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Rose Cottage is a 150-year-old grade II listed property located within the Durham City Conservation area. Guests will be ideally located to explore all of the attractions that Durham has to offer, including the Cathedral, Castle, as well as the University Museums and Gardens. You’ll also be able to embark on one of the various walks by the River Wear and enjoy yourself at one of Durham’s many eateries. Sleeping two guests this quaint cottage is perfect for a romantic break.
Rose Cottage is a quaint cottage perfect for two.
The living room is a comfortable space with a soft sofa and a leather armchair. Turn on the flat screen TV to keep up with your favourite shows or spend quality time with your loved one. Also sharing this space is the dining area which includes a rectangular wooden table with seating for both guests.
Fully equipped for self-catering stays, the kitchen has everything you could need to prepare meals easily.
Rose Cottage boasts a spacious bedroom. Equipped with a relaxing king-size bed, a great night’s sleep is guaranteed with the help of plush bedding and quality linens.
The bathroom is located upstairs and boasts a bathtub with overhead shower, as well as a wash basin and WC.
Outside you’ll find a rear yard with a table and chairs - perfect for alfresco dining in the warmer months.
Rose Cottage is situated in the original Parish of St Giles. The property overlooks the village green and there are various historic buildings in the area, including St Giles Church.
Named as ‘One of the Best Cities to Visit in 2020’, Durham is a beautiful and charming area within the North East. Known as the ‘perfect little city’, Durham has the best mix of everything and it all blends seamlessly. It retains its mediaeval heritage but it also has a modern and vibrant twist. It boasts lush green landscapes but it also has busy cobbled streets with independent shops, bars and restaurants.
Durham has plenty of history within its walls. One of the most spectacular historic sites is Durham Cathedral. Constructed between 1003 and 1133, this towering building is a shining example of Norman architecture. The cathedral is now the oldest surviving building with a stone vaulted ceiling of such a large scale.
The centre of Durham is a short five-minute drive from Rose Cottage.
Durham train station is ten-minute drive away so nearby towns and cities can easily be reached via rail. There’s also a taxi rank in close proximity to the train station.
There are plenty of bus routes throughout Durham. Hop on the Arriva 6 route to visit Barnard Castle or the number 22 which travels through Seaham and Sunderland.
Guests have access to the full property. The keys to the property are accessed via a secure key safe and full details will be provided shortly before your arrival date.
A parking permit is provided for the duration of your stay at Rose Cottage.
great little place. wish we could have stayed another day.
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