Auckland Castle Park

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Auckland Castle Park: The Bishop's Deer Park is in eight hundred acres of parkland this is where the Prince Bishops once hunted game. Now In the park there are ample places for picnics and walks

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Auckland Castle Deer House

A charming Gothic Revival 'eyecatcher' built in 1760 in the park of the Bishops of Durham. It is a large stone castellated which provided deer with shelter and food, and rooms for enjoying the view.

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Located in Auckland Park, Bishop Auckland; North of town centre on A68

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Free

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