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East Bridge End Farm

, County Durham

Sleeps 5    TRUE

Price from £318.00-£698     Ref hoscw8306

East Bridge End Farm
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Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Cycle Store • Car Parking Available • DVD player • Dishwasher • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Highchair • Pub within 1 mile • Open Fire • Horse Riding nearby • Rural • Linen • Cot Available • Car Parking Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Fishing nearby • Pet Acceptance • Popular Tourist Destinations • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • 4 nights for 3 •

Winter Cottage

Bishop Auckland, County Durham

Sleeps 2    TRUE

Price from £254.00-£529     Ref hoscw44245

Winter Cottage
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Cycle Store• Dishwasher • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Linen • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • UKONLY • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Oscar's Barn

Darlington, County Durham

Sleeps 2    TRUE

Price from £524.00-£905     Ref hoscw44108

Oscar's Barn
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Barbecue• DVD player • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Romantic Getaways • Rural • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Customer Choice 2017 • Customer Choice • Barn conversion • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Ken's Cottage

Bishop Auckland, County Durham

Sleeps 4    FALSE

Price from £274.00-£635     Ref hoscw44021

Ken's Cottage
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Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Cycle Store • DVD player • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Open Fire • Romantic Getaways • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Cot Available • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Popular Tourist Destinations • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Customer Choice • Customer Choice 2018 • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Colepitt Cottage - W43147

Spennymoor, County Durham

Sleeps 4    FALSE

Price from £254.00-£685     Ref hoscw43147

Colepitt Cottage - W43147
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Barbecue• DVD player • Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Car Parking Available • Linen • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Home Brand • UKONLY • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Roslyn Cottage

, County Durham

Sleeps 4    TRUE

Price from £338.00-£738     Ref hoscw42487

Roslyn Cottage
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Car Parking Available• Detached Property • DVD player • Garden / Patio • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Internet Connection • Linen • Car Parking Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Popular Tourist Destinations • Home Brand • Open Plan • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Holly Cottage

, County Durham

Sleeps 2    FALSE

Price from £169.00-£449     Ref hoscw42717

Holly Cottage
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The Ashes

, County Durham

Sleeps 10    TRUE

Price from £704.00-£1969     Ref hoscw42308

The Ashes
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Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Car Parking Available • Detached Property • DVD player • Dishwasher • Garden / Patio • Highchair • Rural • Stabling • Woodburning Stove • Linen • Cot Available • Car Parking Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Working Farm • Pet Acceptance • Discount - Easter • Discount - April • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Home From Home • Group Accommodation • 4 nights for 3 •

