This charming, terraced ground floor cottage in the village of Rookhope has been beautifully decorated.
Perfect for friends, couples or families the area is a haven for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts.
The entrance porch has plenty of space for hanging your coats and storing your walking boots and also houses the washing machine and fridge/freezer.
Through from here is the cosy open plan living area with a pretty kitchen area which is well equipped and has a Belfast sink.
Adjacent to this is a cosy sitting area set around the woodburning stove where you can put your feet up at the end of the day.
There is also a dining area where you can enjoy meals together and discuss plans for the following days.
Both bedrooms are very comfortable and have en-suite facilities to give you plenty of space to get ready in the mornings.
Outside is a terrace where you can enjoy alfresco dining with fantastic views across the village and beyond as your backdrop.
The village of Rookhope is set on the coast to coast cycle route which opens up miles of countryside and with bike storage at the cottage this is a fantastic opportunity to explore this famous track.
Surrounded by the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this is a fantastic area to really relax and feel away from it all.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
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.