Bracken Hill Farm Cottage.

Set in the picturesque countryside of County Durham, this two-bedroom detached single storey cottage is the perfect retreat for guests seeking a country escape in luxury holiday accommodation, to chill out and recharge in peace and tranquillity.   Situated close to the village of Hunwick, Bracken Hill Farm Cottage is a delightful self-catering property situated at the gate-way to the Durham Dales and is easily accessible by car and public transport. 

This barn conversion has been sympathetically converted to the highest standard and provides guests with everything they need for a comfortable and relaxing stay whilst still retaining some of the original features.  The cottage has underfloor heating thermostatically controlled in each room, WiFi and Sky TV.  A spacious open plan living area with impressive vaulted ceiling and wood burning stove leads to a fully equipped kitchen and dining area with table and four chairs.  There are two bedrooms both with super-king size zip and link beds easily converted to singles if required.  The master bedroom is en-suite with a large walk in shower.  There is also a separate bathroom.  Guests can benefit from a secure south westerly facing garden with patio where you can enjoy the breath-taking views of the unspoilt County Durham countryside and stunning sunsets.  The cottage is self-contained with its own private drive-way and car park plus a secured shed for storage and bikes.  Well behaved dogs are welcome.  Please note that smoking is not permitted in any indoor areas of the cottage. 

Bracken Hill Farm Cottage is situated on the outskirts of Hunwick which boasts two pubs with restaurants offering home cooked food and real ale and both within walking distance.  The cottage is 9 miles away from Durham City and within easy reach of Weardale and Teesdale. Bracken Hill Farm Cottage is the perfect base for a holiday to relax and unwind and for exploring the County Durham and Northumberland countryside with it its many walking trails and cycling routes.  There are a number of local attractions nearby such as Auckland Castle, The Bowes Museum and Binchester Roman Fort plus quaint market towns such as Barnard Castle, Stanhope and Wolsingham.   County Durham is central for exploring further afield as it borders Yorkshire, Cumbria and Northumberland where you will find the cultural cities of Newcastle upon Tyne, Harrogate and York together with Holy Island, Whitby and Hadrians Wall.