This fantastic self-catering barn is found in the village of Frosterley, Weardale. The barn holds a Gold Award in the Green Tourism Business Scheme (GTBS).
A perfect Weardale base
This is a family friendly 18th century character barn situated in the heart of Frosterley village within the Conservation Area ideally located for walkers, cyclists and families visiting the North Pennines AONB. It is located in a quiet secure courtyard and sleeps four to five, including dedicated accessible accommodation for one disabled person if required.
The barn enjoys good local amenities, including a very good local Co-op, two pubs, excellent fish and chip shop, and is close to the Weardale railway, the village hall and the village playground/playing field.
The barn has a well-equipped kitchen, toilet/shower wetroom with full disabled access, wood-burning stove and solar panels which provide heating and hot water via a thermal store, and access to a washing machine. There is safe off-road parking and secure cycle storage. A cot and highchair can be provided if required.
The barn can sleep four in an upstairs bunk room (which can double as a family room), and one downstairs. You can bring your own sleeping bags, or for an additional cost we can provide bedding.
We are members of the Green Tourism Business Scheme – at Gold level – and also gratefully acknowledge support from the North Pennines AONB Partnership and Natural England, and from the County Durham Development Company’s Tourism Enterprise Scheme.
For rates, availability and other inquiries, contact Lance Davenport and Julia Knight on 01388 526632 or email@example.com
48 Front Street
County Durham DL13 2QS.