Bowes 1 mile.
A delightful Victorian barn conversion, adjacent to the owners' 17th century stone-built farmhouse, in an elevated hillside position, just over a mile from the charming village of Bowes.
Beautifully presented and offering comfortable accommodation, this Bowes cottage provides an ideal country escape for those wishing to get away from it all and enjoy the delights of the open countryside.
This cottage near Bowes features a first floor sitting area, giving panoramic views across rolling fields to the moors and valleys of the Dales, along with two generous double bedrooms and the family bathroom.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a well-equipped kitchen with dining area and impressive stone flooring, and a twin bedroom with en-suite shower room.
This Bowes cottage is ideal for family and friends wishing to get together for that long-awaited break and is a great base for touring Teesdale and the surrounding area.
The nearby market town of Barnard Castle, with its cobbled streets, Victorian architecture andquaint lanes attracts visitors all year round, while the northern Dales are waiting to be discovered.
Visit medieval Raby Castle with its deer park, The Bowes Museum, High Force Waterfall and Egglestone Hall, or enjoy the walks from the doorstep along the River Tees or through the beautiful Teesdale countryside.
This delightful Bowes cottage is ideal for spring, summer or autumn breaks.
About the location
Barnard Castle 4 miles.
The pretty village of Bowes is situated amid the unspoilt countryside of Teesdale, in County Durham. The village boasts a traditional old pub and has a long history dating back to the Romans. Its most famous landmark is Bowes Castle, built on the site of the original Roman fort soon after the Norman Conquest. Bowes also has a significant connection with Charles Dickens and Dotheboys Hall in the heart of the village is believed to have been the inspiration for Nicholas Nickleby. Nearby is the market town of Barnard Castle, whose medieval ruins still tower over the river and are well worth a visit. The town itself boasts cobbled streets, yards and back lanes that were originally laid in the 12th Century. Within easy reach are the Bowes Museum, Pennine and Teesdale Ways, the River Tees and the magnificent waterfalls at High Force.