Melbreak Country House Hotel

Address: Winscales Rd, Great Clifton, Workington, Cumbria, England, CA14 1XS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Winscales Rd, Great Clifton, Workington.
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    Travel Blogs from Workington

    First day! St Bees to Ennerdale Bridge.

    A travel blog entry by jocelynroles on Sep 12, 2015

    15 comments, 23 photos

    ... and at least I got to use it! Tomorrow is supposed to be better.
    One very nice thing is the camaraderie amongst the walkers. We've met lots of little groups and one large group from Brisbane of all places. When we cross paths, there's a lot of chatting about the journey, and then we've just now met a few in the pub and had another chat.
    Anyway, must rest up now for Day 2, another big day. ...

    The last walk is no walk.

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 01, 2015

    16 photos

    ... Carlisle tourist shots from around and in the museum. Considering the history of Carlisle and how many times it has been laid under siege from either side of the border I thought the street names were an interesting each way bet. The 'no treating' sign was a common one pre and post war and it was illegal to buy friends drinks in the pubs. It was a measure to discourage drinking in what was a very hard drinking town. Their pubs here are ...

    End of HWP and 2 quiz Q's. Could it get any better

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Aug 31, 2015

    24 photos

    ... It did again.
    And then a 6 km dead straight road section. As far as I could see and arrow straight. Not because it follows the Wall, or ditch or vallum but because it follows a dyke built to keep out the flood waters. The only interest was in the natural hazards sign. Floods, winds and quick sand. Sounds interesting but sure wasn't!
    Have a look at the 2 sign shots. Can you spot the difference? And I don't mean the clouds have moved ...


    A travel blog entry by galin1961 on Aug 24, 2015

    17 photos

    ... s church at Wythop, it was a little difficult to find, but truly lovely and well worth it. We then drove to Workington where Chris grandmother Wheezy used to live, after that we drove to Whitecliff where we walked along the seafront. Both towns were a little underwhelming and quite obviously working class with row upon row of joined housing. On the way home we stopped of at the lake and had a drink in the ...

    Day 10 of our British Adventure

    A travel blog entry by robinlapham on Aug 03, 2015

    6 photos

    Today was a day of outdoor and fresh air adventure. Dad and I struck out on a 4 and 1/2 mile trek to a waterfall in the mountains. It was really windy today and a bit chilly but that didn't stop us. It was quite an adventure and let's just say we spent a short amount of time on our hands and knees but we made the entire trip in tact! We had a nice lunch and caught the ...