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Greta Bridge DL12 9SE Barnard Castle United Kingdom
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Description The Morritt
Ideal location, just off the A66 Transpennine Route (9 miles west of Scotch Corner), set in the tranquille hamlet of Greta Bridge. The Morritt is a Grade II listed 17th Century, 3 AA Star hotel. 27 en-suite bedrooms (21 in the main building with a further 6 located in the hotel grounds. Contemporary restaurant (Gilroys) with an excellent reputation for food and award-winning wine list (Over 100 bins to choose from!). Traditional bar with a selection of hand-pulled ales - Timothy Taylors Landlord and BlackSheep Ale with a Seasonal Guest Beer. Beautiful landscaped gardens for warmer days and for those cooler months wonderful roaring log fires. The Morritt is a tradtional hotel with traditional values and warm and attentive staff. Ideal for both business and leisure, offering conference rooms each with natural daylight as well as private dining by arrangement. Many beautiful walks on the doorstep (ask at Reception for details), ideal for that leisure break as the Teesvalley and Yorkshire Dales are all but a stones throw away.
Aydon Castle stands in a wooded landscape and overlooks the Cor Burn. It was built as an undefended manor house in the 13th Century, during a rare time of border peace. the house was later fortified in times of unrest and was then used as a farmhouse until 1966.
It is open daily (except Monday and Tuesday) from March to September from 10am until 5pm.
The admission charges are:
Adults - £3.50 (5.25 Euros)
Children - £1.80 (2.75 Euros)
The Zetland Lifeboat is the oldest lifeboat in existence and was built in 1802 and whilst in service it saved more than 500 lives.
The museum tells the history of the Zetland and the RNLI and how the lives of fisherman were saved from the sea.Other exhibits include a fisherman's cottage and art gallery.
A shop provides souvenirs of your visit to the museum.
Entrance is free, donations are accepted.
It is open from:
May 1st - September 30th
Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm, Saturday - Sunday 12pm - 4pm