An index page for some of the Towns and Villages in Teesdale.

Some Places in Teesdale


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The Villages of Teesdale

There are many charming villages in Teesdale, UK, each with their own unique character and attractions. Here are some of the villages you might want to explore:

Middleton-in-Teesdale: This village is located at the heart of Teesdale and is a popular base for walkers and hikers exploring the surrounding countryside. It has a range of shops, cafes, and pubs, as well as a traditional market every Monday.

Barnard Castle: While technically a town, Barnard Castle has the feel of a traditional English village, with its cobbled streets, historic buildings, and riverside location. It is home to several attractions, including the Bowes Museum and the ruins of the medieval castle that gives the town its name.

Eggleston: This pretty village is located on the north bank of the River Tees and is surrounded by stunning countryside. It has a popular pub, the Moorcock Inn, which serves local ales and hearty meals.

Cotherstone: This village is located on the south bank of the River Tees and is known for its picturesque stone cottages and historic church. It is also home to the famous Cotherstone cheese, a crumbly, tangy cheese that is made locally.

Romaldkirk: This idyllic village is located in the heart of Teesdale and is known for its beautiful church, which dates back to the 12th century. It has several traditional pubs and is surrounded by scenic walks and hikes.

These are just a few of the many charming villages in Teesdale. Each has its own unique character and attractions, and exploring them is a great way to get a sense of the area's history and culture.

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