This wonderful semi-detached cottage is situated on Rookhope Burn, a delightful babbling stream, in a stunning rural location, next to the Old Miners Hall, on the outskirts of the former mining village of Rookhope in the North Pennines.
Surrounded by spectacular countryside, this charming, single-storey holiday home is the perfect location for a relaxing break whilst discovering this lovely part of County Durham.
Inside, this superb cottage has been furnished in a modern style with a bright, cheerful feel, with a well-equipped kitchen and comfortable sitting room with a cosy dining area.
Completing the accommodation are two welcoming bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside, the cottage has its own small private patio to the front, which provides relaxation after a bracing countryside walk or a day exploring the region.
Why not wander along to the popular village pub to sample some of their delightful fare or simply curl up in your cottage and soak up the surrounding countryside?
Jump in the car and take a trip to the Northern Lakes, historical Hexham, Hadrian's Wall and the city of Durham with its magnificent cathedral.
Alternatively, travel further afield and visit Newcastle and the Metro Centre, Bowes Museum, Beamish Open Air Museum, and the magnificent Heritage Coast.
This gorgeous cottage is in the perfect position for a luxury break at any time of the year.
Note: This property is next to Ref. 946743, together they sleep 14.
About the location
Stanhope 6 miles; Hexham 18 miles; Durham 25 miles.
The small former mining village of Rookhope in the North Pennines offers stone cottages, a shop, Post Office and a pub, and a local landmark, Rookhope Arch at Lintzgarth is situated a few hundred yards away. The village is also on the C2C cycle route, and there are a number of walking routes in the area. Within easy reach is the market town of Stanhope, which is situated in the beautiful Wear Valley and offers the Durham Dales Centre, housing tourist information, a coffee shop, local arts and crafts. The town also has a selection of pubs, specialist food stores, art gallery, Stanhope Steam Railway which hosts the famous Polar Express, an outdoor swimming pool and pleasant riverside walks. Blanchard is home to the Derwent Reservoir, whilst Hexham, another market town is nearby where you will find antique shops, and within driving distance are the famous Hadrian’s Wall, Hamsterley Forest, Killhope Lead Mining Museum, Barnard Castle, and the wonderful cathedral city of Durham.