This small Georgian country house is set in 475 acres of woodland, farmland and gardens and offers an escape from the outside world. The farm and walled garden supply produce for the house and give an opportunity for you to bring your horse and/or dog to enjoy the estate. The house offers four bedrooms and a self catering apartment. Walking, cycling, fishing, birdwatching and hawk walks or simply a peaceful and relaxing setting in which to unwind
56 hotels in or near to Consett, Durham
The Punch Bowl Inn is situated in the picturesque village of Edmundbyers, 2.5 miles from the A68 and close to Derwent reservoir, ideally positioned for walking, cycling, fishing, sailing or just to relax. Delicious home-made food, real ales, specially selected wines and log fires in winter, combine to offer the ideal spot to relax. Close to Hexham, Beamish Open Air Museum, only 25 Minutes from Newcastle Airport and half an hour from Durham City with its World Heritage site of The Cathedral.
A Northumberland country pub, The Manor House Inn offers cosy accommodation in the Derwent Valley, with locally sourced food and fine north east ales. There is free Wi-Fi and parking on site, and stunning countryside views.
The ship Inn is located in the village of Wylam which is close to Hadrian's Wall and George Stephenson's cottage. We are situated 8 miles from the city center of Newcastle Upon Tyne and 5 miles from the Metrocenter which is one of Europe's biggest shopping centers. Newcastle Airport is 5 miles drive and Close House golf course close by.. The Ship Inn is in a great location for exploring Northumberland's National park with its many walks and rivers. Wylam railway station is 5 minutes walk away.
Nafferton Farm is a working farm with sheep, cattle and horses. We are situated in a rural location on the outskirts of Durham City. The farmhouse itself dates back to 1750 and has been carefully restored to retain it's original features and character, which provides a welcoming setting for all of our visitors. Guests can enjoy panoramic views whilst relaxing in the secluded garden with it's large pond and water features.
The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Corbridge is a fully refurbished gem, nestling in the heart of the popular Roman town of Corbridge. Towards the eastern end of the Tyne Valley, Corbridge is famous for its individual boutique-style shopping and its charming streets and buildings. The Wheatsheaf is a traditional building, fully in keeping with the style of the village. With bar, restaurant and six recently refurbished bedrooms, the Wheatsheaf is the ideal place for anyone visiting the area.
A warm welcome awaits you at The Old Post Office; luxurious rooms, comfort and delicious food in a charming characterful bed & breakfast. Although situated in rural Co Durham, Lanchester is a ‘picturesque working village’ with many local amenities and restaurants. An experience with unusual hosts with real food flair and backgrounds focused on making your stay pleasurable, knowledgeable and healthy.
A friendly, comfortable farmhouse set in a quiet location, enjoying magnificent views of Weardale in the North Pennines an Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty. Newlands Hall is the perfect place to relax and unwind as you enjoy panoramic views. Situated west of Durham city in open countryside Newlands Hall is the pefect retreat in Lower Weardale close to Wolsingham and Frosterley, an ideal location for visiting Bishop Auckland, Barnard Castle, Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Hexham and Newcastle
The Lambton Worm, Chester le Street, is the brewery tap for Sonnet 43 Brew House, a new microbrewery producing craft beer that is all taste and heart.
This newly renovated guest house is conveniently located just off the A1 Western Bypass, with easy access north and south bound, just opposite the Metro Centre. OWNERS DO NOT LIVE ON SITE SO ARRIVAL TIMES NEED TO BE PROVIDED TO FACILITATE EFFICIENT CHECK IN. Thanks
We are a pub renowned in Wolsingham and the surrounding areas for our food, drink and accommodation, our historical place within the community and our stunning interior and exterior aesthetics. We are perfect for meals with family, a drink with friends, or a quiet pint with a newspaper.
A Historically Unique Weardale Bed & Breakfast.
Self-contained Holiday Apartment sleeps four, one double bedroom, two single beds with small en-suite shower plus family shower room, fully equipped kitchen with dining table and living area, private patio and garden, barbecue, off street parking, iron and ironing board, laundry service on request, hairdryer, electric car charging point, flat screen TV and free WIFI. and off street parking. Welcome pack on arrival
This 18th-century house is just 2 miles from the historic centre of Durham, and boasts free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. The University of Durham is a 10 minute drive away, and the shops and restaurants of the old city can be reached in 5 minutes drive.
The Old Mill Knitsley nestles in the valley surrounded by the rolling hills of County Durham, in the heart of the countryside ideally located for exploring the Cities of Durham and Newcastle or the local town of Corbridge, the 16th century Mill House and mill wheel provide a spectacular settling. The Old Mill has a destination restaurant and gastro public house serving meals seven days a week and located adjacent are the six superb recently refurbished guest suites.
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Home-cooked food is served in The Garden House Inn’s wooden-beamed, contemporary restaurant and a roaring open-fire features in the bar. Each stylish en suite room features a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a hairdryer.
Hotel Express, located 1.2 miles from Newcastle City Centre and around 20 minutes away from the Airport, We are in an ideal location for those who want to experience what Newcastle has to offer in terms of shopping and night life The Hotel has well equipped economy room’s ideal for those on a budget, working in the area or just wanting a weekend break, we have a variety of luxury rooms at low cost prices, Televisions and complimentary WiFi available for all guests
The Duke of Wellington Inn is nestled in the Tyne valleys village of Newton just off the A69 near Corbridge, within easy access to Newcastle, Hadrian’s Wall Country, Hexham and Northumberland’s National Park. The inn has recently reopened following an extensive refurbishment.
The Travellers Rest offers a warm welcome and high standards of hospitality to all. Fine food and drink can be enjoyed in the bar or in our cosy restaurant and we are open all day. .