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Located in Bishop Auckland in the Durham region, Cosy two bedroom apartment has accommodations with free private parking. Lovely comfortable flat in the middle of town. All amenities thought of. Quiet in spite of overlooking the historic Bondgate near the market place.
The Old Nags Head is located in Bishop Auckland, 24 miles from Beamish Museum, 26 miles from Stadium of Light, and 28 miles from The Sage. This property has a patio and free private parking. Comfortable, clean house equipped with everything you could need. Great central location 👍
Located in Bishop Auckland, 24 miles from Beamish Museum and 26 miles from Stadium of Light, The Woodlands - Zillo Apartments provides accommodations with amenities such as free WiFi and a flat-screen... Great central location in Bishop Auckland. Ideal base for exploring the North East. Lovely clean property with great facilities and everything provided that you might need. Nice and roomy, it was just my partner and I but would comfortably accommodate a family. Quiet area and easy to park on the street. Great contact throughout from host who was very helpful and welcoming. Would definitely stay there again.
Complete with a restaurant, a tennis court and barbecue facilities, Black Dog House is located in Bishop Auckland, 27 miles from Beamish Museum and 29 miles from MetroCentre. Location very good. Easy to find. Very homely house with everything you would need.
1 Victoria Cottages offers accommodations in Bishop Auckland, 27 miles from Beamish Museum. Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the property and private parking is available on site. Everything was perfect. Great location for what we required. Lovely cosy property with an abundance of character. Shame we were so busy as didn't spend much time there. Will definitely return.
Absolutely loved what the Auckland Project has to offer....The Spanish Gallery, the Mining Art Gallery, Auckland Tower and Castle....Breakfast at Breaking Bread was spot on, as was our lunch at El Castillo....
The Auckland Project is working hard to rejuvenate the area. Would highly recommend a visit to the Mining Art Gallery situated near the Town Hall in the market Square. It houses superb works by Norman Cornish, Tom McGuinness, Bob Olley, Derek Slater and many more talented artists who captured the hard graft of the Coal miners and their past times. There are various books and postcards for sale and prints of some of the art work. The staff and volunteers are very friendly and knowledgeable. The town hall has a nice cafe selling a good variety of sandwiches and cakes. On display is the Miners mural painted by Norman Cornish as well as works by Tom McGuinness. St Mary's Church in Bishop Auckland also has stained glass windows by Tom McGuinness. You can also visit the Spanish Gallery, Auckland Tower and Bishop's Palace and the deer park and walled garden. These are just a few suggestions.
Went to a live Classic Clapton gig at the town hall on Friday 16th September 2022. Amazing. Had a lovely meal at Chang Thai before the show. Our accomodation, Number Sixteen was first class. I was born in Bishop Auckland in 1947 and havn't been back since 1973. I was shocked and dissapointed to see the town had become almost derelict, hardly any shops, no nice pubs, in fact nothing much to do at all. So sad.
Bishop Auckland seems to be one of these little places hit by Covid pretty hard. A lot of shops and eating places on high street and market square are closed, with no sign of new bussines taking over. Its really sad, but it is reality nowadays. But some places are well worth visiting, and newly opened Gaming HideAway is one of these. Isn't cheap, but lots of fun for whole family. Town Hall Cafe has best lunch in the area. Castle and Spanish gallery are full of lovely people, very entusiastic and willing to share their knowledge with everybody interested enough to ask. Local brewery/bar Caps Off next to railly station has ennormous amount of beer and cider to try, all pretty special. It is also a good base to visit surrounding areas, Durham especially.
Superb visitor attractions. Charming volunteers. Spanish Gallery, Mining Gallery, Auckland Castle and Auckland tower all superb attractions. Wonderful restoration and revival through Art, Gardens and architecture of a lovely small town. Spanish gallery absolutely stunning. Easy and ample parking. Easy to get around this beautiful town. Definitely worth a return visit. Congratulations to all involved in the Auckland project.
I am a Londoner so North of Watford is a bit of a struggle ] That said the house, The Old Nags Head, is superb and The Italian restaurant, Gabrielles, was a reverlation. I can recommend both without any hesitation.
Big rooms, high ceilings. Immaculately clean. Lots of light. Thick carpets, great towels, good kitchen. Tea, milk and coffee provided along with breakfast cereal. Everything we needed was there for us. It's in a quiet area off the main roads, but close to local shop and Morrison's supermarket. Market square about a ten minute walk. We were staying there to break our journey north. It's close to the A1M, but not too close.
compared to say for example a premier inn hotel room / the space at number 4 gave a much more spacious and relaxed stay for our family of three for a quick one night stay offering excellent value for money
The apartment had everything we required for an overnight. Appreciated the extras, milk, bread, toiletries. Handy spot for finding our way around the town.
Extremely well furnished and equipped property. A beautiful house for the price of a cheap hotel room. The dog was welcome too.
It’s charming location by the village green and proximity to Bishop Auckland.
Fabulous hotel with great history