Riverside Cottage

BISHOP AUCKLAND, County Durham

Sleeps 4    TRUE

Price from £494.00-£795     Ref hoscuk10265

Riverside Cottage
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Situated in the quiet hamlet of Burnside in County Durham, The Old Miners Hall (ref UK10264) and The Old Miners Bath House (ref UK10265) are semi-detached and boast super, high quality accommodation in a location that is equally stunning. The Old Miners Hall can only be described as simply stunning. With attention to detail in every corner and crevice, this beautiful home boasts 5* fixtures and fittings throughout. With limestone flagged flooring downstairs, exposed stone walls and a beautiful glass door leading into the hallway, guests will find themselves surrounded by traditional features with a modern and luxurious feel. The Old Miners Bath House sits right next door to The Old Miners Hall and is just the perfect destination for a quiet romantic break. Dressing gowns, slippers and a bottle of fizz with fresh flowers will be presented upon arrival. All on one level and ideal for guests who struggle to climb the stairs, this cottage has been furnished beautifully. To the side of the property guests will find their own private hot tub hidden away within its own summerhouse, making it the most fabulous spot for an evening relaxing and enjoying a well-earned break. Alternatively explore the fabulous countryside, with walking and cycling close by. A great location for peace, quiet and romance, The Old Miners Bath House is the perfect destination at any time of year.A perfect paradise for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers, these semi-detached cottages lie amidst an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and have far-reaching views across the Durham Dales. With a variety of established public footpaths, walks and cycle paths leading from Burnside, through the village of Rookhope and further out into the county itself. Guests will find themselves alongside the famous Coast to Coast cycle route, which stretches from the coast of Cumbria to the award-winning beaches of the north east. With a small shop, post office and local pub serving great quality food and drink, the village of Rookhope is a traditional and welcoming one and lies just under a mile away. A little further afield, but still only six miles away, guests will be able to visit the very popular market town of Stanhope. With a traditional high street bustling with small eateries, local pubs and independent shops Stanhope is a popular destination at any time of year. The local fish and chip shop is renowned as being one of the best in the county and the small traditional sweet shop is a great destination for guests of all ages. Stanhope is also home to the Durham Dales Visitor Centre which is always popular with guests wanting to find out more about the area. The heated, open air swimming pool is a popular spot in the summer months and is open from May –September for guests brave enough to take the plunge! The popular Weardale Steam Railway has a stop at Stanhope too, and is a great way to see the countryside over the 18-mile stretch of railway. Guests with families must make sure to book ahead for the magnificent Train to Christmas Town journey over the winter months. Other popular villages in the area are Killhope which is home to the Lead Mining Museum, Allenheads, Frosterley, St John’s Chapel and Alston. A little further afield but still within an hour’s drive guests will be able to take a trip to the cathedral city of Durham which is famous for its cathedral and castle as well as many outdoor festivals including the Brass festival, Book Festival, jazz festival and Lumiere. The abbey town of Hexham, chic Corbridge, Hamsterley, Newcastle upon Tyne, Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland and the fabulous beaches of the Northumberland coast offer guests plenty to visit, enjoy and explore in the region. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 14 guests.

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Open Fire / Woodburner• Cycle Store • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Hot Tub (Any) • Rural • Woodburning Stove • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Cot Available • Luxury • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Newly listed property • Theme Breaks for Couples • Popular Tourist Destinations • Home Brand • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Entrance Ramp/Level Access • Hot tub privacy options • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Shower Cubicle • Last Minute • ECC • 4 nights for 3 •

The Old Miners Hall

BISHOP AUCKLAND, County Durham

Sleeps 10    FALSE

Price from £1284.00-£2815     Ref hoscuk10264

The Old Miners Hall
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Situated in the quiet hamlet of Burnside in County Durham, The Old Miners Hall (ref UK10264) and The Old Miners Bath House (ref UK10265) are semi-detached and boast super, high quality accommodation in a location that is equally stunning. The Old Miners Hall can only be described as simply stunning. With attention to detail in every corner and crevice, this beautiful home boasts 5* fixtures and fittings throughout. With limestone flagged flooring downstairs, exposed stone walls and a beautiful glass door leading into the hallway, guests will find themselves surrounded by traditional features with a modern and luxurious feel. The Old Miners Bath House sits right next door to The Old Miners Hall and is just the perfect destination for a quiet romantic break. Dressing gowns, slippers and a bottle of fizz with fresh flowers will be presented upon arrival. All on one level and ideal for guests who struggle to climb the stairs, this cottage has been furnished beautifully. To the side of the property guests will find their own private hot tub hidden away within its own summerhouse, making it the most fabulous spot for an evening relaxing and enjoying a well-earned break. Alternatively explore the fabulous countryside, with walking and cycling close by. A great location for peace, quiet and romance, The Old Miners Bath House is the perfect destination at any time of year.A perfect paradise for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers, these semi-detached cottages lie amidst an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and have far-reaching views across the Durham Dales. With a variety of established public footpaths, walks and cycle paths leading from Burnside, through the village of Rookhope and further out into the county itself. Guests will find themselves alongside the famous Coast to Coast cycle route, which stretches from the coast of Cumbria to the award-winning beaches of the north east. With a small shop, post office and local pub serving great quality food and drink, the village of Rookhope is a traditional and welcoming one and lies just under a mile away. A little further afield, but still only six miles away, guests will be able to visit the very popular market town of Stanhope. With a traditional high street bustling with small eateries, local pubs and independent shops Stanhope is a popular destination at any time of year. The local fish and chip shop is renowned as being one of the best in the county and the small traditional sweet shop is a great destination for guests of all ages. Stanhope is also home to the Durham Dales Visitor Centre which is always popular with guests wanting to find out more about the area. The heated, open air swimming pool is a popular spot in the summer months and is open from May –September for guests brave enough to take the plunge! The popular Weardale Steam Railway has a stop at Stanhope too, and is a great way to see the countryside over the 18-mile stretch of railway. Guests with families must make sure to book ahead for the magnificent Train to Christmas Town journey over the winter months. Other popular villages in the area are Killhope which is home to the Lead Mining Museum, Allenheads, Frosterley, St John’s Chapel and Alston. A little further afield but still within an hour’s drive guests will be able to take a trip to the cathedral city of Durham which is famous for its cathedral and castle as well as many outdoor festivals including the Brass festival, Book Festival, jazz festival and Lumiere. The abbey town of Hexham, chic Corbridge, Hamsterley, Newcastle upon Tyne, Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland and the fabulous beaches of the Northumberland coast offer guests plenty to visit, enjoy and explore in the region. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 14 guests.

