Valentines night is filling up fast and we look forward to welcoming and spoiling all you romantic couples out there.
Indulge that special somebody in our cosy, romantic, candlelit surroundings, with the added temptation of an overnight stay in our Luxury Accommodation with Champagne Breakfast?
The Menu is available to view on our Valentines Page.
We had the cameras from Look North this week. Simon Spark came to The Ramblers’ Rest on a busy Monday lunchtime, interested to see the effect that David Hockney our talented Wolds Artist, currently showing a fabulous Art exhibition in London, will have on our area. Hockneys work displays the beautiful, open landscape we have around us and the general feeling would suggest that anyone visiting the exhibition will be keen to see it for real!
Our customers on Monday were very accommodating to Simon, and in expressing their feelings to him it does become obvious how the stunning natural beauty of the Yorkshire Wolds really does draw people to the area be it walking, cycling or generally sightseeing.
My apologies for the lack of News!!!
The good news being that business is really good and I seem to have very little time to sit at my computer.
We wish everyone a great 2012 and thankyou for your continued support and custom.
Although we knew we were to expect a visit from Visit Britain to rate our accommodation, and despite a few ‘Do you think she is?’ sort of feelings, Zoe and I were still surprised and slightly ‘panicky’ when a lovely guest presented herself after breakfast to announce she was in fact doing our ratings. She had thoroughly enjoyed her stay at The Ramblers’ Rest and took time to sit down with us to discuss her stay and offer us some very useful advice. We are awaiting an official report but we believe we are to be given a high 4 stars, which we are really pleased with.
The B&B Accommodation is going really well and we are getting a wide cross section of customer, walkers doing the Wolds and Minster Way walks , couples and families enjoying a weekend away and lots of cyclists doing the ‘Way of the Roses’ cycle route. This is a long distance ’coast to Coast’ cycle route of 170miles from Morcambe to Bridlington and to our delight passes through the village of Millington. This couple were setting off early in the morning with the sun brightly shining, to continue the ride, having had a relaxing nights stay with us.
Another bank holiday is upon us.
We have a busy weekend ahead with private party restaurant bookings, the B&B rooms almost fully booked and hopefully busy with customers enjoying the picturesque Wolds scenery and the hospitality of The Ramblers’ Rest tea room. Indulge in afternoon tea, with, for example, a Ramblers’ Rest Platter including home cooked honey roast ham, home made Fresh Cream and Strawberry Scones, Meringues, and Fresh Raspberry Bakewell Tart.
The Tea Room is open Thurs- Monday from 10.30am. We loook forward to welcoming you.