Self-catering cottage for two, dog friendly, in Frosterley, Weardale, one of the County Durham Dales in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, North East England

Cromer House Camping Barn in Frosterley in Weardale

 Cromer House Camping Barn in Frosterley in Weardale

 



 




  Postcards of the above watercolour of Cromer House Barn are available
in the barn
free of charge

 


 

 

Gold award winning green business, dog friendly, self-catering accommodation for 2 guests in the picturesque village of Frosterley, in the beautiful Weardale countryside, County Durham

Our cosy converted 18th century barn, full of character and charm, provides high quality 3-star accommodation for two. The barn has its own secluded garden, off road parking and good local amenities (including supermarket, two pubs and excellent fish and chip shop) all within a few minutes walk.

Ideal for romantic breaks, as well as walking and cycling, the barn provides an excellent base for exploring the unspoilt landscapes of the Durham Dales and the stunning Northumberland coast, as well as visiting the historic city of Durham, Hadrian's Wall, and the attractive market towns of Barnard Castle and Hexham. Check out our Places to visit page for more information.

We are dog friendly and provide secure bicycle storage in the adjacent garage.

To check availability and book Cromer House Barn, please go to our page on the Hoseasons website. If you require any advice or further information about our barn you can contact us.


We gratefully acknowledge support from the County Durham Development Company's Tourism Enterprise Scheme and from the North Pennines AONB Partnership and Natural England (via the West Durham Rural Pathfinder).


Cromer House Camping Barn in Weardale gratefully acknowledges support from the County Durham Development CompanyCromer House Camping Barn in Weardale gratefully acknowledges the support of the North Pennines AONB PartnershipCromer House Camping Barn in Weardale gratefully acknowledges the support of Natural England