Weardale CottageWeardale Cottage is situated in the village of Saint John's Chapel in Upper Weardale in the AONB of the North Pennines. The village is well served with a shop and two pubs and tea rooms. The cottage is cosy and ideal for that much needed restful break. The surrounding area is great for walkers and you can get away from the crowds, visiting High Force, the most spectacular waterfall in England or walk the Weardale Way which goes through the village. The cottage has all the comforts of home.
Chapel Race - Rookhope ArchRookhope Arch is a dog friendly, ground floor apartment with style in abundance. Brand new for 2020, this recently refurbished property provides a relaxing self-catering retreat in the countryside. Located in St John’s Chapel in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Rookhope Arch is ideal for those who love being outside. With tumbling waterfalls, sweeping moorland views, dramatic dales and snaking stone walls, you’ll have plenty to discover. Perfect for walking, hiking, cycling, running and horse riding, you won’t get bored of things to do!
Lily's Cottage, St John's Chapel, WeardaleNew to the market in 2019, Lily's Cottage is a stone-built cottage which lies in Weardale, Co. Durham. Newly renovated, it has 2 comfortable bedrooms, a luxury fully equipped kitchen and a cosy lounge. St John's Chapel has 2 pubs, 2 cafes, a shop and post office and the bigger town of Stanhope is nearby. Weardale is very popular with cyclists, hikers and anyone who enjoys peace & quiet and the great outdoors, Well behaved dogs are welcome (max 2). Introductory offers currently in place