Romantic holiday cottage in Bowes, providing traditional self-catering accommodation within easy reach of local shops, amenities and attractions. Sleeps two.
Honey Pot Cottage in Bowes is set on the edge of the picturesque village near Barnard Castle, close to a little shop and a cosy village pub. A charming former stables conversion, the cottage is a cosy retreat for two and ideal for walking holidays, situated close to the Pennine Way National Trail leading to Tan Hill Inn on the border of Durham and North Yorkshire, famously home to the highest pub at 1732 feet above sea level.
Single storey Honey Pot Cottage sleeps 2 and is perfect for couples, with a cosy lounge, and a kitchen containing an electric oven and hob, a larder fridge and a microwave. The double bedroom includes a radio/CD and an en-suite bathroom with a bath and shower. Oil fired central heating is throughout - all bedlinen, towels and heating are included in booking. In a peaceful location away from the hustle and bustle, Honey Pot Cottage sits only 700 yards from local pubs and restaurants, and 500 yards from the nearest shop.
An enclosed garden with a furnished seating area is to the rear of the cottage and off road parking is available on-site. Nearby attractions include the Bowes Museum, Raby Castle and Deer Park, and the High Force Waterfall. Walkers will love the surrounding countryside, with trails and tracks of varying length and difficulty, whilst you'll be only half an hour by car from the Yorkshire Dales themselves.
Perfect for a romantic holiday, and ideally suited to older couples, Honey Pot Cottage offers a peaceful stay in traditional surroundings, with everything you'll need nearby. With shops, pubs and restaurants so close to the front door, and with an enclosed garden and outdoor seating area, it's ideal for those who like to take it easy on their holidays, but close enough to local attractions and walking trails to keep you busy.