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New Hall Farm, Wolsingham, County Durham

New Hall Farm
County Durham

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New Hall Farm is an 18th century working farm on the outskirts of Wolsingham, Weardale. New Hall Farm Cottage has been recently extensivly refurbished to a very high standard. With oak flooring throughout the cottage, the lounge is unique in having a walk-in inglenook fireplace, with a log-burning stove. The lounge also has exposed beams and stunning views, the lounge leads to a garden. Also on the ground floor is a double bedroom with a large en-suite bathroom. The first floor has a large double bedroomwith original exposed beams, fireplace and spectacular views. It has an en-suite shower room. A third bedroom is also on the first floor with a single bed with a pull-out single guest bed, it also has an en-suite bathroom.

New Hall Farm is situated 1 mile out of the Dales village of Wolsingham, ideally situated for touring all of the North-East. Locally we have many local attractions walking, swimming cycling and pony-trekking in Hamsterley forest and we are within easy reach of Durham, Barnard Castle, Hexham, Raby Castle, Beamish and Newcastle to name a few.


Ratings/Awards: Visit Britain 4 star
Nearest Major Town: Durham
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