Thurnham Hall

Thurnham, Lancashire, England, LA2 0DT, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Thurnham

Sunshine and fresh air!

A travel blog entry by sarah49

5

... us!

Having walked back down to the car, we were all desperate for a wee so we headed to Grange duck pond to use the facilities (at an outrageous 20p each). I hasten to add, we used the public conveniences there not the pond!

Next we headed off to Silverdale (the long way!) for tea and cake at Hazelwood Farm ngs. Bit of a disappointment that the cakes were a little dry and the lady serving them was a tad menopausal but we battled through.

The ...

Part 9. Devon to Wales and then Yorkshire

A travel blog entry by gedowling

3
31

... find them. First up, The Montgomery Canal. A famous canal that was built to connect two existing canal systems in the days when canals were the highways that enabled heavy loads to be transported across the country long before the days of the railway - Centuries earlier! Unfortunately with the advent of rail and a modern road system these canals gradually fell into disrepair through lack of upkeep etc and just got silted up, overgrown with trees and weeds.Now thanks to a ...

Lakeside

A travel blog entry by rockdoctor

9

Took a 'steamer' to Lakeside and visited the Car Musuem. The Museum has some interesting cars, but nothing that cannot be seen elsewhere. The collection of motor cycles, however, is exceptional. Best feature of the museum is the Campbell display. Malcolm Campbell's Bluebird and K4 boat are on display as well as a rebuilt K7, which is the boat that Donald Campbell died in while trying to break the 300mph water speed record. Weather was ...

I Will Survive

A travel blog entry by travelindan

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5

... I knew the possibilities of what could be crawling underneath me. I kept having nightmares of all sorts of weird possible beings in the woods and waking up grabbing for something. LOL! I made it a point to not take my headphones out of my ears, because every time I did, there was something crawling through the woods in the distance. I knew it would do me no good knowing or worrying. Nothing short of bear was getting my ass out of that hammock.


I actually just remembered ...

Winderemere

A travel blog entry by rockdoctor

Took drive around the lake used Ferry to return. Roads very bumpy reminiscent of Yorkshire. Beautiful homes - obviously expensive - large with horse paddocks tennis courts etc. Tourist make-up her v.diferent to Dales - more young couples with small ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in Thurnham, is near Lancaster Castle, Williamson Park, Williams Park, and Cottage Museum.
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