The Burnside

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

County Durham

The Burnside, Consett

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Accommodation Description:

The Burnside is nestled beside the Burnhope burn near the small village of Edmundbyers in the North Pennines. We offer fully equipped self catering holiday cottages or B&B with daily housekeeping All set in beautiful tranquil grounds with a small lake and burn and plenty of off street parking. There is also the delightful stone built Wayside Cottage in the heart of Edmundbyers.

With a log burner charming stone and wood features throughout and a stunning mezzanine bedroom.

The Burnside offers a relaxing and comfortable stay in beautiful tranquil surroundings. With golf fishing and sailing nearby or stunning walks and cycling to suit any level; not to mention Hadrian's Wall, Beamish Museum, The Derwent Reservoir, Hexham, Corbridge, Blanchland, Stanhope, and Barnard Castle within easy reach you will never be short of some thing to do. Our unique and comfortable cottages have central heating bed linen and towels all included in the price and are equipped with full kitchen and bathroom facilities there is also plenty of seating outdoors in the beautiful garden for either dining or just taking time to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.

Well behaved pets are welcome within reason please let us know if you will be bringing one when booking. Long stay self-catering holidays in two or four bed chalets are available please contact us. The village pub is only a five minute walk away with excellent beers and food there is also a very good village shop and an abundance of top class restaurants locally.

The rooms in the house all have tea and coffee flat screen televisions and a unique and luxurious shared bathroom with sunken bath double power shower waterfall shower and steam room. Guests have full use of the grounds or can relax and unwind in the comfort of the large airy sun room where breakfast is also served. Sorry no pets allowed when staying in the house.

Outside you can take a stroll around the eight acres of grounds and sit by the lake watching the dragonflies moorhens and duck or by the burn and maybe catch sight of a kingfisher or heron. Jenna and Martin look forward to seeing you at The Burnside and whatever you chose to do while staying you will be sure to leave totally refreshed relaxed and already planning your next stay!

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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