Low Urpeth Farm
13/01/2014

1. Low Urpeth Farm, near Beamish & Chester-le-Street, is a large traditionally furnished family home on an arable farm offering:

  • Visit England 4 Star Gold Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast
  • 4 Star Gold self-catering accommodation

 

2. Awards:

2014:

  • Michelin Guide 2014

2013:

  • Visit England Breakfast
  • Taste Durham - Highest Quality Assured & Local Produce Champion

2012:...

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Michelin Guide 2014

Michelin Guide 2014
13/01/2014

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Low Urpeth Farm Info
13/01/2014

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Northern Farmer Diversification
26/03/2013

Low Urpeth Farm B&B feature on the Northern Farmer website - March 2013. Farm Diversification

Northern Farmer

Step back in time at B&B

4:33pm Friday 8th March 2013...

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Farm Stay B&B strikes Gold
04/02/2013

Golden Start for Farm Stay Bed & Breakfast

Low Urpeth Farm is enjoying a golden start to the New Year after clinching top prize in the prestigious North East England Tourism Awards.

Farm Stay member Low Urpeth Farm Bed and Breakfast struck Gold in the Best Bed & Breakfast category and Bronze in the Taste of the England at the glittering ceremony at The Sage Gateshead to clinch a hat-trick of gongs.

Earlier in the week, Low Urpeth collected Visit County Durham’s Taste Durham award – Highest Quality Assured and Local Champion....

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Farm Stay UK Blog page
23/01/2013

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Farm Stay B&B in the hunt for more honours!
23/01/2013

County Durham Farm Stay business in the hunt for more honours

 

Multi-award winning Low Urpeth Farm B&B is in the r...

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Low Urpeth Farm B&B
22/12/2012

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Low Urpeth Farm Information
20/12/2012

For PR information Low Urpeth Farm, call Sandra Whitefield - 077 69 67 1808

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Sheffield Star - 2 June 2012
14/06/2012

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Lincolnshire Echo - March 2012
03/06/2012

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Blackpool Gazette   March 2012

Blackpool Gazette March 2012
03/06/2012

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Daisy Green Magazine Review - May 2012
03/05/2012

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Green Business Tourism Silver Scheme
01/05/2012

Environmental Policy:

Here at Low Urpeth Farm we are committed to providing good quality service while actively reducing our environmental impact. To this end we offer the following:...

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North East Life - February 2012
27/01/2012

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Farm Stay B&B scoops North East Tourism Award
07/10/2011

Low Urpeth Farm has achieved Bronze at the prestigious North East England Tourism Awards in the Bed & Breakfast category.

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Low Urpeth Farm (photo)
19/08/2011

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LUF reaches Final of North East Tourism Awards
19/08/2011

Award winning Farm Stay business, Low Urpeth Farm, has reached the Final of the prestigious North East England Tourism Awards - for the second year in succession.  

 

The popular Chester-Le-Street based business, w...

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Durham Pocket Guides and Destination Maps launched
17/05/2011

Durham Pocket Guides and various Destination Maps were launched last week including the Destination Chester-Le-Street Map which I worked on . See "New Visitor Guide Set to Make a Splash for Durham" article for more information

http://www.tourismnortheast.co.uk/visit-county-durham/news

 

Sandra Johnson, Low Urpeth Farm B&B, Ouston, represented tourism businesses in the development of the Chester le Street Town Map. She said: “The publication will have a positive impact on the local economy of Chester le Street and w...

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Taste Durham 2011 coverage Low Urpeth Farm
14/02/2011

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County Durham Magazine coverage - February 2011
03/02/2011

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Records tumble for county’s eating places

Records tumble for county’s eating places
24/12/2010

DOZENS of the region’s best eateries have been honoured with an award for their quality and good service.

A record-breaking 60 premises in County Durham including restaurants, hotels, farm shops, cafés and bars have received the Taste- Durham quality mark in the third annual awards ceremony held at Ramside Hall Hotel, in Durham City, on Monday of last week.

Assessors from national tourist board Visit Britain inspected all the candidates for cleanliness, quality of menu, use of local produce and quality of service. ...

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Taste of the North East England Coverage
18/10/2010

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Farm Stay B&B win Taste of North East Award
15/10/2010

Farm Bed and Breakfast wins North East England Taste Award

15 October 2010

Farm Stay member, Low Urpeth Farm Bed and Breakfast near Durham, has captured the Bronze medal in ...

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Cracking Urpeth Breakfast Wins Taste Award
12/10/2010

Low Urpeth Farm Bed and Breakfast has captured the Bronze medal in the prestigious Taste of the North East Awards for creating an inspirational breakfast which is the pride of the region.

The award recognises the awe-inspiring ‘Cracking Urpeth Breakfast’ which showcases the best local produce from the region and is still lovingly prepared and served by the farmer and his wife, Peter and Hilary Johnson.

Low Urpeth Farm strives to deliver a unique countryside experience making visitors part of the rich heritage of a farm which has been in the family for over 190 years, while promoting the region through the dramat...

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Farm Stay UK in Eco Gardening Initiative
26/02/2010

FARM STAY UK IN ECO GARDENING INITIATIVE...

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Taste Durham Award 2010
04/12/2009

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View of the North (The Journal)
13/08/2009

The contribution of tourism to the regional economy is a well documented and a widely celebrated success story.

Despite minimum investment in our key transport links or tired clichés about northern lifestyles, the North East flexed its muscles and marched into the 21st century head held high as one of Europe’s premier destinations.

Thanks to a coordinated effort from regional partners, tourism is worth around £3.9 billion  and 60,000 people are directly employed promoting our great buildings, beaches, castles and vibrant, cosmopolitan locations....

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