The Ship Hotel

Main Street, Overton, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on Main Street, Overton, is near Lancaster Castle, Williamson Park, Williams Park, and Buttermere.
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Travel Blogs from Overton

Rainy day in Yorkshire

A travel blog entry by kareneck on Aug 10, 2014

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... On either side of the road, you'll typically find stone walls. As in not 1 foot from the road. So yes, you have that disadvantage, multiplied by the fact you are driving a vehicle wight the steering wheel located on the other side of the car, multiplied by the fact the traffic is opposite side of the road. I will need to do some driving sometime this week, but I'm thankful Joe's been awesome at it thus far. Yorkshire lunch was great, and we thought we might get around ...

Travel day to Malhamdale

A travel blog entry by kareneck on Aug 09, 2014

... John's son Robert. An absolutely gorgeous day! Blue skies & puffy white clouds! We stopped at the Tescos in Skipton. Wow, the store grew! Went through every single aisle. Kids loved it. Many pics on the camera. When we got to the cottage, we were exhausted. Moved into our respective cottages & had cocktails overlooking Malham Cove. Kids played in the great big backyard & we had spaghetti. Long day & fun cousin play time. From Maddie's Travel ...

On to Middlesbrough

A travel blog entry by gillyspence on Aug 08, 2014

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... three of us will spend the weekend together before Lizzie leaves for the south on Monday and then to Australia two days later. I'm glad to be travelling by train again, despite a change of route which delays me by an hour. The scenery across the Pennines is spectacular, the weather is good and my helpless look is fruitful - at least two gentlemen help me with my ...

A Walk up Coniston Old Man

A travel blog entry by gillyspence on Aug 07, 2014

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... is the in the same close links between mountain and village and the history of one is the history of the other. Coniston without its Old Man is unthinkable...."

We took the most popular route, up to Low Tarn where we stopped for lunch and then on up the steep path to the summit, a total of 2,450 feet. Wainwright is a little scathing about it...

"This is the way the crowds go: the day trippers, the courting couples, troops of ...

Sunny sunny England!

A travel blog entry by maber23 on Aug 07, 2014

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... chocolate liqueur, milk, cream and chocolate sauce. I think there was another type of alcohol but who cares as it was delicious! After we had our separate nights and came together at the Australian bar, we started our first nights of many that will most certainly include the use of the hashtag #noregrets! Of which included singing and dancing to a remix of none other than Let It Go! Tomorrow we cross into Scotland & are in Edinburgh for 2 nights. Sooo ...