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.
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.
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.
This traditional 18th century stone cottage nestles on a remarkable hillside with views across the Tyne Valley over to the rolling North Pennines.
There is plenty to occupy every member of the family if you do want to partake of a slice of rural life. Find out more
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.
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.
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.
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.
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