Wheyrigg Hall Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... down to Rosthwaite. We arrived to find Dick and Mags in the cafe and had a warm cheese scone and a mug of tea. Delicious. Then back to Keswick on the open-top bus and a quick pint and prosecco before a shower and the pub again. Life's tough! You can catch up with all of our adventures in Pensioner's Life, the cover can been seen in our photos. I hope you're ...
... sincere respect and praise and this is a way of trying to repay some of that kindness. I thank you in advance for your kindness and I hope we can raise as much money as possibly. This is a self-funded trip so I ask you to please try to give generously to this great cause. Just Giving sends your donation straight to the Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity and automatically reclaims Gift Aid if you’re a UK taxpayer, so your ...
We started our walk from Littletown. The church and schoolroom attached was quaint. Our walk was the ascent of Hindsgarth (2400 ft). This was a tricky climb with lots of scrambles. The sun was shining and the ground dry so that made it straight forward. The views were stunning in the bright sunshine as we looked across at our other walks on Cats Bells, Blencathra and High Rigg. It must ...
... high walk up Skelgill Bank Cats Bells,Hiigh Spy and Maiden moor (2000ft). Down to the lake and ferry back. About 12 miles Monday - Judy and I walked around the Lake. About 10 miles, then Cow Pie in the George. Tuesday - walk up High Rigg. Fantastic views of Blencathra, Skiddaw, Thirlmere and Helvelyn across the Vale of St John. Great walk about 6 miles. Beer, pizza , wine and a trip to the cinema - next door but one from our ...
... not stress enough about map reading skills the journey is not well marked, many people get lost on this stretch, we managed 20 miles today, when we arrived at our accommodation in the middle of nowhere, we saw a car in the drive with the number plate MAD, and a women opened the door with a parrot on her shoulder, " the hills have eyes " actually she was the sweetest lady ever, hospitality at its ...