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Things to do near Lovelady Country House Hotel

Weardale Museum and High House Chapel

9.7 miles away

Small, independent folk museum in Ireshopeburn, Bishop Auckland. Range of exhibits, giving visitors a history of the local area.

The Weardale Museum is a small independent folk museum giving visitors a superb glimpse into the past and preserving the heritage of Weardale at the same time. The Weardale Room is laid out as a lead-miner’s cottage kitchen might have looked in about 1880. Visitors are free to explore the room and carefully handle objects to discover their purpose. Our John Wesley room has a great collection of Methodist memorabilia, possibly the largest collection in the region.

Langley Castle Hotel Restaurant

10.8 miles away

Historic Hexham restaurant, 2 rosette awarded dining at a historic location. Blazing log fire, local, seasonal produce, special offers, historic charm.

Welcome to the Josephine Restaurant located in the beautfiul surroundings of Langley Castle. Enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner at this AA 2 Rosette awarded restaurant which mixes elegance with extravagance, traditional with modern to provide you with a culinary experience that is not to be missed. Our chef uses fresh local produce, seasonal fish and local game, complimented by excellent wines to produce innovative menus that are sure to tantalise your taste buds.

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Milecastle Inn

11.6 miles away

Cosy restaurant in Haltwhistle with car park, beer garden & self catering accommodation. Pub fayre & selection of real ales available. Views of Hadrian's Wall.

Welcome to the Milecastle Inn on Hadrian's Wall! Here you will be warmly greeted by owners Kevin and Clare Hind who pride themselves on ensuring you have a wonderful visit. This family run pub is traditional in character and full of country charm. Enjoy tucking into one of our delicious home cooked meals and treating yourself to our fine selection of real ales. We also boast a spacious beer garden where you can relax with a drink whilst admiring the stunning views of Hadrian's Wall.

Vindolanda Hadrian's Wall

11.7 miles away

Largest collection of excavated Roman buildings to be seen on Hadrian's Wall, in Bardon Mill. Museum houses examples of Vindolanda tablets. Cafe & Gift Shop.

Vindolanda and the Roman Army Museum bring history alive. Vindolanda is a fascinating Roman fort and civilian settlement lying just to the south of Hadrian's Wall. The Roman Army Museum, situated beside one of the best preserved sections of the Wall, offers a captivating insight into the garrisons of Hadrian's Wall. Come and find out about this interesting history, watch Archaeological Excavations. Take a guided walk and much more at this excellent attraction.

Hexham Abbey

15.5 miles away

Parish Church in Hexham, Northumberland. Hexham Abbey is a great focus point for spiritual and cultural life. Wedding and baptism services available. Gift shop.

Originally a Benedictine Abbey, then an Augustinian Priory and now the Parish Church of Hexham, this has been a place of Christian worship since AD674. This inspiring place of worship offers a range fo interest whether you are coming along to take part in a service, admire the building or enjoy world class musicians at the annual Festival, there is something for everyone here at Hexham Abbey.

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Bouchon Bistrot

15.6 miles away

French bistro restaurant in Hexham, serving a wide selection of dishes in a family-friendly atmosphere. High-quality, home-cooked food.

Bouchon Bistrot has established a strong regional reputation for excellent yet simple French country style cooking. We offer a comprehensive menu with plenty of choice, available at competitive prices in a relaxed and informal setting. We have recently been voted the Best Local French Restaurant in the UK with Channel 4's The f Word, laying testament to our commitment to creating a fantastic ambience in which to enjoy well cooked food with the family. Visit our main website to find out more.

The Sun Inn

16.5 miles away

Peaceful country pub near Hexham, with B&B accommodation, serving traditional pub food favourites & wide selection of drinks. Family run with a great atmosphere

If you're looking for a traditional country pub near Hexham, then look no further than the Sun Inn. This friendly and welcoming inn is located in the quiet village of Acomb and offers a good atmosphere, excellent home cooking and a well stocked bar. The bar area is cosy with a welcoming fireplace and games room, and serves a range of beers and frequently changing guest ales.

Lakeland Llama Treks

16.8 miles away

Lake District half day treks with calm & friendly llamas near Penrith. Picnic & wine or cafe lunch included. Discounted rates for children. Onsite café, deli and gift shop.

Llama trekking is a great way to experience the countryside, meet new people and de-stress, all at the same time. Lakeland Llama Treks offers the opportunity to do just that in the spectacular Lake District. These fascinating and affectionate animals make the perfect companion for trekking through the beautiful countryside. Lakeland Llama Trekking has got to be one of life’s more memorable experiences and offers fun for all the family to enjoy.

Castlerigg Stone Circle

17.3 miles away

Atmospheric Neolithic stone circle at Castlerigg with views towards Helvellyn

One of Britain's earliest stone circles set against the backdrop of Helvellyn and High Seat. Stunning views. Dogs on leads welcome

The Rose & Crown

17.4 miles away

18th Century pub in Carlisle offering home cooked food, Sunday Roasts & serving real ales. Family friendly. Car parking. Parties & functions catered for.

For real ale and good home cooking the Rose & Crown near Carlisle is worth a visit. A traditional 18th century coaching inn situated on the main A6 road between Carlisle & Penrith. The pub offers a friendly atmosphere and families with children are welcome too. The Rose & Crown has been awarded by the Solway CAMRA Winter Pub of the Season 2009 and are included in the 2011 Good Beer Guide. There are 150 Real Ale outlets in our area and only 22 made it into the guide!

