Nestled in Eden Valley, close to the Northumberland border, the four-story period Alston Townhouse offers its guests truly charming accommodation and dates back to the 17th century.
This holiday home has been renovated to give a contemporary and stylish feel throughout.
It's perfect for a relaxing getaway for families or larger groups.
The ground floor of this townhouse is the perfect place to unwind, featuring a cosy living space overlooking the marketplace and a wall-mounted TV.
Here, there is a peaceful study space with desk.
A utility room equipped with a washing machine, tumble dryer, small toilet, and sink is also located on the ground floor.
The first floor boasts a spacious and extremely well-equipped kitchen and dining area, perfect for a hearty meal after a long day of exploring the wonders of the area and a children's lounge/playroom with a wall mounted TV and a selection of books, games and toys.
On the second floor of this townhouse, there are two snug double bedrooms, as well as a bathroom wiith shower over bath.
On the third and final floor, an ideal room for children is located featuring a bunk-bed.
In addition, there is a final, well-furnished double bedroom and a bathroom with a bath, shower, WC, and basin.
Though this townhouse does not benefit from an outside garden space, guests are spoilt with windows looking out on to the rustic streets to the front and church to the rear.
Famed for being the highest market town above sea-level, Alston offers its visitors scenic views, unique shops, and inviting pubs.
For museum lovers, visit the Heritage & Transport museum which homes a wide range of historical transport displays.
Alston Townhouse is perfect for those eager to explore the surrounding moorland landscape of the Pennines.
This region of England is mostly visited due to the landscape which is widely considered as one of the most scenic areas within the country.
The Pennines are designated Areas Of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
For hikers and novice walkers alike, the area offers unprecedented choice when it comes to footpaths and rural walks, and is home to the country's most historic long-distance footpath the Pennine Way.
Many famous landmarks are closely situated to Alston, including Hadrian's Wall which can be reached via public transport and Epiacum Roman Fort, which is regarded as one of the best preserved Roman forts.
Lantern House is the perfect location for a family or group holiday any time of the year.
It is an accommodating property perfect for exploration of one of the most beautiful and historically rich areas of the country.