Resting in a lovely location with beautiful views towards the countryside, The Lodge is a breath of fresh air, sitting close to the delightful Bishop Auckland.
Whether you are joining travellers for a holiday of adventure or a relaxing break with friends, this cottage is a promising choice all-year-round.
Take a moment to appreciate your surroundings before entering inside to the comfortable lounge, perfect for a relaxing afternoon, complemented by dark furnishings and leather seating to off-set the layout well.
Wander over to the kitchen, complete with lovely countertops and units; here you can prepare your favourite meals in style, before sitting down with your loved ones at the charming dining area.
This same sense of character continues to the bedrooms, all located on the same floor, and neighboured by a classic bathroom, comprising of both a bath and a shower to make you feel right at home.
After a good night's sleep, stroll out to the spacious garden to be at one with the delightful landscape, or why not indulge in some of the finest attractions gracing the market town and beyond.
Bishop Auckland offers a thriving arts and cultural scene with a cinema, theatre and arts complex.
Also, close by is the Kynren show - a captivating experience for all the family.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink in the town centre and an abundance of shops to peruse.
A little further afield you can discover the Durham Dales, Newcastle upon Tyne, Hadrian's Wall, the Heritage Coast, Cragside at Rothbury and the North York Moors.
A peaceful escape away from it all.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 2 x double (one zip/link, can be twin upon request). Bathroom with bath, shower, basin and WC. Open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area.
About the location
Durham 11 miles;
Bishop Auckland is a busy market town, 11 miles to the south of Durham and is home to the Gothic palace of Auckland Castle and deer park, a 900 year old medieval hunting lodge and grounds, once home to the Prince Bishop’s of England. Bishop Auckland offers a thriving arts and cultural scene with a cinema, theatre and arts complex. There are plenty of places to eat and drink in the town centre and an abundance of shops to peruse. On the outskirts of the town you can discover the secrets of the largest Roman Fort in the county at Binchester or perhaps book a night at Kynren, a spectacular night show depicting the history of England, seen through the eyes of Arthur, a 10 year old boy from the North East, (opening July 2016) and marvel at the pyrotechnics, stunning lighting and water effects.The city of Durham is just a short drive north with an array of shops, pubs and restaurants, and a little further will take you to the Roman town of Chester-le-Street or Beamish Museum. A little further afield you can discover the Durham Dales, Newcastle upon Tyne, Hadrian's Wall, the Heritage Coast, Cragside at Rothbury and the North York Moors; there’s something for everyone.