Rushpool Hall Hotel
Travel Blogs from Saltburn-by-the-Sea
... was delicious! You even had the option of making a chip sandwich which is buttered bread with chips in it, didn't try that one :P
It had only been a couple of hours without seeing anything related to Harry Potter so obviously we had to change this and thank goodness because we got to see Goathland Station, or more commonly recognized as Hogsmeade Station where the first years get off the train...love it!That was our ...
... will be leaping through my chest to make their escape. It's scary exciting, I'm nervously giddy. I can't wait to wander down Beale Street and along Music Row, to see world famous artists and total unknowns, to sip cocktails and drive through dry counties. I know millions of people travel every day and a couple of weeks in America for them is no big deal but for me.....despite all the bravado, tenacity and confidence I can put on in the boardroom......it's ...
... settings so she grouped them up and commissioned a craftsman to make rooms one eight scale. Each room is enclosed in a glass case and looks likes a room from a dolls house. But she also has a greenhouse and a collection of outhouses. The room that intrigues us most is the 1950s sitting room as we guess these items were not historical when she collected them. We wonder if they represent her ideal lounge? We conclude our visit with a quick tour of the garden. It is still cold and ...
... storage cupboard to investigate further - he assumes the screws must be on the back. Wrong! And now the 240v is buggered too. Light...I can manage without. Heat...no way!
Ian disappears, black box under arm. Campsite owner says he can use his workshop and tools. Ian drills out the rivets and fixes the 240v supply. He also works out why our leisure battery doesn't work. Something we have paid Wokingham Caravans to fix twice and they have ...
... loo paper? The mind boggles! Tent pitched, we set up the halogen oven outside in the warm sunshine. Lunch today is roast chicken, roast potatoes and veg. Just what Sundays are made for :-) After a late lunch, we pop into the nearby town of Kirkbymoor to buy some loo rolls. I buy a four roll pack and place one of them in the loo on our return. I really can't be bothered to keep carrying it over there. We will just have to hope Miss Use does not dispose of it in our ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking