A stone cottage in the village of Mickleton in County Durham, it can sleep 12 people in five bedrooms.
Belgrave House is a stone cottage based in the hamlet of Mickleton in County Durham. It has five bedrooms comprising of a super king-size, two triple rooms, a king-size and a twin room, there is also two family shower rooms, a bathroom and a cloakroom, the property can sleep twelve people. Also inside you will find a kitchen/diner with a woodburning stove, a sitting room with bar area and a conservatory with a hot tub.
To the outside there is off road parking for four cars and an enclosed courtyard with benches. Belgrave House is a remarkable cottage in a stunning location.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Great family holiday Just returned from a week away with our adult sons, their girlfriends and our granddaughter. This accommodation was clean,comfortable and an ideal place to relax. Comfy beds, clean , bathrooms enough to cater for a large group. Living room and bar area great to get together and the hot tub is a very nice addition.
Peter has a relaxed manner but close enough to help and advise. Adequate parking for 4 cars off road but could actually park nearer 6 if needed.
The crowne pub 50 yards away served excellent food. We went for Sunday dinner and was probably one of the best family meals we be had. Another pub in the village was friendly and reasonably priced. Excellent walking on your doorstep plus lots within a short drive. Really great week. I?d go again. ScottinLeeds 2019-09-21
Family weekend break Had to write this review as it would be criminal not too.
We came on the Friday for a long weekend break with our three daughters and their boyfriends, somewhere where we could relax and be a family unit and somewhere we could disapear to if things were getting a little raucus.
What more can I really say other than all 8 of us fell in love with place straight away, Peter the owner met us on arrival and mafe us feel welcome from the start with a guided tour of the Cottage and easy to understand instructions and attractions of the area.
The Cottage is like a Tardis as is much bigger on the inside than it looks, the bedrooms are a really nice size with super kingsize bed in one Bedroom with kingsizes in the others bar one which holds 2 single beds in the Dorma.
There is one master bathroom and 2 more shower and toilet all which are beautifully decorated rooms.
The Kitchen I would say is the focal point in the house and is stunnimg in it's design with a Downtown Abbey size Dinning table in the middle with a big spacious kitchen working area too with all mod cons.
There is a Loumge area with a 55" TV on the wall and a modern L shaped sofa with an assortment of games and dvds to watch too.
For me the highlight was the bar area with its chunky wooden floorboards, tap room table and chairs along with bar stools and an authentic seating area to re-created that pub feel with its fridge, optics and lighting.
Ouside there was a nice size seated courtyard, perfect for those hot summer nights after you have spent your time in the relaxing hut tub which is situated in a conservatry style area.
A lot of work as gone into the cottage and the effort and rewards are there to see especially with its modern ,easy on the eye decor in its stylish look.
An hidden gem of and area too away from all the commercial areas this place offers stunning besuty with lovely walks and areas of natural beauty with the lovely market town of Bernard Castle on 15 mins drive away.
There are 2 pubs in the area, the Blacksmiths which is your typical locals pub who are all very friendly and the more upmarket place of The Crown with a highly recomended Sundy lunch with great service too.
Without doubt one of the best places that we have stayed in snd as a family a place we have already penciled in to come back to the Belgrave next year and that is something we never do when we have stayed somewhere.
Highly enjoyable weekend and if I was to make one criticism of the stay and that is we had to come home.
Peter also mentioned that he has another Cottage about 5 miles away with we saw the book for which looks equally stunning, so maybe we will try that next year.
Oh yes there is plenty of parking too at the back of the house.
10 out 10 for the stay and worth the money, keep up the good work Peter and thank you for allowing our rabble to stay in such a beautiful place.
Paul C 2019-09-02
Girls weekend and family week An excellent cottage - beautifully clean and very well maintained. Couldn?t fault it. We had a brilliant time - hot tub a great bonus and plenty to see nearby.
Fantastic - would absolutely recommend. Lyndsay W 2019-05-19
Parking Space Jacuzzi Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television WiFi
Single Beds 4
Twin Beds 3
Details Oil central heating with woodburning stove Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, 55" Smart TV with Freeview, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs Fuel, power and starter pack for stove included in rent Bed linen and towels included in rent Off road parking for six cars Enclosed courtyard with furniture Sorry, no smoking Pub 2 minute walk, petrol station with shop 10 minute walk
Changeover Day Fri
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should only be used to get a rough idea of the cottage location.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Mickleton area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Holmlea, Mickleton -
miles Mickleton, County Durham Sleeps:2 Stay from:£250.00 - 951.00
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