We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly. We support the following browsers:
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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
We stayed here as a group of Scout Leaders who were supervising groups of children doing DofE Expeditions (they camped in the field!) I can not fault Emma and Michael's hospitality. They offer superb home cooked food, a really warm welcome and lovely comfy beds....More
I need to book a wheelchair accessible twin room for myself and a friend, with en-suite facilities for 2 nights 12th - 14th June in or near Barnard Castle. My budget stretches to around £75 per night. It would be helpful to know exactly what disabled facilities are available, having been to hotels/guest houses in the area before that turned out to be non accessible to wheelchair users despite being assured beforehand that the establishments concerned were "fully" wheelchair accessible. This usually meant I could get my chair through the front door and not much further!
22 March 2016|
AnswerHide all answers
Are you sure you want to delete this question?
"We camped toward the bottom of their field as this was the farthest from the house, so that we didn't..."