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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Following our night in a little hobbit hut in Musselburgh, Bruce not feeling too great, full of the cold. Very cold ride down the A1, wind gusting from the sea, blowing our little bikes about a bit and sky spitting hailstones at us from time to time just to keep concentration levels up. Decided to rest up in the warm and convenient travel lodge at …
... the Waltons are likely to have attended was originally called Knaresborough Rural Grammar School, then it became Knaresborough Modern Grammar School and now it is called King James Grammar School. Next year, the school will celebrate, wait for it ..... 400 years!!!!!! I didn't get to even see the school - next time :-) The story goes that King James Grammar wanted to acquire the Knaresborough cricket club grounds, which ...
... Gallons Steps down to the Waterside where the Castle Mills building still sits right on the riverside. I escaped from the rain again when I found the river and had a cuppa at the Marigold Cafe - such a lovely view of the river, viaduct and the Castle Mills! Dry and watered again, I walked along to the Castle Mills and saw the complex - it has been upgraded to lovely (expensive) accommodation - about 20 homes I think. All private property, so I didn't go in. Then I headed for ...
... met me and let me use their office for the day to mosey through the archives Dominic had searched out - it was incredible!! He had photocopied some things for me and then showed me the two special books, one from John Walton with a record of debts owed to him and money he owed. The second book is a will of Christopher Walton and then details of how his will was enacted by the Executors of the Will, his brother John Walton and his brother in law William Robinson.
... Museum is closed for the winter! That is gutting!!! How dare they close my access to family information just because it's only light for 5 hours a day!!!
In my despondent mood, I wandered into the Tourist Office and Rachel, the darling volunteer there, had a book on Knaresborough that mentioned the Walton's Castle Mill and she said I could borrow the book!! :-) She also pointed me to the bookshop, where I bought my own copy, along ...