The Byre is a beautifully appointed barn conversion adjoined to the owner's home, situated near the charming village of Sedgefield, in County Durham.
Surrounded by stunning countryside and farmland, this lovely accommodation offers a bright and spacious feel inside, ideal for families, friends and couples alike.
With access to walking trails in North Yorkshire, the vibrant city of Durham and the eastern coastline, you won't want to miss an opportunity at this charming property.
There is a bridle path that crosses the property 100 metres to the North, giving easy access to footpaths and byways in the area.
The property has been finished with an attention to detail intended to ensure you can relax and unwind during your stay in beautiful surroundings.
Kick off your shoes and fully relax taking in the surroundings.
The living room features a fabulous woodburning stove, adding warmth to those cool winter evenings.
Curl up with your loved ones and enjoy the cheerful views of the countryside from the dual-aspect picture windows.
Create a fabulous family meal in the huge kitchen, which boasts a high ceiling, Velux windows and an AGA range cooker taking centre stage.
You have a sparkling family bathroom for you to make the most of an indulgent break, with a relaxing soak after a long walk.
There is also a shower over the bath tub and the master bedroom even has its own en-suite shower room, so there's plenty of space for everyone to get ready each morning.
A warm summer's afternoon invites you out into the garden, where you can sit with a refreshing beverage as you drink in the serene environment.
Nearby is the village of Sedgefield with its notable Racecourse and various other amenities to choose.
There is easy access to walking trails in Co Durham and North Yorkshire.
Stockton-on-Tees also makes a good day out, with its 'Air Trail' climbing course over the River Tees, watersports and two shopping centres.
You are also situated within easy reach of one of the most beautiful cities of England; Durham is just thirteen miles away and boasts its magnificent cathedral and fascinating streets filled with shops and places to eat and drink.
There are many walking trails, stunning landscapes and historic castles for the discerning traveller, with the Pennines and North York Moors reached by car.
Choose this wonderful retreat for your next holiday in a beautiful region of England.
About the location
SEDGEFIELD, COUNTY DURHAM
Durham 10.7 miles; Middlesbrough 15.1 miles
This historic town lies just north of Stockton-on-Tees, in the English county of Durham.
It offers many sporting facilities including a golf club, squash club and cricket club, but is more popularly known for its Racecourse, which boasts a friendly reputation and relaxed atmosphere.
There are many events on throughout the year, with race meetings dating back to 1846 and even earlier.
With its restaurant, bistro and bars, you can enjoy a fun-filled day out with the whole family.
The market town of Stockton-on-Tees has two modern shopping centres, yet still retains many of its original yards, most interestingly being Green Dragon Yard housing the Green dragon pub, recording studios and Britain's oldest surviving Georgian Theatre.
The River Tees running through the town offers a plethora of watersports activities including rowing and canoeing, as well as dragon boat racing, and pleasant strolls along the Tees Walkway, accessed via the Millenium Footbridge.
A day out can be spent with the kids at Air Trail, which boasts the biggest climbing adventure course of its kind in the UK.
Set over four levels, with tight ropes, swinging stepping stones and balancing beams floating high above the River Tees, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Middlesbrough offers many places to eat, drink and shop as well as having a thriving nightlife and many attractions worth a visit including, the Dorman Museum, the Institute of Modern Art, and Stewart Park covering 120 acres of woodland and lakes, along with the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum.
Other attractions in the area worth a visit are Preston Park Museum and Grounds, Hardwick Hall Country Park and the National Trust's Ormesbury Hall.
A holiday of any kind can be enjoyed in this lovely part of England..