NSIt’s like the text of a commercial: After a weekend of snow and wind, visitors to a pub in northern England had to spend a third night at the pub. It remains unclear when the road to the pub in Yorkshire Dales National Park can be cleaned again, Nicola Townsend, owner of the Tan Hill Inn, said on BBC Radio Monday. The 51-year-old was interviewed on Monday morning by several British news outlets.
The 60 or so guests were stranded after the music group Aussies performed on Friday night. Autumn Storm Arwen also caused traffic chaos in other parts of Great Britain and caused blackouts in many homes.
Pub goers spent time with karaoke, pub quizzes, and board games, Townsend reported. A planned competition for the best snowman had to be canceled due to the freezing cold and strong winds. At night, you had to improvise a little: many guests were housed in the rooms of the hostel, while others slept on sofas or on mattresses on the floor. Everyone had the opportunity to shower regularly.
“As if you had a big group of friends there”
It also appears that the supply is being taken care of. “We have a lot to eat,” Townsend told British broadcaster ITV. “It sounds like a bit of a cliché, but people have come in as strangers and will leave as friends.” “It’s like having a big group of friends over for dinner,” Townsend said, joking that it’s nice not to have the real Oasis band as guests. their ex man Liam Gallagher It is disputed. Many people who have had a baby have now left with the help of special vehicles. Townsend continued to limit the serving of alcoholic beverages until after 3 p.m.
Pictures showed snow accumulating around the cars and the pub building. Townsend explained that the real problem was the wind. Obstacles, including the building and vehicles parked around it, snowed. Meanwhile, the only regular street leading to the pub was closed off by an inverted electricity pole, according to a report from The Telegraph.
England’s highest pub was often the setting for commercials. One of them was circling a group of visitors who had fallen on snow and then involuntarily spent quality time together. It now appears that it has become, at least in part, a reality.