Wonderful, friendly people who made us welcome.
Wonderful, friendly people who made us welcome. The Bronte Parsonage was fascinating. Penistone Hill country park was exhilarating. The Steam train ride is well worth the effort and of course walking up and down Main Street is essential.
Fish & chips at the Golden Hind Fisheries is a must. Lovely, cheerful staff. Very reasonably priced for some of the tastiest fish & chips ever eaten.
We had a slight blot on the landscape when we parked at Changegate Car Park. A privately owned car park which we would seriously advise you to avoid at all costs. Admittedly we returned to our car 14 minutes late and received a penalty charge of £60 cash. Of course, hindsight is a wonderful thing and after leaving and checking our rights we probably shouldn't have paid the obnoxious, vile attendant. But, in our defence, as law abiding citizens we were not to know this fact and yes, we handed over our hard earned cash. It is such a shame that such a shark should be allowed to practice such tactics. When we returned the following day we used the car park adjacent to the Bronte Parsonage Museum.