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Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Cycle Store • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Hot Tub (Any) • Rural • Woodburning Stove • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Cot Available • Luxury • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Newly listed property • Pet Acceptance • Popular Tourist Destinations • Home Brand • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Entrance Ramp/Level Access • Hot tub privacy options • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Parking for 3+ cars • Shower Cubicle • Last Minute • Group Accommodation • ECC • 4 nights for 3 •

The Cottage

FERRYHILL, County Durham

Sleeps 4    TRUE

Price from £314.00-£789     Ref hoscukc3468

The Cottage
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Perfectly located right at the heart of the peaceful village of Bishop Middleham, which boasts two popular village pubs and a local shop, Dun Cow Cottages are the most ideal semi-detached holiday homes for a family getaway or celebration. Situated just a short 8 mile drive away from the historic cathedral city of Durham, there are many links between the city and the village itself. Well-positioned between the three castles of Durham, Stockton and Darlington, Bishop Middleham became the favourite seat of the early bishops and has a wealth of its own history. Once known as a popular village pub The Dun Cow (ref UKC2544) remains an important part of that history and guests will be able to take a look at the unusual sign above the door which is identical to a carving on the north west turret of Durham Cathedral. Perfect for extended families wanting to meet up or for groups of friends wanting to holiday together, guests will find that The Dun Cow is spacious, bright and full of charm. The enclosed garden is large and well designed with a raised decking area and plenty of outdoor furniture. The Cottage (ref UKC3468) is a brilliant spot for couples to enjoy a quiet romantic break or for small families looking to discover the area. Alternatively, guests can book these two properties together and relish in some time with loved ones.There are many established public footpaths, walks and cycle paths that lead directly through the village and out into the heart of County Durham. Perfect for families of all ages and with excellent transport links, there are plenty of amenities and attractions all within just a short 30-minute drive. The city of Durham, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is only 8 miles away and is one of the most historic cities in England, offering guests an abundance of attractions to visit and enjoy including Durham Castle and Durham Cathedral. There is also the Gala Theatre and Millennium Square located in the centre of the city, making this the perfect spot for guests wanting to enjoy a theatre trip as part of their break. Packed with top quality restaurants, bistros, cafés and bars, Durham is a thriving city with plenty of entertainment for guests at all time of the year. Guests have the opportunity to enjoy the Lumiere Festival every other year, annual book week, jazz festival, arts festival, miners gala and many more free attractions as well as the weekly farmer’s market and pavement artists that line the streets and market place. Should guests wish to enjoy a little retail therapy then they will find some beautiful boutiques along with many high street names and designer shops too. Durham County Cricket Club and Durham Golf Club are also only a short drive away as well as the pool and leisure centre at Freeman’s Quay.A little further afield, but still within easy driving distance, guests will be able to enjoy a day trip to the magnificent North Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors, or visit one of the many smaller villages in County Durham. Bishop Auckland, which hosts the fabulous Kynren Spectacular, is only a 20-minute drive away and Barnard Castle is 40 minutes by car. There is also the opportunity to visit the Angel of the North statue which is only a 30-minute drive away, Beamish Museum, 20 miles, Newcastle, 30 miles and the Metrocentre, 26 miles. Beach 14½ miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.

