- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
A lovely, 200-year old, stone-built end of terrace cottage situated in the tiny rural village of Boldron, two miles from Barnard Castle.
Attached to a former farmhouse, this pretty Boldron cottage provides a holiday home of real character with much of the owners' individual styling expressed throughout the cottage.
Offering warm and welcoming accommodation, this Boldron cottage features a sitting room with beams, a small but effective kitchen, two lovely bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside, this Boldron cottage offers a delightful cottage-style garden area with lovely views across the nearby countryside, plus there are a host of scenic walks and nature trails to be enjoyed nearby.
Within reach are Eggleston Hall, the Bowes Museum and Raby Castle, all worth a visit.
A good quality Boldron cottage, whatever the time of year and an ideal retreat for those wishing to get away from it all or enjoy a romantic break.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Small kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and open staircase to first floor.
- Programmable electric gel heaters
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with FreeSat, DVD, CD, radio, WiFi available via owners' connection
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair available
- Small rear courtyard with furniture and BBQ
- Lovely garden shared with owners
- Off road parking for 1 car
- One well-behaved pet welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shops and pubs 2 miles.
- Last minute
- “Home from home”
- “Been there 3 times and will stay again. Everything works, very clean and comfortable, in a very pretty part of the world. Owners (and their dogs) very friendly. Good pub too. Close to Barnard Castle and convenient to Durham, Newcastle and Teeside/Middlesborough. Nothing negative to report except, if you like to cook, bring a sharp knife.”
- “We had a fabulous time at Stable Cottage. The owners of the cottage were very friendly and helpful both before and during our stay. The cottage is in a good position for visiting many local attractions and we would definitely recommend it.”
- “The cottage was well equipped and comfortable. The garden and views were excellent, the owners were very friendly and informative.”
- “The house had a beautiful well kept garden and we had a very friendly welcome. Everything was perfect.”
- “We were greeted with a warm welcome when we arrived. The hospitality continued throughout our stay. Nothing was too much trouble for the owners. They were very informative, helpful and friendly. We were also included in the villages events and met some very nice local people, which made our holiday a little bit more special. We would return in a heartbeat, and would recommend anyone to stay in this lovely village.”
- “A lovely cosy cottage with beautiful views, sheep and rabbits in the field at the bottom of the garden! Well-equipped with lots of lovely thoughtful touches. The owners were very friendly and helpful. There were lots of things to do in the area, and beautiful walking country.”
- “The Cottage was warm and had a great garden and location for the dog as well. We will be returning.”
- “We had a lovely stay in this delightful cottage. The gardens are gorgeous and the house very clean and comfortable. Three nights was not really enough. Nice linen and comfy beds with everything you need in the kitchen. The owners are on hand next door and are very welcoming, friendly and very happy to have a dog in their property. The community pub is worth a visit too, just a few yards away! We would recommend this little gem of a place for a nice relaxing break.”
- “This was our fourth stay and as usual, we had a lovely time. The owners always welcome us with essentials. It's no wonder Stable Cottage feels like our home-away-from-home. We'll be back.”
- “Lovely quaint cottage, friendly and warm welcome. Very dog friendly with fabulous walks nearby and within a short drive there was castle Barnard riverside walk and high force which were a real highlight. The cottage garden was very generous in size and maintained beautifully. The peace and quiet of the cottage and village was lovely and relaxing. Thanks to the lovely owners for a great stay, and the fresh orange juice!”
- “The owners couldn't have been more welcoming. The cottage is in a lovely quiet spot but has easy access to amenities. We thought is was very good value for money.”
- “The owners are very friendly and helpful and full of local information on tourist venues, giving their opinion on the best places to visit, supplying maps, leaflets etc. The property is in a lovely village setting. The cottage is like a home from home, very relaxing and the surrounding area is beautiful, with lots to explore. We would certainly recommend this property and will most probably be making a return visit. Full marks to the owners for making us feel so welcome.”
- “Lovely property, in a gorgeous location. Exactly what we were looking for. We would definitely like to visit again and would recommend to family and friends. The garden was perfect.”
About the location
Barnard Castle 2 miles.
The small village of Boldron is situated in the heart of beautiful Teesdale. Boldron consists of a cluster of stone houses and a few farm dwellings. Beautiful walking country is right on the doorstep, with the Pennine and Teesdale Ways, the River Tees and magnificent waterfall at High Force all close by. The nearby market town of Barnard Castle stands on the site of an ancient Roman fort, which crosses the river. The medieval ruins of the castle still tower over the river and are well worth a visit. Known affectionately as 'Barney' by residents and visitors alike, the town boasts cobble streets, yards and back lanes which were first laid out in the 12th century. Other local attractions include the magnificent Raby Castle in nearby Staindrop, the Bowes Museum, Beamish Open Air Museum, Yorkshire National Railway Museum, Alnwick Gardens and of course Hadrian's Wall, the great Roman frontier across the north of England.