- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
An outstanding, stone-built, terraced cottage in a lovely setting, on the edge of the village green in the attractive village of Piercebridge, 10 miles from Barnard Castle.
This single-storey Piercebridge cottage is a real delight, and every care has been taken by the owners to provide a beautiful holiday home, perfect for a romantic holiday or family break.
From the high quality fixtures and fittings, to the co-ordinated furnishings, this Piercebridge cottage is one of our finest Yorkshire Dales cottages.
Featuring a cosy and warm sitting room with a feature fireplace, which contains a woodburner and lovely soft furnishings, this room provides an ideal place to relax and unwind.
The well-equipped kitchen leads out to a lovely summer room.
The main bedroom features a king-size bed with a lovely en-suite shower room, whilst the second bedroom provides a king-size bed which is zip and link, thereby providing flexible sleeping arrangements.
The accommodation is completed with a luxurious main bathroom.
A great Piercebridge cottage to relax and unwind and enjoy this lovely area.
Enjoy a walk to the local gastropub or take an evening stroll along the nearby River Tees or to the impressive Roman ruins in the village.
For the more energetic, take advantage of the many walks available in this attractive area, including the renowned Teesdale Way, just a few hundred yards from the cottage.
A short drive away is the fascinating market town of Barnard Castle, with its cobbled streets, quaint alleyways, The Bowes Museum of Art and, of course, its dramatic castle, while beautiful Raby Castle, the National Railway Museum and the High Force Falls are also nearby.
With the Northern Dales and the Lake District waiting to be discovered further afield, this first class holiday home has much to offer!
All ground floor. Two bedrooms with TV: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC , 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Kitchen. Summer room with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner.
Electric central heating with woodburner. Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, 3 x TVs with FreeSat, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. One basket of logs inc. in rent, additional fuel available to purchase from shop next door. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Roadside parking in quiet, private lane by front of cottage. Front enclosed cottage garden with furniture, rear enclosed patio garden with furniture. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 3 mins walk. Note: The cottage may be suitable for less mobile guests, please contact the owner for more details.
- Last minute
- “Fabulous gem of a cottage”
- “This is one of the best holidays we have had in England. We stayed here in September 2014 along with our two dogs-the cottage is welcoming, superbly furnished and in a perfect location. We could not find fault with it at all, every little detail had been catered for. There are some fabulous walks to be found locally, we also spent a very enjoyable day at the sea side in Saltburn, which was an easy drive away.Would recommend to anyone wanting a relaxing break with a touch of luxury, and we most certainly will be returning--didn't want to leave!”
- “5 ***** Luxury”
- “After spending time in this picture perfect cottage we didnt want to leave.. Attention to detail was perfect.. Beds so comfy, luxury bathrooms, cosy living room snd country kitchen with everything you need. Weve stayed in many cottages because we are dog owners and this is one of the nicest.. You will not be disappointed”
- “A wee gem!!”
- “Wonderful feeling when you walk through the door, furnishings to die for. Great having a conservatory. Both wee westies loved it. Lovely English green, a quiet village, just whats need for a relaxing weeks holiday. A 2 minute walk to get a newspaper, fresh eggs. One pub being renovated when we were there, and right in village, pub over bridge ok. Because of westies we use cottages at least 2 per year. In 15 years I'd say it was the best one, although not necessary the best village. We laughed as next door was a no longer used chapel, hubby is a minister!!!!!. Definately would return.”
- “Excellent cottage”
- “We travel in the uk 4 times per year with our dogs. This cottage was a home away from home with all the facilities we require. Locally the walks and Roman history is amazing. The fox hole is a great eaterie and the organic farm is a great place to stock up on quality organic provisions. We loved our visit and the cottage offered us a safe, cozy haven from the winters storms. It offered good value money and a good place to forge new memories”
- “The cottage was perfect. Had the most comfy beds I've ever had in a rental and lovely owners who were very helpful and considerate. Had a high standard of décor/furnishings throughout and a beautiful garden. Very peaceful. We would love to go back.”
- “"The cottage was in a peaceful location and was comfortable and well equipped."”
- “This is a lovely cottage in a very nice area, with dog walks from the door. Thought has gone into making the cottage very comfortable, with very tasteful furnishings and well-equipped kitchens and bathrooms. The front garden is particularly pretty, with the addition of a well-stocked bird table meaning that there was an abundance of wildlife, including a rabbit one morning. The cottage is not far from the Durham Dales and the village has two good pubs and a shop.”
- “The cottage is great and finished to an excellent standard. It is perfectly located and very comfortable.”
- “Outstanding, very relaxing cottage. Christmas decorations were a nice touch.”
- “The cottage was well appointed, very cosy and well equipped. A place we are likely to return to in the future.”
- “A super cottage in a fabulous central location for exploring the Dales. The gardens were ideal for our two little dogs, nice and enclosed. We will definitely be going back again next year.”
- “The cottage was presented in a wonderful way; it was cosy, luxurious and very welcoming. There was plenty of room to sit and relax in private at the rear whilst the front garden provided a retreat during the evening and for a late night drink. The finish of the fixtures and fittings throughout was of the highest standard, it far exceeded our expectations. We would not hesitate to recommend this cottage to family and friends,and would book again.”
- “The cottage was excellent, we could have stayed another week! The owner was extremely accommodating, nothing was too much trouble for her and she could not do enough for us.”
- “Fabulous cottage, the landlady was very accommodating and friendly. Loved the historic setting and the farm/coffee shop was excellent. Loved the Roman fort, and the fact it was free was an added bonus.”
- “The standard of the property was excellent and Piercebridge was peaceful and welcoming.”
- “Lovely character cottage in a peaceful village setting. All the comfort of home. Lots of attention to detail. A welcome pack - very welcome!”
About the location
Barnard Castle 10 miles.
The attractive village of Piercebridge with its splendid village green, excellent village pubs and organic farm shop is located on the Teesdale border, next to the river Tees, just 10 miles east of Barnard Castle. The village is renowned for its Roman heritage, which dates back to around 70 AD. The Piercebridge Roman Fort Site, a recognised ancient monument, forms part of the region’s Dere Street Roman Trail, a celebration of the rich Roman heritage still to be enjoyed in the area. Forming part of the Teesdale Way, and within easy reach of the Cleveland Way, this walker’s paradise provides an excellent base from which walkers and cyclists can explore this delightful Dales area including nearby Swaledale and Weardale, with many bridleways, footpaths, cycle trails and lovely riverside walks available. Local attractions include the magnificent Raby Castle in nearby Staindrop, the Bowes Museum, Yorks National Railway Museum, Durham Cathedral and of course the delightful market town of Barnard Castle. The village is also ideally placed for touring the Lake District and the Northumbrian National Park.