The Wheatsheaf Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beers overlooking beach and watched sunset, sisha and tea on roof top opposite guest house. Expect lots of hassle on the beach from the local women selling bracelets etc. We tend to sit in the bars/restaurants so they can't hassle us. The sun sets by 6:30pm where it drops dark so we made sure we were back by this time. Although it sounds early we also felt safer as the village had about 4/5 power cuts during the evening and it would be pitch black walking ...
Another last minute and tasty breakfast but a bit less daunting than yesterday's and we were off to the bus stop. Traveled north to Grasmere where William Wordsworth lived. We strolled around the village, stopping for a cappuccino early on and lunch a bit later, both at the same spot - The Miller Howe ...
... back to the dock in time to catch the last boat back to Windermere. We didn't realize it was the last one and nearly waited for a non-existent later one. Dinner at the pub around the corner from our B&B. NOTE: this app won't give me just Ambleside or Ambleside Pier so locations that say Ambleside this or that are really just ...
After a long 4 hour drive from Holyhead we arrived in Ambleside of the Lake District to a dreary rainy afternoon. This is a very beautiful small town with many places to eat and many many outdoor stores to wet anyone's appetite when it comes to outdoor gear.
It's not overly a large community but it certainly has a very outdoorsy feel to it and a flare for the outdoors and no wonder, you are in the heart of the Lake District where walking, ...
... the moor. The last I saw she was still running up and down beside the wall and shouting to no one! Finally as I walked Treacle down a gently sloping woodland track towards the river Wharfe I noticed that a woman in front of me was zig zagging from one side of the path to the other. I thought maybe she was looking for something but this bizarre movement went on and on. Finally she stopped and said 'You MUST pass me because I MUST ...