Old Well Inn

Address: 21, The Bank, Barnard Castle, Durham, England, DL12 8PH , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 21, The Bank, Barnard Castle, is near Bowes Museum, Raby Castle, and Egglestone Abbey.
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    Travel Blogs from Barnard Castle

    Day 1 From Ripon to Chepstow

    A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Jun 01, 2015

    15 photos

    ... salad and a glass of red wine each. Oddly in Chepstow a 500 ml carafe of red wine costs £1.05 less than 2 x 250 ml glasses. You still get the glasses and a nice carafe to look at. Jo noticed - the Brennan instinct for a bargain! That done we returned to the Hotel, struggled with the wifi enabled camera and iPad. After a modest degree of success we retired to bed in anticipation of tomorrows ...

    From Medieval to Nuclear

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 25, 2015

    21 photos

    ... his son was born and died. For those who have been reading the blog you will know that we have been following the history of Richard III since we arrived in the UK and our visit here will complete our journey of significant locations tied to him.

    The castle was built in 1190 and not long after, came into the hands of the Neville family with the best known Neville being Richard Neville the “Kingmaker” the ...

    Goodbye Molly Malone, Hello Captain Cook.

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 22, 2015

    20 photos

    ... Captain Cook such as his school, which is now a museum, and the location of his house which was relocated to Melbourne and is now marked with a monument created from rocks from Australia. At this monument we all took the chance to touch a piece of Australia again. We then made our way to the cemetery and saw Captain Cooks' family plot where his mother, father, two sisters and brother is buried. Our walk around Great Ayton ...

    A little bit of background information

    A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on Apr 27, 2015

    2 photos

    ... Newcastle so we've tied the two holidays together but here lies the rub. I recently took voluntary redundancy after fifteen years of employment with Durham County Council, there were numerous reasons I decided to do this and anyone who knows me will know fine well I can't retire on the "winnings" but it is a calculated risk that I can have a few months break before finding another job with the bonus of a ...

    Yorkshire, People, Pasture and Planes.

    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Apr 19, 2015

    15 photos

    ... the fringes of the city was far too rich, and the park n ride that we finally chose was 1 to park and 5.40 return on the bus, right into the centre which was perfect. What a beautiful, and for the most part tranquil place. Yes we only did the historic centre, but wow, the grand colleges, with names like St Johns, Trinity, Kings and Corpus Christi just brilliant.
    Nice camp just out of town, set up by 6pm.


    14th April end at Maidenhead
    Today we moved 5 miles from ...