An outstanding, stone-built, terraced cottage in a lovely setting, on the edge of the village green in the attractive village of Piercebridge, 10 miles from Barnard Castle.
This single-storey Piercebridge cottage is a real delight, and every care has been taken by the owners to provide a beautiful holiday home, perfect for a romantic holiday or family break.
From the high quality fixtures and fittings, to the co-ordinated furnishings, this Piercebridge cottage is one of our finest Yorkshire Dales cottages.
Featuring a cosy and warm sitting room with a feature fireplace, which contains a woodburner and lovely soft furnishings, this room provides an ideal place to relax and unwind.
The well-equipped kitchen leads out to a lovely summer room.
The main bedroom features a king-size bed with a lovely en-suite shower room, whilst the second bedroom provides a king-size bed which is zip and link, thereby providing flexible sleeping arrangements.
The accommodation is completed with a luxurious main bathroom.
A great Piercebridge cottage to relax and unwind and enjoy this lovely area.
Enjoy a walk to the local gastropub or take an evening stroll along the nearby River Tees or to the impressive Roman ruins in the village.
For the more energetic, take advantage of the many walks available in this attractive area, including the renowned Teesdale Way, just a few hundred yards from the cottage.
A short drive away is the fascinating market town of Barnard Castle, with its cobbled streets, quaint alleyways, The Bowes Museum of Art and, of course, its dramatic castle, while beautiful Raby Castle, the National Railway Museum and the High Force Falls are also nearby.
With the Northern Dales and the Lake District waiting to be discovered further afield, this first class holiday home has much to offer!
About the location
Barnard Castle 10 miles.
The attractive village of Piercebridge with its splendid village green, excellent village pubs and organic farm shop is located on the Teesdale border, next to the river Tees, just 10 miles east of Barnard Castle. The village is renowned for its Roman heritage, which dates back to around 70 AD. The Piercebridge Roman Fort Site, a recognised ancient monument, forms part of the region’s Dere Street Roman Trail, a celebration of the rich Roman heritage still to be enjoyed in the area. Forming part of the Teesdale Way, and within easy reach of the Cleveland Way, this walker’s paradise provides an excellent base from which walkers and cyclists can explore this delightful Dales area including nearby Swaledale and Weardale, with many bridleways, footpaths, cycle trails and lovely riverside walks available. Local attractions include the magnificent Raby Castle in nearby Staindrop, the Bowes Museum, Yorks National Railway Museum, Durham Cathedral and of course the delightful market town of Barnard Castle. The village is also ideally placed for touring the Lake District and the Northumbrian National Park.