Escape on the path less travelled...
This 18th century inn stands in the picturesque village of Romaldkirk near Barnard Castle amidst the stunning countryside of Teesdale where the Durham and North Yorkshire dales meet in spectacular rural landscapes.
It has all of the attributes that you would hope to find in a cosy, rural, 'pub with rooms'; excellent food utilising local and seasonal produce, a dog-friendly bar with an extensive selection of beers, wines and spirits and friendly service.
Guests can enjoy the fabulous walks that include the nearby Teesdale Way as well as local heritage attractions such as the Bowes Museum and Raby Castle. The area also offers activities such as fishing, star gazing and cycling. The perfect place for a countryside break.
"One of the five cosiest inns in England"
"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"
"One of the brightest stars in the increasingly sparkling Teesdale crown"