Field View B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Yarm, County Durham

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Green Lane
County Durham
TS15 9EH

Field View B&B, Yarm

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Accommodation Description:

Field View is a warm and welcoming Bed and Breakfast located in the unique setting of the North Yorkshire countryside and within walking distance of the vibrant high street of Yarm. Our accommodation is decorated and furnished to a high modern standard and our friendly and helpful staff aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible.We also offer superb holiday apartments providing extra space and comfort

 3 star rating

From: £33.00

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