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Cycle Store• Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • UKONLY • 4 nights for 3 •

The Dun Cow

FERRYHILL, County Durham

Sleeps 8    TRUE

Price from £544.00-£1285     Ref hoscukc2544

The Dun Cow
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Perfectly located right at the heart of the peaceful village of Bishop Middleham, which boasts two popular village pubs and a local shop, Dun Cow Cottages are the most ideal semi-detached holiday homes for a family getaway or celebration. Situated just a short 8 mile drive away from the historic cathedral city of Durham, there are many links between the city and the village itself. Well-positioned between the three castles of Durham, Stockton and Darlington, Bishop Middleham became the favourite seat of the early bishops and has a wealth of its own history. Once known as a popular village pub The Dun Cow (ref UKC2544) remains an important part of that history and guests will be able to take a look at the unusual sign above the door which is identical to a carving on the north west turret of Durham Cathedral. Perfect for extended families wanting to meet up or for groups of friends wanting to holiday together, guests will find that The Dun Cow is spacious, bright and full of charm. The enclosed garden is large and well designed with a raised decking area and plenty of outdoor furniture. The Cottage (ref UKC3468) is a brilliant spot for couples to enjoy a quiet romantic break or for small families looking to discover the area. Alternatively, guests can book these two properties together and relish in some time with loved ones.There are many established public footpaths, walks and cycle paths that lead directly through the village and out into the heart of County Durham. Perfect for families of all ages and with excellent transport links, there are plenty of amenities and attractions all within just a short 30-minute drive. The city of Durham, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is only 8 miles away and is one of the most historic cities in England, offering guests an abundance of attractions to visit and enjoy including Durham Castle and Durham Cathedral. There is also the Gala Theatre and Millennium Square located in the centre of the city, making this the perfect spot for guests wanting to enjoy a theatre trip as part of their break. Packed with top quality restaurants, bistros, cafés and bars, Durham is a thriving city with plenty of entertainment for guests at all time of the year. Guests have the opportunity to enjoy the Lumiere Festival every other year, annual book week, jazz festival, arts festival, miners gala and many more free attractions as well as the weekly farmer’s market and pavement artists that line the streets and market place. Should guests wish to enjoy a little retail therapy then they will find some beautiful boutiques along with many high street names and designer shops too. Durham County Cricket Club and Durham Golf Club are also only a short drive away as well as the pool and leisure centre at Freeman’s Quay.A little further afield, but still within easy driving distance, guests will be able to enjoy a day trip to the magnificent North Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors, or visit one of the many smaller villages in County Durham. Bishop Auckland, which hosts the fabulous Kynren Spectacular, is only a 20-minute drive away and Barnard Castle is 40 minutes by car. There is also the opportunity to visit the Angel of the North statue which is only a 30-minute drive away, Beamish Museum, 20 miles, Newcastle, 30 miles and the Metrocentre, 26 miles. Beach 14½ miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.

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Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Cycle Store • DVD player • Dishwasher • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Woodburning Stove • Welcome Pack • Decorated at Christmas • Internet Connection • Linen • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Historical/heritage property • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Parking for 3+ cars • Shower Cubicle • Group Accommodation • 4 nights for 3 •

