Wombwell Arms Inn

Address: Wass, Wass, North Yorkshire, England, YO61 4BE, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Wass, Wass, is near Rievaulx Abbey, Helmsley Castle, Helmsley Walled Garden, and Byland Abbey.
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    Travel Blogs from Wass

    Chop Gate to Blakey Ridge

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 11, 2015

    8 photos

    ... have improved dramatically. Much of the way has been along paved paths, built we learnt with the flag stones from demolished cotton mills. Today's path was wide and sandy, joining the old dismantled Rosedale railway all the way to Blakey Ridge. There were loads of people on it. A community marathon had sweaty tattooed creatures passing us regularly, then there were the cyclists, other trekkers, weekend walkers and even a couple of trail bikes competing for the ...

    Osmotherley to Chop Gate

    A travel blog entry by newtrekker on Jul 10, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Topping, a distinctive cone shaped hill. Captain Cook spent his childhood on a farm at its base and climbed it often. Also visible for the first time near the horizon was a small slither of, no can't be, thundering typhoons I think it is, North Sea!! We parted company soon after and walked on through a quiet wood, meeting up with resting C2C chums, then up to Live Moor, Carlton Moor and Cringle Moor. ...

    York, Getting our Medieval On

    A travel blog entry by xtopherc on Jun 28, 2015

    21 photos

    ... York is quite flat and we seemed to be able to see all of England from up there; including what one would consider the new cathedrals of England, huge power stations (at least 3) visible on the distant horizon. Check out the pics.
    We our day was rounded off with a late lunch in a posh Italian(?) restaurant housed in a colonnaded Romanesque building. We ate pizza because we didn't want to afford anything else...but enjoyed the cool ambience.

    York - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... is the roman period, then the dark ages, then the norman era, the viking era and the medieval era. I noted Greta differentiated between the dark ages and medieval times. I always considered them to be the same thing. I guess the dark ages in this region was when there was no formal leadership. Next we went to the York Abbey. The abbey was a monastery for Catholic monks. The monks held quite a bit of land and were very wealthy. All sorts of trade was going around the abbey. ...

    A day in York

    A travel blog entry by canddosborne on Sep 21, 2013

    ... village.
    We are all desperate for dinner that has veg, as everything seems to come with chips, or some other sort of carbs. On Dennis, our bus drivers, advice we went to the Punch Bowl pub across the road where we were able to get a roast with veg and no chips in sight. Never thought I would want to have veg as bad as that.
    Tomorrow its onto Cambridge via Sherwood Forest; woohooo!!!!!!, roll on the childhood ...