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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews The Traddock Settle
Travel Blogs from Settle
... still and everything in between. However if I were to look at record of how many days the sun was out this summer for an extended period, those days were few and far between. This past weekend we were fortunate to have at least one sunny day. I had finished early so I took the recommendation of some of the guys in the kitchen and took a short hike up Orrest Head, a not too long climb to a summit offering a ...
... to the coast and all the peaks of the past two days as well as the Yorkshire Dales we are heading for. Instead we hightailed it down to the edge of Ullswater (Pooley Bridge that Cathy mentioned) ahead of a two hour walk beside the lake to the dam wall (it is the water supply for Manchester) and then another 2 hours to our hotel in Shap. It was a long day, but the last of the big hills, now onto ...
... in. That gave Charlotte, Piglet and Beaver enough energy to play Wii Sing! Taylah and Toby had already done a good job of the proclaimer a 500 miles so Piglet and Beaver screeched like banshees in their rendition of several classics, Charlotte joined in to help keep us in tune and everyone else closed the door and went outside. Deciding it was time to call it a night, Mummy Moll and Beaver bid farewell and went back for their final night of purring at the ...
... was lucky as she came face to face with a double decker coach hailing round a bend. She slammed the yankers on and they all saw their lives flash before them. Phew! Carrying on they finally got to Tarn How's after much oohing and ahhhing at the stunning scenery. Parking was the next challenge, the car park was full and full of chaos. Instead of driving around indefinitely Beaver stalked people who were looking like they were about to leave. Patience paid off ...
... a Perspex or laser light clear roof and literally fell through it! I was with Samantha only 5 metres away as we had just bought a treat at a stall just under the covered area of the high corn mill. The noise was so loud it made me turn my head in an instant. I witnessed this woman fall 15 foot head first toward the concrete pavers below and land on a cast iron two seater table on her lower back and bent it at right angles, then hit the ground with a thud. Seriously, I thought she ...