|Short breaks||From £170||Prices||view details|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||Yes|
At the edge of the welcoming village of Allendale, this attractive stone built, detached cottage has been tastefully furnished to offer excellent holiday accommodation. The lounge boasts the friendly comfort of a wood burning stove making this cottage a cosy choice whatever the season - and the kitchen enjoys the convenience of a homely Rayburn. There is a lovely woodland just across the road from the property, and the village offers many facilities, including quaint tearooms, pubs, restaurants and shops, only a gentle stroll away.Read more about Dene Croft
Property has oil fired central heating and comprises:
Lounge: With wood burning stove (logs provided), TV with sky free view channels and DVD.
Kitchen/Dinner: With Rayburn, fridge/freezer, combi - microwave, electric hob and washing machine/tumble dryer.
Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With double bed (access from one side only).
Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and wash basin.
All fuel, power, bed linen and towels included. No smoking please. Cot and high chair available on request
Garden furniture. Off road parking for 2 cars.
Please note there is a £50 refundable damage deposit payable on this property one week prior to arrival.
|Nearest town||Allendale||Shops||0.5 Mile|
|Distance||0.5 Mile||Restaurant||0.5 Mile|
|Nearest railway station||Hexham||Pub||0.5 Mile|
Allendale is proud to be the winner of the prestigious 2007 Calor award for "Best Village in England" and attracts spectators from far and wide to celebrate New Year by its unique Pagan ceremony, known as the Tar Barrel Festival. Pony trekking can be arranged at Sinderhope 3 miles away and Allenheads, perched at the head of the Allen Valley boasts many amenities, including its own Heritage Centre, within 7 miles. Further up the Pennines is the remote market town of Alston; it sits 1300 feet above sea level and claims to be the highest settlement in England and is the starting point for the South Tyne Railway. The scenery surrounding this area is truly stunning; the rolling moors south of Hadrian's Wall which blend into the heather clad Northern Pennines on either side of the South Tyne Valley through Allendale towards Allenheads attracts cyclists, ramblers and those who are seeking a relaxing retreat to appreciate the wild, lonely beauty of this tranquil and picturesque part of the region.
The position of Dene Croft is unique; being nestled within Hadrian's Wall Country it offers an idyllic base for those wishing to explore Northumberland coupled with easy access to the Eden Valley and the Lake District National Park.
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From £170 for 3 nights
Call us: 01228 406721
Comfortable,clean, well equipped. The owner had prepared a fire for us which was much appreciated.
Nice and warm
The cottage lived up to our expectations. I would happily stay here again and would recommend to friends
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