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Durham

Click the map for tourism ideas From the North Sea coast in the east, Durham's terrain rises gradually to its highest point in the Pennines in the central part of Northern England. Sheep rearing is important in parts of the county and grain and root crops are cultivated.
Ancient Unicorn Inn

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Bowes, Teesdale, Durham DL12 9HN. Tel: 01833 628321
Reputedly haunted by at least three ghosts, the Ancient Unicorn has, over the centuries, been the traditional and vital stopping point for travellers making the journey across northern England via Stainmore pass. Cask ales, good country food are complimented by Bed & Breakfast, at competitive rates.
Croxdale Inn

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Front Street East, Croxdale, Durham DH6 5HX. Tel: 01388 815727
Close to the motorway Croxdale is an ideal place to stay when touring the North-East. The Croxdale Inn is just 3 miles from the City of Durham and close to the river Wear. Accommodation is complimented by Jacuzzi, Sauna and a luxurious 4-Poster Honeymoon Suite with whirlpool bath.
Morritt Arms Hotel

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, Greta Bridge, Durham DL12 9SE. Tel: 01833 627232
17th Century coaching inn with an amazing mural of Dickens characters painted on the walls. The Morritt serves good food and a range of cask ales.
Rookhope Inn

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Rookhope, Weardale, Durham DL13 2BG. Tel: 01388 517215
Situated in the beautiful Weardale Valley, the Rookhope Inn provides Home Cooked Food, accommodation & real ale. Rookhope is on the Coast to Coast route and the Inn provides a warm welcome for those following the route or touring the area.
Rose And Crown

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Romaldkirk, Barnard Castle, Durham DL12 9EB. Tel: 01833 650213
18th Century splendid Jacobean inn, located on the village green next to the church. Typical Northern stone and ivy clad, the Rose & Crown serves good quality meals and real ales and has 4 Poster beds in the bedrooms.