Teesdale Self Catering cottage, Hury Lodge, Baldersdale, sleeps 4
Sleeps a maximum of:
Pricing From: £275.00
The property is able to sleep four people over one double and one twin room and comes with breathtaking views of the reservoir and surrounding countryside, complimented by the property’s beamed ceilings and wide French windows in the kitchen.
Situated in its own grounds in the peaceful and tranquil hamlet of Hury, this property is a charming stone-built semi-detached cottage just 10 miles from Barnard Castle. Situated in the midst of beautiful surroundings, the property provides first class accommodation with a high-quality fitted kitchen and dining area, as well as a lounge with electric wood-burning-stove effect fire. Outside is a good sized garden and eating area, perfect for the long summer evenings.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
We spent an idyllic week at Hury Lodge. What a lovely location and beautiful setting. The cottage was lovely and very spacious - we were a party of four adults and 1 dog. The views were stunning and our dog was fascinated by the sheep at the end of the garden. When we arrived it was lovely to be able to make tea & coffee which was provided and lovely homemade chocolate cake. There was everything we needed to make our stay exceptional. Hope to visit again.
This fabulous lodge nestled on the edge of hury resovouir is situated in a quiet location and pet friendly. Great walks around the area and local amenities just a short drive away. Location is great for a quiet get away from it all stay. The Lodge has everything you need and the owners are very obliging and lovely people. We have been a few times now and will be returning in the future
Great location for relaxing. The cottage has got everything you need to make your stay more enjoyable. Ali and Chris are very pleasant and polite host's and told us that if there was anything we needed just to contact them. We was so relaxed and taken in by the gorgeous views in actual fact we didn't need to bother them. Comunication was good right from the start and Ali gave us some hints and tips of where to go for nice long walks in and around the area. Unfortunately lisa is disabled due to strokes so we took the car most places due to Lisa not being able to walk too long of a distance. The upkeep of the cottage and garden is to a very high standard and we loved every minute of our stay. On arrival into the cottage the Host's had left us a nice bottle of cava and a chocolate fudge cake of which we very kindly demolished. This is a dog friendly cottage and both our dogs loved every minute of their stay too and was both very sad to leave. The cottage and area is so peaceful and tranquil you kind of forget about all the worries of daily troubles back home. Great place and hope to return very soon
Fabulous, relaxing Hideaway
A fantastic cottage on the banks of the Hury reservoir. The cottage is lovely, clean and warm, very comfortable and equipped to a high standard with everything you could possibly want. They have tea bags and coffee with fresh milk in the fridge and a packet of shortbread caramel biscuits for us and doggy treats for the dog. There was tin foil, cling film, washing up liquid, dishwashing tabs, doggy bags, even a towel for the dog, everything you'll need!
The cottage is remote situated 3 miles over the Moors, but has good roads to reach it if you follow the directions given by the owners. The nearest shop is 4 miles away which is a post office, so only open throughout the day and the nearest town Barnard Castle which is 10 miles away, so make sure you take the food you need for the first days.
The scenery is stunning with far reaching views across the reservoir and surrounding Pennines.
The garden is fully enclosed for dogs with a wire fence and chicken wire around the bottom, but if you have small dogs they maybe able to get through a small area of fencing that didn't have chicken wire on at the side of the cottage.
You can walk around the reservoir less than 4 miles, but there isn't a proper path way to get to it, so not good for less able visitors and I found that there isn't anywhere you can walk the dogs for a short toilet break as the cottage is down a short lane and then your onto the road and sheep in the field outside the cottage.
The owners were lovely and nothing would be too much trouble. I would definitely recommend and will look forward to a return visit.
This is the second time we have stayed at Hury Lodge, we enjoyed our week there last year so much that we returned for two weeks.
The cottage is adjacent to the owner's house, but we only saw them a couple of times during our stay. The cottage feels away from it all, surrounded by fields and sheep. There are also gorgeous views from the kitchen and conservatory of the reservoir.
The cottage is spacious and very well equipped. The wifi isn't great, but other than checking opening times etc. you won't need it as there's plenty of things to keep you busy in the area!
The house is very peaceful, I would definitely recommend. We will definitely be back at some point.
Biomass central heating with electric fire
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio/CD,selection of books and games
Fuel and power inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Cot and highchair available
Off road parking for 2 cars
Mature, lawned front garden with furniture and BBQ
Two well-behaved dogs welcome
Sorry, no smoking
Shop 4 miles, pub 3 miles
Note: The water supply is from the local spring
Note: this property only allows up to a maximum stay of 14 nights, your booking will be cancelled if it is booked for more than the 14 nights
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