Osmotherley

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  1. haganap

    haganap Funster Life Member

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    need somewhere to stay near here next weekend for a marathon im running any suggestions ?

    Pubs sites cl anything
     
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    Can't help with a site Paul but good luck with the marathon, not long until London now.
     
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    Just looked for it, to see if I new anywhere nearby, and discovered there are two Osmotherlys. Lakes or Northallerton? And good luck with the run.
     
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    Not been to Osmotherley since the late 1970's doing Lyke Wake Walks. The websites supporting people doing the Lyke Wake may have lists of suitable places. Best of luck with the run Paul.
     
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    2 I know off are
    Swan house
    on side of a19 never used it and I think it would have a lot of traffic noise

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    White water
    in Stockton on tees nice site at side of premier inn and a beefeater pub 15 minutes walk to a large shopping centre
     
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    That's what I associate Osmotherly with as well - May 28th 1978 was when I did it, a school sponsored walk to raise funds for a new sixth form common room
     
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    There is a camping and caravan CS at Great Busby with electric, dump and water not far from Osmotherly. We have used it a few times!
     
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    There is a Camping and Caravan Club CS at Great Busby not far from Osmotherly. We have used it and it is a field with one hardstanding good leckie toilet dump and water!
     
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    Been to Cote Ghyll great walking area but site is a bit "average" to say the least
     
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    Thanks all. Cote ghyll is closed...
     
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    My nephew Alex has a pub at Sandhutton, just south of N'allerton - you will be made most welcome at the King's Arms. He is listed with Britstops - the food is excellent, but you need to phone as he can only take one van in his small car park! He may even be running, he's started doing that for some reason!
    (They are dog lovers too...)

    Catherine
     
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    Hi there is a pub called The Haynes Arms on the Dual Carrigeway between Osmotherley turn off and Northallerton Turn off not far away, we once stayed over at The Bluebell (think thats right) its in Ingleby Arncliffe just a few miles up the road- its on the coast to coast walk so have camping and bunk rooms as well.
    There is also a couple of CLs in the CC book under Northallerton that are just off the main road send us a PM if you need the details.
    There is parking up past Osmotherley camp site at Cod Beck you might get away with just overnighting.


    Hope this helps
    enjoy your run
     
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