Feather Down Farms at Dolphinholme

Address: Dolphinholme, Dolphinholme, Lancashire, England, LA2 9DJ, United Kingdom | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Dolphinholme, Dolphinholme, is near Williamson Park and Williams Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Dolphinholme

    MICHELIN STAR DINING

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... merely a beautiful dish. Before the fish course was served, they brought out a contraption which, to me, looked like a bong of some type. Fish fumée was on the bottom and a candle was lit below it. Best I could tell the liquid percolated up a tube and into another receptacle filled with herbs which were then steeped in the hot fish stock. I was served a small bowl with a piece of fish and some sea greens (which I must say ...

    300+

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Aug 06, 2015

    31 photos

    ... simple tuna sandwich which tasted great; I don't know if it is because I haven't had any tunafish in a month plus or because the view was so spectacular. Had I known where I was going, I certainly would have packed a picnic lunch with, of course, some wine, crusty bread and cheese. There really isn't much more to say about a beautiful day with beautiful scenery so just enjoy the photos as you scroll through them.

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    Too much fun as Slug comes to town

    A travel blog entry by beavernslug on Jul 30, 2015

    21 photos

    ... Piglet and Beaver had been on a boat there after a very long and lovely walk, so they reminisced as they walked and chortled. We left Mummy Moll on a bench watching the world and lots of doggies go by as her knee was hurting. Luckily we remembered to go and fetch her! On the way back it was decided that we would attempt to find the Castlerigg stone circle, a 4500 year old circle of stones, that Piglet and Rob had tried in vain to find before. We layer ...

    Ambleside and Keswick

    A travel blog entry by albertabrandts on Jul 29, 2015

    7 photos

    ... few villages. It was all very green and beautiful. We had lunch up there and it was all very pleasant if a little chilly. After the walk back down to the car we made the scenic drive to Keswick. The village was neat and picturesque but choked with tourists. We decided to have a look at the Castlerigg stone circle. This 4500 year old ring of stones is much smaller and ...

    How now Tarn Hows

    A travel blog entry by beavernslug on Jul 29, 2015

    23 photos

    ... spotted someone on the back from the loo. Rob then became our security guard and guarded the space for us, which was especially important when someone tried to slip in unnoticed. But he defended the spot with honour and we eventually parked. Then we had to find The Wynns.. They had parked in the top car park and whilst we all bought an icecream ( rhubarb and custard for Beaver) they made their way down the hill. It was a good 20 minutes before we actually went ...