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Holiday cottages in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
Riverdale Cottage, Barnard Castle, Durham
Price: from £300
Sleeps: 1 to 2
Riverdale Cottage is a Grade II listed building which was once a farm stable. This Victorian farm out-building was originally built around 1860. The cottage is tucked away down a leafy lane by the upper reaches of the River Tees.
Boot & Shoe Cottage, Barnard Castle, Durham, DL12 9TR
Price: from £305
Sleeps: 1 to 2
Boot and Shoe Cottage is a 4 Star Self-catering Countryside Holiday Cottage in Teesdale and close to the Yorkshire dales. Wycliffe, Barnard Castle, County Durham, North East England, UK. Sleeps 4 (or 6) with private fishing and tennis court.
Swinkly Cottage, Eggleston, Barnard Castle, Durham
Price: from £250
Sleeps: 1 to 5
Swinkly Cottage is set in a quiet country lane, within easy strolling distance of the amenities of the picturesque village of Eggleston, this charming listed cottage has breathtaking views of the beautiful Tees valley
Laneside Cottage, Raby Castle, Darlington, Co. Durham, DL2 3AH
Price: £240 - £470
Sleeps: up to 6
Laneside Cottage is a former farm cottage which was renovated in 2001 to create a self-catering holiday let offering comfortable accommodation available throughout the year.
Durham Holiday Cottages:  self-catering holiday cottages, apartments and houses within Durham. Book direct with holiday property owners.
Swallow’s Barn Cottage, Durham, DH7 9RP
Price: contact owners
Sleeps: 1 to 8
Swallow's Barn Cottage is set in the soft low hills east of Durham City.  The cottage itself is a converted Granary which was situated next to the old farmhouse in bygone times. It has been restored and converted into a marvellous holiday cottage.
Hamsteels Hall Farm, Quebec, Durham, DH7 9RS
Price: contact owners
Five Cottages
Hamsteels Hall Farm are recently renovated stone barn conversions set in beautiful countryside. Take a relaxing break in an elegant Georgian Country House which is a Grade II* listed building, full of character, and dates back to the 1600s when inglenook fireplaces, shuttered windows and panelled rooms were commonplace.