Raby Castle, Barnard Castle, High Force, Low Force, Cauldron Snout, Bowes Museum Lunedale,and Cow Green are all in the locality of the Daleview caravan parks campsites accommodation in Teesdale County Durham Uk. Local amenities include trout fishing, hiking the Pennine Way, golf, canoeing. Local villages include Romaldkirk, Mickelton and Cotherstone. It is an ideal location for touring caravans static caravans camping in the northeast uk. The Lake District and Weardale are also close by You can also check out the local 10 day weather forecast for the North East.
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Bowlees Visitor Centre
Situated near Newbiggin. a pretty picnic area with plenty of parking. The Visitor Centre is situated in an old
chapel and explains the special wildlife and landscape of Teesdale, whilst providing an excellent base for exploring
the upper dale. There is also a nature trail which is ideal for campers wishing to explore
This historic market town sits with style and character high above the River Tees. Strategically located on the
edge of the North Pennines and Yorkshire Dales, it boasts a ruined Norman castle overlooking the river along which
there are many attractive walks.There is also a golf course
Lies below Cow Green Reservoir, a 200 foot cascade down dolerite steps. In the vicinity are plant species which have
probably survived since the last Ice Age, notably the blue gentian.
A small village on the edge of Stainmore. Dickens is reputed to have based the notorious Dotheboys Hall in
"Nicholas Nickleby" on William Show's Academy in Bowes. The 12th century Keep still guards the approach to
the Pass of Stainmore where Rey Cross stands as a memorial to Eric Bloodaxe, the last of the Viking Kings in
Cow Green Reservoir
Built in the 1960's, against the dramatic splendour of Widdybank Fell and now feeding the torrent of Cauldron Snout
just below, Cow Green Reservoir is a place of stillness and calm. A nature trail suitable for walking hiking and disabled users explains
the special interest of the upper Teesdale fells. Adjacent to a National Nature Reserve with an alpine climate.
England's largest waterfall High Force plunges over the Whin Sill volcanic rock to a deep pool 69 feet below. Beautiful
surroundings. with a lovely wooded walk from the picnic site to the waterfall.
A ruined 12th century abbey situated above a dramatic River Tees gorge. Nearby there is a fine example of a
medieval pack horse bridge. From the abbey. there is a gentle riverside walk (1 mile) to the "meeting of the
waters" where the Greta meets the Tees.
Gentle falls just down from High Force in picturesque setting. The Wynch suspension bridge is the oldest
in Europe dating from 1704.
Is a quiet market town, once the centre of the North Pennines lead mining industry, situated on the Pennine Way
10 miles north-west of Barnard Castle. It is surrounded by the finest Teesdale scenery.
Near the pretty village of Staindrop. Raby Castle lies in its superb deer park. An impressive Medieval castle.
still owned by descendants of the family that built it. Furniture, paintings and horse-drawn carriages are among
its attractions. Open regularly, but days change according to season.
One of the prettiest villages in the area built informally around 3 greens and with old stocks and village
water pump. The 12th century church of St Romald, from which the village takes its name, is known locally as
the "Cathedral of the Dales", The Rose and Crown is an 18th century coaching inn. Nearby are the attractive
villages of Egglestone. Mickleton and Cotherstone.
Housed in a magnificent chateau-style building on the edge of Barnard Castle. Bowes Museum is one of the finest
museums in the North. It houses an art collection of national importance. as well as a children's toy gallery and
an unusual silver swan. Open all year round, there is ample parking. a cafe and attractive gardens.
The Caravan park is centrally situated to allow all campers and caravanners
easy access to all of the above attractions. All Camping and Touring Caravan pitches
are level hard stands. Seasonal charges are available on application. Static Caravans
are available for hire, the clubhouse is licensed and provides an assortment of
snacks and meals.
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Daleview Caravan Park And Campsite, Station Bank, Middleton In Teesdale, Co. Durham, DL12 0NG