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East Underhurth Farm

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Forest In Teesdale, Barnard Castle DL12 0HB England
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#12 of 19 B&Bs / Inns in Barnard Castle
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Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, exceptional value for money situated on the pennine way.
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AMC wrote a review Mar 2020
5 contributions5 helpful votes
A lovely place to stop for the night, with a genuine hill farming family. Good conversation, pleasant company, super breakfast, wish I could have stayed longer and I will be back. My thanks to Michael for giving me a lift to the local transport hub to save me a walk in the rain, payment for grateful service and I would prefer to see that in their hands than a taxi company.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
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David S wrote a review May 2015
Stourbridge, United Kingdom39 contributions16 helpful votes
A very comfortable stay, welcomed into the home of a lovely hard working couple who were totally generous in making their home available to us as last minute arrivals. This is no standard B&B - much better than that it is a working farm in a magnificent setting, simply but comfortably furnished.
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Date of stay: May 2015
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dackstaystoday wrote a review Sep 2014
Norwich, United Kingdom16 contributions14 helpful votes
Stayed 3 times now. Once during the pennine way walk and twice on our travels. What a amazing place with great views. A working farm with great hard working owners that have always offered a very warm welcome. Cosy warm lounge with the log burner and comfortable settees. Will stay again soon. Full English breakfast that is superb. Thanks for the great bb.
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Date of stay: August 2014
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walker43 wrote a review Jul 2014
Merriott, United Kingdom61 contributions47 helpful votes
Stayed here for 2 nights while walking the Pennine Way last October (only just got around to writing about it - sorry!) I only planned to stay for the one night initially, but because of a local cycle race the next day there was absolutely nowhere to stay in Middleton-in-Teesdale at all. When I explained my dilemma, Mike kindly offered to pick me up when I got to Middleton and then drop me back the next morning so I could continue my walk to Langdon Beck. This is a working farm with sheep, cows, silver pheasants, ducks and all the associated activity and muck that goes with it. This farm will not give you 5 star luxury en-suite rooms, but it will give you a good welcome, hearty breakfasts, clean & comfortable rooms and bathrooms and a TV lounge. It also has an absolutely amazing location and two of the most down to earth and charming hosts. Very good value too! I will definitely stay again.
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Date of stay: October 2013
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Nick G wrote a review Apr 2014
Newcastle, United Kingdom11 contributions4 helpful votes
We were transferred to this B and B by the nearby Youth Hostel and were delighted with the result. Don't go here if you expect 5 star en-suite luxury but DO go here if you appreciate a warm welcome, clean and comfortable rooms, good food and the chance to see and talk about a working upland farm. Mike and Emma put themselves out for us, ensuring we were comfortable and making over their sitting room, with wood burning stove, to us for the evening. Yes there is a rough track and a muddy farm yard but that was part of the fun of the place.
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Date of stay: April 2014
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Frequently Asked Questions about East Underhurth Farm
Which popular attractions are close to East Underhurth Farm?
Nearby attractions include Barnard Castle (0.4 km), The Witham (0.4 km), and Firkin Alley (0.4 km).
Is parking available at East Underhurth Farm?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to East Underhurth Farm?
Conveniently located restaurants include Katie's Traditional Fish and Chips, Babul's, and Bengal Merchant.
Is East Underhurth Farm located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Barnard Castle.
Are pets allowed at East Underhurth Farm?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to East Underhurth Farm?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Church of St Romald (7.8 km), Saint Giles Church (5.7 km), and County Bridge (0.2 km).
Is East Underhurth Farm accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.