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A beautiful 17th Century Grade II listed character holiday cottage centrally placed for visiting the historic City of Durham with its famous castle and cathedral (world heritage sites), the attractive market town of Barnard Castle and Teesdale. Northumberland, Hadrian's Wall and the beautiful North East coastline with its lovely sandy beaches are also within easy driving distance.
Innkeepers Cottage sleeps two guests and is a romantic retreat located in the heart of the Northern Dales - perfect for walking, bird watching or simply relaxing amongst beautiful countryside. It has a sumptuously comfy kingsize bed and lovely log burning stove to relax by after a long country walk.
The historic little village of Frosterley is ideally placed in a peaceful conservation area, surrounded by glorious rolling countryside which provides plenty of lovely walks and spectacular waterfalls. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the village sits alongside the River Wear and has a pub, The Frosterley Inn. There is also a Fish & Chip shop and Coop within a short stroll of the cottage and a good local bus service for those who want to explore without using the car.
For those who want to explore a little further afield, hop on the steam train from Frosterley station and take a nostalgic journey to Wolsingham and Stanhope.
Stewart & Lynda Hunt joined Independent Cottages in February 2009
As the name suggests, back in the 17th Century Innkeepers Cottage was formerly the home of the local innkeeper. Today it has been beautifully refurbished to a high standard and perfectly blends modern conveniences with original old features including beams, original fireplaces and wooden floors - a cosy cottage brimming with character and charm!
Additional information: All rooms are tastefully furnished in a nostalgic way that is in keeping with a character cottage. Full gas central heating; Bed linen and towels provided.
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There is only a shower no bath.