Bishop AucklandCopyright Trevor Littlewood

Bishop Auckland not unnaturally offers the Bishop’s Palace round which it grew, and the 800 acre park surrounding it, plus Auckland Castle and Binchester Roman Fort, just two of the many historic attractions in the district... Read More

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Parkhead Country Hotel

Parkhead Country Hotel
The Park Head Country Hotel and Restaurant is situated in the heart of County Durham and offers a warm friendly welcome at our family owned and run hotel.
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The Queens Head Hotel

The Queens Head Hotel
We offer the highest standards of accommodation, food and service all coupled with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The Queens Head Hotel is located opposite a picturesque market place just 2 minutes from Aukland castle, ... More | visit website
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The Castle Hotel

Situated within a few yards of the historic Auckland Castle, in the centre of Market Town in Bishop Auckland, The Castle Bar Hotel features a bar and free Wi-Fi. Durham is a 21-minute drive away. Spread ... More | visit website
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Park Head Hotel

Park Head Country Hotel and Restaurant is situated in the heart of County Durham and offers a warm, friendly welcome and free Wi-Fi in public areas and guestrooms. The spacious and comfortable en suite rooms are ... More | visit website
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The Bridge Inn

The Bridge Inn

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Offering a warm and friendly environment with excellent homemade food and extensive menus, this homely, traditional countryside inn is truly a place for all the family. The Bridge Inn is situated by ... More

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