StanleyCopyright Gordon Fenwick

Stanley is a small town that like many others in its district was once mainly known for coal-mining, that history including a terrible disaster in 1909. Beamish Open Air Museum is close by, likewise three 18-hole golf courses... Read More

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South Causey Inn

South Causey Inn
Welcome to South Causey Inn and Equestrian Centre, nestled in the beautiful Beamish Valley with tranquil surroundings, this is the rural gateway to traditional North Eastern hospitality. Our stone built and newly re-furbished Inn has ... More | visit website

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Beamish Hall (1.44 miles)

Beamish Hall

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17th Century Beamish Hall Hotel is located in a secluded and picturesque setting near to the historic city of Durham. Next door to Beamish Museum, the hotel has individually designed bedrooms ... More

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Chapel House Apartments (1.84 miles)

Chapel House Apartments
Chapel House overlooks age-old countryside, a welcome escape from the rigors of modern city living. The four centrally heated studio apartments form part of a recently converted Methodist Chapel. Each double studio has ... More | visit website
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Beamish Park Hotel (1.97 miles)

Beamish Park Hotel

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The Beamish Park Hotel is the perfect retreat for both business and leisure guests. The Hotel is family owned and operated, with friendly staff to ensure you feel more than welcome ... More

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Beamish Park Hotel (1.97 miles)

Beamish Park Hotel
If you're looking for hotels in Newcastle, Beamish Park Hotel is one of two hotels close to Newcastle city centre and is an ideal location, whether business or holiday. Of the two hotels, Beamish park ... More | visit website
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Three Arch Cottage (2.45 miles)

Three Arch Cottage

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A charming rural retreat yet only 5 miles from Gateshead's Metro Centre and its huge variety of shops, eating places and cinema, this traditional converted granary certainly ... More

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East Byermoor Guest House (3.50 miles)

East Byermoor Guest House

Countryside Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Whickham, Newcastle upon Tyne. Make yourself at home... and we will try to make you feel at home. By being flexible and accommodating, we aim to make your stay ... More | visit website

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Park Farm Hotel (3.91 miles)

Park Farm Hotel
The 17th century stables have been sympathetically converted into five contemporary mezzanine suites which have a light spacious feel and feature the original beams. The single storey barn has been converted into three spacious, classically ... More | visit website
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The Plough Inn (3.92 miles)

The Plough Inn
The Plough Inn has recently been refurbished to it's true character of a classy country pub. The restaurant is warm and friendly offering a wide range of home cooked food and home baked pies. There is ... More | visit website
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Kings Head (4.04 miles)

Kings Head
An imposing Pub located adjacent the picturesque village green. A family run Hotel and pub. We have 6 en-suite rooms shower rooms which have been stylishly designed. Double rooms have a giant 6 foot beds, twin rooms ... More | visit website
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Ravensworth Arms (4.39 miles)

Ravensworth Arms

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The Ravensworth Arms stands on the site of Clubdon Hall, and takes it's name from the nearby Ravensworth Castle. The pub can boast a wealth of literary connections: Lewis Carroll ... More

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