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Tufton Arms Hotel

17.4 miles away

Enjoy fine dining at the Tufton Arms Hotel in Appleby where fresh local produce is used to provide a great dining experience. Special offers, fine quality.

Built up over 19 years of service the Tufton Arms is justly proud of it's longstanding reputation for running a noted restaurant in Appleby as well as a hotel. Our style is to allow good food to do the talking, and when accompanied by our award winning wine list and combined with the elegance of the Conservatory Restaurant you can be assured that we are one of the restaurants in Cumbria worthy of your special occasion.

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Appleby Castle

17.6 miles away

12th century castle with a keep and mansion house. Grade I listed. Located in the heart of the Eden Valley. Tours, weddings and conference facilities.

Deep in the heart of the Eden Valley is Appleby Castle which is comprised of a 12th century keep (known as Caesar’s Tower) and a mansion house. Each is a Grade I listed building. It remains one of the few intact Norman keeps and surrounding the castle is 25 acres of stunning parkland. Tours are by appointment only and limited to 12 people per tour. For more information, please contact the Appleby Tourist Information. There are also facilities for weddings and conferences.

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Summit Journeys

17.7 miles away

Guided outdoor pursuits in Penrith. Offers mountain walking, rock climbing, bushcraft, survival weekends, team building exercises, and corporate entertainment.

The high rugged fells of Snowdonia and the magnificent mountains of the Lake District provide fantastic opportunities for nature lovers, thrill seekers, and outdoor enthusiasts. The area is abounding with natural beauty, so whether it be on a warm summers day, or a frosty morning in winter, these unrivalled areas provide a backdrop of splendour to any excursion out into the fells.

Villa Bianca Ristorante

17.9 miles away

Relaxed and friendly atmosphere at Villa Bianca Italian restaurant in Penrith, offering authentic Italian cuisine. Ideal for couples and families.

Nestled in the heart of the small market town of Penrith, Villa Bianca Ristorante offers authentic Italian cuisine in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, the perfect place to relax after a long walk in the surrounding countryside. We offer a range of dishes from pasta, and pizza to chicken and seafood.

Treasure Trails

17.9 miles away

Crack the code and stop the device which could ruin Penrith's chances as 'Britain in Bloom' award-winner! A fun spy trail taking you around the old yards & streets of the Old Town

Borders market town Penrith with its distinctive red sandstone buildings and castle ruins is the location for this exciting spy trail. Long a historic crossroads, Penrith first received its market charter in 1223, and still holds one of Cumbria's best local produce markets each Tuesday. Commencing at the Tourist Information Centre on Middlegate, our trail takes you around the character old medieval yards and streets of the old town, past beautiful heritage shopfronts and quirky old traditional inns.

Board & Elbow

17.9 miles away

Penrith town centre pub serving locally sourced homemade food made with British Lakeland Beef. Welcoming atmosphere, quiz nights, live music. Family friendly

If you're looking for a welcoming and friendly pub in Penrith town centre, then look no further than the Board and Elbow. This charming, traditional British pub offers a great environment and delicious homemade food. Children are welcome to dine with us until 8pm and we serve great value for money food using locally sourced produce. The pub has a great atmosphere at all times, making it a great place to enjoy delicious food in the day and meet with friends at night.

Arragon's Cycle Centre

18.0 miles away

Penrith cycle centre with 4 showrooms disaplying road, mountain and leisure bikes. Extensive choice of accessories & clothing. Repairs, hire and advice. Parking

Arragon's Cycle Centre has been established for over 30 years and since recently being taken over has doubled in size and now offers dedicated showrooms for each cycling genre. Friendly and knowledgeable staff are on hand to advise and help with any queries or advice you might require, whilst the cycle centre itself stocks an unrivalled range of cycles and accessories for every need. Visit the showroom today and take a look at the huge range of cycles, clothing and cycling equipment this excellent store has to offer.

Cycleactive

18.0 miles away

Lake District cycle hire company based in Penrith offering mountain bike courses, skills tuition and holidays. Families welcome. All skill levels catered for.

CycleActive offers a range of guided and self guided cycling holidays throughout the Lake District and abroad for all levels of skill. CycleActive is a specialist company run by some of Britain’s leading cycle experts – people who can really make a difference to the holidays you enjoy, the instruction you receive and your long term enjoyment of the greatest sport of all – cycling! By travelling with a company run by cyclists, who do their own research and have a real passion for this form of travel, you know that you can relax and enjoy a truly amazing holiday.

Penrith Players - The Playhouse Theatre

18.1 miles away

Amateur, volunteer-run Penrith theatre, with an on-site bar. Enjoy all of your favourite shows and performances at low prices, for a great evening out.

As the only permanent and member-run theatre in Penrith, the Penrith Playhouse offers great chances to get involved or to enjoy a range of shows and performances in a relaxed and comfortable environment. We have a member-staffed bar with regular live music performances, and our main stage hosting regular shows that have included everything from The Dear Departed way back in 1922 to recent performances of The Vicar of Dibley, My Fair Lady and The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole. There's something for everyone, with family shows including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and favourite pantomimes, and we've staged the classics including The Crucible, Oliver and Annie.

Carlisle Flight Experiences

18.2 miles away

Why not book a trial flight experience in Carlisle? Take to the sky & fly over the Lake District. A once in a lifetime experience the perfect gift for any occasion.

Have you ever dreamed of learning to fly? Then why not trial a flight experience at Carlisle Flight Training. We give you the opportunity to take to the air with a trial flying lesson. Whether it's a once in a lifetime experience or the start of something new. Fly with one of our skilled flight instructors across the Cumbrian sky lines.

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