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

    Danby Wiske to Osmotherley

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... and no humidity. Perfect for walking. A lot of the segment was like yesterday; flat, monotonous farm land, slippery overgrown pathways and with a hazardous crossing of the 4 lane A19. The last hour was gently uphill as we began our climb toward the North Yorkshire Moors. We stopped at Mount Grace Priory for an hour, had a look over the ruins, and then ate an ice cream in the ...

    Richmond to Danby Wiske

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 08, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    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 ...

    York, Getting our Medieval On

    A travel blog entry by xtopherc on Jun 28, 2015

    21 photos

    ... amusement ride through a mock-up of that settlement, and museum exhibits of battle scarred Viking carcasses, weapons, gold, etc. The kids moved on to their 'Dig' where they had lots of fun excavating pre-set bones and other prizes from a glorified sandbox. Following our Viking immersion, we walked about Old York and ultimately ended up at York Minster Cathedral. Having been somewhat Cathederaled out at this point, I wasn't anticipating too ...

    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 ...

    A Traveling Day

    A travel blog entry by libraryscout on Jul 28, 2012

    2 photos

    ... damaged by fires (some naturally-occurring and some arson) and other dangers as the Reformation swept the country, at one time its wooden roof was burned off completely. The joints in the vaulted roof were utterly destroyed, of course, and it was thanks to a church-going artist that their decorative covers--bosses-- were eventually replaced. He had taken it on himself previously to sketch all ...