A delightful semi-detached stone holiday cottage converted from Grade 2 listed buildings in the grounds of The Old Hall, overlooking the garden.
2 Old Hall Cottage built in stone with a pantile roof was the original stable block. As a listed building the horse stalls and tethering rail have been retained, as has the stone block floor though now clad in wood for your comfort!
Ground floor: Dining room/kitchen with beams & wooden floor. Utility room. Separate toilet. 1 single bedroom.
First floor: Living room with beams and wooden floor, 2 bedrooms: I double 5ft, 1 zip link 6ft can convert to twin beds both with beams. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.
In a quiet village between Durham and Bishop Auckland, off an ancient lane leading to the River Wear, with no through traffic, this cottage provides a cosy and peaceful base from which to explore the beautiful Durham Dales – Weardale & Teesdale with their the historical splendour and industrial past. Keilder Water, Hadrian’s Wall ,the Northumberland coast and Lake District for longer days out.
Country walks from your cottage door; or relax in private with garden views watching the grey squirrels and birds. You’re welcome in The Old Hall garden too – a work in progress, with it’s mature trees and expansive views changing through the seasons.
No village shop,the nearest being Willington 2 miles.
Thomas Wright House our village restaurant serves meals every day from 12 till 8, also breakfast by arrangement. This is where you collect your cottage keys.
Enjoy a drink at Byers Green Club less than 5 minutes away – our local, with Live Bands the last Saturday of the month.