Welcome to Slaley Rose & Crown, the pub/restaurant owned by the local community it serves. It is a Grade 2 listed building dating back to 1675. There are log fires and a warm welcome in winter and a beer garden with views over the surrounding countryside for the summer. Whether your interest is playing golf, walking or cycling, visiting the many local tourist attractions, fine dining or simply relaxing, the R&C is your ideal base. Enjoy our refurbished B&B en-suite rooms upstairs above the Pub.
29 properties in or near to Stanhope, Durham
Brunswick House is a charming stone built Teesdale village guest house, dating from 1760, offering luxury bed and breakfast accommodation and scrumptious evening meals. The guest house overlooks the Market Place Green in Middleton-in-Teesdale, which is a thriving village set amidst the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Andrew and Sheila have been warmly welcoming guests to Brunswick House since 1989.
Plum Tree Cottage is a delightful barn conversion nestled on the banks of the river Wear between Low Barns nature reserve one of the region’s most important wildlife sites and the picturesque historic village of Witton-le-Wear. This stunning little cottage sits in an elevated position on a private half acre site conveniently situated within easy reach of the region’s most beautiful scenery historic sites and many attractions.Plum Tree is a beautifully appointed one bedroom two showeroom cottage
A warm welcome awaits you at The Old Post Office; luxurious rooms, comfort and delicious food in a charming characterful bed & breakfast. completed. Situated in rural Co Durham, only 7 miles from Durham city, Lanchester is a picturesque 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.
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. .
Hamsteels Hall cottages (Four Star grading) are in the grounds of Hamsteels Hall which is a b&b. They are very spacious bungalows with modern amenities, and panoramic views over open countryside. Recently converted stone farm buildings. Each cottage has off road parking at the rear, french windows opening onto south facing patio. The owners live on site and are ready to help or assist in any way to make your holiday enjoyable. Only 10 minutes drive into Durham City, Park and Ride is nearby
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.
A Historically Unique Weardale Bed & Breakfast.
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.
The North Point Hotel is a tradional family run hotel with a modern flare throughout, located on the Wear Dale/Wear Valley boarder. Offering a warm and welcoming stay with a friendly atmosphere to guests and customers alike.
Low Cornriggs is a traditional working hill farm, parts of which date back over 200 years. It is registered with Natural England as a site of Special Scientific Interest for its rare fauna and flora. Low Cornriggs Farm have won numerous awards for their fine food including the prestigious AA Pie Award - ten years in a row. All food is homemade with great care and using quality locally sourced produce. We rear our own hereford beef and lamb fresh eggs from our chickens and Harry makes marmalade
Welcome to Ladywell House Bed and Breakfast in the attractive village of Hamsterely, Co Durham.
A delightful working farm in the heartland of Northumberland. Rye Hill Farm is close to the picturesque village of Corbridge, near the thriving market town of Hexham and within 30 minutes of Newcastle. The farm offers you the chance to see a small family livestock unit at work. Bed and Breakfast and camping are also available.The self catering cottage , The Old Byre, has good wheel chair acess and a ground floor bedroom.
Ashbrow is a beautiful 3 bedroom cottage with breathtaking views across the upper Pennines, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Originally a traditional Pennine farmhouse, the centrally heated cottage has retained traditional features, such as beams, stone floor and a recessed burning stove. There is a garden and patio for use of guests which also benefits from the stunning views.
Welcome to Stowhouse Farm Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Durham
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.
Dales Farm is a traditional stone farmhouse providing quality bed & breakfast accommodation situated in the stunning surroundings of Upper Weardale in the Northern Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Special Scientific Interest - an area often referred to as the last wilderness of England
Built in the 1800's, Westgate Manor has recently been renovated to an exceptional high standard. Standing in its own grounds surrounded by beautiful views of rolling hills, grazing sheep and hillside Dales cottages. A truly memorable and luxury experience awaits you during your stay at Westgate Manor. A friendly comfortable large home set in a quiet location only a five minute stroll from the village pub. The Manor has many period features and furnishings and uses local sourced quality produce.
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 Forresters Hotel & Restaurant is located in the centre of the attractive little town of Middleton in Teesdale about 7 miles from Barnard Castle. The village is also located on the Penine Way and close to the High Force Waterfall. Other local attractions include Raby Castle and the Bowes Museum and there are many cycle routes and walks in and around the area.