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Tyne and Wear / Durham Family Rooms for 5, 6 or more in - Kids Stay Too

Tyne and Wear | Durham | North Pennines

Tyne and Wear
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Tyne and Wear

Tyne and Wear is situated in the north east of England around the the River Tyne and River Wear estuaries. It was once the largest ship building area in the world. The county has undergone significant regeneration since the closure of this traditional industry, creating new leisure, arts and cultural venues.Read More

Sunderland is a thriving city that has derived its prosperity from coal mining, shipbuilding, and glass making. It offers an excellent shopping area to tempt you as you explore its fine old Victorian streets.Read More

Where to Stay

Listed below are a selection of properties to meet all budgets and covering the Tyne and Wear area. All have rooms to fit a family of 5 plus, and are conveniently located near tourist attractions and amenities of the region.

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Balmoral & Terrace Guest Houses

  • Seafront Bed & Breakfast
  • Family room sleeps up to 5

The Balmoral and Terrace Guest Houses are a family run Bed & Breakfast located on the Roker Beach seafront. They are 2 miles from the Sunderland railway station, 2.2 miles from Sunderland city centre and 3 miles from the Fulwell Quarry Nature Reserve.

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Dukes Holiday Cottages

  • 3 cottages located on the outskirts of Newcastle
  • ‘No.3’ and ‘No.4’ cottages sleep up to 6
  • ‘Sycamore cottage’ sleeps up to 9

Dukes Cottages are located in the small friendly village of Backworth, on the outskirts of Newcastle. There is a convenience store, pub, and hairdressers close by and the beach is within easy access

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View over the rooftops of Durham city, the Durham Castle and Bishops palace and the towers and roofline of Durham Cathedral, the Durham UNESCO world heritage site.

View over the rooftops of Durham city, the Durham Castle and Bishops palace and the towers and roofline of Durham Cathedral, the Durham UNESCO world heritage site. Image credits to VisitEngland/Thomas Heaton (used with permission)

Durham

Durham is a lovely semi-rural county and is known as the ‘Land of the Prince Bishops’, due to its medieval domination by the church. The county has a mixture of mining and farming heritage, as well as a heavy railway industry. It is an area of regeneration and is now promoted as a tourist destination ideal for city breaks to coast and countryside escapes.Read More

The Durham Dales overflows with picturesque hills, rugged moorland, stunning valleys and meandering rivers. Visitors can enjoy the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is also a UNESCO Global Geopark. Attractions of the area include The Bowes Museum, Raby Castle and the High Force waterfall, one of the most spectacular waterfalls in England.Read More

Where to Stay

Listed below are a selection of properties to meet all budgets and covering the county Durham region. All have rooms to fit a family of 5 plus, and are conveniently located near tourist attractions and amenities of the region.

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Bogma Cottages

  • Cottages on a working farm just outside Durham
  • ‘The Shed’ cottage sleeps up to 9

The Bogma Cottages are situated on a working farm in Coxhoe, 6 miles south of Durham and 1 mile off the A1 motorway. They are located only a 10 minute drive from the city with its Cathedral, Castle and many other historical buildings.

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East Briscoe Farm Cottages

  • 5 Award winning cottages
  • 3 of the cottages sleep 5/6
  • Pool, hot tub, games room and kids play area

Award-winning East Briscoe Farm Cottages are situated in Baldersdale, 2 miles from the village of Cotherstone, and just 6 miles from Barnard Castle.

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Harrys House

  • Located on the outskirts of Durham
  • 3 Bedrooms sleeps up to 7

Harrys House is located in the village of Carrville, just 3 miles from the heart of the Cathedral City of Durham. This recently awarded 3 Star rating by Visit England accommodation is close to the local attractions which include the Beamish Open Air Museum, Crook Hall and Gardens and Adventure Valley. The nearest railway station is Durham City Centre approx. 4 miles away.

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Mews Cottage

  • 3 Bedroom cottage in village location
  • Sleeps up to 5

Mews Cottage is located in the picturesque village of Middleton-in-Teesdale, in the old mews courtyard of the Teesdale Hotel. It was originally a coaching inn with stables for 32 horses. From the cottage visitors may enjoy many walks, bird watching, fishing, historic castles and the highest waterfall in England. A short drive away is Alston, the highest market town

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Red Lion Cottage

  • 4 star rated cottage
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Sleeps up to 8

Red Lion Cottage is located in the heart of the beautiful Teesdale village of Cotherstone next to the family friendly Red Lion Pub. Public footpaths lead almost from the door into the surrounding countryside and down to the River Tees (5 minutes walk). There are walks for all abilities in the immediate area and beyond.

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The Teesdale Hotel

  • Bed & Breakfast 
  • Family room sleeps up to 5

The Teesdale is a family run, old 18th century Coaching Inn, elegantly modernised to retain its ‘olde worlde’ charm. It is located in the quaint stone built village of Middleton-in-Teesdale in the heart of the Durham Dales near Barnard Castle at the gateway to the North Pennines AONB Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District,

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Weardale Cottage

  • Cottage in village location
  • 2 bedrooms sleeps up to 5

Weardale Cottage is a 150 year old stone cottage located in the village of Westgate, Upper Weardale, in the Durham Dales, part of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is conveniently situated immediately behind Front Street in the village of Westgate, and is within 2 minutes walk of the local pub

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Whitbridge Cottage 

  • 4 star rated cottage
  • 3 bedrooms sleeps up to 6

Whitbridge Cottage is located on the edge of Mickleton village in the heart of Upper Teesdale. This 4 Star Gold award cottage is 2 miles away from the old market town of Middleton in Teesdale. It’s an ideal base for visitors to enjoy dramatic scenery including High Force, England’s highest waterfall.

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North Pennines

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Weardale Cottage

  • Cottage in village location
  • 2 bedrooms sleeps up to 5

Weardale Cottage is a 150 year old stone cottage located in the village of Westgate, Upper Weardale, in the Durham Dales, part of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is conveniently situated immediately behind Front Street in the village of Westgate, and is within 2 minutes walk of the local pub and the river Wear. It is ideally situated for exploring the county of Durham, Northumberland and Cumbria. Durham city is 30 miles and Newcastle upon Tyne is 35 miles away.

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