Better way to stay? in London anyway!

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Proud Texan

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I totally agree. We did a wonderful walking tour in the Cottswolds several years ago. We stayed in a different Bed and Breakfast each night. In the morning, a young man would fetch our luggage and hand us directions to our next destination(usually about 6-10 miles away) and we'd walk to our next place of lodging where our luggage would be waiting.
It was a wonderful way to experience the English countryside. We want to do it again, but this time in Yorkshire.
 

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Yes, take what you can get, and let people know there's an even better way to stay in North Yorkshire!
 

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I totally agree. We did a wonderful walking tour in the Cottswolds several years ago. We stayed in a different Bed and Breakfast each night. In the morning, a young man would fetch our luggage and hand us directions to our next destination(usually about 6-10 miles away) and we'd walk to our next place of lodging where our luggage would be waiting.
It was a wonderful way to experience the English countryside. We want to do it again, but this time in Yorkshire..
Proud Texan said:
I totally agree. We did a wonderful walking tour in the Cottswolds several years ago. We stayed in a different Bed and Breakfast each night. In the morning, a young man would fetch our luggage and hand us directions to our next destination(usually about 6-10 miles away) and we'd walk to our next place of lodging where our luggage would be waiting.
It was a wonderful way to experience the English countryside. We want to do it again, but this time in Yorkshire.
That sounds like it would be a great way to go!
 
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