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#61460 - 18/05/11 12:26 AM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: Slogger]
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Thanks Slogger. The Camping fee for the Blue Bell Inn is 5 including shower, not too bad, fairly either. The Blue Bell Inn was once very a few years ago around the 2 mark and crept up.

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#61479 - 19/05/11 03:14 PM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: flatlands]
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Originally Posted By: flatlands
Thanks Slogger. The Camping fee for the Blue Bell Inn is 5 including shower, not too bad, fairly either. The Blue Bell Inn was once very a few years ago around the 2 mark and crept up.


It was about right then. I could have sworn the lads who were staying to camp there last September, said it was free camping to patrons, obviously not.
Dave.

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#61483 - 19/05/11 06:58 PM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: Slogger]
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Originally Posted By: Slogger
Originally Posted By: flatlands
Thanks Slogger. The Camping fee for the Blue Bell Inn is 5 including shower, not too bad, fairly either. The Blue Bell Inn was once very a few years ago around the 2 mark and crept up.


It was about right then. I could have sworn the lads who were staying to camp there last September, said it was free camping to patrons, obviously not.
Dave.
Not no nowadays, might of been pre-2005 and then again, in 2005, it was 2. Still it not too bad with the shower included. I guess that the Coast to Coast being so popular nowadays, prices have soared. I remember I camped at the Blacksmith Arm's, Swainby about a mile, east along the A174. I was walking my 2nd Coast to Coast Walk (1991) and the price for a small tent was 1, I guess, the Blue Bell might of been less than, as I remember the field was a bit of a rough and tumble affair, the same go's the White Swan, Danby White. The Coast to Coaster's don't know their are born nowaday's. Ahh, happy day's.

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#61484 - 19/05/11 08:23 PM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: flatlands]
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1980 full cost for camping the whole route


1,80 no showers, bath, used the becks.
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#62281 - 13/07/11 11:11 PM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: Slogger]
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stayed at theblue bell on the C2C. It was fiver to camp.
The meals were excellent I thought.
THe beer too
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#62459 - 07/08/11 09:30 PM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: Reluctanttrucker]
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The Cleveland Way is on again for next week, in six days.

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#62463 - 08/08/11 09:02 PM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: flatlands]
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Great time to do it as the heather will be at its best. A tad wet in some places at the moment. Take extra care along the cliff edges.

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#62556 - 22/08/11 04:17 PM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: Slogger]
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After completing the cleveland way, popped back up last week to the BlueBell on a camping trip with my godson and his father he charged 10 in total for three tents for 2 nights.
Must say the food was good value for money too! And the beer was alright until we were just left with John Smiths one night
saying that I stopped tasting it after 7 pints

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#63391 - 06/11/11 03:19 PM Re: Cleveland Way 2011 [Re: flatlands]
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I've now completed my blog for the Cleveland Way, which I did early this Spring in May. There is photos and a few comment's on there. Also, I'm heading back to Robin Hood's Bay to complete the last 28 miles section to Saltburn by the Sea, I will be based in Whitby for two night's bed and breakfast and will use the local bus service, getting to the place when I will start and finish the day's walking.

I will add on the photos to the blog, once the walk is done.

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