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.
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.