(Reference number: 344722)
A truly lovely semi-detached barn conversion with fabulous views over the surrounding countryside, Emms Hill Hideaway canâ€™t be beaten for comfort or location. Decorated and furnished to a good standard, guests will find that the property is spacious, bright and welcoming. On the ground floor there is a lovely living/dining room which has great views from either side. With ample comfortable seating for guests and a roaring wood burner, this is the perfect place to relax and unwind in comfort or enjoy a family games night with the PlayStation 4 or board games that have been provided for guests entertainment. The kitchen is large and modern with granite work surfaces and a gas range for cooking. Through the kitchen out into the back garden, guests will then find a super, enclosed garden with views over the paddock and out into the fields beyond. This is the perfect spot to enjoy an evening in the private hot tub and celebrate a special occasion with friends or family. With private parking for 2 cars to the front of the property and the ownerâ€™s home just next door, guests will find Emms Hill Hideaway has something to offer for all occasions.
Just 1Â½ miles away is Hamsterley Forest, which makes a great destination for guests who enjoy cycling, walking and the great outdoors. Boasting over 2000 hectares of open countryside and woodland, there are a variety of cycle trails, woodland walks and paths for guests of all abilities. The Gruffalo Trail and the Highway Rat Activity Trail are really popular with families, and budding cyclists can ride The Super6, which is six trails through six breathtaking locations. From wildlife watching to dark sky gazing, cycling, walking, orienteering or picnicking, there is something for everyone. For a more sedate afternoon, guests will be able to take a walk or a drive to one of the traditional County Durham villages that lie not too far from the property. Witton-le-Wear, Escomb, Butterknowle and Binchester are all within an easy drive and offer good quality local pubs and plenty of historic sites. Bishop Auckland, which is home to the Kynren sho ...