Wayside Cottage

Edmundbyers near Corbridge, Northumbria (Ref. 6736)

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Cottage features

  • Open fire
  • Smoke-free
  • Washing machine
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The property

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.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Christmas

Guest Reviews


    • “lovely cottage”
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    • “have just returned from staying at this cottage with my husband first week of july. 2015 and it was worth the stay. we were greeted by the owners who made us feel really welcome and took the time to explain how things worked with In the cottage. Cottage was beautiful in a really nice village and were made to feel really welcome by everybody. T he cottage had some really nice personal touch as there some things as in food left in the cupboards and the bottle of wine went down a treat WE really feel in love with this village and hope to be back next year. Sandra and chris from york”

    714sandra, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom, July 2015

    • “Fantastic Location”
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    • “My partner and our dog Tyke had a week in October. The Cottage is well set out,and the owners are very welcoming. It is a stone's throw from the Punchbowl pub, which is dog friendly and serves good food ( Tyke came with us every night when we had our evening meal ) There is also a restaurant.The country side is amazing and the reservoir up the road has some good walks. Lots of places of interest within an hours drive. We are planning on going again, as the people made us very welcome.”

    David O, Selby, United Kingdom, January 2015

    • “Sheer bliss”
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    • “Stayed at Wayside cottage for 4 nights at the end of December and over the new year, it was wonderful, a lovely cottage which is very well appointed. The wind was howling outside and it just felt lovely and cosy sitting in front of the log burner away from everything. There are lovely walks nearby especially the Derwent reservoir and the village itself is very friendly and welcoming with a nice village shop and a pub which is less than a stones throw away which serves excellent food and a good choice of beers. I would thoroughly recommend this cottage to anyone who wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, its just a shame we had to leave.”

    TimStocktonontees, Stockton On Tees, January 2014

    • “fatastic cottage a must do”
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    • “arrived jan in the thick snow,, julie had rang earlier to give us the best directions to the village. wine, milk, fresh flowers and logs for fire on arrival, snowed in 3 days didnt care the cottage was so warm cosy and only 10 footsteps from local pub”

    Yvonne W, Nottingham, United Kingdom, February 2013

    • “Couldn't ask for much better”
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    • “The cottage is situated in a very quiet village. The kitchen is more a galley style, the equipment for all the cooking we did is there. The living room is well designed, comfortable and cosy. I would suggest you take with you some more logs for the burner, the owners do leave you a couple of days worth along with firelighters. The bedroom has a king size bed and an old wooden floor, it creaks a bit, adds to the feel of the cottage. I would recommend this for any couple who want time on their own, with or without a pet. The place is a great centre for walking. With towns and cities within easy reach. The cottage was clean, a welcome pack of milk, wine, logs etc.. As a couple with the dog, it couldn't have been better”

    EastYorksTeach, East Yorks, November 2012

    • “Rugged country side”
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    • “Friendly welcome by owner. Good food at the pub close by and good location for seeing the beautiful country side”

    A FlipKey Verified Reviewer, Los Angeles, September 2012

    • “great location, felt remote but handy for attractions”
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    • “directions not clear upon entering village, but very welcoming owners and nice to have refreshments on hand upon arrival. quiet local pub directly opposite, great cycling round reservoir.”

    A FlipKey Verified Reviewer, Southport, September 2011

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    • “The Cottage was everything we expected, it was cosy, clean and in a lovely village. We were able to relax with our dog and go for long walks when we felt like it.”

    Mrs Noblett, Preston, September 2015

    • “A great cottage in a great location with a very warm welcome from the owner.”

    Mr Rogerson, Royston, August 2015

    • “Loved everything about the cottage, perfectly situated in the village, pub and shop within 50 yards. Very friendly owners, arranged to meet at cottage for keys and explanation of heating, cooker etc.”

    Mr Maughan, Preston, March 2015

    • “Fabulous property and lovely surroundings, couldn't ask for more.”

    Mrs Summerfield, Dronfield, March 2015

    • “Had a lovely weekend at this delightful cosy cottage. Had everything we needed for a pleasant stay with a nice real open fire. We enjoyed some nice home cooked meals at the Punchbowl pub which was just across the road from the cottage and they made us feel very welcome with our little dog Ralph. Will definitely stay there again :-)”

    Mr Guthrie, Leeds, January 2015

    • “Lovely cosy cottage in an ideal location with a nice pub next door. Couldn't fault it at all.”

    Mr Hagger, Peterborough, January 2015

    • “The complimentary wine flowers and general facilities the property offered. We liked the fact that there was no compromise on standard just because they allowed dogs to stay - which was a big use for us. It was home-from-home. Everybody was so friendly. It was a good base to travel from to the various walks around the beautiful countryside. The village pub was lovely and the food amazing! Thank you.”

    Ms Redfearn, Brough, November 2014

    • “Edmundbyers is a very friendly and relaxing place to stay. The scenery is fantastic. The local pub served excellent food and is dog friendly (as is Wayside Cottage) You are only 30 minutes drive from lots of historic and interesting places. We hope to go again in 2015 Wayside cottage has every thing you require for a very cosy stay, it is warm and very comfortable.We had the most relaxing time and our dog loved it.”

    Mr Oglesby, Selby, October 2014

    • “Lovely cottage, well equipped, friendly owners, local residents and shop. Excellent weather.”

    Mr Gittings, Brierley Hill, September 2014

    • “Our second visit, the reservoir is lovely. A lovely location and friendly welcoming landlords, will return again.”

    Mr Seargeant, Hull, July 2014

    • “The area was peaceful with many places to explore..We all had a brilliant holiday & the dog was so content.”

    Mrs Burgoyne, Peterborough, April 2014

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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.

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