Bed and Breakfasts in County Durham
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Barnard Castle, County Durham, England
The Bed and Breakfast is beautifully decorated and each room consists with tea/coffee facilities, T.V in each room, central heating in all rooms and en-suite on most rooms and private washing facilities available. A hearty breakfast is served everyday using local Barnard Castle fresh products from the well established local butchers, Peats of Barnard Castle.
Belmont, County Durham, England
Moor End House Bed and Breakfast is non-smoking establishment with 1 family and 4 twin rooms. It has a 4 diamond rating from the English Tourism Council.
Barnard Castle, County Durham, England
Kirkstone is a tastefully converted chapel in the heart of Teesdale. Ground floor bedroom with en suite shower, toilet and sink, a conservatory to relax and have breakfast in. Outside there are lawned gardens and flower borders with seats for guests' use. Kirkstone overlooks the stang forest and Arkengarthdale, just 1 mile away is the small market town of Barnard Castle, known as Barny to locals. Barney has lots of interesting shops including several Antique shops. Short walk from the town centre is Bowes Museum, a very grand structure, which has very close ties to the late Queen Mother. Inside the famous feeding silver swan. About 8 miles from the town centre is High Force, the largest waterfall in England. Only 6 miles away is Raby Castle with its large deer park and gardens. Raby Castle is probably one of the best examples of its kind in the country. There are several reservoirs in the area; the furthest away is Cow Green about 12 miles. Most have day fishing permit subject to having a fishing licence. Way marked walks are in abundance all over the area with several quaint old-fashioned public houses offering good quality food conveniently situated after a thirsty stroll. For those wanting a longer journey the Lake District is only 1 hours drive away. For those who like a touch of retail therapy the MetroCEntre, Europe's largest retail complex is only 50 minutes drive away along the A1(M) motorway.
Durham, County Durham, England
Step back in time and take a relaxing break in an elegant Georgian Country House Grade II* Listed. This 17thC stone farm house has superb views overlooking the Derwent Valley, and has been tastefully restored. It is completely unspoiled and full of character, with inglenook fireplaces, shuttered windows, four poster beds and panoramic views. All rooms are en suite with TV/video and tea/coffee-making facilities. Relax outdoors by the garden pond with its water features, or indoors on one of the many window seats and enjoy the breathtaking views and tranquil scenery for many miles around. There is ample off the road parking. Ground floor bedrooms available.
Trimdon Station, County Durham, England
Organic Plant Nursery and Environmentally Friendly B and B. Four Star luxury that does not cost the Earth.Here at Polemonium Plantery; we are committed to providing a good quality service whilst minimising the environmental impact of our activities. A symbol of this commitment is our membership of the green tourism business scheme. The scheme provides accreditation and encouragement for tourisim businesses to reduce the environmental impact of thier activities. By encouraging sustainable practices the scheme ensures the continued enjoyment of the environment around us for future generations.All food organically sourced/local produce; environmentally friendly cleaning products used. All diets catered for.Good access to Teeside; Durham; Sunderland and Newcastle.Good local bus route; excellent base for walkers and cyclists. 10 mins from NCR1; secure overnight storage for bikes; repairs and parts arranged. Please check out our website for much much more www.polemonium.co.uk