This delightful 18th century inn stands in the picture-postcard dales village of Romaldkirk, next to the Saxon church and overlooking the village green complete with stocks and water-pump. It has all of the charm and character that you would hope to find in a traditional rural inn... a cosy bar, open fires, beamed ceilings, wobbly walls and stylish bedrooms that blend contemporary touches with period features.
Between Swaledale and Weardale lies the unspoilt countryside of Teesdale. A haven of beautiful landscapes and wildlife. Great food and warm hospitality awaits inside the reassuringly thick walls. Outdoors, enjoy scenic walks, riverside paths, upland pastures and high fells... an area to discover, enjoy and to cherish.
Fourteen individual bedrooms combining period features with contemporary design touches to provide comfortable and stylish accommodation as well as a little bit more...
Great food made with great local produce is what we are about. Choose between dining in the award winning restaurant or the informal brasserie. Savour the buzz of the bar... oak settles, old carriage lamps and a lovely open fire.
"A restaurant of national renown and a celebrated country hotel"
"The seriously snug Rose and Crown is a real find"
"The Rose and Crown is the place to get away from the world"
"A pitch perfect inn overlooking the village green"
"A great place to dine and stay whatever the time of year"
"Flair, enthusiasm and sheer hard work"