Late Availability at Caroline Cottage: Saturday 10th November – Saturday 17th November
7 nights only £295
To book email [email protected]
Late deal offers available!!!
Saturday 23rd September 2017 – 7 nights now only £350
Saturday 10th November 2017 – 7 nights now only £250
Saturday 24th November 2017 – 7 nights now only £250
To book contact Gillian on 07903 270168 or email [email protected]
Lovely walks around Caroline Cottage, Romaldkirk, Teesdale.
A weeks stay from only £87.50 per person based on 4 sharing. Dog Friendly!
If you want to stay in this beautiful part of the UK, we still have dates available during the summer. To check the latest prices and availability please visit www.caroline-cottage.co.uk or contact us to find out more.
Brilliant programme about the Pennine Way on Friday night. If you missed it here is a link to the iPlayer feed.
The Pennine Way is a new four part documentary series celebrating the 50th anniversary of the stunning Pennine Way, presented by polar adventurer and ocean diver Paul Rose.
If you want to stay in this beautiful part of the UK, we still have a few weeks available during the summer. To check the latest prices and availability please visit www.caroline-cottage.co.uk or contact us to find out more.
Annual Orchid Show featuring Garden Plant Sale
Date: Sunday 3rd May 2015 until Monday 4th May 2015
Venue: Raby Castle, Staindrop, DL2 3AH
Opens: 11.00 to 17.00
Cost: Adult: £6, Concession £5, Child (under 15): £2.50
Contact: Raby Castle Tel: 01833 660202
Email: [email protected]
The Annual Orchid Show at Raby Castle, now in its 15th year, will feature a spectacular display of beautiful Orchids including exotic hybrid species. Visitors will have the opportunity to talk to the experts, attend lectures and demonstrations for advice on how to make the most of their orchids. A handpicked selection of local plant nurseries will also be in attendance, selling garden plants from the Coach Yard in the grounds Raby Castle in a new addition to the Orchid Show. The show at Raby has become one of the most significant orchid shows in the north. The North East of England and Darlington Orchid Societies along with the Orchid Society of Great Britain will be in attendance, as well as orchid growers and sellers from around England and Europe.
This dramatic medieval castle, built by the mighty Nevill family has been home to Lord Barnard’s family since 1626. Set within a large deer park, with delightful rolling landscape and walled gardens it is by far one of the most impressive castles in England. Uncover history in the halls and chambers which house fabulous interiors, art collections and dramatic architecture. Open to the public between May and September each year, with special events throughout the season.
The Durham Dales, incorporating Teesdale and Weardale, is a peaceful and tranquil landscape of moors and hills, valleys and meandering rivers, dotted with picturesque villages and market towns. Part of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the Durham Dales truly is a special place and the perfect choice for your next holiday of exploration.
The green and tranquil town of Stanhope in Weardale is at the heart of the Durham Dales, and is home to the Durham Dales Centre where you will find craft shops a plenty and an award-winning tea room.
Visit High House Chapel, the world’s oldest Methodist Chapel still in continuous weekly use, and the Weardale Museum – a small independent folk museum where visitors can discover what life was like in Weardale in the 19th Century.
Take the pleasant woodland walk to High Force, the highest unbroken fall of water in England, where the River Tees spectacularly drops 21 metres – an awe-inspiring sight! Barnard Castle in Teesdale is another idyllic market town, and is home to The Bowes Museum, a magnificent French-style château which houses one of the greatest collections of fine and decorative arts in an array of stunning galleries. Nearby Raby Castle, built in the 14th Century, is one of the finest medieval castles in England. Set in 250 acre deer park with beautiful walled gardens, Raby is a must-visit.
Killhope, the North of England Lead Mining Museum, is a multi-award-winning Victorian Museum and the most complete lead mining site in Great Britain. It features a huge working water wheel and visitors can experience the life and work of lead mining families and put on hard hats to descend into the mine to take a tour underground – an unforgettable experience.
And don’t miss Hamsterley Forest – a fantastic adventure playground of woodland with walks, cycle routes and horse riding trails open to all. A mountain-bikers dream, visitors can hire bikes in the forest and tackle a range of rides to suit all abilities.
When it’s time to refuel, you’ll find great places to eat along the way, from tempting treats in market town tearooms, to hearty countryside meals in traditional country pubs, it’s all on the menu in the Durham Dales.
Beamish Georgian Fair
Join Beamish for all the fun of this bustling fair. Be entertained by traditional performers and musicians, watch craftspeople demonstrate their skills, browse the market stalls, see farmhands at work, meet the animals — and will you be chosen at the Squire of Pockerley’s hiring fair?
- Thursday: 10:00 – 17:00
- Friday: 10:00 – 17:00
- Saturday: 10:00 – 17:00
- Sunday: 10:00 – 17:00
For more information call 0191 370 4000 or 0191 370 4001.
Interested in staying in a beautiful, character-rich two bedroom holiday cottage in the picturesque village of Romaldkirk? Visit www.caroline-cottage.co.uk. Various dates available from £79 per person per week (based on 5 sharing).