Producers of Alpine strawberries, herbs, herbal teas and edible flowers.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
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- daveD4034SWSheffield, United KingdomTrip Type:CouplesGreat food & hospitalitySaturday, 30th April 2016This is our 6th stay, if you want good local food, a comfortable bed, hospitable hosts and somewhere with character look no further. A particular bonus for lovers of gardens and plants are the range... Read full review
- JillianN906Kingston-upon-Hull, United KingdomTrip Type:Friends getawayDefinitely not a chain cloneSunday, 17th September 2017The owners couldn't have been more helpful, we just stayed for 1 night , rooms were clean, lovely toiletries, great breakfast and you must try the Durham pikelets they were gorgeous, good variety of... Read full review
- CheshireJourneywomanCheshireTrip Type:Friends getawayGood base, great food and amazing valueWednesday, 11th October 2017My Friend and I have just returned from a 4-night stay at Polemonium Plantery. We both stayed in en suite single rooms which were lovely and clean and both slept very well in the comfortable beds... Read full review
Map & Directions
From the South, A1 (M) jct 61, take A688, then onto A181 for Peterlee. Next roundabout take 3rd exit. Turn right at the nature reserve then left at the white house, follow the road in to Trimdon Grange, then left at top of hill at the church, house opposite green. From the North, A1(M) jct 62 towards Durham City, taking the first exit signposted Dragonville, and turn right, left at traffic lights and left again after Tesco. Any right after this takes you to the A181, then as above
Public Transport Directions
From Durham railway station take bus 55 to St Albans Church stop in Trimdon Grange. Turn right after church.