The Buck Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... the formal and informal gardens which had been created.
We went back to the car for a change of footwear before heading off along the Cleveland Way south along the coast. This walk is very spectacular and has great views of the countryside, sea and coast line. These cliffs (Hunt Cliff) are some of the highest in Britain and we reached around 100 metres above sea level before descending into Skinningrove and onto Cattersty Beach for a sit on the rocks and ...
... of surface quality. The road was well potholed and had a few drops on either side but after a mile or so we reached a junction with a more major road which was nearly wide enough to have white paint down the middle.
We reached the Abbey safely, dropped off our walking gear and headed off to the main entrance to enjoy a cream tea at the cafe. This was a great treat at the end of our active day.
The weather today was supposed to be reasonable so, after a walk in the grounds of the Abbey, we set off in sunshine for a couple of visits to National Trust properties near York. The Abbey has opened a new orc************ on the other side of the river to the Hall and this is a grab meadow to wander through as well as giving great views of the Hall itself.
The fist stop was Beningbrough Hall just north of ...
... bank in the trees so we settled in for a while enjoying the different birds which are encouraged to feed on the nuts and fat balls set out for them.
Then it was a visit to the visitors' centre at the top of the hill before heading back to base for our dinner. Ruth had put some potatoes in the oven to bake whilst we were out and the apartment greeted us with the smell of baked potatoes when we got back; ...
... Dales. Here it was much more industrial scale farming, huge sheds and indoor barns for cattle, big tractors and large areas of arable land as well. Pollution caused by combination of still warm air, vehicle pollution from the Europe and sand from the Sahara. Went past RAF Flyingdales. An operational eyesore in the middle of the national park, all in the name of Balististic Missile Defence.Took us a while to get to Whitby but enjoyed a nice walk around in a traditional seaside resort, ...