Hazel Cottage

Durham, County Durham

Sleeps 4    FALSE

Price from £374.00-£789     Ref hoscukc1822

Hazel Cottage
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Quietly nestled away in rural County Durham, Durham Country Cottages are in the most fabulous location for exploring the north east counties of Durham and Northumberland and the city of Newcastle. Only a few miles away from major transport links, yet set in almost 18 acres of the owner’s, unspoilt grounds these three cottages, Bramble Cottage (ref UKC1820), Kestrel Cottage (ref UKC1821) and Hazel Cottage (ref UKC1822) really do give guests the best of both worlds. All three cottages have been finished to a good standard and offer light, spacious and airy accommodation and a baby bath and steriliser are available on request. All on one level and ideal for the less mobile guests, you will find an open plan living room and kitchen area with wooden floors, underfloor heating and French doors leading out to a fenced patio area. The views from each property are super and look out across open fields and countryside. Perfect for couples wanting to enjoy a romantic break, families wanting to get together, or friends looking to enjoy a reunion or celebration. For those who enjoy walking or cycling, there are numerous established public footpaths and walks that lead from the grounds and out into the nearby villages, including the old mining villages and communities of Shotton, Peterlee, Easington and Blackhall Colliery. The Durham Heritage Coast can be reached in under a 15-minute drive and is only an 8-mile walk away for the energetic wanting to enjoy an afternoon at one of the fabulous beaches that line the north east coast, including Seaham, Crimdon and Easington beaches. Shotton Airfield hosts the only skydiving school in the north east so be sure to book ahead if a skydive is to be part of your holiday!Just a 10-mile drive away takes you to the historic City of Durham. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the City of Durham is filled with a variety of historic sites and popular visitor attractions that are centuries old. Durham Castle and cathedral must be visited to appreciate the awe inspiring architecture. The Gala Theatre is located in the centre of the city, making the cottages the location for guests wanting to enjoy a theatre trip as part of their break. Packed with top quality restaurants, bistros, cafés and bars, Durham is a thriving city with plenty of entertainment at any time of the year. The incredible Lumiere Festival takes place every second November, or then annual book week, jazz festival, arts festival, miners gala and many more free attractions, as well as the weekly farmers’ market. Many of the university colleges and campuses can be found within a 10 mile radius of the cottages, and this is the ideal base to get to know the university and visit friends and family who might be attending one of the graduation ceremonies. The top class county cricket ground of Durham County Cricket Club is also only a 20-minute drive away, great for enjoying a test match or concert. The very popular Beamish Living Museum is a 30 minute drive away and makes a good day out for families of all ages. The Angel of the North statue is just a 30-minute drive away, while Newcastle and the Metro Centre are 45 minutes by car. Beach 8 miles. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.The properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.

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Barbecue• Cycle Store • Bungalow • DVD player • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Close to Beach • Rural • Welcome Pack • Decorated at Christmas • Internet Connection • Linen • Baby and Toddler Friendly • Cot Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Theme Rural Cottages • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Home Brand • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Ground Floor Wet Room • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Customer Choice • Shower Cubicle • Customer Choice 2018 • Home From Home • Family Holidays • 4 nights for 3 •

Kestral Cottage

Durham, County Durham

Sleeps 4    FALSE

Price from £374.00-£789     Ref hoscukc1821

Kestral Cottage
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Quietly nestled away in rural County Durham, Durham Country Cottages are in the most fabulous location for exploring the north east counties of Durham and Northumberland and the city of Newcastle. Only a few miles away from major transport links, yet set in almost 18 acres of the owner’s, unspoilt grounds these three cottages, Bramble Cottage (ref UKC1820), Kestrel Cottage (ref UKC1821) and Hazel Cottage (ref UKC1822) really do give guests the best of both worlds. All three cottages have been finished to a good standard and offer light, spacious and airy accommodation and a baby bath and steriliser are available on request. All on one level and ideal for the less mobile guests, you will find an open plan living room and kitchen area with wooden floors, underfloor heating and French doors leading out to a fenced patio area. The views from each property are super and look out across open fields and countryside. Perfect for couples wanting to enjoy a romantic break, families wanting to get together, or friends looking to enjoy a reunion or celebration. For those who enjoy walking or cycling, there are numerous established public footpaths and walks that lead from the grounds and out into the nearby villages, including the old mining villages and communities of Shotton, Peterlee, Easington and Blackhall Colliery. The Durham Heritage Coast can be reached in under a 15-minute drive and is only an 8-mile walk away for the energetic wanting to enjoy an afternoon at one of the fabulous beaches that line the north east coast, including Seaham, Crimdon and Easington beaches. Shotton Airfield hosts the only skydiving school in the north east so be sure to book ahead if a skydive is to be part of your holiday!Just a 10-mile drive away takes you to the historic City of Durham. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the City of Durham is filled with a variety of historic sites and popular visitor attractions that are centuries old. Durham Castle and cathedral must be visited to appreciate the awe inspiring architecture. The Gala Theatre is located in the centre of the city, making the cottages the location for guests wanting to enjoy a theatre trip as part of their break. Packed with top quality restaurants, bistros, cafés and bars, Durham is a thriving city with plenty of entertainment at any time of the year. The incredible Lumiere Festival takes place every second November, or then annual book week, jazz festival, arts festival, miners gala and many more free attractions, as well as the weekly farmers’ market. Many of the university colleges and campuses can be found within a 10 mile radius of the cottages, and this is the ideal base to get to know the university and visit friends and family who might be attending one of the graduation ceremonies. The top class county cricket ground of Durham County Cricket Club is also only a 20-minute drive away, great for enjoying a test match or concert. The very popular Beamish Living Museum is a 30 minute drive away and makes a good day out for families of all ages. The Angel of the North statue is just a 30-minute drive away, while Newcastle and the Metro Centre are 45 minutes by car. Beach 8 miles. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.The properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.

