The Izaak Walton Hotel

Address: Derbyshire Peaks, Dovedale, Derbyshire, England, DE6 2AY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Derbyshire Peaks, Dovedale, is near Alton Towers and Kinder Scout.
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Travel Blogs from Dovedale

The big trip

A travel blog entry by chrismorgan on Aug 11, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

So a few months ago me and my girlfriend Olivia were having a chat about the future. And in my typical fashion of avoiding adulthood and responsibilities I throw in "have you ever wanted to travel?" Anyway, to cut a long story short, here we are a few months later facing the adventure of a lifetime. To be fair it wasn't that simple. Once we decided we wanted to go, we thought the best thing to do was go to STA and find out what we needed to do. We turned up like a couple ...

Day 5 - Manchester & Nantwich

A travel blog entry by laurapopoff on Aug 04, 2015

5 photos

... Checked into the Railway Hotel. Had a beer, then off to Morrison's to get a few groceries. We went out to supper to an Italian restaurant. (Romazzino) The food was very good but Murray & I were so tired .... We could hardly finish with out falling asleep in our food. I had a great Leek & Zucchinni soup. We left early & went back to the hotel to go to bed. Boat ...

Day 2 York to Nottingham

A travel blog entry by lee.anderson on Jul 30, 2015

12 photos

... where I bought some better gloves to absorb some of the vibrations that give you sore hands on these long journeys. I've seen a lot of bike shops in fairly remote areas, this one is new and thanks to the sports growth in popularity in recent years, I don't think I'll ever be far from a good bike shop on this journey. Prior to Misterton, I think I was in the west riding of Yorkshire, it was very flat and I think I cycled the longest straight road I've ever been on, about 7 ...

Day Thirty Seven (25.9 miles...cum 695.94)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Jul 21, 2014

8 photos

... using GPS and need a grid reference. By various deductions, we worked out that we had come too far west. So we headed we east and then had one of those classic encounters with two locals. When asked where the Pennine Way was, one pointed up, one pointed down! So we stuck to our own bearing, crossed the M62 on a farm bridge and two miles later were back on course. (Looking later it appears we followed the Rochdale Way, that itself was not signed, but hence ...

Thunder, thunder, thunder-ho!

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jul 27, 2013

4 photos

... down, not really sleeping till near the end, listening to the rain belt down and wondering whether my tent would hold out. I could hear occasional drips, but had defunct magazines to soak up any excess and was fairly unruffled. Lap 3. The rain abated, and I thought for a moment of taking my cap off. Maybe for 5 minutes, in fact, i considered it, but the rain started again. By god, torrential once more. Frankly, the waiting was worse than the reality, and I set off in the ...