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St Bees, Cumbria

Review of St Bees by steve painter on May 18th, 2009
fabulious place. grandchildren loved it. they couldn't stop talking about it. keep asking when are we going back. caravan superb . we will be back

Review of St Bees by mrs pauilne thompson on November 11th, 2007
stayed hear last year brought my son and his family. clean and tidy tea and coffee and biscuits on arrivle made abig difference .hope to make it again this year in may.was only a4 day break but ex. have family up there and was born in whitehaven { strand street to be priece . hope to see you all soon you will hear from me soon thompson family padiham lancashire

Review of St Bees by mrs pauilne thompson on October 14th, 2007
stayed at seacotes.last year with my son and his family last year loved it. hopingto visit again next year.accomadation ex. very clean and wellcoming.particular little tray of tea and coffee on arrival. its the little things that count.everthing ex/ clean please send price list so we can book a date again for next year thank you mrs thompson/kind reguards.

Review of St Bees by christine on July 3rd, 2006
If you should happen to be visiting this lovely little town make sure to pay a call to Platform 9,either for a meal or just for a drink. It is right beside the station and is set out like the interior of the old-style trains. It is a "different"experience which I'm sure people will enjoy,and has friendly staff,a good atmosphere and nice food.

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