Riding Farm

Farmhouse in Low Eighton, Tyne and Wear

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Riding Lane Beamish
Low Eighton
Tyne and Wear
England
NE11 0JA

Riding Farm, Low Eighton

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Accommodation Description:

4 Star Silver Award bed and breakfast 10 minutes from Beamish Museum, Chester le Street and Durham County Cricket ground and Team Valley Trading Estate. Surrounded by countryside with Durham, Newcastle, Gateshead and Sunderland only 20 minutes away. we offer spacious ensuite bed and breakfast for upto 10 guests within 10 minutes of the A1M Ample secure parking .

Our breakfast will set you up for your day ahead special diets catered for A wide range of places to eat nearby An ideal base for visitors whether on business or pleasure surrounded by a network of footpaths and cycle ways so you can explore further delights of the North East such as Hadrians Wall Alnwick Gardens and the Northumberland Coast .

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