Wainstones Hotel

31 High Street, Great Broughton, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, TS9 7EW, United Kingdom
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87%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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33
Very Good
27%
26
Average
26%
25
Poor
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10
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  • Families75
  • Couples67
  • Solo50
  • Business33

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The Bottle Of Notes....

by steventilly

The Bottle Of Notes is one of Middlesbrough's newest landmarks and is already staking a claim to fame. It's an urban sculture of a bottle, the framework and interior of which contain samples of "notes" (diary entries) written by Captain James Cook..

It can be found in front of the new law courts.

Riverside Stadium

by cheekymarieh

Visit the Cellnet Riverside Stadium - if you're a football fan. The team are currently in the Premier Division. Stars on show at the moment include England internationals Gareth Southgate and Ugo Ehiogu, Slovkian international Szilard Nemeth, Aussie internationals Mark Schwarzer & Tony Vidmar, Cameroon internationals Geremi & Joseph Desire Job and the Italian talent of Massimo Macarrone. (We also had the newly retired Croatian Allan Boksic at the club - but we never saw the best of him ... in fact we saw very little of him at all!)

Middlesbrough were one of the few teams to have beaten Manchester United twice last year! Alex Ferguson must feel haunted by his ex coach Steve McClaren Watching Middlesbrough's last home game at Ayresome Park. It had been a place that I had spent many happy hours since my first 'live' football match way back in 1981. As well as first team games at the stadium I also went to watch the reserve team playing too.

Middlesbrough Mela

by keeweechic

In Mid July there is a Asian arts and culture festival with many smaller events and a large concert in Albert Park. There are several stages set up with a variety of music and dancing exhibits. There is also ‘Bhangra Night’ a festival of sports which centres on the visual arts.

Go to Hartlepool and visit the...

by margaretvn

Go to Hartlepool and visit the Historic Quay. This is a really good recreation of an 18th century seaport, with its shops and naval outfitters, stalls and seamen.You are taken back to the time of Nelson. There is an audio-visual about the press-gang, and one about a naval sea battle where you experience with the ships surgeon.
Open 7 days a week from 10.00 to 17.00
at:Jackson Dock
Maritime ave
Hartlepool
tel: 01429 860006.

Visit Gisborough Priory
This...

by margaretvn

Visit Gisborough Priory
This lovely ruined Augustinian priory was founded by Robert de Brus in 1119. It was in its day one of the most powerful monasteries in Yorkshire. It dominated the life and fortunes of the town and surrounding countryside in the Middle Ages. In 1200 the priory was able to rebuild the church on a bigger scale. The west end had twin towers flanking a large double doorway and the aisles were floored with coloured tiles. On the 16th of May 1289 disaster struke when the church was completely destroyed by fire and all the priory's books, plate and vestaments were burnt. The church was rebuilt in even greater splendour, the work taking several generations and was not completed until the end of the 14th century. then it was one of the four richest priory's in Yorkshire. The Act of Dissolution by Henry VIII in 1536 sealed the fate of monastic houses throughout the whole land. Gisborough survived until 1540 when the priory grounds were sold to Thomas Chaloner. He incorporated the standing stonework into his house which had since been demolished.
It is in the centre of Gisborough.

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Address: 31 High Street, Great Broughton, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, TS9 7EW, United Kingdom