Michelle & Ken offer a warm welcome to Bonners Lodge.

A hidden gem set back 1.5 miles from the A68 Find out more

“Céad Mile Fáilte” meaning a hundred thousand welcomes in Irish, is what we offer you at Bonners Lodge. Ken is Irish so our house is full of Irish humour and hospitality. Our guests will always enjoy a warm and friendly welcome and accommodation of a very high standard. Relax in one of our luxurious centrally heated bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, warmed fluffy towels, comfortable beds with exquisite Egyptian cotton sheets. Enjoy our lounge with lovely views over the countryside, 3D TV & sky box available for use. We have a selection of DVDs, board games and books for your enjoyment or simply enjoy the peace and tranquility at Bonners Lodge.

We offer Bed & Breakfast with the option of an evening meal & packed lunch, made on the premises using local produce. Free Wi-Fi available. Private off road parking and secure overnight storage for bicycles. Children, dog, and horse friendly.

Our Rooms

Our Rooms

Take a look at the facilities on offer here at Bonners Lodge.
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Local Activities & Attractions

Local Activities & Attractions

Cycle routes, public footpaths, museums, shopping & much more!
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Meet the Family

Meet the Family

We are a dog friendly B&B with stabling available for use.
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"I stayed at Bonners Lodge B&B whilst on business in the area. I stay away from home a lot with my job so I fancied a change from the usual chain type hotel.
It was a good decision as it is such a lovely place, set in the beautiful Durham countryside, Michelle is the perfect host and the en-suite accommodation is excellent and very comfortable. There was a skylight in the bedroom so I could see the stars from my bed(which made a nice change) and it was lovely to wake up to the peace and quiet and a total lack of noise from car alarms and traffic! Breakfast included fresh fruit salad, a selection of pastries ,and yoghurts and a full English. Michelle also caters for various dietary needs/requirements-I’m vegetarian and I hadn’t informed her beforehand but she still offered plenty of choice. After breakfast I even got to say hello to her two horses, which was a nice start to the day. I was sad to leave- it would have been nice to have stayed longer and get to enjoy the local area. We did eat in a nice pub nearby The Manor House which had a great unusual menu with lots of vegetarian options. Try the Cumberland Nettle cheese!"
— Sharron Evans