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Ramada Encore Barnsley
Whinby Road S75 3LF Barnsley United Kingdom
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Description Ramada Encore BarnsleyRamada Encore Barnsley is an exciting new concept in the hospitality industry. It is a boutique concept which is simple, stylish, vibrant and upbeat with comfortable, contemporary accommodation using innovative design. Visit the hotels Hub lounge, bar and restaurant or call in for a coffee break.Open to guests on Monday 26th January 2009, the Ramada Encore Barnsley is located just off the M1 at J37.Free Wi Fi in all lounge and meeting room areas also broadband in all bedrooms together with One hour free calls included in your bedroom rate
- Ramada Encore Barnsley
- Whinby Road
- S75 3LFBarnsley
- United Kingdom
- Telephone: +44(12)26729930
- Official Homepage
- EC/ Maestro/ Debit card
- American Express
- Travellers with Pets
Room features Ramada Encore Barnsley
- Bathroom with shower
- Ironing board
- Windows that open
- Central heating
- Tea/ coffee facilities
- Satellite TV
Hotel features Ramada Encore Barnsley
- Business centre
- Express check-in/ out
- Car park
- Pets allowed
- Hotel bar
- Hotel safe
- Child/ Baby Cot
- Conference rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour reception
- Wheelchair accessible
- Laundry service
- WiFi in Lobby
- 24-hour room service
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The church was deconsecrated in 1958 and now houses a permanent display depicting life in York over the past 1,000 years entitled The York Story. It also plays host to an annual art exhibition.
It is closed during the winter. Entry is free.
A number of special effects, interactive technology and actors bring to life the gory past of York and exhibits relate the tales of the plague, Dick Turpin, Guy Fawkes, vikings, ghosts and more. Roman York and the days of Emperor Constantine are also recreated.
A tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and all facilities are accessible to disabled patrons. Details of the varied opening hours are available at the website. Tariffs are Adult: £12.95 / Child: £8.95 / Student: £10.95 / OAP (60+ yrs): £10.95 with discounts available for on line bookings.
National Railway Museum
The National Railway Museum in York was established in 1975. It contains articles relating to the railways in Britain and houses over 100 different locomotives and a further 200 related items. All of these items are displayed in three large halls within a former power depot that is next to the east coast main railway line, adjacent York railway station.
This is the largest museum of its type in the World and attracts over 750,000 visitors a year.
It is open daily from 10am until 6pm. Admission is free.
Mother Shipton's Cave
Mother Shipton was a prophetess born some 500 years ago. Mother Shipton's Cave is a tourist attraction built around the cave she was born in. The attraction include The Petrifying Well (which has been attracting visitors since 1630), The Old Wishing Well of Good Fortune, a Museum of figures and models, a mile long, riverside park with picnic areas, a woodland walk , tea rooms and gift shop, an adventure playground and Trail Quiz.
The attraction is open from March to October, 10.00am-5.30pm daily.
Entry fees are: Adult £5.50
Senior Citizens £4.50
Children (under 4's free) £3.75
Family £15.95 (2 adults and two children or one adult and three children. additional children £2.00 each)
All day parking is included in the admittance fee and you can leave the park to visit the rest of Knaresborough and go back in on the same ticket.
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It is open daily from 10am until 6pm (last ticket sales 5.30pm)
The admission charges are:
Adults (aged 13+) - £6.00
Children (aged 4-12) - £4.00
Children under 4 - free
Group bookings are possible and private pods can also be hired for £44 or £59 with champagne.