A fresh, superbly decorated stone terraced cottage in the heart of Wolsingham in County Durham.
This breathtaking cottage along with the incredible location that it sits in makes it perfect for a romantic couple or a small family break in one of England's most beautiful counties.
Walk through the traditional black door and be welcomed into a warming, large open plan living and dining area with a sublime stone fireplace and large comfortable sofas, perfect for some evening down time in this cosy cottage.
Wood furnishings are a big feature in this property as the laminate flooring and exposed beams lead you into a splendid large kitchen complete with wooden cupboards and furnishings.
The kitchen is well-equipped with all you need to rustle up a meal to enjoy in the warming sitting room or outside on the stunning decking area if the weather is right.
Up the classy stairs complete with traditional stair rods, you are greeted with a refreshing, calming landing area leading you towards two substantial, inviting bedrooms complete with calming colours and more beautiful, rustic wooden furnishings.
Out to the front of this cottage and over the road is a charming gravel area with multiple lockable bike storage sheds, as well as a decking area overlooking the stunning Waskerley Beck river, a dreamy suntrap with a beautiful view.
Enjoy a glass of wine with the calming flowing water in the background.
Wolsingham itself is a divine little town in County Durham, a typical British market town set with beautiful stone buildings, along with a number of shops, pubs and tea rooms making it a delightful location.
Wolsingham also offers activities such as a swimming pool and a grass bowls club.
This cottage is surrounded by fascinating places all within 20 minutes drive, Hamsterly, Bishop Auckland and of course Durham are all magnificent places you need to visit if you are up at this part of the country.
Durham is the stand out point around here, famous for its amazing architecture as well as an abundance of activities.
About the location
Hamsterley 6.7 miles; Bishop Auckland 10 miles; Durham 14 miles; Barnard Castle 20.5 miles; Newcastle 22 miles.
The picturesque town of Wolsingham is a quintessentially British market town in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Nestled in the beautiful valley of Weardale, the town is a popular stop-off point for visitors. The town boasts a number of well-regarded pubs, cafes and restaurants, as well as convenience shops and takeaways. In the town you’ll also find an indoor swimming pool and gym, grass bowls club, several picnic areas and a recreation ground with outdoor gym and playing fields. The town has plenty of amenities, including a Post Office, library, bank, gift and antique shops, grocery shops, bakery, butchers and greengrocers. Also all major supermarkets deliver here. Wolsingham Show is held on the first weekend in September and is the oldest agricultural show in the country. Wolsingham is superbly situated to enjoy the best of the north-east and is a very popular base for walking and cycling. There are plenty of local attractions, including the Weardale Heritage Railway featuring the Polar Express, Hamsterley Forest which is ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding, picturesque Tunstall Reservoir for fishing and walking, Killhope Lead Mining Museum, Bowes Museum, Auckland Castle featuring Kynren – an epic tale of 2000 years, High Force, Beamish Open Air Museum and Hadrian's Wall to name a few.