Travelodge Scotch Corner A1 Southbound
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Travelodge Scotch Corner is designed to appeal to budget-conscious travelers, pet lovers, and road trippers. Its rooms are simple but affordable compared to others in North Yorkshire.
Its pet friendly policy means furry family members need never be left behind. Dog friendly accommodations are hard to find, but hotel employees make Fido feel at home.
The Travelodge's location, halfway between North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales, makes it ideal for a vacation pit stop ? not that this premier location doesn't have its own merits. Ross Beach and St. Cuthbert's Way are both only a little over four miles from the Travelodge.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Scotch Corner A1 Southbound
The rooms at the Travelodge Scotch Corner are nothing special, however the hotel is a five minute walk from a nearby country pub which did great food and beer. Being located midway between the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales is a reall advantage as is the very reasonable price, especially compared to the tourist accommodation available in the area. Recommended.
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... the toll was 1/2 d for a foot passenger and up to 2 shillings for a 6 horse carriage. A delightful small village with local boutique shops We then travelled half way to Oxford and called at a house and gardens near Worcester The house burnt down in 1937 just leaving a shell but the gardens especially the fountains are quite amazing With the sun now out we sat on a bench ...
... 10 officers and men from the Royal Observer Corps who were supported by over 60 volunteers who lived in the surrounding area and their role was to race to the bunker within four minutes of an alarm being raised and then spend the next month monitoring and reporting on any nuclear detonations throughout England to measure the spread of nuclear fallout. At the end of the Cold War the station was closed down. During the tour we were shown ...
... Manor House called Moreton Corbet castle....no entrance guards or parking wardens here - just a free entry. This must have been quite a house in its time, but left to ruin when the owner Robert Corbet died of the plague !! Next stop was Haughmond Abbey, monastic ruins - a sleepy little place with two wardens who happily accepted and bleeped our cards, much to our relief, as the £4.20 per adult entrance fee seems quite excessive ! Even on a band holiday this place was ...
... us the chance to meet a couple of locals who were very friendly and welcoming to us Aussies visiting their village and gave us some tips on what else we should do in the area.
Ohh, and we also managed to do 4 quick, but fun, geocaches hidden around the town on our walk.
We are all thinking 5 nights will not be enough to do this area justice so we will have to try and do as much as we can over the next couple of ...
... traffic lights to control the traffic, but it was possibly the best room we had stayed in. Anyway it was in close proximity to a few market towns including Barnard Castle, Richmond and Bedale. We just wandered around these old towns, I think we are a bit over sight seeing. I know MDW has been homesick, missing our wonderful grandsons and sons. We had planned two days in the area but left early for ...