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The Rose & Crown (Restaurant)

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There are few things more welcoming that a glowing log fire in the quintessential cosy English pub and this is precisely what greets you when you enter the Rose and Crown. Once settled in one of the snug armchairs it would be very tempting not to move for the rest of the evening. However, this would mean missing the oak panelled dining room bathed in romantic candlelight and, of course, the wonderful food served there.

Where is The Rose & Crown located?

In the picturesque town of Romaldkirk, near the castle of Barnard in the beautiful rural Teesdale, this 18th century coaching inn stands beside the church of Saxony in the breathtaking countryside of the Durham and Yorkshire dales.

What cuisine is on offer at The Rose & Crown?

The Menu's represent the beautiful rural surroundings with an eye for detail, both in traditional and contemporary cooking techniques. The four-course menu could start with seared king scallops with leek risotto and crispy bacon followed by a soup course then pan-fried woodpigeon breast with lentil puree, roast chestnuts and juniper berry sauce. Hot sticky walnut tart with vanilla ice cream rounds off proceedings.

What makes a meal at The Rose & Crown unique?

The fantastic kitchen team produces great tasting food that uses the best of local produce and ingredients of outstanding origin and from sources with high standards of animal welfare.

Facilities & Information

Extra info

Closed Times: 23-26 Dec

Open Times: Sun 12:00-13:30, Daily 19:30-20:45

Vendor Accreditation: Good Food Guide 3/10, AA 2 Rosettes

Directions

01833 650213
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at Romaldkirk, Barnard Castle, Durham, Barnard CastleDL12 9EB, United Kingdom

From Barnard Castle ­ either take B6277 at bottom of town by the river (cross bridge out of town and turn right) OR turn left onto B6278 at top of the town (past GlaxoWellcome factory); after approx 5 miles turn left at Eggleston on to B6281, down over bridge and turn left at top of hill following road into Romaldkirk village. From North or South on the A1 ­ exit at Scotch Corner and head West on A66 towards Brough/Penrith. Ignore the first turning to Barnard Castle (at Greta Bridge) but take second turning right onto B6277. At traffic lights by the bridge/White Swan pub continue straight ahead on B6277 passing through Lartington, Cotherstone and then into Romaldkirk village. Hotel on right on middle green. From the North on the M6 ­ exit at Junction 38 (Tebay) and follow A685 through Kirkby Stephen to Brough. At Brough turn right under bridge onto A66 and continue East to Bowes. Exit onto A67 to Barnard Castle. Turn immediately left again onto a minor road signposted to Cotherstone. Continue on this road over Cotherstone moor to village. Turn left at T-Junction and continue through village and on to Romaldkirk (next village). From the South on M6 ­ exit at Junction 40 (Penrith) and head East on A66 past Appleby-in-Westmorland, Brough and then follow directions as above when approaching Bowes.

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