A superb, end-terrace property situated close to the centre of the picturesque village of Hurworth-on-Tees, near Darlington.
Dating back to the 1800s, the cottage is in an enviable location, a stone’s throw from the church with its bell tower, fabulous pubs, many eateries and the River Tees.
This delightful cottage has been tastefully decorated in keeping with the character and charm of the original dwelling.
Upstairs two lovely bedrooms are offered, one with a wonderful king-size bed, while the other makes an ideal family room, sleeping three and including a spacious en-suite bathroom.
Also on the first floor is a shower room.
The spacious ground floor includes an excellent sitting room with woodburning stove, perfect for those chilly nights.
The well-equipped and stylish kitchen looks out onto a peaceful and private area to the back of the house.
There is a separate dining area between the kitchen and sitting room, perfect for group meals.
Alternatively, on a sunny evening, a table and chairs is provided in the garden for alfresco dining whilst enjoying views of All Saints Church.
A one minute walk brings you to The Bay Horse, serving fantastic food, and recognised by the Michelin Guide.
Other amenities in the village include a shop, pharmacy, pubs, restaurants and a fish and chip shop.
To work up an appetite before sampling Hurworth-on-Tees’s lovely eateries, walks down the River Tees can be enjoyed and are found within a few minutes’ walk from the cottage.
Within Hurworth-on-Tees, Rockliffe Hall offers a Spa and championship golf course, and there are numerous other golf courses also in the local area.
Nearby you will find the town of Darlington which has many pubs and restaurants, retail outlets, cinema, sports activities, the Railway Museum, and The Forum Music Centre.
Local rural towns of Northallerton, Barnard Castle and Richmond, as well as the breathtaking Dales landscapes characterised by dry stone walls, rivers and valleys are within easy access.
For a day out the cities of Durham and York are within forty five minutes’ drive and both boast impressive cathedrals and city walls.
A fantastic base for exploring the Tees valley or the Dales at anytime of the year!