Durham Cottages

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    A delightful Grade II listed cottage in the pretty Durham village of Staindrop. Pet-friendly and cosy, close to Raby Castle, shops and restaurants. (Ref. 925003)

    7 nights from £262

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    Lovely, single-storey cottage in the grounds of the Grade I listed Walworth Casle Hotel, in the scattered village of Walworth, near Darlington. Open plan living. WiFi. Hot tub. Pet-friendly. Darlington 5 miles. (Ref. 927239)

    7 nights from £410

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    Outstanding terraced Stainton cottage in this small village in Teesdale. Cosy character accommodation, ideal for families or romantic break. Close to walks, castles, market towns and more. Barnard Castle 1 mile. (Ref. 3983)

    7 nights from £264

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    Lovely romantic Gainford cottage in Teesdale. Four poster bed, en-suite shower, separate bathroom. Good touring base. Barnard Castle 8 miles. (Ref. 9202)

    7 nights from £253

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    A welcoming stone-built cottage set in a beautiful rural location within the grounds of Barforth Hall, one mile from village of Gainford. Romantic retreat with private hot tub and four poster bed. Barnard Castle 8 miles. (Ref. 915731)

    7 nights from £287

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    Outstanding detached stone-built property, close to Durham city. Oozing character and charm with original features, flagstone flooring and exposed stonework. Two woodburning stoves. Hot tub. Durham 3 miles. (Ref. 919585)

    7 nights from £601

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    A beautiful Grade II* listed 16th century property on the edge of the village of Stanhope. With stone flagged floors, stone spiral staircase, Tudor fireplace and woodburner. Durham 22 miles. (Ref. 21851)

    7 nights from £531

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    A luxury mid-terrace cottage in Wolsingham, close to the North Pennines AONB. WiFi, 55" TV with Sky. Spacious open plan accommodation with views over Waskerley Beck. Enclosed garden. (Ref. 930409)

    7 nights from £334

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    A luxury detached farmhouse, surrounded by open countryside in the Durham Dales. En-suite bedrooms, large woodburner, ample off road parking and enclosed garden. Separate games room with additional bedroom. Walks from the doorstep. Stanhope 3 miles. (Ref. 921311)

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    7 nights from £781

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    Lovely semi-detached cottage in unspoilt location, near Frosterley village. Cosy accommodation in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Frosterley 2 miles. (Ref. 8149)

    7 nights from £269

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Just show me Durham Cottages

Stunning countryside, a gorgeous historic city and a wealth of visitor attractions all contribute to the timeless appeal of County Durham.

First stop, the city of Durham oozing charm and offering lots to see and do. From its splendid Romanesque cathedral and castle (a World Heritage Site), to its tiny, cobbled streets crammed with delightful galleries, boutiques and eateries, there's not much this city doesn't have. Enjoy a boat trip along the river, explore the romantic gardens of Crook Hall, or visit the renowned Durham University.

Head out of town to the emerald valleys of the Durham Dales, the rugged cliffs of the Heritage Coast, or the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where velvet moors unfurl to quintessential stone-built villages.

Get to grips with Durham on your next self-catering getaway

Such landscapes beg to be explored and walkers will delight with the choice of public footpaths, including the fabled Pennine Way. There are great opportunities for cyclists too, with long distance routes weaving through the region, plus adrenalin-pumping off-road thrills at Hamsterley Forest.

During your County Durham cottage holiday, do something different and try 4x4 driving, quad biking or archery. Have fun on the water fishing, sailing and water-skiing. Most golf clubs welcome visitors and courses range from 27-hole championship to demanding seaside links.

There are award-winning museums such as the open-air Beamish Museum and the grand château-style Bowes Museum, historic jewels like Raby Castle and Gibside country escape, along with family attractions including adventure farm parks, Diggerland, NRM Shildon and Hardwick Park.

So next time you're planning a holiday, consider a County Durham cottage - you won't be disappointed!