The Coniston Hotel & Country Estate
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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It looks like there is a change in the weather coming, so it must be time to pack up and go home.
We needed to take Barbara for a doctor's appointment and to run some errands, including a stop at Weegmann's for Paul's last pork pie of this trip, and then we brought Barbara back home and made lunch - including the pork pies all around.
Today we parked on the other side of ...
... was so badly scratched or fogged I didn't get very good photos.
We flew over the other Channel islands and along the French coastline before we got to Southampton. We had another 30 minute layover here, but because we were coming into the UK from a non-EU country, we had to disembark with our luggage, go through security again, and reboard the same plane - the same seats in fact! The Flybe flight attendants and ground crew were ...
I had my cataract removed two weeks ago so that's both of them gone now just waiting for check up and new specs because it has changed my vision before we book passage we are thinking of avoiding Calais with all the problems there, probably go to Roscoff further west sailing from Southhampton. Our friends Pete and Moira who motor home are going to give us tips on a route suz is busy reading up about France she is the French speaking half of this duo that + phrase book should be ...
Sometimes you just get a good run of luck and stumble across community events and arriving in Hawes on Saturday morning it was obvious something was about to happen. The pipers were warming up in the carpark and there was the sound of a brass band drifting up from the main street. A bit of music makes the world go round! Then a round of cheese tasting at Wensleydale Cheese made for a very pleasant little visit to Hawes where the River Ure runs through town.
... 8211; since 2012 and is rapidly growing in popularity, making it the largest one-day strongman event in the world. I wasn’t disappointed. What might seem, to some people, a load of big fellas shifting big things is actually a sport of huge discipline, dedication and hard work. The 8,000-strong crowd was in awe at the sheer strength, agility and determination of the competitors and, although I’m biased, it’s unbelievable ...