Beansheaf

Address: 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 Pickering Castle.
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      Travel Blogs from Pickering

      Denby Dale

      A travel blog entry by joannewolfe on Dec 09, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      We said goodbye to Lindsay, Ian, Jack and Mattie in Rugby and headed off to Denby Dale via a slightly circuitous route taking in Wollaton Hall and Chatsworth House.
      Jen, Tom, Ellie and Sophie gave us a warm village welcome. We spent the next day getting a taste of village life as we explored lovely Denby Dale - we visited the local church display of the twelve days of Christmas and a fair at the nursery school.
      It was time for another literary pilgrimage on Sunday, ...

      Last day in York

      A travel blog entry by martina.elise3 on Nov 19, 2014

      Quite day in York with everyone else now gone. My dorm now is just myself and another girl who keeps to herself. It's boring without other people. Went for a walk around town and found the markets and disney store then headed over to see the Clifford Tower and the York museum. Not a very full on day, just a quite one plodding along before heading up to ...

      York Minster and The Kings Arms

      A travel blog entry by martina.elise3 on Nov 18, 2014

      5 photos

      ... in England, The kings arms, This bar is located right on the river and has been completely ruined by floods more than once. It's a cosy traditional english bar, we sat around and drank pints of York lager (the bar only serves lager and cider made with York) After the bar we headed back to York minster to see the choir, all boys ages from 4 to late 60's the sound was impeccable. It was an amazing experience I would highly recommend it to ...

      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 ...

      Altofts Cricket Club

      A travel blog entry by snealy on Jul 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... well. In to bat after the break and we lost a lot of early wickets, it was looking like we were in for our first defeat at 6/64. Jack was batting at 12 (we have 15 on our team so we always bat 12 as do the other team, if they don't have enough we give them players). But Angus and Liam dug in and made 64 and 32 n.o and we won the game with 5 wickets in hand a a lot of overs so easy in the end. Tomorrow is a cricket free day, the boys are off to the ...