Hill House East Country B&B
Come and be spoilt at our Country Bed and Breakfast. Set in the heart of Weardale, we have fabulous views of this 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'.
We have two rooms for guests; a double and a twin, and a cosy living room with a log stove to relax in. There is a bathroom for guest use only, which includes a shower cubicle, bidet and a nice big bath. Tea & coffee facilities in each room. We make our own bread and home baking and use eggs from our very spoilt hens; choose from our extensive full cooked English breakfast menu (below) for a sumptuous breakfast to set you up for a day in beautiful Weardale and surrounding area. Packed lunches and a hearty, homemade 'Country Supper' are available if ordered in advance
There is a lot of wonderful countryside nearby, or it is a short drive to Stanhope (with its steam railway) and Killhope Lead Mine Museum or a short hop over the hill to the picturesque town of Middleton-in-Teesdale. A little further afield is the city of Durham, with its magnificent Cathedral.
Excellent terrain for cycling or walking or exploring by car. We are situated on the Wainwright 'Pennine Journey' long distance walk and we are happy to pick up luggage or walkers and transfer them to/from their next stage of the walk and provide packed lunches.
We charge a flat rate of £40.00 per person per night; there is no extra charge for single occupancy
Discount to £35.00 per night for stays of 3 nights or more.
Starters: Orange or Apple Juice, Fresh Grapefruit and/or Prunes
Cereals: Selection of Breakfast Cereals and/or Porridge
Cooked breakfast: Bacon Rashers, Pork Sausages, Fresh Tomatoes, Fresh Mushrooms, Potato Cakes, Heinz Baked Beans ,Eggs courtesy of ‘The Girls’ (boiled, fried, scrambled, poached or omelettes)
Toasted Home Made Bread (Wholemeal or White), Butter, Traditional Marmalade, Jam and Honey
Freshly Made Coffee - with Cold or Hot Milk
Carol and John Graham
||Hill House East
||01388 517 145
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This page was last updated: 09 March 2013