Burnhopeside Hall

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Durham Road
County Durham

Burnhopeside Hall, Lanchester

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Accommodation Description:

This small Georgian country house is set in 475 acres of woodland farmland and gardens and offers an escape from the outside world. The farm and walled garden supply produce for the house and give an opportunity for you to bring your horse and/or dog to enjoy the estate. The house offers four bedrooms and a self catering apartment.

Walking cycling fishing birdwatching and hawk walks or simply a peaceful and relaxing setting in which to unwind.

Burnhopeside Hall is a Grade II* listed building of Historical interest having been the home of William Hedley, Engineer. A working model of his "Puffing Billy" railway engine is at Beamish Museum (5 miles North). The original can be seen in the Science Museum in London.

The Country House provides a beautiful setting for a peaceful & relaxing stay for business or holiday travellers.It is surrounded by 18 acres of gardens and woodland which merge with the Estate's farmland and woodland providing 475 acres of private areas for walking and cycling and 3/4 mile of river. The Farm rears outdoor free range pigs chickens ducks and geese. A Walled Garden built in 1893 provides produce for the house so that most of what is provided in the house is home grown or reared.

The property is heated by biomass boilers using wood chip which within 12 months will be supplied from our own woodlands. The property is warm and comfortable throughout the year with traditional open log fires in all downstairs rooms. The four bedrooms are large and comfortable with super king double beds traditional furniture and modern en-suite bathrooms.

Breakfast is served in the dining room around a large circular table seating 8 people or can be enjoyed in your bedroom. The top floor of the Hall offers a self catering apartment. This is somewhere to stay when you want to escape to the country but not be too far from the town.

We are located less than 7 miles west of Durham City a World Heritage Site and Newcastle & Gateshead are 16 miles north.They offer excellent restaurants The Sage & Theatre Royal. Hadrian's Wall is an easy distance and there are a number of local golf courses in the surrounding area. On the Estate we can stable your horses kennel your dogs and provide shooting days.

A number of good hunting packs are within driving distance and on our doorstep. We can arrange walking with birds of prey. We offer something rather different and want you to enjoy your stay.

 4 star rating

From: £70.00

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