The Spa Hotel

Address: Durham Tees Valley International Airport, Middleton in Teesdale, Durham, England, DL2 1PD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Durham Tees Valley International Airport, Middleton in Teesdale, is near Welsh Slate Museum and Llanberis Lake Railway.
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    Travel Blogs from Middleton in Teesdale

    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by heatherholme on Oct 23, 2014

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    Tues. Went to reghed and had look around. Rohan went to football match Carlisle United. I went Out to pub in Stainton for dinner. Wednesday, met up with family for lunch at the Sportsman inn, had a great afternoon. In the evening went to the local pub for a quiz evening. Thursday. Went on the Ullswater steamer, for a ride up the Lake. Beautiful scenery but rather chilly. Fish and chips for ...

    The Age of Steam

    A travel blog entry by p2travel on Oct 16, 2014

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    ... Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway was a 3 ft (914 mm) line opened on 24 May 1875 to transport hematite iron ore from mines around Boot to the line at Ravenglas. Passengers were permitted from 1876 and were carried until November 1908. It was the first public narrow-gauge railway in England. It was forced to close in April 1913, due to decline in demand for iron ore and small volumes of passengers in summer. As well ...

    Sight seeing

    A travel blog entry by heatherholme on Oct 15, 2014

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    Had an early start took the boys thru to Keswick to school. On the way back stopped off at Castlerigg stone circle. Then went to Carlisle visited Carlisle Castle and Carlisle Cathedral. Off out to quiz evening at a local country pub this evening. Rohan been playing with Elvis the Jack Russell ...

    Little blencowe farm

    A travel blog entry by heatherholme on Oct 14, 2014

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    A bit of a catch up day and do the washing etc. Popped into Penrith and had a walk around and We had lunch at Rohan's favourite venue "a local pub" and went to the little local museum, a lovely old church St Andrews and to the ruins of a very old castle Penrith ...