Nafferton Farm B&B
17th Century Farmhouse, rural location close to Durham City with its wonderful Cathedral and Castle, close to Northumbrian Coastline.
Enjoy wonderful peaceful location, wake up to a wonderful English Breakfast. Nafferton Farm is only a 5 minute drive from Durham City. Enjoy one of the many restaurants Durham has to offer, take a stroll along the river or take a boat trip down the river. Explore the cobbled streets, verdant riverbanks, charming courtyards and ancient towers; it is an undisputed gem of the North. Travel writer Bill Bryson certainly felt so.
The Cathedral houses the shrine of the most revered St Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne a the stronghold of the Prince Bishop who ruled the Palatinate of Durham like kings for over 800 years. While the Cityís mediaeval heritage lives on in its winding streets and alleyways, the Durham of today has embraced modern times with verve. It tumbles with designer boutiques, cosmopolitan restaurants and exotic delis, as well as all the familiar high street names, and its famous market.
Shopping at the near by Metro Centre spend all day window shopping, enjoy a meal, watch the world go by, spend a day at Beamish Museum, visit Hadrianís Wall, Raby Castle, The Bowes Museum with its famous silver swan. Or head to the Dales Upper Teesdale, with the wonderful High force water falls, enjoy a walk over the moors, County Durham has a lot to offer visitors, whether it is peace and relaxation, or walking, and long and short distance national cycle ways.
Durham has a lot to offer. Be inspired by the regionís rich history; be impressed by the regionís castles, and country houses. So weather you seek the buzz of the City or just want to get away from it all or perhaps a mix of both, there is plenty to keep you happy in one of Englandís most varied, unspoilt and undiscovered regions.
||Mrs Sandra Fell
Nafferton Farm,Brancepeth,Durham,DH7 8EF
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