Valleydene

High Street, Yetholm, Borders, Scotland, TD5 8PH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on High Street, Yetholm.
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Travel Blogs from Yetholm

Polly's Adventures in Northumberland and York day

A travel blog entry by pollys.progress on Aug 08, 2014

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... They look so funny when they pop their heads up out of the sea. We did see puffins although again we are at the end of their season and a lot of them had left the Islands. I never knew they could fly so fast, they are really tiny and fly low above the sea. There were so many birds flying to and from the islands. It was like spaghetti junction, they all knew where they ...

Polly's Adventures York and Northumberland day 4

A travel blog entry by pollys.progress on Aug 07, 2014

7 photos

We decided to take the local bus to Bamburgh Castle today. Hair raising is an understatement, the bus driver threw the bus around the smallest side streets, beware any drivers coming the other way or little old ladies waiting to cross the road. We eventually arrived in one piece and £9.50 poorer. Bamburgh Castle is very impressive from the outside, it dominates the ...

Day 42 - Kate and John arrive on Keith's birthday

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 31, 2010

13 comments, 8 photos

... dinner. Awaiting us over the next two days are about 50 kms. of some of the highest hills in Britain and a vertical climb of about 1 mile (1.6 kms). It is with some trepidation we think of these statistics and certainly Debby pondered them at 1 am this morning. Still we take comfort from the knowledge that we have been walking for six weeks and have walked over 870 kms so far. We are determined the Pennine Way, will not beat ...

Day 41 - Bloody great eggs, bloody big hills

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 30, 2010

6 comments, 7 photos

... tributary running through the Teviot into the mightly Tweed.



Within minutes we were on the first hill and ascending rapidly, leg muscles from the buttocks to the balls of the feet sang out that they were feeling it but that they were up to the effort. Lungs gasped at first for air and thensettled into a higher routine and so we went up the first 200 mtr incline. How rewarding it became to rise up and see the broader panoply of ...

The Pennine Way V: Alston to Kirk Yetholm

A travel blog entry by joelandfi on Jun 18, 2010

23 photos

... border, descended to the old gypsy town of Kirk Yetholm, and claimed our free half-pint at the Border Inn. That night we had a final dinner with the PW walkers who had been on more or less the same schedule as us, and whom we'd been seeing since Standedge.

Then, with the Pennine Way finished, the two of us headed off for a much-needed week's rest break with friends and family down in ...

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