The Country Park Inn and Lodge
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- Banquet room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walk, along the sea walls out past the small lighthouse built in the 18th century to the very end where there were many people fishing. We could see Captain Cook’s statue on the hill overlooking the beach while the opposite hillside was dominated by the ruins of Whitby Abbey stark against the skyline.
We strolled back to find somewhere for lunch. There were queues outside a couple of the popular places but we chose ...
... church has been added to many times over the centuries and it was one of the few to survive the dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th century. The church has some stunning stained-glass windows as well as burial slabs from the 14th century and intricately carved pillars etc. We spent an enjoyable time here admiring the carvings as well as the atmosphere and the wonder of something so historic which has survived the ...
So it's Sunday 27 September, and I'm officially on the countdown until I go! This morning has consisted of trying to make sense of the huge pile of various fluffy, warm, fleecy objects that have amassed on my spare chair, as well as bagging up the various bits of clothing I've sold on ebay for a last bit of money. I also had a mini internal crisis this morning when I realised ...
We saw lemontop ice cream, which I wanted to try, but never got round to it. We walked up a pier type thing and avoided seagull poo , looked at the crab catchers, wandered round the funfair, and then strolled through the old town, then to North bay, which was arcade free and a significantly smaller beach. Lots of crazy gold though. We walked round a park with a big boating lake and an island with a waterfall and pagoda, then into ...
26th. Today went to York we walked around the original wall of the town and then went to York Minster which as far as I’m concerned should be a Cathedral as it is enormous in the basement it has ruins of a Roman fortress dating back to somewhere around 80 AD. We had a pasty which was very nice and walked around the city which has many narrow streets and old buildings dating back to goodness know when. Arrived back home and went out for tea at a ...