A family run Upper Teesdale working farm set between the River Tees and the near wilderness fells of the high Pennine Hills.
Our summer hayfields contribute to the spectacular meadows for which Teesdale is renowned, providing the winter feed for our sheep.
There can be few places offering such peace and tranquillity yet an area which offers superb walking, fishing, canoeing, cycling, and other activities whilst retaining excellent local amenities.
The Pennine Way crosses our Farm to the North on the banks of the River, whilst to the South the road from Middleton-in-Teesdale provides the access.
Some 100 yards beyond our farm is the traditional country pub of the Strathmore Arms and the road it ends in the Strathmore Estates.
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: cafe / restaurant, bar, toilets, showers
Pets are NOT allowed.
The North Pennines is easily accessible from A1 and M6. From the A1, the A66, A68, A689, A690 and A691 all lead into the area. From the M6 J40 the A66(T) and the A686 are the main routes to the North Pennines. Alternatively leave the M6 at J43 and take the A69. From Barnard Castle follow the road sign posted to Cotherstone on B6277, through to Romaldkirk onto Mickleton, go through Mickleton onto Middleton. Take the first turning on the left to Holwick. Follow the road for three miles - Low Way Farm is on your right.