Our Facilities
  • B&B - £80-£100 per room per night


We also offer 'room only' rates, please contact us directly for a quote.


We also have a wooden glamping pod available for hire. Positioned with a fantastic view, it has a private decking area with seating, and small BBQ. Inside it boasts a double bed, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and a TV. The rate for the glamping pod is £65 per night.

Campsite


Our small and secluded caravan and campsite is equipped with four 10 Amp electric points, chemical waste disposal facilities, an ablutions block and established road access. Prices are as follows:

 

  • Caravan or tent with electric: Prices from £21
  • Caravan or tent no electric: Prices from £15

 

 

Booking



Our B & B has a private entrance and outdoor seating area.  It is fully equipped with en suite, TV and tea/coffee making facilities.



Please contact us directly for availability.  Our price range is as follows:


Smallholding


We have a small herd of Huacaya Alpacas.  They are friendly and inquisitive animals which are currently undergoing training for trekking.  This is something we hope to offer in the future. We also keep free range hens and six Aylesbury ducks; eggs are available to purchase daily.


Fishing


Our guests are welcome to fish on our stretch of the River Wear provided they have their own rod licence. The River Wear is widely recognised as one of the best Sea Trout rivers in England, with double-figure fish being caught annually.


The Wear is the smallest of the North East's three major rivers, being approximately 100km in length from source to tidal limit. Rising in the Pennines in the West, it flows Eastwards to the estuary at Sunderland. Along its length it is fed by many tributaries, the two most significant being the Gaunless and the Browney which enter the middle reaches. Brown Trout are abundant throughout and Sea Trout and Salmon are well distributed during most of their seasons. Grayling can be found in the middle and lower reaches whilst most of the Coarse Fish are found in the lower reaches. For more information please visit:


www.fishpal.com/England/Wear

Our Facilities



Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, our long Dales house is a smallholding nestled on the banks of the river Wear in St John's Chapel. We offer a B&B (private entrance and en-suite) on a room only or catered tariff and we also run a small campsite which is accredited by the Camping and Caravanning Club.

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