01670 519 952 / firstname.lastname@example.org (North East)
01372 610 000 / email@example.com (South)
Depart local pick up points this morning and travel by luxury coach.
Enjoy free time to explore the local area, we depart for home approximately 17:00.
Barnard Castle in Teesdale is a historic market town which takes its name from the castle around which it grew.
The castle, an English Heritage property, was named after its 12th Century founder, Bernard de Balliol, and was later developed by Richard III whose boar emblem is carved above a window in the inner ward.
The church of St Mary’s benefited from the patronage of the king with much work carried out including the founding of a chantry.
The chancel arch bears corbels with the portraits of Richard and Edward IV and there is a carved boar beside the east window of the south transept.
The Bowes Museum is a hidden treasure, a jewel in the heart of beautiful Teesdale.
The magnificent building stands proud in the historic market town of Barnard Castle housing internationally significant collections of fine and decorative arts.
Purpose built in the 19th century by John and Joséphine Bowes, the Museum has a wonderful story to tell.
Morpeth: Bus Station - 07:45
Pegswood: Opposite Cookswell Garage - 07:50
Pegswood: Train Station Bus Stop - 07:53
Ashington: Sports Direct - 08:00
Ashington: The Elephant Pub - 08:05
Stakeford: Morpeth Road, Half Moon Bus Stop - 08:10
Stakeford: Opposite The Cherry Tree Pub - 08:13
Guidepost: The Square Bus Stop - 08:15
Choppington: Opposite The Travellers Rest - 08:18
Bedlington: Market Square Bus Stop - 08:25
Blyth: Library Bus Stop - 08:40
Cramlington: Manor Walks, near Sainsburys - 09:00
Pickup Points for this tour are:
The following room types are still available on this tour: