Chester-le-Street, County Durham, England
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About Urpeth Terrace
This end terrace 19th century stone house has recently been refurbished to a high standard and is ideally situated for visiting Beamish Open Air Museum which is just 1 mile away.
Well furnished and equipped it provides comfortable
accommodation offering 3 bedrooms sleeping 6.
King sized bedroom with en suite facilities, 1 twin and 1 double.
First floor bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, wc and basin.
Lounge, kitchen/diner and ground floor wc.
Enclosed lawned garden to front and private parking at the rear.
All heating, fuel, power and bedlinen included.
Dogs accepted at £20 per dog payable direct to owner.
An excellent base to visit the many attractions the area
has to offer. The Cathedral City of Durham is just 10
miles or the Northumbrian coast and Hadrian’s Wall all
within easy access for days out.
Restaurants and shops nearby. Supermarket 3 miles.
Short breaks available, please contact the owner direct. See below for recommended towns and attractions near Urpeth Terrace.
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