The Head At Middleton
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... are the tea finger sandwiches which are 1) egg salad and water cress, 2) lox, cucumbers and cream cheese and 3), the upper tier has scones and "clotted cream". I still haven't figured what that is. It looks, smells and tastes like butter; definitely not Parkay! My favorite tier, however is the middle tier with banana bread, raspberry-almond tarts, berry tarts, lemon tarts and orange/white chocolate mouse tarts!
... sounded just the thing. We set off in a cool overcast following the waters of the river Swale into the villages of Muker, and then Gunnerside. We stopped for lunch there, and whilst we waited for our meals, noticed light rain falling from the window. This continues on and off for the remainder of the walk, stopping as we got to Reeth. The walk was an easy ...
... spots of rain along the way to hurry us along. I limped into Thwaite with Katrina at 6 pm. It was raining an hour later as we quietly ate our dinner. Early to bed for me tonight with toxic doses of paracetamol and ibuprofen as prescribed by the doctor. Today's walk took us from Cumbria across the Pennines into Yorkshire. Keld also marks the halfway point of our C2C walk, having cover 90 miles. We have seen pheasants, a grouse, and a pair of greater spotted woodpeckers! ...
... stone circle just out of Orton, and another significant prehistoric site along the way. Lots more sheep and even more droppings to cushion each step! We got into Kirkby Stephen at 3.30pm and quickly found our guest house. Our host showed us to our room, told us to shower then come down to the lounge for freshly baked scones and tea. That has been the highlight of today. ...
... peace with a couple of low fly pasts. I can't say I minded that much! Leaving the Abbey we then walked into Shap for lunch. The cheddar and leek crumbles washed down with ice cold sparkling Elderflower water were very refreshing. After Shap we headed out of town crossing the railway line to Glasgow, and the M6 - not that pretty and an overture to the afternoon. For the next 2 hours we walked around a quarry and ...