|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
North Cottage is a two floor property; the twin aspect Sitting Room with countryside views is tastefully furnished with traditional open log fire and Freeview TV/DVD/Radio. The French windows open onto the garden and patio with patio furniture. The light spacious Dining Kitchen is fully fitted featuring a 6 seat dining table. Kitchen equipment includes fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, microwave oven and dishwasher the utility houses the washer/dryer, iron and ironing board. The Bedrooms are elegantly furnished and have anti allergy duvet and pillows with luxury bed linen. There is a well equipped family bathroom and an en-suite bathroom. The cottage sleeps four people; we also provide a cot and high chair on request if you have a young baby. Luxury bed linen and towels are provided and electricity and fuel is included in your rental. Well behaved dog welcome in North Cottage by prior arrangement.
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Thwaite Cottages are 3 secluded luxury cottages converted from the original Thwaite farmhouse and barns in 2006. All the cottages have lovely views and are part of the Scargill Estate, which is situated in the beautiful countryside of County Durham, three miles south of the A66 near Barnard Castle an excellent walking, fishing and established antique shop area. The self-catering cottages are furnished to a high standard and are all well equipped including washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, microwave oven and dishwasher, iron and ironing board, providing all the home comforts ideal for families and couples alike with ample parking and gardens with patio furniture. North and East cottage have open fires.
Each cottage sleeps 4. We can provide a cot and high chair on request. Luxury bed linen and towels are provided and utilities are included in your rental. You are welcome to bring a well behaved dog to East Cottage and North Cottage by prior arrangement.
The Cottage was immaculate, very homely, warm and the log fire was brilliant. Couldn't fault any thing, the milk in the fridge, tea coffee and sugar basket and the vase of flowers were a very nice thoughtful touch!
Short breaks may be available upon request:
3 nights 70% of weekly rate
4 nights 75% of weekly rate
5 nights 85% of weekly rate
Please contact Julie Metcalfe on 01723 373461
Weekly bookings can be made directly through our website booking system: Saturday - Saturday for North and West Cottage, and Friday - Friday for East Cottage. Any other requirements, please contact Julie Metcalfe 01723 373461
Had a wonderful stay
Very relaxing and superb cottage
Great location to go for walks
Would highly recommend
Our dog also loved it!
The facilities in the cottage were second to none, nothing was forgotten, perfect for our very large dog. we walked for miles in the unspoilt countryside, views of hills, lambs, pheasants and not a street lamp in site!!! This was the most beautiful, country retreat we have ever found and Jo was really helpful. Have been recommending to all our friends and family....
Our 2nd stay and this time for a whole week. Same excellent facillities with everything provided. Wonderful walks and scenery and millions of gorgeous lambs.The perfect venue for a get-away from it all, relaxing break.
Thwaite Cottages are set amongst some of the most scenic countryside in the North East of England. Come and enjoy the natural beauty and tranquillity the area has to offer. Nearby Barnard Castle is a thriving historic market town with an array of fascinating antique shops. Local attractions include Raby Castle, offering medieval majesty and Victorian splendour with a 200 acre deer park surrounding the Castle and 18th century stables housing a coach and carriage museum. The Bowes Museum near Barnard Castle is a magnificent French style chateau housing one of the most superb decorative and fine art collections in Britain. Other attractions include Auckland Castle, Durham Castle, Bolton Castle, Green Howard’s Regimental Museum, Beamish Museum, Low Barns Nature Reserve, Darlington Railway Centre and Museum, Dales Countryside Museum and National Park Centre and Eggleston Hall walled gardens. There are plenty of excellent local restaurants and public houses along with a nearby theatre and cinema.