Wortley House Hotel
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to let us in, and he said I could take pictures after Harold had explained his sister lived in this house and they had built it. He explained there was a new extension put on the house and that his dad had bought the house when he was 8, I asked how old he was now & he was 50.. So his parents had bought the house off nana & poppa (Margaret & George), then he had bought the house off his own parents. He showed us around the house & Harold was ...
... Bailey, it was founded just 10 years after the Norman conquest, then rebuilt as a stone castle 80 years later. It was taken over by the Neville family, who took in a nine year old boy, who became Richard duke of Gloucester, and then king Richard the third. After Richard was killed at bosworth it fell into disrepair, and then during the civil war ...
... we found an old hotel (the Priory) close to the town centre. Walked into town, which was closing because it was late. Without the people there the town was not as vibrant. Still amazing is how the many old buildings have survived the centuries Dinner in town in a very average low grade ...
Today saw us spend our last morning with Debs. She took us to the very beautiful Dalby forest, where we had a bit of an explore, then off to Scarborough to visit Peasholm Park and the grey squirrels. Em had fun trying to get them to come to her, who would have thought that apple is no substitute for peanuts in the eyes (and taste buds) of a squirrel. After an ice-cream, it was time for a quick lunch, a sad goodbye, then the drive back ...
... a walk up on to it. If the weather and Albert's foot had been better we may have gone right over it. 2 miles each way I believe. I don't know all the stats. I'm more interested in the experience.
After that we headed to a little turf labyrinth I remembered where we had a quiet meditative stroll around that before heading into 'Sunny Scunny', aka Scunthorpe, which was the town I 'fetched up' ...