More about this property: Large group holiday home in a secluded rural location overlooking Burnhope Reservoir in Weardale. This house is supremely comfortable and has a drinks fridge to keep wine and beer cool
Friday 10 Apr 2020 | 7 nights | £3261
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More about this property: luxury self catering County Durham
More about this property: A holiday cottage in Hamsterley for weekly lettings
Friday 10 Apr 2020 | 7 nights | £468
Information on what County Durham Offers for Self-Catering Breaks
County Durham is in the north east of England and boasts a beautiful countryside which is mostly made up of moorland and farmland, as well as a beautiful coastline. With warm and friendly people, a visit to County Durham comes highly recommended just to experience the hospitality.
Top Attractions to Discover on a Self-Catering Holiday in County Durham
- The city of Durham has a fine cathedral, charming cobbled streets in the historical centre, as well as a castle. Both the castle and cathedral stand on a high vantage point overlooking the city and are classed as a World Heritage Site.
- County Durham has a wonderful landscape for walkers and cyclists to discover. Barnard Castle is where walkers head for. Other popular areas included the scenic Durham Dales and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
- Beamish Museum is described as a living museum and draws on the industrial heritage of the north. In fact, for an overview of life and history in County Durham, Beamish is one of the best places to visit.
- Durham’s Coast has been given heritage status and there is a coastal path to guide you along some of the best vistas with Limestone Cliffs and lovely bays awaiting you.
Find a cottage, stone-built house, apartment or farmhouse in County Durham for a warm experience of the north of England.
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