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Tel code: 01833 | code search
Postcode: DL12 | code search
Population: 250
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Bowes is located in lovely Dales countryside four miles west of Barnard Castle, the village best known for its own castle that is home to a stunning collection of artworks, and for the Roman fort there... Read More.

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Ancient Unicorn (0.09 miles)

Ancient Unicorn

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Nestling high on the North Pennines, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, this historic 16th century coaching inn offers a traditional warm welcome. We serve excellent freshly cooked meals ... More

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Old Well Inn (3.78 miles)

Old Well Inn

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recently completely refurbished 17th century coaching inn nestled against the Castle wall and surrounded by antique shops, beautiful scenery, hills, rivers and historic houses. Real ale, great food and a ... More

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Marwood House (4.06 miles)

Marwood House
A grade II victorian building set in the delightful market town of Barnard Castle. Local towns within easy access are Darlington and Bishop Auckland. A central location with centre and castle nearby. The residene is ... More | visit website
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Strathmore Lawn East (4.09 miles)

Strathmore Lawn East
The Bed and Breakfast is beautifully decorated and each room consists with tea/coffee facilities, T.V in each room, central heating in all rooms and en-suite on most rooms and private washing facilities available. A hearty ... More | visit website
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Red Well Inn (4.41 miles)

Red Well Inn

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The Red Well is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty recenty refurbished to a high standard with a private carpark. We offer great food either in our retaurant ... More

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Lily Hill Farm (4.69 miles)

Lily Hill Farm
Lily hill is traditional Georgian farmhouse situated in quiet hamlet of Brignall, amidst wonderful views. 12 miles west of Scotch corner, 1 mile off A66. We are ideally situated for walking or touring dales. We ... More | visit website
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Jersey Farm Hotel (4.75 miles)

Jersey Farm Hotel

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A haven of peace and quiet, somewhere to relax enjoy good food good company and a memorable time. Jersey Farm Country Hotel has been owner run for over 28 years. From a ... More

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The Morritt (5.31 miles)

The Morritt

This beautiful hotel provides accommodation for holiday makers as well as those wanting to get away for weekend breaks. Diners are always welcome to eat in the 'a la carte' restaurant, bistro, bar or our ... More | Double Room: From 90 | visit website

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Rose & Crown Hotel (The) (5.35 miles)

Rose & Crown Hotel (The)
An award winning 18th century coaching inn located on the middle green in one of England's prettiest villages.

The inn has 12 bedrooms, all individually designed and with luxury bathrooms. Two of the rooms have ... More | Double Room: 140 | visit website
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Eggleston Hall (6.20 miles)

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