Situated in the beautiful grounds of the owner's attractive 18th Century stone farmhouse, one mile from Wolsingham village, Pasture Cottage provides luxury 4 star, self catering holiday accommodation, with its own private entrance and garden, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Staying in Pasture Cottage is like staying with friends - the comforts of home with additional luxuries. From the moment you arrive, you will experience peace and tranquillity away from the stresses of modern life. Whether walking the fells or through the fields, fishing on Tunstall Reservoir, biking or horse riding in Hamsterley Forest, visiting historical landmarks or just relaxing in the garden, time spent at Pasture Cottage will refresh and invigorate the senses.
Facilities include: Electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, washing machine, Radio/cassette/CD Player, Television/Video/DVD player, games room, garden, parking, bicycle lock-up, hairdryer
Attentive Family run business.
Very comfy beds to collapse into at the end of a happy day.
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Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Egyptian cotton sheets, down duvets and pillows(non allergenic available); large soft fluffy white towels.
Pets Allowed: Yes. One dog permitted (extra charge) £5 per day
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No. No smoking in Pasture Cottage or in the Garden Room annex.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Pasture Cottage is in a beautiful rural setting with spectacular views over rolling countryside. It has a private garden with garden furniture. Parking for up to three cars. Glorious walks from cottage. Games Room including table tennis and table football. Centrally located to explore North East England.
Local Services: Wolsingham village one mile, offering a good range of small shops, pubs, cafes and recreational facilities including an indoor hearted swimming pool and large children's recreation ground. Explore the glorious Durham Dales of and Teesdale and Weardale and in the North Pennines; visit Killhope, Bowes Museum, High Force or Hadrian's Wall, with family entertainment at Diggerland and the famous outdoor museum at Beamish. Durham City (20 minutes drive); Darlington (35 minutes); Newcastle (45 minutes) and The Metro Centre are within easy reach for shopping, entertainment, dining, theatres and the Sage Music Centre.Explore the inspiring NOrth East coast with its sandy beaches and castles or spend a day looking at specialist gardens at Eggleston Hall and Alnwick.
From Wolsingham Village market place, drive up the main street passing The Paper Shop on your right hand side. After the recreation ground, take the next right turn signposted to Tunstall Reservoir. High Doctor Pasture is one mile up this road on the right hand side.