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Barbecue• Cycle Store • Bungalow • DVD player • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Close to Beach • Rural • Welcome Pack • Decorated at Christmas • Internet Connection • Linen • Baby and Toddler Friendly • Cot Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Theme Rural Cottages • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Home Brand • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Ground Floor Wet Room • Accessible – Entrance Ramp/Level Access • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Shower Cubicle • Home From Home • Family Holidays • 4 nights for 3 •

Bramble Cottage

Durham, County Durham

Sleeps 4    FALSE

Price from £374.00-£789     Ref hoscukc1820

Bramble Cottage
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Quietly nestled away in rural County Durham, Durham Country Cottages are in the most fabulous location for exploring the north east counties of Durham and Northumberland and the city of Newcastle. Only a few miles away from major transport links, yet set in almost 18 acres of the owner’s, unspoilt grounds these three cottages, Bramble Cottage (ref UKC1820), Kestrel Cottage (ref UKC1821) and Hazel Cottage (ref UKC1822) really do give guests the best of both worlds. All three cottages have been finished to a good standard and offer light, spacious and airy accommodation and a baby bath and steriliser are available on request. All on one level and ideal for the less mobile guests, you will find an open plan living room and kitchen area with wooden floors, underfloor heating and French doors leading out to a fenced patio area. The views from each property are super and look out across open fields and countryside. Perfect for couples wanting to enjoy a romantic break, families wanting to get together, or friends looking to enjoy a reunion or celebration. For those who enjoy walking or cycling, there are numerous established public footpaths and walks that lead from the grounds and out into the nearby villages, including the old mining villages and communities of Shotton, Peterlee, Easington and Blackhall Colliery. The Durham Heritage Coast can be reached in under a 15-minute drive and is only an 8-mile walk away for the energetic wanting to enjoy an afternoon at one of the fabulous beaches that line the north east coast, including Seaham, Crimdon and Easington beaches. Shotton Airfield hosts the only skydiving school in the north east so be sure to book ahead if a skydive is to be part of your holiday!Just a 10-mile drive away takes you to the historic City of Durham. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the City of Durham is filled with a variety of historic sites and popular visitor attractions that are centuries old. Durham Castle and cathedral must be visited to appreciate the awe inspiring architecture. The Gala Theatre is located in the centre of the city, making the cottages the location for guests wanting to enjoy a theatre trip as part of their break. Packed with top quality restaurants, bistros, cafés and bars, Durham is a thriving city with plenty of entertainment at any time of the year. The incredible Lumiere Festival takes place every second November, or then annual book week, jazz festival, arts festival, miners gala and many more free attractions, as well as the weekly farmers’ market. Many of the university colleges and campuses can be found within a 10 mile radius of the cottages, and this is the ideal base to get to know the university and visit friends and family who might be attending one of the graduation ceremonies. The top class county cricket ground of Durham County Cricket Club is also only a 20-minute drive away, great for enjoying a test match or concert. The very popular Beamish Living Museum is a 30 minute drive away and makes a good day out for families of all ages. The Angel of the North statue is just a 30-minute drive away, while Newcastle and the Metro Centre are 45 minutes by car. Beach 8 miles. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.The properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.

