Lily Hill Farm

Address: Brignall, Barnard Castle, Durham, England, DL12 9SF, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on Brignall, 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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      The Lambton Hounds Inn, Durham. Weather was fine and windy Left Upper Largo and drove towards Edinburgh. Driving across the Forth Road Bridge was very windy, high vehicles were banned from crossing. Gusts of wind blew our car. Found the Royal Britannia Yacht after using the IPad. Did a tour of the yacht which was very interesting. The royal areas were very well done but not ...

      Why Nothing Makes Me Happier

      A travel blog entry by emilyfrederick on Oct 09, 2014

      ... with that urge to see new things, experience new worlds, “suck all the marrow out of life,” that I feel truly at home. It’s a strange addiction, and I’m not suggesting that it is better or worse than living a settled life. I come from an amazing home with family and friends who are very dear to me. However, in my time on this earth, I’ve learned to appreciate that one can have both roots and wings. And that nothing makes me ...

      Countryside and Humankind

      A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Sep 25, 2014

      4 photos

      ... landmarks were. It is also near impossible to find an actual map of the route. The maps provided are either too broad, or are almost hand-drawn so not wholly reliable. The other strange thing about the walks is the fact you enter people's property. I knew this about walks around Britain, and to be fair, in outback Australia you drive through whole cattle stations without even realising, and eat at roadhouses that are somewhere between a person'a house ...

      Lots of Driving

      A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Sep 24, 2014

      5 photos

      ... evening we joined cousins Stuart and Maureen for tea. Stuart is a professor in history at Sunderland University and Maureen a social worker. Despite only having met 3 times it has been very easy to pick up from the previous 10 years.
      The next day we were off to the Lakes district to drink in the chocolate box scenery, there and on the way. It was stunning with leaves just starting ...

      An amazing day on the moors

      A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 23, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... and steep descent, but because we were confident of our path all felt good. We walked 21.3 kms and did work hard!! So all was going swimmingly until it rained and we couldn't work out the rocks- and I don't even have a photo of them as by then it was raining and I had put the camera, phone and other stuff in a plastic bag in my backpack so you will just have to imagine them...they are impressive - massive and perched high on the top of a hill, or perhaps a plateau! Google Wain Stones ...