The Morritt Country House Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... After the tour we had a light lunch at the cafe then drove onto Durham. The A1 was diverted at Berwick on Tweed via the A682 to where it joined the A1 just before Newcastle. Very nice farming areas with lots of hay making and sheep. Found the accommodation but no meals Sunday so had to walk 10 mins to a hotel. On coming back to the inn we had a great conversation with people in the ...
... with that urge to see new things, experience new worlds, “suck all the marrow out of life,” that I feel truly at home. It’s a strange addiction, and I’m not suggesting that it is better or worse than living a settled life. I come from an amazing home with family and friends who are very dear to me. However, in my time on this earth, I’ve learned to appreciate that one can have both roots and wings. And that nothing makes me ...
... the countryside? The third thing I found strange was the lack of animals wanting to kill you. We trudged through quite long grass, and I had to keep telling myself that there would be no snakes lurking in it. I had to worry more about standing in a warm and wet cow pat than death by a poisonous bite. It would be wonderful to do a walk like that though. The hills in England can get quite high, something I never really realised. It would be quite ...
... grounds but had to be happy with views to the house across the lake. Back in the car and off to Darlington to visit mt cousins. We stopped in to see Ethel who is 91 and fit and well, living independently. She is very proud of her achievements, a wonderfully tight family with many visitors dropping in or calling on the phone. She still travels to Tennerife annually for a Winter ...
... if it hadn't been hazy on the horizon. So we had a magic walk, up on these heights, and a very well kept and distinct track. The C2C now goes along with the Cleveland Way, which is a designated route, and we follow those signs till almost the end of tomorrow. Easy - almost Camino-like! There was the odd sheep up there but mostly heather - which still has a hint of purple, but mostly gone brown. We saw lots of grouse, and maybe pheasants. We were taken up and over about 5 high ...