Wheyrigg Hall Hotel

Address: Wigton, Cumbria, England, CA7 0DH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in Wigton, is near Bowfell and Crinkle Crags.
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      Travel Blogs from Wigton

      Lake District & Beatrix Potter

      A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Nov 17, 2014

      52 photos

      ... a little in from the lake, but is considered the major village near each port.

      I arrived via train to Windermere, took the bus to Bowness-on-Windermere, walked around for a bit before taking the ferry up to Waterhead. I decided to sit top deck to get the best views and consequently froze all the way up haha. My hostel is at Waterhead and is right on the water front. My room has the most amazing views over the lake.

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      Caerlaverock Castle - Maxwell House!

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... the previous castle built 200 metres away,) and enlarged in 1635, it was sacked by Protestants in the later 1600s and left to rot. Almost no-one else there, a very informative ticket seller to fill in the history, we had a great time. Brilliant sunny day too. We were so lucky. We also looked at the foundations of the first castle.

      Then drove back along the shore of Solway Firth to another farm camp. Distant echoes of fireworks, this being Guy Fawkes ...

      Over the Hill

      A travel blog entry by cpb18 on Oct 22, 2014

      5 photos

      ... powerful. Thoughts were crossing my mind now, would I be the only fool to walk this far in this wind? And if so, what would happen if I sprained my ankle now? How would I get back down? Would anyone even hear my whistle in this wind if I needed to use it? I put all of that firmly behind me, it couldn't be far to the summit and I wasn't coming all this way to not get there. Then a different shape emerged slowly from the swirling mists, I had finally made it. I ...

      A Poet's Inspiration

      A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... planning for lunch. All the places in town were cafe's or bistro's, mostly serving finger food and pastries. Walking the entire town took less than 20 minutes, but amazed me with every corner. Shops selling home-made goods were in-between the cafe's, gardens were in-between them, and cobblestone pathways along the way led to nature trails. We reached the main road and followed it for a while, coming upon a red telephone booth with the most amazing ...

      Swallows and Horses

      A travel blog entry by veromarcos on Aug 31, 2011

      31 photos

      ... one of my blisters had pumped up again to an enormous size.

      I forgot to mention yesterday that I did not pack the essential sowing kit with a needle. So blister popping was not easy.

      The only "tool" I had was a swiss (well Chinese) army knife. And the screw bottle opener did the trick! Safdly not a "Chateux Pape de neuf"...

      I just did a short stop at Mile 60 for a rest and continue as I write. Hoping to stop half way at a nice pub for lunch.

      I just passed ...