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Best Western Beamish Hall Hotel rests within a 24-acre estate, which houses a challenging high ropes course for outdoor adventurers of all ages. The four-star retreat invites travellers to explore the rolling dales of County Durham with medieval settlements and the open-air Beamish Museum nearby. This former 12th-century country house features period wooden floors, ornate ceilings and stained glass windows. The rooms come with contemporary facilities including freeview TVs, en suite, and tea and coffee making facilities. Fitted with stone floors, old beams and a log fire, The Stables restaurant offers traditional dishes prepared using locally sourced produce. The fine dining experience is complemented by a variety of wines and real ales brewed in the on-site micro brewery.