Renovated to retain its original charm, it has exposed beams, wood flooring, and an inglenook fireplace with a multi burning stove. The cottage is tastefully furnished and decorated to a high standard. There is a safe sunny walled garden to the rear with lawn, patio seating area and barbeque. This homely property is well positioned for walking, mountain biking or sight seeing, with many wonderful walks, including the Pennine Way and the Teesdale Way. Situated in the village of MICKLETON within beautiful Teesdale, regularly referred to as the ‘best kept secret of the north’, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, also on the doorstep is England's highest waterfall High Force. The ancient market town of Barnard Castle is situated 8 miles away, with it's many craft and antique shops.
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Cottage in Mickelton near Middleton in Teesdale, Nr. Barnad Castle, Co. Durham - Within Beautiful Teesdale, Regularly Referred To As the ‘Best Kept Secret of the North’
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Clean spacious cottage with everything you will need. Perfect location for discovering Teesdale and only 40 odd mins from the Lakes. Blacksmiths Arms not too far for a nightcap. Didn't find a local shop in Mickelton but Middleton just down the road has a (pricey) Co-op.
Many thanks for your review, we would love to welcome you in the future.
Fabulous... cosy, perfect.
Had 3 nights here last week, with my fiancé and our little Pug. A last minute trip that was literally booked at Midnight... we checked in the next afternoon.
Explored the area .. went on fabulous walks etc.
I’d stay here again, in a heartbeat.
Thank you so much ....
Nice clean property a great improvement in the bathroom now having a shower and a separete bath
Nice area to visit great restuarant100 meters away fantastic views
Great value in a quiet village, perfect for a walking holiday
Great cottage, much more spacious than it looks in the photographs. Clean, well equipped and in a fab location for a walking holiday. Surrounded by wonderful scenery. Very good value.
We are pleased you enjoyed your stay and would love to welcome you back!
I put my parents up here for 4 days over Christmas as our house wasn’t big enough for everyone and thought they might appreciate a bolt hole away from the racket ... it was perfect. ... and couldn’t be better for a quick night cap before bed with 2 great pubs within easy walking distance ... they already want to go there again 😊😉
Thank you very much for the review. It was lovely to welcome your parents and they would be warmly welcomed back anytime. They clearly had a great Christmas, spending it with all of the family.
A real home from home
We love this cottage. We have stayed here three times, which speaks for itself.
It's well equipped, clean and spacious. Everything has been thought of and it has great wi-fi and a mobile phone signal (not everyone's priority but we have reason to need it as I'm sure many others do).
The bathroom has had a recent refurbishment and now has a great separate walk-in shower and a roll-top bath.
We're hoping to return soon.
40 mins drive from Durham Tees Valley airport.
An hour from York, Newcastle and Durham City.
Situated in the village of Mickleton, two traditional dales village pubs are within 300 yards.
Two Miles from the well resourced village of Middleton in Teesdale and eight miles from Barnard Castle. Other sights include the world famous Bowes museum, High Force waterfall, Raby Castle and the ruins of Eggleston Abbey.
Further afield within a 1 hour's drive to:
Histoic City Centres of York or Durham.
Lake District, Yorkshire Dales.
Beamish Open Air Museum.
The cottage is an excellent base for walking as Teesdale enjoys an abundance of walks for all ages and abilities across fells, disused railway lines, Pennine Way, Teesdale Way, River Tees, High /Low Forces, Stang and Hamsterly Forest. Other outdoor pursuits enjoyed locally include fishing, canoeing, horse riding,bird watching, cycling and visiting antique and craft shops. There are many very good restaurants and coffee shops in the locality including the award winning Rose and Crown Inn located in the beautiful village of Romaldkirk (1.5 miles from cottage). In the village itself we have two friendly public houses, one of which sells wonderful food!
Booking Notes: Prices are for the property per week in UK pounds. Please enquire about short breaks available in low season, prices from £125. Rental periods (Saturday to Saturday). Please e-mail or telephone owner. A non -refundable deposit of £75.00 is required on booking, balance due 4 weeks before your holiday. Changeover Day: Changeover day is Saturday(High Season). Please enquire about short breaks, available in low season, prices from £125. The cottage is available from 2.30pm and must be vacated by 10am. Notes on prices: Prices are for the property per week in UK pounds. Short breaks also available starting from £125.00