The Royal Hotel
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... Priory. What an amazing place! It's a magnificent building with lots of history. There are many displays to look at providing information about the history of the priory and St. Bees itself.
When we arrived back at our B&B, Janet had washed our laundry and made a batch of scones. So once again we found ourselves sitting in the sunshine in the garden, but this time enjoying devonshire ...
... Pimms out in the garden.
She also booked us in for dinner at one of the local establishments - The Manor - to make sure we got a spot.
Dinner was magnificent, and it was very fortunate Janet booked us a table as the place was full with several people being turned ...
... Great food. Day 1 was massive but wonderful. After the traditional dipping if the boot & collecting a rock to carry to Robyn Hoods Bay, the first part took us up and around St Bees coastline. Fab weather, crisp breezes, & spectacular scenery. We spent way too long stopping for photos in ...
... our day. We joined in on a tour of the castle which was really interesting. There was some beautiful artwork in here and some very inspiring room layouts for our dream home! I really liked this castle. After looking around the grounds which had walled gardens and deer we drove to the Galloway forest. We parked up in a quiet spot alongside the Raiders Road and went for ...
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