The Rose & Crown enjoys a picture postcard setting in rural Teesdale where, since 1733, the Inn has overlooked Romaldkirk’s three village greens, complete with medieval stocks, water pump, Saxon church and charming stone built cottages.
Stepping inside, the Inn effortlessly blends contemporary fittings and furnishings with the traditional period features. The charming bar is a popular watering hole for locals and residents with its polished wood ceiling, oak settle, old prints, carriage lamps and enormous dog grate.
The fourteen en-suite bedrooms are individually decorated and furnished with luxurious fabrics, Bose music systems and Molton Brown bathroom accessories. The seven bedrooms in the main house boast period features, some with exposed beams and antique furniture, with a couple having private sitting rooms; while the seven bedrooms in the courtyard and Monk’s Cottage offer a more modern, contemporary décor.
Guests can choose between fine dining in the oak paneled restaurant with crisp white table linen, sparkling silver and candlelight or the more informal ambience and menu of the bar and brasserie. Either way the food is freshly prepared using the best of local produce to create tasty dishes with a modern touch.
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