The Cumberland Hotel
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Lattendales Guest house is just as we remember it from staying here 25 years ago - we booked it out of nostalgia but it's still an excellent B&B with Doreen and Mike being great hosts. It would have been rude not to have the full English breakfast which set us up for the day inc fried bread and Cumberland sausage! We decided to try and make a local church service and the little Methodist service within the shared church hall (with the Anglicans) at 9.30 was ...
... headline on a news stand. While I hate the thought of nuclear power, I wonder if the locals are happy for the upgrade given that any injection of funds into industry may in some way save their town which truly needs all the help it can get. As an aside as I write this blog, a gorgeous baby deer has run onto the lawn and is happily munching on the soft green grass just outside our living room window. We have seen quite a few deer on ...
... Beach in the Whitsundays. Alas, this image was completely shattered when we arrived at the Cumbrian Whitehaven. It is in a depressed state in the harbour area despite an injection of funds from the European Commission. Sleek new marina facilities have been built but sadly there are few yachts moored there and the harbour is polluted and unsightly. The main part of the town is dilapidated with many shops empty and the car free centre dirty and with a ...
... farm track. We drove all the way out to the coast at Whitehaven where we stopped for coffee. An uninspiring remote town but authentic and the coffee shop pleasant enough. Further south we stopped at Ravenglass where a rather toy like steam train goes 40 mins into the mountains. And had a walk along the street of the town to the estuary. Pretty floral ...
Flew to Liverpool and picked up rental car to drive north. No shuttle to car rental so good it wasn't raining as it is a bit of a walk. Arrived Keswick late afternoon and checked into the comfortable Beckside B and B. Raining for our evening walk for a meal but had umbrellas. Are at very nice Packhorse ...
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