The Station Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Sheffield for lunch at the Meadowleigh Centre. After a leisurely lunch wandered around Sheffield checking out the local shops and historical buildings. Then back to Tankersley Manor where we were joined for a few drinks by Vikki Van Beck and spent the afternoon catching up on the Boxer scene in UK. Time then to go clean up for ...
So I've gone and done the most bizarre, yet exciting thing! I've booked a three and a half week cross country trip to America. Many of friends and family know I have wanted to visit America for a long time but it just hasn't worked out for one reason or another, so I decided to take the initiative and go it alone! Brave or Stupid? The jury is still out on that! (with the amount of Law and Order ...
... Commercial Manager for his favorite football club which incidentally in only 3 mins walk away. He secured tickets for us all plus a few extras in the family area to see the Good Friday match between Forest and Wolves. So we donned supporters gear and headed off to the match with the other 27,000 supporters! Quite an experience - although "we" lost 2-1 unfortunately. "Come on you REDS!"
Friends Rob and Sarah joined ...
... as the windmill worked away making nutritious organic peanut oil, so we went in. It was really fascinating watched it work, and the noise of the gears clunking and the smell of burning wood made it a very atmospheric place. The guy had a big pile of peanuts and he was feeding them onto the grinder wheel. We went upstairs to have a closer look at the workings, up here you could really smell the burning wood smell and the gears were smoking, we had a wander outside ...
... the tastefully decorated rooms.
The view from our lounge window is of Blore Church and we have our own little garden where we can feed the birds and watch the variety of visitors to the table.The hall itself is steeped in history and the log fires were welcome on the damp foggy days of December. We enjoyed two bond holder suppers and good company of fellow guests in the medieval hall with suits of armour and stags heads decorating its walls.