Dog Friendly Rose and Crown at Romaldkirk

Looking for the 'pawfect' autumn getaway? 

The Rose & Crown is an award winning 18th century inn standing on the village green of the pretty Teesdale village of Romaldkirk in the stunning landscape of the Durham Dales

The hotel is the prefect base for exploring the surrounding countryside, plus dogs are made to feel very welcome at The Rose & Crown and your four legged friend may even get a personal hello from Mabel the resident Jack Russell! 

Rose and Crown Hotel at Romaldkirk

Owned by the Robinson family who have farmed in Teesdale for four generations and also operate Headlam Hall Country Hotel and Spa, The Rose & Crown has been awarded AA red star status making it one of the AA's top hotels in the country and the hotel also holds 2 AA rosettes for food.

The Rose and Crown Hotel at Romaldkirk

People travel from far and wide to sample Head Chef - Dave Hunter's delicious Taste Durham award-winning countryside cuisine. Dave’s team create great tasting food using local produce and ingredients that reflect the rural location of the hotel. 

There’s a wide range of contemporary and classical dishes on the menu to choose from including the evening a la carte menu and tasty traditional Sunday roast. Dogs are also welcome to join guests dining in the bar as long as they are kept on a lead. 

The Village of Romaldkirk

Durham is known for the great outdoors, making this part of the county the perfect playground for your four legged friend to explore.

From a leisurely stroll to a more challenging walk, grab the lead, pull on your hiking boots and head to the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Beauty where you and your dog can discover stunning walking routes and natural beauty. You could also head to Hamsterley Forest where you’ll find over 2,000 hectares of dog friendly woodland trails to explore. 

Hotel Bedroom in the Rose & Crown

There are 12 dog friendly rooms to choose from in the hotel, with the courtyard rooms lending themselves particularly well to dog owners as they have direct outdoor access.

Up to two dogs can stay per room at The Rose & Crown and there's no additional charge for dogs to stay. You'll even find a dog bed and locally made ‘Welly-bix’ dog treats for your dog to enjoy during their relaxing stay.

There is even a dog drying area to utilise after those lovely muddy countryside walks. 

So what are you waiting for? Click here to find out more about the Rose & Crown and take advantage of their special autumn escape break offer throughout October and November. 

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