Wortley House Hotel
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Mum, dad and I left the house at 12.30 - Heathrow bound! Was feeling pretty anxious but mostly excited to begin my trip! After checking in we sat and had some nibbles and wine at callucios - the wine definitely helped to calm my nerves!! Was so nervous marching through security I tried to get by with my phone in pocket .. ...
... but they have their own charm. We then visited York Minster, only a little time in the Undercroft seeing the Roman fort found underneath the Minster. Then on to a guided tour with a lady who specialised in the stained glass windows. The volunteer guides all have their own area of interest. Then we climbed to the top of the central tower, 273 steps in winding narrow staircase. Well actually there are 2 staircases and walk along the top of the tracept. Finally the top and ...
If you are visiting the North of England and specifically Yorkshire, then no trip is complete without a visit to the beautiful town of Doncaster.
There is something for everyone in Doncaster, from a bustling shopping centre to a museum and art gallery and even a racecourse.
The town’s Frenchgate shopping centre houses over 120 different stores including large chain shops and unique independent stores so you’ll be ...
We're on serious countdown now with Gemma and I both finishing work today. Feeling the pressure to be ready for September, but I'm sure it'll all work out. I had a lovely day yesterday with mum in leeds. After a last minute dash to the florists to make final arrangements and confirm what we wanted, I hop footed it to catch the 10:43 train to make sure I was at my makeup lesson in Harvey Nics on time. Luckily I made it with time to spare which was spent shopping for last minute ...
... sat in his back garden enjoying the sun.
Decided to head to York after this, but the stupid satnav tried to take us on motorways via Leeds instead of ordinary roads in a more direct route. In the future we shall have to remember to programme in a smaller town in the direction we want to head, to try and outsmart it. Called into the supermarket at Tadcaster and then headed to a camp, Moor End Farm, at Acaster Malbis. The satnav managed to ignore ...