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A charming, stone-built, end of terrace cottage situated in a wonderful position in the centre of the village of Edmundbyers, this cottage dates back to 1759 and has been converted from a former cow byre. Retaining much of its original charm and character, and decorated and furnished in a traditional style, this cosy Edmundbyers cottage provides well-equipped and comfortable accommodation. This Edmundbyers cottage has one double bedroom with its own dressing room, and a warming woodburner in the sitting room. Within walking distance of the local pub, shop and village green, this Edmundbyers cottage is a great base from which to explore this beautiful area. Visit nearby Derwent Reservoir, Blanchland, Durham, Hexham, Hadrian's Wall and the Heritage Coast, all wonderful days out.
One king-size mezzanine double bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburner.
Oil central heating with woodburner in sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio, stereo/CD, small library of books, DVDs and CDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Roadside parking for 2 cars. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 mins walk.
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About the location
Consett 10 miles; Hexham 11 miles; Corbridge 12 miles; Durham 21 miles.
Edmundbyers is a quaint, traditional village situated south of the River Derwent, nestled in the foothills of The North Pennines and surrounded by heather moorlands, fields of grazing cattle and sheep, streams and woodland. From the village of Edmundbyers there are plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling, golfing, sailing, fishing and simply appreciating the quiet natural beauty. Edmundbyers consists of about forty cottages scattered around the village green, a Wesleyan Chapel, pub, restaurant and deli. Only four miles away is the delightful village of Blanchland. Dating back to 1165, Blanchland is reputed to be one of the prettiest villages in England, famous for being the film location for many of the Catherine Cookson novels; it is a popular destination for visitors from all over the world.