Two ground floor Alston Stone cottages on a working hill farm, offering access and facilities for disabled guests.(disabled shower and WC in both cottages ) Nelly?s Cottage and Alice?s Cottage are adjoined with a stone archway which leads to a covered courtyard with garden area and patio ? ideal for bird-watching …
From: 399.00 - 495.00
Beautiful cottage on a working hill farm ,with an abundance of birds ,flowers and wild life .The cottage was newly built on the site of the stable block in local stone with many nice features .No steps .and wide doors . and plenty of room inside the cottage . open …
From: 399.00 - 495.00
This charming stone built cottage is situated near Wearhead in County Durham and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.
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A lovely cottage over three floors, sleeping four people in two bedrooms.
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