Out & About
Teesdale is a still a relatively undiscovered part of England, boasting some of the most fascinating attraction. The Bowes Museum in its wonderful setting, the unspoilt Raby Castle, maybe meander through the dales or experience Britain’s highest waterfall, High Force.
Jump in the car and travel less than an hour to find the cathedral city of Durham or the north’s colourful history recreated at The Beamish Open Air Museum. Enjoy the views and treasures of the Lake District, The rejuvenated East coast or excellent shopping at Europes largest indoor shopping complex, The Metro Centre.
Many challenging country golf courses, Exciting horse racing at Redcar, Sedgefield, Thirsk, Catterick, York, Newcastle etc.
Or if you just want to walk, take in the country over the North York moors, The Dales and the beautiful scenic countryside that surrounds The Jersey Farm Country Hotel.
Barnard Castle offers a host of family-run shops, famous for many anitque shops, some excellent pubs and the medieval ruins of the 12th Century Castle.
|Teesdale and High Force
Take a walk around Teesdale and the Waterfall at High Force.
The Bowes was designed and purpose-built as a public art gallery by the French architect Jules Pellechet and opened in 1892.
Built in the 14th century and home to Lord Barnard’s family since 1626, Raby is one of finest medieval Castles in England.
|Barnard Castle Golf Club
Peace, tranquillity and superb putting surfaces await when you arrive at Barnard Castle Golf Club. This easy walking, open parkland course is a picturesque spot, high above the River Tees, and presents stunning views of the surrounding Durham countryside.
Beamish is a living, working experience of life as it was in the Great North in the early 1800s and 1900s.
|Durham Cathedral City
In Durham City you will find historic buildings, museums, galleries, guided walks, Durham University, shopping and more.
Designated a World Heritage Site in 1987, Hadrian’s Wall ranks alongside the Taj Mahal and other treasures of the great wonders of the world.
|Yorkshire Dales and Richmond
Find out more about Yorkshire and Richmond and maybe Wensleydale cheese.
Shops, theatres, nightclubs, bars, hotels, galleries and lots more.
The Lake District National Park in the north-west of England is the largest English National Park.