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A short hop to Shap for coffee, cake and a swim

Picture the scene: you’re driving up the M6 with a car full of screaming kids and the holiday feels like a nightmare already. Well here’s two options for you if you’re anywhere near the Lake District: 1) You stop at … Continue reading

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Got to give it to Guisborough: Its best bits are hidden away

I didn’t think Guisborough had much going for it at first. The high street (called Westgate) has a few cafés, but none of them got my pulse racing. That was only managed by the coffee I tried in one those … Continue reading

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Settle for good coffee, tea, cake and a piece of tea history

For many, Settle is synonymous with scenic railways, but we were there to see if we could spot any good coffee or tea in town, too. And we came up with a rather nice historical tea story – another Victorian … Continue reading

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