Accessed along a charming track and across a ford over a stream, Barn End is a traditionally furnished barn conversion, making it a pleasant bolthole resting in a valley some 1.5 miles form Alston.
This impressive 17th Century town house is set within the centre of Alston and newly refurbished to a high standard to create a contemporary-styled four storey period holiday home with a boutique feel.
Ghyll Burn Cottage is a characterful cottage that’s dates to 1630 and has been lovingly renovated to provide a cosy accommodation combines traditional charm and modern flourishes.
Lowbyer Manor in Alston, the heart of the North Pennines, is a Grade II listed Georgian Manor House open to self-catering holidays for up to 20 guests 6 months a year.
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Broadmea Stable is an exceptional barn conversion set in the unspoilt Tyne Valley on the Cumbria/Northumberland border, making it the perfect location for exploring the nation and historical treasures of the region.
This traditional 18th century stone cottage nestles on a remarkable hillside with views across the Tyne Valley over to the rolling North Pennines.
Meticulously converted from a former chapel, this romantic retreat oozes charm and provides the perfect bolthole for spending a relaxed holiday away from the hustle of modern life.
Mount Hooley Lodge is set close to the town of Alston in Cumbria and boasts wooden decking with awe-inspiring panoramic views looking across the South Tyne Valley.
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Set within an unspoilt spot in the South Tyne Valley, Broadmea Barn is a stunning barn conversion that has been expertly refurbished to a high standard, while retaining much of its original charm and character.
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