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Cafe 1618
"What a great place to eat, the food was superb and the service excellent. Not only a cafe but a bar and bistro if you fancy something stronger than tea.

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The Forresters Hotel & Restaurant
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Middleton-in-Teesdale is a large village, situated between Eggleston and Newbiggin, a few miles northwest of Barnard Castle, on the northern side of Teesdale in County Durham in north east England. Located on the Pennine Way about nine miles from High Force, a stunning waterfall on the upper course of the river Tees,, formed where the tees crosses the Whin Sill, the rock system on which Hadrian’s Wall was built. The town lies within an area of the Moors dominated by Scots Pine. Kirkcarrion, which lies to the south of the village, is one of Teesdales major Bronze Age burial sites, a copse of pine trees surrounded by a stone wall, on a hilltop – the trees covering a tumulus said to be the burial place of a Bronze Age chieftain. The original settlement became a small, market town and further expanded in the early part of the nineteenth century when the London Lead Company moved its northern headquarters from Blanchland to Middleton. Its days as a company town are still evident by the architecture of buildings such as Middleton House, which was formerly the company’s headquarters. And the School, now an outdoor centre, as well as a number of company houses. It also served as the terminus for a railway line that ran from Barnard Castle, until this was closed as part of the Beeching Axe.


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Cafe 1618
Teesdale Hotel
The Forresters Hotel & Restaurant


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Teesdale Hotel (0.21 miles)

Teesdale Hotel

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 ... More | visit website

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The Forresters Hotel & Restaurant (0.25 miles)

The Forresters Hotel & Restaurant

The Forresters Hotel & Restaurant is located in the centre of the attractive little town of Middleton in Teesdale. The town is on the Durham side of the river at the point where ... More | visit website

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Whitbridge (1.22 miles)


Lovely 4 Star Rated late Georgian former farmhouse- Sleeps 8/10 In 2.5 acres of private grounds with glorious Teesdale views Furnished to a high standard. Accommodation comprises: Four en suite bedrooms, 2 with king ... More | visit website

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Strathmore Arms (2.56 miles)

Strathmore Arms

The Strathmore Arms is well known to locals and to many travellers, though its semi remote location and being on a no through road means that you have to be going there for a reason.
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Eggleston Hall (3.17 miles)

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Rose & Crown Hotel (The) (3.44 miles)

Rose & Crown Hotel (The)
An award winning 18th century coaching inn located on the middle green in one of England's prettiest villages.

The inn has 12 bedrooms, all individually designed and with luxury bathrooms. Two of the rooms have ... More | visit website
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Ancient Unicorn (7.90 miles)

Ancient Unicorn

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Nestling high on the North Pennines, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, this historic 16th century coaching inn offers a traditional warm welcome. We serve excellent freshly cooked meals ... More

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Red Well Inn (8.05 miles)

Red Well Inn

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The Red Well is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty recenty refurbished to a high standard with a private carpark. We offer great food either in our retaurant ... More

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Marwood House (8.28 miles)

Marwood House
A grade II victorian building set in the delightful market town of Barnard Castle. Local towns within easy access are Darlington and Bishop Auckland. A central location with centre and castle nearby. The residene is ... More | visit website
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Strathmore Lawn East (8.32 miles)

Strathmore Lawn East
The Bed and Breakfast is beautifully decorated and each room consists with tea/coffee facilities, T.V in each room, central heating in all rooms and en-suite on most rooms and private washing facilities available. A hearty ... More | visit website

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