- Very Good
- 10 guest reviews
"It was a lovely traditional pub with character and I had a lovely quiet relaxing night there...."
"Positive---very friendly staff. Negative---Thin blanket with no extras, No hot water, no plug for sink, no cereal or fruit juice for breakfa..."
"Good clean accommodation (bathroom big enough to hold a dance in), lovely chef who would cook whatever we wanted for breakfast (we were the..."
"we were met at the door and checked in quickly. Our room was clean and comfortable. The staff were friendly and made us welcome. Our evening..."
"Lovely breakfast and very friendly staff...."
About the hotel
We are a pub renowned in Wolsingham and the surrounding areas for our food and drink, our historical place within the community and our stunning interior and exterior aesthetics. We are perfect for meals with family, a drink with friends, or a quiet pint with a newspaper. The Bay Horse Hotel is an excellent base when visiting the beautiful area of Weardale.
To the West of the town the lovely scenery of the Durham dales forms part of one of England’s largest areas of outstanding natural beauty the North Pennines 30 minutes to the East and many exciting tourist sites and shopping centres including the Metro centre and the historic city of Durham with its castle, Cathedral and delightful river pathways. In the wider area are High Force, Low Force and Cauldron Snout waterfalls, Raby Castle, Barnard Castle, Bowes Museum, Hall Hill Farm, Blanchland, Derwent Reservoir, Durham Wildlife Trust's Visitor Centres at Low Barns and Hannah's Meadow, Newbiggin Chapel, The Bishop's Palace and Auckland Castle, Escomb Saxon Church, Binchester Roman Fort, Locomotion-National Railway Museum at Shildon, Nenthead Mines, Allenhead Heritage Centre, South Tynedale Railway. There are many more other places to visit in the area and The Bay Horse can provide you with an array of tourist information to help you plan and get the most out of your stay. The earliest reference to the Bay Horse Hotel at Wolsingham is 1827, though it is believed to be older. The original building was destroyed in the early 1920’s when a raging fire burnt down the hotel. The Bay Horse was once again rebuilt, with an additional storey. The veranda and distinctive bay windows remained the same and the hotel became one of the most striking and distinguished buildings in the village.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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70% would recommend it to a friend
Avoid - you will do better sleeping in your car in a lay-by
This a probably one of the worst places I have had the misfortune of staying at.
On arrival we were told that we couldn't check in as the internet was down however could we order our breakfast so that the chef could prepare it. We asked if we could complete the check in later and go to our room but we're met with a blank look. However we were persistent and given a key and shown to our room. The bathroom tiles and floor were dirty and the shelf was on such a slope nothing could be put on it. Breakfast although pre ordered took 50 minutes to arrive. The bacon was cold and uncooked and the food slid off the plate with the grease. If there was a minus score to be given I would. Avoid this place like the plague don't waste your money
A night at the Bay Horse Inn
It was a lovely traditional pub with character and I had a lovely quiet relaxing night there.