Talbot House

Address: 27 High Street, Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, England, HG3 5AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 27 High Street, Pateley Bridge, is near Brimham Rocks and Moor and Goonhilly Downs National Nature Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Pateley Bridge

    Making the most of the sunshine

    A travel blog entry by thegrundyreids on Apr 08, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... was a family trip to the viking city of York. We took advantage of the excellent Park and Ride arrangements and arrived very effortlessly at foot of the Castle - attractively round and very cosy (according to my mum!). The views of the city from the top were fantastic. Then we were off to the Jorvik Viking Centre. The 40 min queue proved very worthwhile as you are treated to a feast of information delivered in a really entertaining and interesting way. Just like the ...

    Yorkminster Day Trip

    A travel blog entry by runhippierun on Mar 30, 2015

    7 photos

    ... of the greatest draws to Yorkminster is the collection of original stained glass. There are 128 different stained glass windows containing as much as 2 million individual pieces. Sitting over the gilded main doors, there is the heart of Yorkminster, a collection of stained glass windows in the West of the Minster and the crown of the collection, The East Window, contains the oldest and most original glass in all of England. The East window was down ...

    Boxing Day

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Dec 26, 2012

    11 photos

    Today is Boxing Day, a holiday for most people in Great Britain. In previous centuries, it was the day that the gentry gave servants and tradespeople presents, money and sometimes parcels of food (leftover from the Christmas feast) and the servants got the day off to go see family (since they never got Christmas Day off !). They boxed up everything to take to their families and that's how the holiday came about. I understand that now it is a busy ...

    Birthdays - Two of Them

    A travel blog entry by dlpool on Jul 15, 2011

    4 comments, 17 photos

    ... surrounding the church and wandered around inspecting the dates and names. There was one for a lady who died at 120 years of age. Really? The church history records declare it so. The interior features a magnificent stained glass window and pipe organ. The old church fell into decay and was abandoned; the present church was built in 1827 and the original bell sits in the foyer.

    We wandered over to the Nidderdale Museum but found it didn’t ...

    York

    A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort on Jan 04, 2011

    30 photos

    ... we pass a travel agent selling package tours for Prince William and Kate's wedding - now we have seen it all. York is gorgeous town and a place we have been both here before. We saw the York Minster and the Shambles and just walked around the streets. We stocked up on OJ, panadol, nurofen as we both need them now. We bought some juice, fruit cup, ham, cheese and bread for dinner and then went home about 4pm. Its rather depressing how little daylight ...