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Newlands Hall
Frosterley
County Durham

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Newlands Hall provides exellent holiday accommodation in picturesque Weardale. Situated 1.5 miles from Wolsingham and Frosterley in Lower Weardale; Newlands Hall is in an ideal location for visiting Bishop Auckland; Barnard Castle; Darlington; Durham; Hexham and Newcastle. Carol and John look forward to welcoming you to their farmhouse where you can enjoy the peacefulness and beauty of Weardale in the heart of the North pennines. Newlands Hall is a 380 acre beef and sheep farm situated 18 miles west of Durham City. The area is ideal for walking; cycling or other outdoor activities and there is a wealth of places to visit. A short drive will take you to Newcastle; Gateshead and Holy Island on the North East coast.Newlands Hall is the perfect place to relax and unwind as you enjoy magnificent views from your bedroom.Both rooms have tea and coffee making facilities; mini fridge; colour television; clock radio alarm; hair dryer and towels.wakeup to the aroma of homebaked bread.Breakfast is served in the Dining room overlooking the larged walled garden. Watch the bird feeding and enjoy a hearty farmhouse breakfast cooked in the aga using local produce.

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