The Riding Farm

Farm in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear

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The Riding Farm, Riding Lane
Tyne and Wear
NE11 0JA

The Riding Farm, Gateshead

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4 Star Silver Award bed and breakfast for up to 6 persons and 3 self catering cottages all rooms are ensuite. Only 10 minutes from Beamish Museum Chester le Street and the A1M but surrounded by open countryside but within easy access to Durham Newcastle Gateshead and Sunderland a perfect base for exploring the North East or visiting family and friends.

Riding Farm Farm House provides 4 Star Silver Award bed and breakfast with 3 rooms all ensuite sleeping upto 6 persons our breakfast will set you up for your day ahead special diets are catered for. We also have 3 4 star self catering cottages all with ensuite bedrooms each cottage sleeping upto 4 persons The cottages all have double glazing and central heating, two en suite bedrooms, a fully fitted kitchen with microwave, cooker, washer/dryer, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, a separate cloakroom and hall, open music centre and a selection of videos, DVDs and CDs, private garden and patio furnished with table and chairs and ample parking. All our accommodation is spacious and comfortable with excellent furnishings ahome from home with a few added luxuries Surrounded by beautiful countryside with a network of footpaths and cycle ways, ideally located for business or pleasure only 10 minutes from the A1M perfect for Newcastle Gateshead Durham and Sunderland.

On our door step we have Beamish Museum The Angel of the North Chester le Street and Durham County Cricket Ground

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