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Local Attractions

Durham Dales Centre

Durham Dales Centre

7.0 miles away

The Centre is a high quality attraction and enables visitors to enjoy the Centre, the rest of Stanhope, Weardale and the North Pennines.

For visitors/tourists, the Centre is a destination, comprising TIC, refreshments, toilets, car parking, and retail element. It is also a ‘gateway’ to elsewhere and a service facility.


Killhope Wheel and Lead Mining Museum

Killhope Wheel and Lead Mining Museum

19.0 miles away

Find out more about this years exhibitions. See Killhope's virtual exhibition - this is a fantastic new resource which shows pictures and description of Killhope core collections.

Some are held in the archive and can not be seen even on a visit to Killhope. Killhope's handling collection is as always on display and a visit to Killhope is a must to see and handle them!

Find out what exhibitions have been at Killhope in previous years!


Hamsterley Forest

Hamsterley Forest

6.0 miles away

2000 hectares of mixed woodland lying between the Wear and Tees valleys on the edge of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

With waymarked walks, cycle routes and horse riding trails, all levels of fitness and ability are catered for. Follow all that exercise with a snack or slice of lovely homemade cake in our tearoom and a browse around the gift shop and visitor centre.


Beamish Museum

Beamish Museum

13.0 miles away

Beamish Museum brings the past alive, allowing you to experience what life was really like in this great region in the early 1800s and 1900s.

 


Raby Castle

Raby Castle

14.0 miles away

Located in Staindrop, Darlington, Raby Castle is a medieval castle that provides a wonderful day out for all the family.

After a busy day exploring, why not relax in their traditional tea rooms.


Barnard Castle

Barnard Castle

19.0 miles away

Barnard Castle is a historic market town.  Care of the English Heritage, the castle was built in 1125 and is open to the public.

 


Wolsingham Village

Wolsingham Village

1.0 miles away

Wolsingham sits at the confluence of the River Wear and Waskerley Beck. It is a Saxon settlement and one of the first market towns in County Durham, deriving its name from Waelsingas or Sons of Wael an ancient Saxon family that once resided there. The earliest known record of the town is to be found in Reginald of Durham's Life of Godric where it is stated that the Saint lived there for almost 2 years about 1120 AD with Elric the hermit .


Durham City

Durham City

15.0 miles away

This historical market town and its Cathedral are well worth a visit.



This was a wonderful visit. The house was furnished to be modern, welcoming and beautiful. This, in combination with the majestic and peaceful setting of the Durham Dales made it the perfect accommodation for an enjoyable and relaxing stay. Many thanks for the effort you put into thr house and then for making us feel so at home here!
The Evans Family , Bournemouth


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