Crich House Bed & Breakfast

Address: 94 Galgate, Barnard Castle, Durham, England, DL12 8BJ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 94 Galgate, Barnard Castle, is near Bowes Museum, Raby Castle, and Egglestone Abbey.
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Travel Blogs from Barnard Castle

Upper Largo to Durham, England

A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 26, 2014

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... After the tour we had a light lunch at the cafe then drove onto Durham. The A1 was diverted at Berwick on Tweed via the A682 to where it joined the A1 just before Newcastle. Very nice farming areas with lots of hay making and sheep. Found the accommodation but no meals Sunday so had to walk 10 mins to a hotel. On coming back to the inn we had a great conversation with people in the ...

Why Nothing Makes Me Happier

A travel blog entry by emilyfrederick on Oct 09, 2014

I'm not sure what it is that compels me to travel, but "compels" seems to be the right word for it: something seemingly outside my very self drives, pushes, makes necessary. When I first went abroad, at the numerical age of twenty but the life experience age of far younger, I felt the urge to see new things, to experience everything this world has to offer. This seemed as necessary to me as breathing, and utterly confusing to an impressionable young woman. ...

Countryside and Humankind

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Sep 25, 2014

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... times, but they have walks for every fitness level, and you see lots of super fit older people setting out for the next leg of their journey. There are recommended pubs and tea houses to rest at along the way, and b&bs in every town to get a good nights sleep in. Instead of attempting part of the Cumbria Way, we walked to the top of Hoad's Hill, where there is a monument Lighthouse atop. The views out over the paddocks, lakes and Ulverston town ...

Lots of Driving

A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Sep 24, 2014

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... for our luggage, with a big shove Space for us and the kids was good. We set off, jerkily, up the M1 to York around 3.5 hours later. This old walled city still has some streets dating back to the 13th century. We walked round the walls of the city and made our way back to the car to head to Castle Howard which was the setting for Brideshead Revisited. We were a bit late to get ...

An amazing day on the moors

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 23, 2014

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I was planning to say that this was the best day ever, had the most fantastic walk, lots of hard work up and down, but the views were stunning, and the scenery totally different from all that has gone before. However, it all changed in the last hour when it actually started to rain - we ignored it for a while but in the end I did put on my poncho as it was getting so cold high up on our heights. Plus, to add to our discomfort, our path came to this immense clump of rocks - the Wain ...