The White Hart Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the formal and informal gardens which had been created.
We went back to the car for a change of footwear before heading off along the Cleveland Way south along the coast. This walk is very spectacular and has great views of the countryside, sea and coast line. These cliffs (Hunt Cliff) are some of the highest in Britain and we reached around 100 metres above sea level before descending into Skinningrove and onto Cattersty Beach for a sit on the rocks and ...
... of surface quality. The road was well potholed and had a few drops on either side but after a mile or so we reached a junction with a more major road which was nearly wide enough to have white paint down the middle.
We reached the Abbey safely, dropped off our walking gear and headed off to the main entrance to enjoy a cream tea at the cafe. This was a great treat at the end of our active day.
... The drive into the parkland reminded us of a number of different NT Properties such as Calke and Hardwick with the rolling fields leading to a great view of the property. We arrived slightly early and set off on the short walk to the farm shop; closed on Mondays, and we had a short walk back. Then it was into the gardens to enjoy the plants before the Hall opened at noon. A few minutes into the walk the first of ...
After leaving home at midday we make our way to Hull and P&O ferries terminal.
After leaving the car at Hull we embark and set sail at 6.30. After an evening meal in the restaurant, an evening entertainment on board and finally rocked to bed by gently rock of the waves (we hope !)
Leaving Harrogate at 2pm we made a fairly non eventful drive along the M62 to Hull in the watery spring sunshine.
Due to a ...
... gap. I went to the Cliffords Tower but it was closed for another hour so I walk around the town and stumbled on some Christmas Markets. I explored for a while taking in the amazing old sites of York; there are so many little churches and beautiful old buildings and alot of the streets were cobble stoned...they also looked to small to be two way streets but they seemed to manage somehow. I walked along the Shambles which I didnt know about until a friend told me that morning. but the ...