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Bed & Breakfast

Dales Farm Upper Weardale

Category: Bed & Breakfast
Area: Northumberland Show all
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 br / br / br / br / Being located in the high Pennines we have on our doorstep fantastic walking and cycling (we are just 2 miles off the C2C cycle route). A short car ride will take you to Hadrian s Wall and the Lake District via Hartside Pass which on a clear day will give you unbelievable views of the Eden Valley and in the distance the northern and eastern fells of Lakeland and the Solway Firth br / br / br / br / We are an upland smallholding (just under 10 acres) with the oldest part of the house dating back many hundreds of years. Over the years the house has been occupied by lead miners (the main industry in this part of the Pennines in the 18th and 19th Century) who were also subsistance farmers to support and feed their families whilst mining. br / br / br / br / This mix of farming with other industries has continued to the present day on small holdings such as Dales Farm. Our farm currently breeds black wensleydale sheep for their wool (the finest and most sought after wool produced by any native sheep) as well as offering the beauty of Weardale to those who wish to sample its delights. br / br / br / br / Dales Farm offers br / br / br / br / Luxury accommodation br / br / Spectacular views br / br / Local attractions in three counties on the doorstep - County Durham Cumbria and Northumberland br / br / Secure parking and cycle store br / br / Outdoor activities - walking fishing and shooting br / br / Local produce br / br / Just off the C2C cycle route at its mid point br / br / Environmentally friendly
Area Description Hexham - Road: From Hexham take the B6305 signposted Allendale follow the road to the junction of the B6304 and bear left until this joins the B6295 and continue on to Allendale. Continue through Allendale to Allenheads and follow the road up and over the Northumberland/County Durham border. Continue on for approximately 1.5 miles and we are the first house on the left after the village sign of Cowshill br/ br/ Haydon - Road: From the A69 at Haydon take the A686 signposted Alston at Langley on Tyne take the B6295 towards Allendale continue through Allendale to Allenheads and follow the road up and over the Northumberland/County Durham border. Continue on for approximately 1.5 miles and we are the first house on the left after the village sign of Cowshill br/ br/ Wolsingham - Road: Follow the A689 from Wolsingham through Stanhope towards Alston on passing through the village of Cowshill follow the road round at the top of the hill by the war memorial signposted Allendale (B6295). We are the first house on the right approximately 100 yards from the junction. br/ br/ Alston - Road: Take the A689 from Alston through the village of Nethead and pass the Killhope Mine and Museum. Carry on through the village of Lanehead. At the junction of the A689/B6295 turn sharp left up the hill. We are the first house on the right approximately 100 yards from the junction.
Amenity Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout,Car parking available onsite,Iron And Board In Each Room,Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas,Bar

Location

DL13 1AD, Cowshill

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