The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum stands beside the site where Captain James Cook was born in 1728. the museum traces Cook's extraordinary naval career and his voyages of discovery to the Pacific, with personal mementoes, illustrations, and recreated scenes. Stewart Park, Marton-in-Cleveland, Cleveland, England, TS7 8AT
The Loftus Mine was the first ironstone mine to open in Cleveland in 1848. The former mine now houses the Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum, which includes a guided tour underground, exploring the mine's old North Drift. Mill Lane, Skinningrove, Cleveland, England, TS13 4AP
The free Kirkleatham Old Hall Museum is housed in a beautiful Georgian mansion, built in 1709 as a Free School. Highlights include the Saxon Princess burial, a 7th-century 'bed burial' found in Loftus, including rare Saxon jewellery and weapons. Kirkleatham Hall, Kirkleatham, Cleveland, England, TS10 5NW
The Zetland is the oldest lifeboat in the world, made in 1802. Now, the historic lifeboat is preserved in a fascinating museum on Redcar's seafront, where you can learn about the rich maritime history of Redcar and Saltburn. 60 Esplanade, Redcar, Cleveland, England, TS10 3AH
The Woolpack Inn in Totford, Hampshire, has re-opened after an extensive refurbishment and the proud new owners of this Grade 1 listed, picturesque pub, Brian and Jarina Ahearn, look forward to welcoming you. The Woolpack Inn is within easy reach of Alresford, Basingstoke, Winchester and Southampton.
Approach via long farm track this barn benefits from stunning countryside views and is surrounded by wildlife footpaths and fields to explore. The traditional village of Bradworthy and market town … Sleeps 8