Swanning along on a windy day.
A morning in May, the sun is shining and it’s time for a wander along the canal.
Many of our guests at Tythebarn House stay for one night to break up a long journey. “You’re halfway” they say, from everywhere it seems! Farleton Fell is the landmark on the M6, signalling your arrival and time to rest awhile with us here at Tythebarn House.
Maybe you would benefit from short break with us here at Tythebarn House. A quiet retreat and a respite from everyday life will leave you rested and relaxed.
Just a gentle stroll beside the Lancaster Canal on a January afternoon
….. with camera in hand ….
The sound of leather against willow on a summer Saturday afternoon and a walk along the Lancaster Canal from Tythebarn House B&B in Holme has a nostalgic feel to it. Over the hedge are the cricketers, distinctive in white and cheering each other on to victory. Just some of the canal-side characters we have here in Holme.
In days gone by the local characters would be seen on the canal as well as beside it. As a corridor for trade between Lancaster and Kendal it was a busy stretch especially around Holme Mills where coconut matting, and later Goodacre Carpet, was manufactured. A ring tie along the way is a reminder of those times when a boat would have moored up. Their horse tethered, with nosebag attached, to rest awhile . Continue reading “Tales from The Canal Bank: June – The sound of leather against willow…..”
There’s a choice when it comes to Breakfast
- Catering for yourself in your own little kitchen.
- Light ‘Breakfast on a Tray’, brought to your room or served in our courtyard Garden Pod 7.00 – 10.00 am