Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Sheep Pen Cottage is located just 4 miles from Durham City surrounded by quiet and peaceful countryside on a working family farm with views of Brancepeth Castle. Converted barn in 2010 Sheep Pen Cottage is a single storey 2 bedroom cottage which has a relaxed spacious country style, combined with modern luxuries. Fully equipped with high quality furnishings and ensuite bedrooms, sleeping upto 4 people plus a bed seatee. Sheep Pen cottage benfits from a private garden and patio, ideal for family holiday’s short breaks or the business traveller. Ample private parking
You won’t believe how close you are to everything only 9 miles from the A1M only 4 miles to the historic city of Durham.
Excellent public transport links.
The farm has its own network of footpaths cycle ways and bridleways bursting with wildlife to enjoy and explore.
Perfect for the North East’s Cities Newcastle, Gateshead, Durham and Sunderland are all easy 20 minutes. Brancepeth Castle is on our doorstep with Beamish Open Air Museum Durham Cricket Ground at Chester le Street and The Angel of the North just a little further.
Use the cottages as a perfect base for exploring the North East of England with its many delights such as Hadrian’s Wall Alnwick Gardens and the Northumberland coast and Durham Cathedral or visiting family friends and business colleagues.
• King/twin ensuite bedrooms with colour TV/DVD
• Electric & central heating included
• Linen and towels included
• Colour TV with freeview DVD VCR & mini system in lounge
• Ample secure private parking
• Children Friendly
• High chair and travel cots can be provided at no extra cost
• Fully fitted kitchens
• Fridge Freezer
• Private patio and Garden
• Evening meals wine and breakfast can be arranged in advance
• FREE WIFI available
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