The Kelsey Hotel

Address: Mealsgate, Mealsgate, Cumbria, England, CA7 1JP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Mealsgate, Mealsgate, is near Bowfell and Crinkle Crags.
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Travel Blogs from Mealsgate

Time to meet The Professionals!

A travel blog entry by theresaford on Feb 21, 2015

2 comments, 27 photos

After months of walking all over the place it was time to meet and see if I could keep up with seasoned Macmillan walkers in the Lake District. We walked the Fairfield Horseshoe which is an incredible walk. I had such a good time with lovely people and now can't wait to tackle the Himalayas! Nepal here I come! ...

Thousands of Years Later

A travel blog entry by sam_and_jimmy on Feb 20, 2015

1 comment, 22 photos

This final stop was incredible. Exploring what's left of Hadrian's Wall and the Roman Forts was an amazing experience. It was so easy to imagine what life would have been like in those very buildings. The Roman's sure were a clever lot. They thought of the most amazing things like underfloor heating systems and made the most beautiful pottery and tools. They definitely brought civilization with them when they arrived here. ...

Lake District & Beatrix Potter

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Nov 17, 2014

52 photos

This weekend I crossed an item off my bucket list that has been there for quite a while - to visit the Lake District and more specifically Beatrix Potter's house.

I love the Beatrix potter stories, I have the tv show and movie on DVD. The sweeping landscape views in both sets have inspired me immensely to visit the area. There are two train stations accessible in the district from London, I chose to arrive at Windermere, one ofthe ...

Day 8: Keld to Reeth. Mon 18/9/14. 18km.

A travel blog entry by emerys on Sep 09, 2014

6 photos

... beautiful ravine where the Swinner Gill ran. There was a fair bit of climbing and a steep drop on our right that made one careful, until at the head of the ravine we saw the ruins of the Swinner Gill Mine, where we took a breather and marvelled at the buildings in what seemed like the middle of nowhere. We pressed on east along the East Grain and Gunnerside Moor until we entered another narrow and steep ravine running north and south. This had been carved by Gunnerside ...

A Poet's Inspiration

A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 28, 2014

11 photos

... the little village we immediately started exploring. Adorable little shops and cafe's set the foreground for the rolling mountains and misty trees behind them. Bright flowers lined the streets, bridges crossed over little rivers, and sheep wandered in the open fields. No wonder Wordsworth, the famous poet who grew up in this town, found so much inspiration in nature. Two of my friends and I started by sitting down for coffee in a little cafe on the ...