Tithe Barn Cottages are located within the courtyard of the adjacent Seaton Holme (former Manor House)
This 13th century building is reputed to have been build by the Prince Bishops of Durham as a retreat for the monks from the nearby Durham Cathedral. Since this time it has had a number of uses prior to being sympathetically converted into three separate holiday lets known as the Farmhouse, the Hayloft and the Byre.
Each has its own private entrance and will accommodate up to 4 adults.
The Farmhouse is the largest of the three with two queen size bedrooms both with ensuite facilities.
It has a large lounge diner with wood burning stove a separate kitchen and downstairs cloakroom.
The Hayloft is situated on the first floor on the east end of the longhouse. It has a Queen size bedroom and a twin room. Both bedrooms have ensuite facilities. The Hayloft features a vaulted ceiling and an open plan living/kitchen and dining room area which benefits from a the addition of a wood burning stove.
The Byre is situated on the ground floor at the east end of the building. It has a Queen size and a double bedroom, an open plan living/kitchen/dining area, shower room and separate toilet.
A private car park for up to five cars with ample additional car parking if required.
To the east of the building is a private garden for the use of guests.
The building is situated on the perimeter of a working farm run by the owners.