Low Urpeth Farm

Historic Farm in Durham, County Durham

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Chester le Street, Nr Beamish
County Durham

Low Urpeth Farm, Durham

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Accommodation Description:

A large traditionally-furnished family home on a farm, offering superb, 4 star silver award rated accommodation in large spacious en suite rooms. We have a range of accommodation from ensuite rooms in the farmhouse to self catering cottages (sleeps 4 persons per cottage). Email or call direct to find out more about the other types of accommodation available.

Low Urpeth Farm is a large traditionally furnished family home on arable farm offering accommodation of the highest standards, we offer 4 star silver award accomodation. We have a wide range of accommodation available including ensuite bedrooms in the farmhouse and self catering cottages (sleeps 4) available. Each bedroom in the B&B has comfortable chairs, a selection of magazines and books, hairdryers, bathrobes, Wifi internet access available, colour television (with dvd and freeview), tea and coffee making facilities.

Our location is perfect for Beamish Museum, County Cricket at Chester le Street, Tanfield Railway, Durham City, Sunderland, Gateshead and Newcastle. Newcastle is just 5 miles away where you can visit the Sage or Baltic. The historic city of Durham is located just 10 miles away.

You can also see the county cricket at Chester le Street which is just 3 miles away. It's also a great location for shopping as the Metro Centre and Newcastle's Eldon Square as they are only 10 and 15 minutes away from Low Urpeth. We pride ourselves on the quality of our accommodation and also upon the quality of our tradional English breakfasts.

Other ensuite rooms/self catering cottages are available.

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