This lovely semi-detached bungalow is situated close to the village of Norton just a couple of miles from Stockton-on-Tees.
This ground floor cottage is in a convenient location for anybody wishing to explore this wonderful area with easy access to superb countryside and historic sites.
All the accommodation is on the ground floor and starts with a sitting room with comfortable seating and electric fire before moving into the well-equipped kitchen with dining area.
There are two cosy bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with two singles, together with a family bathroom.
Outside is a large patio with furniture where you can sit and relax with a refreshing drink whilst planning your future activities.
There are many places to visit locally, including museums and visiting one of the quality restaurants and pubs in the area.
Norton has a number of pubs, shops and tea rooms, whilst Stockton-on-Tees is home to all of your high street favourites.
Drive south and you will discover the magnificent North York Moors National Park and the fabulous North Yorkshire coast, whilst a short drive to the north will bring you to the historic cathedral city of Durham.
Whatever you choose to do on your holiday, you can return to your holiday cottage and enjoy a restful night’s sleep.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with electric stove
About the location
Stockton-on-Tees 2 miles.
Norton is a village just two miles from Stockton-on-Tees which is famous for being the site of the first railway line from Stockton to Darlington. Norton is situated just off the A19 and is an ideal base for discovering the North York Moors, County Durham and a number of seaside towns. Just a short drive away is Great Ayton which is famous for being the boyhood home of Captain Cook, and is also mentioned in the Domesday Book. Great Ayton has two village greens, with a river running alongside, making it a popular picnic spot in the summer months. The city of Durham is just a half hour drive and is one of the jewels in England’s crown. Dominated by the historic centre, a World Heritage Site, the city is home to magnificent Durham Cathedral, with its breathtaking vaulted ceiling and splendid architecture. The cathedral, the final resting place of the Venerable Bede, is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in the whole of Europe. Durham Castle stands side by side with the cathedral, on a prominent hilltop site, encircled by the wooded slopes of the River Wear below. A superb base for exploring this historic region.