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The Byre

Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England

The Byre in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England
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About The Byre

BYRE COTTAGE sleeps 4. Single storey, one double room with en-suite downstairs and, twin beds on a mezzanine loft balcony above lounge. Open plan kitchen and lounge.
At GREENWELL we have our own nature trails and conservation areas and guests are welcome to take an interest in this traditional farm, we will be pleased to show you round. Lambs and calves can be viewed in the Spring months.
This an ideal location for walking the fells or exploring by bike disused railway tracks or touring the Dales, visiting local churches and castles, just 12 miles from Durham Cathedral. Local horse riding, fishing and golf and much more to offer. short breaks available. Credit cards accepted.
This cottage offers 1 double en-suite bedroom and loft balcony with twin beds.
Also available STABLE COTTAGE: Sleeps 6+1, 1 four poster double en-suite and 1 family en-suite bedroom located on ground floor. Upstairs spacious open plan lounge with wood burning stove and kitchen. Additional sleeping area for 1 upstairs. Spectacular views across Weardale.


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