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Fondant & Apron Strings
#2 of 5 things to do in Stanhope
This is a lovely little cake shop serving homemade cakes and tea, coffee and soft drinks.
Lovely toasted sandwiches and gorgeous cakes all served with happy faces!
Weardale Open Air Swimming Pool
#4 of 5 things to do in Stanhope
Durham Dales Centre
#5 of 5 things to do in Stanhope
This little centre is just perfect for stopping off to have a tea break and look at some of the gift shops, buy some gifts for Christmas and country items, post cards by Peter Elliot showing the wonderful landscap...
Good parking facilities, clean toilets, nice little gift shops with lots of local crafts and gifts.
Bowlees Visitor Centre Barnard Castle 9.1 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Barnard Castle
Visited after a delightful walk up to Gibsons Cave and Summerhill Force and before we did the dramatic walk to Low Force and High Force.11 of us were spending a family holiday based in Great Aspy so waterfalls wer...
... woods to low force then up to high force About a mile & a half each way a lovely day for a wonderful walk .Had a nice cup of tea and a good meal at Bowlees visitors centre a fantastic day out well worth a visit .
Derwent Reservoir Consett 7.8 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Consett
Set right on the boarder between County Durham and Northumberland the wild rugged countryside is breath-taking and there are lots of great footpaths.
Plenty of places to park some with charges some without, ample picnic areas, walk ways and access to the reservoir banks for anglers, also many seats strategically placed to take advantage of the views.
North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Bishop Auckland 0.1 mi away
#4 of 16 things to do in Bishop Auckland
The differing seasons of the year produce varying perspectives of beauty with the added attractions of a vast array of bird life.
For locally produced crafts there is a shop in the Durham Dales Centre, at The Forge in Allendale and opposite the White Monk Tearoom in Blanchland plus a new gallery in the centre of Alston.
Hall Hill Farm Durham 8.6 mi away
#5 of 36 things to do in Durham
... race!...plus, of course, many, many different types of farm animals and pets: goats, sheep, highland cattle, turkeys, donkeys, horses, llamas, alpacas, chicks, guinea pigs, rabbits etc etc. Spotlessly clean too.
Indoor and outdoor activities, animal petting and feeding; donkey rides, tractor trailer rides, an adventure playground, well equipped indoor soft play, a sledge ride, loads of animals to see; a brilliant puppet s...
Hamsterley Forest Hamsterley 7.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Hamsterley
I've read a few negative reviews about the car parking charge, and apparently it's £10 bank holiday weekends, but think it's great value if there's two or more in the car The Cafe has just reopened and must say it...
Once over that everything else is great there is loads for the kids close to the visitors centre with a Gruffalo trail and lots of play equipment.
High Force Waterfall Middleton in Teesdale 8.3 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Middleton in Teesdale
The location of High Force Waterfall is stunning, the walk from the car park to the waterfall is easy and has some great places to photograph the surrounding river and trees before you encounter the Waterfall in a...
Wonderful walk from High Force to Low Force on a lovely sunny day!! Parked in the car park opposite High Force and was greeted kindly by the gentleman behind the kiosk.
Eggleston Hall Gardens Eggleston 9.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Eggleston
... the winter they have a well chosen spot in beautiful surroundings and there is a lovely café in the main building which caters for everyone's needs well worth a visit especially when the garden is in full bloom
We called one day just to have a look round gardens.Has a great range of plants for anyone who is looking for a special plant it must be here.Also a very nice coffee shop with lovely staff will go again
The Weardale Museum & High House Chapel Ireshopeburn 7.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Ireshopeburn
If you have Weardale ancestors there is a very good Family History resource with lots of information.
Lots of family history resources, info about the lead mining in the area, Wesleyism & general everyday life.