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NEWLANDS HALL, FROSTERLEY,
 BISHOP AUCKLAND, COUNTY DURHAM DL13 2SH
Phone +44(0)1388 529233 
email
carol@newlandshall.co.uk                

The beauty of Weardale is that everything is in easy reach either by car, bike or foot.
DiscoverWeardale.com

From Newlands Hall there are numerous places to explore 
ranging from the high wild fells of Weardale and Teesdale, to pretty villages, market towns and the beautiful University City of Durham, with its cathederal, castle and medieval streets. 
Below are just a few idea of places to visit.

Leading Durham visitor attractions, from museums to farms, and railways to castles, are offering great value deals online just visit http://www.visitcountydurham.com/site/durham-deals

North of England trike tours offers our guests the chance to experience northern England's best countryside and coastline on board our 1400 cc 3 seater chauffeured trike .Taking a chauffeured trike tour with North of England trike tours is an experience like no other, Touring Durham City, the stunning Durham Dales of Weardale & Teesdale, Northumberland , Yorkshire & the Lake district.Our chauffeured trike tours every national park in Northern England..Why not buy a North of england trike tours gift voucher and add lunch at the UK s highest inn, Tan hill, or perhaps a tour of the Black sheep brewery or a ride around Hadrians wall, Kielder water ,Holy Island or the Scottish borders. At North of England trike tours we offer you unlimited miles of tours and of pure enjoyment binging you closer to the spectacular countryside & coastline of the North. Full riding gear is provided, music is on board too and helmet have intercoms allowing you to chat to each other and your friendly driver as he points out places of interest on you journey through what is know as Englands last wilderness. If that wasnt enough for your complete convienience we have pick up points in every county. Durham, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, Yorkshire & Cumbria.So call North of England trike tours today, because the ride of your life...starts right here.. www.triketours.co.uk

Auckland Castle - historically the principle country residence of the Prince Bishops and now the official home of the Bishop of Durham.

http://www.auckland-castle.co.uk/

The Bowes Museum - offers a fascinating museum experience for all the family. Enjoy the greatest collection of European fine and decorative arts in the North of England and an acclaimed exhibition programme, alongside special events and children’s activities.

http://www.thebowesmuseum.org.uk

Diggerland - is the ultimate adventure park for all ages, where you can ride, drive and operate full size construction machinery.

http://www.diggerland.com

Durham Cathedral - the presant Cathedral has stood on this spot as a place of prayer and pilgrimage for over 900 years.  It is one of the most beautiful buildings in England, and part of a World Heritage Site.

http://www.durhamcathedral.co.uk

Escomb Church - dates from the 7th century. Much of stonework is Roman. Now restored, it is one of the finest examples of early Christian architecture in Northern Europe.
http://www.qlhs.org.uk/oracle/escomb/escomb.htm

Frosterley
 - a village of Saxon origin and famous for it's Frosterley marble which was used in the Chapel of Nine Altars in Durham Cathedral.

Hamsterley Forest
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Covering some 2000 hectares on the edge of Teesdale and Weardale, Hamsterley Forest provides many opportunities for outdoor activities with forest walks, nature trails, orienteering courses and mountain bike routes.
http://www.hamsterley-trailblazers.co.uk/mtb.htm

Killhope Wheel - a visit to the Dale would not be complete without a visit to Killhope Wheel and Lead Mining Centre, to sample the harsh reality of life in a 19-century mine, and follow the nature trail and see the Red Squirrels.
http://www.killhope.org.uk 

Stanhope - a stone built town standing on the northern bank of the River Wear. The parish church of St.Thomas is well worthy of a visit especially to see the 250 million year old fossilised tree which you can find in the church grounds. The Durham Dales Centre is based here with its Information Centre, Craft Shops and Tea Rooms.
http://www.durhamdalescentre.co.uk

Weardale Museum and High House Chapel - a small museum depicting Weardale life in the 19th century. The adjoining High House chapel is the oldest purpose built Methodist Chapel still holding weekly services.
Wolsingham - is a little town in Lower Weardale where the river leaves the hills of West Durham. Here you can find a range of small shops, pubs and recreational facilities including an indoor swimming pool. Wolsingham Show, reputed to be the oldest agricultural show in England, is held the first weekend in September.

 

FARM SHOPS

Bradley Burn Farm Shop & Cafe  Wolsingham
open 10am - 5pm Daily closed Tuesday        01388 529488   http://www.bradleyburn.co.uk

Broom Mill Farm Shop, Tearoom and Visitor Attraction            West Auckland    open 7 days a week    01388 834564  http://www.broommillfarm.co.uk

Brockbushes farm Stocksfield Northumberland
open daily 9.30am - 5.30pm  01434 633100

Archers Jersey Icecream Palour
 
Walworth Gate Darlington
open daily 10am - 5pm
EATING OUT

The Black Bull Inn  Frosterley      01388 527784
The Cross Keys Hamsterley        01388 488457
Black Bull Wolsingham                 01388 527332
The Duke of York Fir Tree            01388 767429
The Fir Tree Hotel Fir Tree           01388 762161
Helme Park Hall Hotel Tow Law    01388 730970