Beansheaf

Malton Road, Pickering, North Yorkshire, England, YO17 6UE, United Kingdom | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on Malton Road, Pickering, is near Flamingo Land, North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Dalby Forest, and Go Ape! High Wire Forest Adventure.
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    Travel Blogs from Pickering

    Scarborough and York

    A travel blog entry by lindseyelias on Sep 12, 2014

    9 photos

    ... past year, and all of the changes I've gone through. I feel like I've lived 6 lives! ...I'm just so happy...moved to tears happy. Here I am, staring out into the ocean, thousands of miles from home, by myself, and I just feel...peace....I can't stop crying. Because in all sincerity, I can't remember a time in my life when things didn't feel a little...off. No matter how happy I was (and I've definitely been happy more than I've been sad; my life was and is full of wonderful people ...

    London Bound

    A travel blog entry by jhdicicco on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... how/when it was built. Joe and I even climbed all the twisty steps to the dome for a bird's eye view of the city. We've thus far been blessed with excellent weather - blue skies, sunny - some clouds and warm. After visiting St. Paul's and even staying for Evensong, we headed across the Millennium Bridge and walked the South Bank to the London Eye... Which only the guys were brave enough to ...

    Dales to James Herriot's Thirsk

    A travel blog entry by jhdicicco on Sep 08, 2014

    7 photos

    After an English Breakfast (pretty close to the Scottish one), we left our home on the farm and drove to Fountains Abbey. Founded in 1132, the abbey operated for over 400 years, until 1539, when Henry VIII ordered the Dissolution of the Monasteries. King Henry sacked the monks/churches wealth and demolished hundreds of abbeys. Fountains Abbey is the best preserved. Just seeing what's left gives you a hint of what it must have been like fully built. We stopped in Ripon for ...

    A week in York

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 05, 2014

    9 photos

    Sunday we visit one of 3 Quaker Meetings in York. Friargate is in City Center and just a short walk away. It is also a large meeting and we haven't visited a large meeting since we got here. The meeting house has a big, sunny room for worship, a large entrance hall, and a big room for socializing after. They are in the process of a remodel and addition in an effort to become a Quaker Center as well as a Meeting House. The meeting ...

    Yorkshire Moors

    A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Aug 07, 2014

    58 photos

    ... of incendiary bombs and a " doodle bug" on display. Those particular instruments of war were remembered by my mother and her family as promoting terror during WW2 when much of my home town of Swansea was destroyed during The Blitz. Front doors used to be left open so that passers by could seek shelter during an unexpected air raid. One day, an incendiary bomb bounced through the open door into my grandparent front entry and my ...