Tantara Country Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTantara Country Hotel Pickering
Was only there for an evening meal. Felt the service was ok, but needed more staff to cater for a larger audience.
Meal itself was ok - I'm a fussy eater though so wasn't ideal for me.
Overall the general atmosphere was good and the night was enjoyable.
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We had a leisurely 15 km walk today. Conditions were cloudy to begin with but brightened over the morning as the cloud broke up into beautiful balls of cotton. We started with a climb up Round Hill, the penultimate C2C climb. Once we reached the summit we again had beautiful views across to the east and back at yesterday's path over the 3 hills. The rest of the walk was along an easy plateau. Since entering the North Yorkshire Moors the the quality of the paths ...
... impressive cluster of boulders on the side of Hasty Bank. We paused here momentarily for a drink and a photo then pressed on to White Hill. This was the hill from which we needed to call our B&B to arrange pick up at Clay Bank Top. There is no accommodation there necessitating a short car ride to Chop Gate for our overnight stay. We had a very pleasant walk indeed. One of the highlights since leaving the ...
Dinner at the White Swan last night was not great. The tiny pub only had 7 guests, 3 C2C walkers, 2 C2C cyclists and 2 locals sitting at the bar drinking with the publican and his wife. The 4 of them were going out as soon as the rest of us had eaten our dinner. We therefore felt a bit under the pump not to hold them up! They were already a little twitchy when Katrina and I turned up 15 ...
... of barley on slippery clay paths, and in and around dozens of farms, farm gates, farm mud/dung. The smell of manure was overwhelming for much of the time. We arrived at the tiny village of Danby Wiske at 4.30pm. Although not the longest of walks we were glad to get there. Walking on roads made my heels sore. We left our smelly muddy boots at the door on some newspaper and made our way to our room to rest and shower before ...
... looking the town. When you think that people lived in the 1100's in single storey wooden huts with grass roofs, and even well off people lived in two storey wooden huts, the impact of the Normans arriving and building these huge stone structures must have been truly awe inspiring. Great fish and chip dinner at the pub along from the b&b, and some good local beer, Timothy ...