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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... When we got there the tide was right out and this exposes vast rocky reefs, ideal for children and adults to fossick on for shells and crabs etc. We parked on the peak of the hill and walked down through the upper village past rows of B&Bs and hotels. At peak summer season this place would be packed as there were still plenty of visitors around on this autumn Saturday. The view from the clifftop is breathtaking . We sat for a few ...
... br> We had lunch at the nearby pub and then drove on. Driving into Scarborough I was surprised at how large it was and how busy. We came to the conclusion it would be hard to find somewhere to stay here, especially with room to park our car so we headed down the coast a little way to the smaller seaside town of Filey. This turned out to be a good choice. We found a local pub, The Three Tuns, that had B&B for 60 pounds a night and had a large ...
... have organised sherpers who move kit from b&b's to another or organised campsites, " now they tell us " never mind,dropping into a b&b tomorrow, even the sheep are getting offended by the way we smell. On another note morale is good after our 21 miles ...
To went to cook breakfast, it was to wet to light up the burners, Frosties bar it is then. Relentless rain all day, the weight of the packs are testing and getting heavier with the rain, 20 miles covered, no blisters, really pleased I invested in good boots, as these are imperative, really need ...
... some dry clothes and had a coffee, we then decided to drive to bridlington which was rubbish and run down,
the wind and rain gave us a rough nights sleep, but had a full english breakfast in the morning cooked on the camping stove which set us up right for the day we went into whitby shopping picked up some of there famous kippers (air tight sealed) for when we got home ...