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Hotels in Middleton-in-Teesdale

Teesdale Hotel
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Middleton-in-Teesdale
County Durham

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We are conveniently located in the quaint stone built country village of Middleton-in-Teesdale which is situated in the heart of the magnificently beautiful Upper Teesdale, historically the most northerly of the famous Yorkshire Dales, in the heart of the High Pennines, at the gateway to the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural beauty and the jewel in Northumbria's crown.The Teesdale Hotel, a tastefully modernised, family-run, old coaching hotel whose fine stone-built exterior and archway display much olde-world charm.

It has the benefit of a warm, friendly atmosphere, log fires, pleasant surroundings, superb food, excellent accommodation and extremely well-furnished en-suite bedrooms. An added advantage is the ample parking found to the rear by passing through the stone archway as did the coaches of old.

Surrounded by dramatic waterfalls and other landforms, as well as numerous nearby historic buildings including castles, abbeys and museums, we provide the ideal base for a holiday.

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