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Beckleshele

Cowshill, County Durham, England

Beckleshele in Cowshill, County Durham, England
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About Beckleshele

Beckleshele is in a remote location 1400’ up in the moorland of Weardale within the Durham Dales and the North Pennine Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A converted lead miners cottage, it has 1 en-suite double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, bathroom, kitchen/diner, upstairs lounge with double sofa bed and spectacular views. It is conveniently situated to visit Durham City, Killhope Lead Mining Centre, the Lake District, Hexham and Hadrians Wall. It is an ideal base to chill out, - explore our dramatic landscapes,- watch birds and wildlife,- discover the lead mining and geological heritage, - or just experience tranquillity.
This property offers 1 ensuite double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, bathroom, kitchen/diner and upstairs lounge with double sofa bed and spectacular views
Please note: 2 pets welcome @ £20 per pet, payable on arrival


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