Rutland Arms Hotel Bakewell
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... weigh them excessive amounts of time 'just to be sure') 'you really don't need this many pairs of shoes!'.
This will be the last post I make whilst in the comfort of my own home. Next stop Birmingham!
Will update soon,
... a couple of houses, and a large tourist centre. We had lunch at the nice little cafe there. We explored the visitor centre to see what walks we could do. We didn't have a lot of time left in the day so we drove up the road a bit to Dovedale. Here we walked along a track to the stepping stones which are limestone rocks laid out over the Dove river. They have been there for over 100 ...
... of cups of tea...) but am very apprehensive about leaving home for 3 months. Those of you who know me well will know I am very much a home bird and have been known to contact my parents several times on a short trip to Matlock...Anyway I suppose I shall have to be very brave! For those of you who will see my parents in these 3 months make sure you give them a big hug for me, I think they will need the ...
... car park some distance from the centre of Bakewell but a park is a park. Off we headed to town via the market square, jumping over puddles, to where various stalls were set up. The housing, like most towns in England are picture postcard images. Of course being in Bakewell we thought we should have some Bakewell tart. We found a nice ...
... with the same nostalgic chrome and external specifications as the popular 1960s bike but it has a new engine, suspension and safety features. It's also Triumph's 110th anniversary bike adorned with silver and green livery with the Triumph crest on the sides. Only 1000 of these bikes have been built and it's one of only 75 in the UK, numbered 614 on an engraved plate between the handlebars. Naturally I couldn't resist a ride ...