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Facilities

Barbecue• Cycle Store • Bungalow • DVD player • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Close to Beach • Rural • Welcome Pack • Decorated at Christmas • Internet Connection • Linen • Baby and Toddler Friendly • Cot Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Theme Rural Cottages • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Home Brand • Accessible Cottages • Accessible – Ground Floor Wet Room • Accessible – Walk In Shower/Bath • Accessible – Entrance Ramp/Level Access • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Shower Cubicle • Home From Home • Family Holidays • 4 nights for 3 •

The Stables

Durham, County Durham

Sleeps 3    FALSE

Price from £514.00-£785     Ref hoscukc1743

The Stables
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The Hen House (UKC1742) and The Stables (UKC1743) are quietly nestled away in the village of Brandon, just a little over 2 miles from the heart of the city of Durham and hidden away behind the owner’s home. They offer the most fabulous location for guests wishing to explore and enjoy the immediate area and beyond. The Stables is next door to the Hen House and is the ideal cottage for small families and couples. On the ground floor guests will find an open plan living space with a cosy wood burner and fabulous views through the French doors. Right next door, but still private from each other, guests will find The Hen House. All on one level, compact and cosy, this little gem manages to pack everything in to a small amount of space, perfect for an Easter break, summer holiday or winter getaway. The Stables and The Hen House are both warm, welcoming and the ideal places to stay at any time of year.Within walking distance of a variety of shops and amenities, guests will be able to leave the car behind and take a stroll towards Durham. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this cathedral city boasts history, tradition, elegance and style, alongside thriving shops and restaurants. The Gala Theatre and Cinema are just a couple of minutes’ walk away, as well as the Freemans Quay leisure facilities and pool, which are open all year round. Also perfect for guests wanting to visit friends or family at Durham University, The Hen House and The Stables are only a 5-minute drive from many of the university campuses and colleges.Within an easy 15-minute drive, guests can take the opportunity to visit Bishop Auckland, and in particular, the amazing Kynren show during the summer months. Kynren, an epic tale of England, has proved to be a historical extravaganza with a cast of over 1,000 people and set over 7.5-acres of County Durham.Perfect for walkers and cyclists, County Durham offers a plethora of walking routes along the river and through smaller villages, leading out towards Weardale, the Durham Dales and beyond. A little further afield, but all within easy driving distance, guests can take a drive out to the historic market town of Barnard Castle, or enjoy a day trip to the magnificent Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.The Hen House (UKC1742) and The Stables (UKC1743) can be booked together to accommodate up to 5 guests.

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Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Cycle Store • Detached Property • DVD player • Dishwasher • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Woodburning Stove • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

The Hen House

Durham, County Durham

Sleeps 2    FALSE

Price from £424.00-£765     Ref hoscukc1742

The Hen House
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The Hen House (UKC1742) and The Stables (UKC1743) are quietly nestled away in the village of Brandon, just a little over 2 miles from the heart of the city of Durham and hidden away behind the owner’s home. They offer the most fabulous location for guests wishing to explore and enjoy the immediate area and beyond. The Stables is next door to the Hen House and is the ideal cottage for small families and couples. On the ground floor guests will find an open plan living space with a cosy wood burner and fabulous views through the French doors. Right next door, but still private from each other, guests will find The Hen House. All on one level, compact and cosy, this little gem manages to pack everything in to a small amount of space, perfect for an Easter break, summer holiday or winter getaway. The Stables and The Hen House are both warm, welcoming and the ideal places to stay at any time of year.Within walking distance of a variety of shops and amenities, guests will be able to leave the car behind and take a stroll towards Durham. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this cathedral city boasts history, tradition, elegance and style, alongside thriving shops and restaurants. The Gala Theatre and Cinema are just a couple of minutes’ walk away, as well as the Freemans Quay leisure facilities and pool, which are open all year round. Also perfect for guests wanting to visit friends or family at Durham University, The Hen House and The Stables are only a 5-minute drive from many of the university campuses and colleges.Within an easy 15-minute drive, guests can take the opportunity to visit Bishop Auckland, and in particular, the amazing Kynren show during the summer months. Kynren, an epic tale of England, has proved to be a historical extravaganza with a cast of over 1,000 people and set over 7.5-acres of County Durham.Perfect for walkers and cyclists, County Durham offers a plethora of walking routes along the river and through smaller villages, leading out towards Weardale, the Durham Dales and beyond. A little further afield, but all within easy driving distance, guests can take a drive out to the historic market town of Barnard Castle, or enjoy a day trip to the magnificent Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.The Hen House (UKC1742) and The Stables (UKC1743) can be booked together to accommodate up to 5 guests.

