The Rose & Crown, Durham
|Romaldkirk, DL12 9EB, Barnard Castle, Durham, UNITED KINGDOM.|
Description: The Rose & CrownStanding on the village green of the charming light-stone Teesdale village of Romaldkirk, The Rose and Crown is a small, family owned and run hotel, originally built as an inn in 1733. Recently having undergone a careful, extensive renovation, this charming property offers cosy boutique accommodation, great food and friendly, welcoming service in a beautiful village location.
Ideally placed for exploring this delightful corner of County Durham, The Rose and Crown is perfect for walkers, cyclists, wildlife enthusiasts and lovers of the great outdoors in general. Walkers and cyclists will find storage and cleaning facilities on-site. Nearby attractions include Eggleston Hall Gardens, Hannah's Meadow nature reserve, and Barnard Castle, a paradise for antique hunters.
The Rose and Crown takes great pride in its delicious, wholesome cuisine, created from the finest locally sourced, fresh ingredients. Popular with visitors and locals, The Rose and Crown has been awarded two AA Rosettes, along with many other accolades, and serves meals in the oak-panelled dining room and the more informal setting of the bar, with its wood-burning fire. Guests will also find a range of over sixty wines from both the new and old world, as well as locally brewed craft ales and beers, and a selection of malts and other spirits. On fine summer's days, meals and drinks can also be enjoyed on the sunny forecourt.
Type of rooms: The Rose & CrownMain House Rooms
Room 9 'Mickle':
Mickle is also 'lickle' but a very cosy and charming small double room on the first floor to the rear of the house with a wonderful stone fireplace. The compact en-suite bathroom has a shower only. This room has the benefit of air conditioning.
Room 12 'Lune':
At the end of the first floor corridor is this spacious standard twin room with bright fabrics, views to the front and an en-suite bathroom with shower only.
Room 7 'Cow Green':
A very pleasant superior double room on the top floor with a nice sitting area, views to the front and an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower.
Room 10 'Laithkirk':
A delightful superior double on the first floor with views to the front, a useful lobby area and an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower.
Room 11 'Cronkley':
A stylish superior double on the first floor with views to the front and an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower.
Room 8 'High Force':
A delightful double suite on the top floor with a separate sitting room that has a sofa bed suitable for children plus a continental style vanity unit in a cupboard. Views of the green and village to the front and a spacious en-suite bathroom with bath and shower.
Room 6 'Cauldron Snout':
A double/twin suite (zip and link beds can be set as a king-size double or twin beds) on the top floor with a sofa bed in the separate sitting room suitable for children. Views of the green, village and Saxon church and a characterful en-suite bathroom with bath and shower that is probably not ideal for anyone much over 6 ft tall.
Room 5 'Bowes':
A standard twin room with stylish fabrics and some fun artwork. The en-suite bathroom has a shower only.
Room 1 'Wemmergill':
This superior double room enjoys a separate dressing room and en-suite wet room with a spacious walk-in shower (no bath).
Room 2 'Egglestone':
With nice earthy tones this superior double room offers very comfortable accommodation and has an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower.
Room 3 'Raby':
A spacious superior room with a contemporary edge that can be set as a double or twin with en-suite bath and shower.
Room 4 'Holwick':
This superior double room has a canopy over the bed and a spacious feel to the décor. The en-suite bathroom has a bath and shower.
The Monk's Cottage Rooms
Room 14 'Selset':
A first floor superior double room with a 'snooky' little window looking out to the church, a spacious walk-in dressing room and an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower.
Room 15 'Grassholme':
A spacious first floor double suite that has its own entrance passage, a sitting room with sofa bed suitable for children and an attractive bedroom with sloping ceiling and skylights. The bathroom has a bath and shower.
Additional information: The Rose & Crown
Durham Tees Valley Airport is 46,0 kms from the hotel, and is served by a small number of national and international flights.
Number of rooms: 14
Official category: 3 stars.
Year of establishment and/or latest refurbishment: 1733.
Period of closure: from the 24th of December to the 26th of December, inclusive.Smoking policy: Non-smoking property. Under English law, smoking is forbidden in all enclosed public places, including pubs, bars and restaurants.
Credit cards accepted: American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Maestro, Solo, Switch.
GPS Coordinates: 54° 35' 38.01'' N 2° 0' 35.48'' W
Nearest airport: Newcastle International Airport - 71,0 km.