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Lucy Cross Farm Guest House
Bed and Breakfast: 5560

Guest House

Nr Richmond
County Durham
Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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Lucy Cross is a working farm near the picturesque village of Manfield and makes an ideal base for you to visit places of interest such as Richmond and the Yorkshire Dales.

We are located within close proximity to Darlington, Northallerton and Barnard Castle and also within easy reach of the Durham-Tees Valley Airport and Croft Racing Circuit.

Our bedrooms are bright and airy, very comfortable and offer a secluded retreat for you to relax and unwind; they have en-suite facilities.

The rooms offer fabulous views of the beautiful countryside surrounding the farm; each bedroom has all the facilities to help make your stay as comfortable as possible, such asfree wireless Internet, colour TV, hairdryer and hospitality tray.

This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

Guest Room
Guest Room
Family Room
Family Room

Pricing and Opening Times
Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

One night only: £35.00 max £45.00 per person.
Discount for long stay guests.

All Year Round

Family Rooms:
Single Rooms:
Double Rooms:
Twin Rooms:
Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Any
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities. Ground Floor Bedroom.

Guest Book

On the B2675 between Manfield cross roads and Barton A1 Junction 56, three miles.

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