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Cycle Store• Detached Property • DVD player • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Home Brand • All Ensuite • Accessible Cottages • UKONLY • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Murray Park

Stanley, County Durham

Sleeps 8    TRUE

Price from £488.00-£1125     Ref hoscukc887

Murray Park
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Cycle Store• Detached Property • DVD player • Dishwasher • Games Console Wii • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Highchair • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Baby and Toddler Friendly • Cot Available • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Games Console • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Parking for 3+ cars • Home From Home • Family Holidays • Group Accommodation • 4 nights for 3 •

Yeka Byre Cottage

Bishop Auckland, County Durham

Sleeps 5    FALSE

Price from £304.00-£705     Ref hoscukc648

Yeka Byre Cottage
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Barbecue• Cycle Store • Detached Property • Dishwasher • Ground floor facilities • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Rural • Satellite TV • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Cot Available • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Working Farm • Fishing nearby • Theme Rural Cottages • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Popular Tourist Destinations • Home Brand • Accessible Cottages • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Parking for 3+ cars • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Belle Vue

Barnard Castle, County Durham

Sleeps 2    TRUE

Price from £244.00-£465     Ref hoscukc778

Belle Vue
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DVD player• Garden / Patio • Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Linen • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Popular Tourist Destinations • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Home From Home • Summer Sell Out • 4 nights for 3 •

Sycamore Cottage

Consett, County Durham

Sleeps 3    TRUE

Price from £254.00-£479     Ref hoscukc639

Sycamore Cottage
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Open Fire / Woodburner• Detached Property • Enclosed garden / patio • Garden / Patio • Golf nearby • Internet Broadband • Romantic Getaways • Rural • Woodburning Stove • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •

Freville cottage

Shildon, County Durham

Sleeps 4    TRUE

Price from £264.00-£605     Ref hoscukc60

Freville cottage
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Internet Broadband• Pub within 1 mile • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Customer Choice • Customer Choice 2018 • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 • Q1 Best Sellers •

Brewery House Cottage

Ferryhill, County Durham

Sleeps 4    TRUE

Price from £348.00-£909     Ref hoscukc618

Brewery House Cottage
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Open Fire / Woodburner• Barbecue • Cycle Store • DVD player • Dishwasher • Internet Broadband • Pub within 1 mile • Woodburning Stove • Welcome Pack • Internet Connection • Linen • Cot Available • Luxury • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Washing Machine • Pet Acceptance • Theme Breaks for Couples • Home Brand • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Parking for 2 cars • Customer Choice 2017 • Customer Choice • ECC • 4 nights for 3 •

Ben's Hut

Consett, County Durham

Sleeps 2    FALSE

Price from £248.00-£479     Ref hoscukc569

Ben's Hut
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DVD player• Ground floor facilities • Golf nearby • Pub within 1 mile • Rural • Welcome Pack • Linen • Car Parking Available • Car Parking (Location) • Linen Available • Linen options • Working Farm • Working Farm options • Theme Rural Cottages • Theme Breaks for Couples • Pet Acceptance • Popular Tourist Destinations • Green Scheme • Home Brand • Accessible Cottages • Glamping • UKONLY • Parking-designated on site • Quirky • Unique Cottages • Home From Home • 4 nights for 3 •