4 Stanhope Castle Mews is a wonderful stone cottage situated in Stanhope, Durham. This Grade II listed castle was built in the 17th century and is part of the English Heritage. Internally, the property has been newly renovated into a stunning and contemporary holiday home for two people. The galley kitchen is ideally located, adjacent to the living room, with a fitted set of grey units and sleek worktops, with all the appliances you could possibly need. Settle down in the lovely living room with your home-cooked meals and enjoy your dinner in front of the TV - just like home! With plenty of added extras and high-quality furnishings to make this cottage a real home-from-home, including the stunning selection of modern art that adds real character to the rooms. Upstairs has a spacious king-size bed with a stunning wall mural of hand-crafted wings, fashioned to shape a heart in the centre. A lovely touch to this already stunning property. There is a shower room with modern fixtures and fittings and lovely pristine white tiling. Outside has a front and rear patio and stone area, with a table and chairs where you can sit out and enjoy the lovely ambiance with a glass of wine. There is off-road parking located in the main car park with spaces for two cars. The cottage is ideally located near many tourist attractions. including Bowlees Visitor Centre. Situated within acres of of the secluded countryside, with an abundance of local wildlife to see, surrounded by woodland and the Low to High Force waterfalls, this centre has so many lovely sights to behold. Stanhope has a large range of high-quality restaurants and pubs, ideal for romantic meals. 4 Stanhope Castle Mews is a lovely weekend love nest in the heart of the North Pennine countryside.
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Garden Or Patio
Pub Within 1 Mile
Bedrooms & Suites
Over two floors. One king-size bedroom. Shower room with a shower, basin and WC. Ground-floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area
Stanhope is a small market town in Durham, England, situated on the River Wear. The town is surrounded by moorland and is considered an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With many local attractions including the 18th century Stanhope Castle, which can be found in the centre and an attractive step-stone bridge. Stanhope Agricultural Show was founded in the 19th century and has been held in September every year and attracts many locals and tourists.