Consett is a town in the northwest of County Durham, England, with a variety of cycle friendly accommodation - Hotels, and B&B.
Population - 24,828 .
892 ft above sea level.
From Whitehaven - 111 miles.
A former 12 century Abbotts Lodge of nearby Blanchland Abbey, the hotel remaining as hospitable as it began, with just a touch more grandeur. `One of the fifty most romanatic hotels in Europe' - Sunday Telegraph.
Luxuriously appointed rooms and suites with en-suite or private bathroom, radio, colour TV, tea/coffee facilities, iron and ironing board.
After a day cycling or sight seeing relax by an open fire, enjoy a drink in The Crypt our medieval vaulted bar offering Real Ale and `Bar Bait', or fine dining in our popular restaurant.