Deneview Guest House
15 Front Street, Castleside Consett
Tel: 01207 502925
£25- ?30 Single - £22.50 - ?25 Twin / Double per person per night Other Currency
Sleeps Up To 6
Deneview Guest House Grading : 4
Children Allowed : welcome
Pets Allowed : sorry, no pets
Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
Parking Available : present
Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
Deneview Guest House Consett - "Our experience of guesthouses tells us that cleanliness, comfort and good hospitality are fundamental requirements."
Set in an area rich in natural beauty, and offering superior B&B accommodation, Deneview Guest House is 2 miles from Consett in a rural village called Castleside, on the edge of the Durham Dales. On the main A68 trunk road to Scotland and 12 miles north of Durham City, it is ideally situated for an overnight break for travellers, or a great base to spend a few days just visiting many of the local attractions and places of interest.
The spacious rooms are double/twin or single, furnished to a high quality all with en-suite facilities, digital colour TV and tea / coffee facilities.
All bedrooms have: Children welcome
Colour TV with free digital channels;
Plenty of private parking spaces
Bike lockup in double garage
Drying & ironing facilities
Non smoking bedrooms
Tea/ coffee facilities
Patio garden for guests
Nearby are 2 excellent pubs, one which serves meals each day, the other is a traditional country pub with real ale.
Within a short walk is Allensford Country Park with enchanting riverside walks, a discovery woodland, a waterfall and a play-park. It is also host to local events and hot-air balloon launches. A little further away is the impressive Victorian Hownsgill Viaduct. A couple of miles away is Consett, once a steel town but now hosting a modern range of shops and nightlife. There is a huge amount of countryside to wander around locally including wooded river valleys, picturesque reservoirs and moorlands.
Travelling a little further, County Durham and Northumberland offer a huge amount of places to visit and things to do. Too much for one page (or even one website). We have provided some useful links for you. A small list of examples include:
Europe's largest indoor shopping experience at the Metro Centre;
Europe's museum of the year at Beamish;
the historic city of Durham with Cathedral, Castle, cobbled streets, river and restaurants;
many Roman heritage sites including Hadrian's Wall;
recently redeveloped Newcastle City Centre, famous for it's nightclubs, art galleries, museums, restaurants, quayside etc.,
the outstanding natural beauty of the Durham Dales;
England's highest single waterfall, High Force;
the Durham Coast with beaches, rare plants and wildlife;