Contact Us

Address: The Crown, Mickleton, Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, DL12 0JZ

Telephone: 01833 640 381

Email: info@thecrownatmickleton.co.uk

Our Location: Mickleton is situated 7 miles outside of Barnard Castle. 2 miles from Middleton in Teesdale and is a village of the Roman market town of Barnard Castle.


 

 

Bar

Kitchen

Monday

Closed

Closed

Tuesday

Closed

Closed

Wednesday

11am – 11pm

12 – 8pm

Thursday

11am – 11pm

12 – 8pm

Friday

11am – 11pm

12 – 9pm

Saturday

11am – 11pm

12 – 9pm

Sunday

11am – 9pm

12 – 5pm

Bank holiday

11am – 9pm

12 – 5pm

Bar

Monday

Closed

Tuesday

Closed

Wednesday

11am – 11pm

Thursday

11am – 11pm

Friday

11am – 11pm

Saturday

11am – 11pm

Sunday

11am – 9pm

Bank holiday

11am – 9pm

 

Kitchen

Monday

Closed

Tuesday

Closed

Wednesday

12 – 8pm

Thursday

12 – 8pm

Friday

12 – 9pm

Saturday

12 – 9pm

Sunday

12 – 5pm 

Bank holiday

12 – 5pm

 


 

Local Area
Barnard Castle lies on the River Tees and is a gateway to the surrounding hills and natural beauty of the Northern Pennines. Particular places of interest in the town itself are Barnard Castle, The Bowes Museum, The Witham Hall, Egglestone Abbey, The NEST Gallery and The Market Cross to name but a few. Barnard Castle now holds an undisputed reputation for its selection of high quality Antique shops for your perusal.

Lying in the north west, the valley of the upper Tees leads up through Middleton in Teesdale, taking in High Force and Cauldron Snout Waterfalls. Both the Pennine Way and Teesdale Way walking routes pass through the village of Middleton as well as the challenging cycle routes along these ways. The Tees Railway Path leads walkers and cyclists alike through the stunning countryside and such picturesque villages as Middleton, Lonton, Mickleton, Romaldkirk, Cotherstone and Lartington. Campsites, caravan parks, self catering cottages, bed and breakfast and hotels are all found in abundance in the area too.


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