Our self catering Holiday Cottages are set in beautiful rolling unspoilt countryside in Lower Teesdale on the Durham/Yorkshire border. Conveniently situated within easy reach of Northern England's most beautiful scenery and historic sites, including the North Pennines, Yorkshire Dales, Durham Cathedral, Barnard Castle, Richmond, Hadrians Wall, Newcastle and the Lakes. Locally there is an abundance of walking and cycling routes through peaceful lanes and quiet limewashed hamlets with everything from a Michelin-starred restaurant, to welcoming local pubs, restaurants, farm shops and cafes.
Mill Granary and Mill Byre are two luxuriously appointed stone built 18th century converted barns, sleeping eight and seven guests, these are separated by open fields and a wild flower meadow teeming with wildlife. They are great for family gatherings and celebrations.
Our village property is 16th century Church Cottage which can sleep four guests. It occupies an idyllic setting on the quiet green in the historic village of Gainford.
Cheeseborough House is our jewel in Barnard Castle, a 19th century grade two-listed town house within walking distance of Bowes Museum, shops and restaurants, sleeping four guests.
Also a stunning Shepherds Hut with a chic interior lovingly created for you to enjoy. A perfect retreat for two.
Dogs are welcome to stay in the Mill Byre and Mill Granary.
We needed a couple of days away from the hustle and bustle and the Shepherds Hut was the perfect place to do it. Lots of inland places to visit but near enough to the coast to see the sea. Every eventuality catered for!
A warm welcome with homemade flapjack on the kitchen table. Beautifully decorated throughout, extremely well equipped and in a lovely location. A chilly late September visit but the cottage warm and cosy. Couldn’t ask for more.
We spend a lovely weekend at Mill Byre. Kate was so helpful from start to finish. Mill Byre was a warm, cosy, comfortable place, with plenty of space for 6 adults, a toddler, two babies and a dog! Would recommend it. Thanks again, Kate.