Travelodge Scotch Corner A1 Southbound
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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... have improved dramatically. Much of the way has been along paved paths, built we learnt with the flag stones from demolished cotton mills. Today's path was wide and sandy, joining the old dismantled Rosedale railway all the way to Blakey Ridge. There were loads of people on it. A community marathon had sweaty tattooed creatures passing us regularly, then there were the cyclists, other trekkers, weekend walkers and even a couple of trail bikes competing for the ...
... We began our walk into the Cleveland Hills of the North Yorkshire Moors. The weather was low 20's and fine, another perfect walking day. We started climbing as soon as we left Osmotherley, reaching Scarth Wood Moor in quick time in the company of a Yorkshire couple walking their dog. At the first summit of the day they helpfully pointed out all the landmarks in front of us. Most prominent in the distance ...
... 30 min climb up through a wood and we arrived at the delightful village of Osmotherley. During the climb we looked back admiring the view. The visibility was exceptional across almost 180 degrees. We could see the flat grounds of the Vale of Mowbray immediately below, the distant Pennines beyond, and towards the horizon a couple of high peaks from the Lakelands. We walked across all of ...
Day 12 completed. Only 5 more to go. Wainwright in his book was not very flattering of this stage of the walk. It was a bit of a trudge in parts. No sooner had we left Richmond it started raining, steady and moderately heavy, lasting the whole morning. A couple of older gents from Reading caught us up while we were putting on our jackets so we stuck together and soldiered on. We talked English history, the art of dry ...
... weather has been all over the place. It rained on and off through the day; nothing too heavy but enough to require waterproofs. The showers stopped as abruptly as they started, only to be followed by sticky bouts of sunshine. Waterproofs off, waterproofs on, waterproofs off etc, etc! It was a bit of a pain. The countryside continued to impress with its beautiful greens, made all the better by the dramatic grey skies. Richmond is the largest town along the coast ...