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help!! holidays for the old

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my grandads retirment is coming up and wanted to book a weekend/week away for them. they like to do walks, looking around old building and stuff. anyone know good places for this kind of thing budg…
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7y, 1w agoPosted 7 years, 1 week ago
my grandads retirment is coming up and wanted to book a weekend/week away for them. they like to do walks, looking around old building and stuff. anyone know good places for this kind of thing

budget around £750
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7y, 1w agoPosted 7 years, 1 week ago
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York is very nice, easy access as well via the A1 or East Coast Rail Line.
#3
Harrogate is very historic too
#4
Inactive
York is very nice, easy access as well via the A1 or East Coast Rail Line.


might be a bit far, live in east midlands.

thanks thou :D
1 Like #5
Kinder Scout?
#6
linuxlinks
Kinder Scout?


yeh looks good :thumbsup:

keep the ideas coming, thanks alot
1 Like #7
crse2008
might be a bit far, live in east midlands.......................

:D


a nice relaxing train journey is part of the fun . York is a very nice place to visit . My mam , she's in her mid seventies loves the place and goes for a week every year.
1 Like #8
The cotswolds espaically around stow on the wold, morton-in-marsh and Northleach. Nice places to walk and loads of places of interest
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ricko
a nice relaxing train journey is part of the fun . York is a very nice place to visit . My mam , she's in her mid seventies loves the place and goes for a week every year.


depends if they take the train, if you do you dont have as much freedom as with a car you do
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crse2008
might be a bit far, live in east midlands.

thanks thou :D


York is almost in the East Midlands, just up a bit.;-)
1 Like #11
Haddon Hall in Bakewell, Derbyshire, is one of the best old places we've ever visited - family run and really friendly. Gorgeous on a sunny day. There's lots of places to stay in the area.
http://www.haddonhall.co.uk/
They could also go to Chatsworth House - world famous although we've never actually managed to visit.
Plenty of walks in the area.
http://www.peakdistrictonline.co.uk/content.php?categoryId=13
http://www.walkinginderbyshire.co.uk/bakewell.htm
#12
rep given to all :D thanks for all your help, will see if my mum like any of theses :D

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