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Dove Cottage

Self Catering

Dove Cottage
High Broadwood Hall
NE47 9AF
Telephone (01434) 683458
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Quirky one bedroom sc cottage in the North Pennines AONB. Stunning views, walking /cycling from the door. Barn conversion.

Green Tourism Gold Award
Visit Britain 4* + Walkers and Cyclists Welcome award.
Cottages4you Gold Award 2013
Pets by arrangement – please contact the owners.
1¼ miles from Allendale in the North Pennines AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).
Dove Cottage is a characterful, bastle-like stone cottage, surrounded by farmland, mainly grazed by sheep and wildlife. There’s two small woodlands and we’ve planted a further 1200 broadleaf native trees recently.
In Dove Cottage the living room is upstairs in order to take advantage of the stunning views and starlit dark skies. Broadband, free-sat TV and i-pod dock. Walking/cycling from the door.
Downstairs: Double bedroom with en suite bathroom. Hallway leads to stairs. Low beamed ceilings (6′).
Upstairs: Kitchen-living room with well equipped kitchen, far-reaching views from the dining area and comfortable lounge area with wood burner (wood provided) adding a cosy feel. High beamed ceilings.
Outside: Car parking area and a private sitting out area.
Own water from spring/bore hole. An air source heat pump heats both the cottage and hot water. We have a wind turbine and photovoltaic panels and thus your stay with us can be considered as very earth friendly.
Perfect for a retreat. If you don’t wish to retreat, there’s loads to do and see.

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Set pretty much in the centre of the country between Carlisle in the West and Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the east. We suggest using either the A1 or M6 to the junction of the A69 and then head for Haydon Bridge. At the eastern end of the Haydon Bridge By Pass, take the A686 towards Langley, then the B6295 towards Catton. As you come out of Catton take the right hand fork , continue on until you come to a junction, (known locally as 5 lane ends) Take the third turning signposted to Ninebanks, our entrance is approx 800 yards on the left hand side.
Train: Mainline stations Newcastle and Carlisle. The Newcastle to Carlisle track runs through Haydon Bridge and Hexham. Hexham Station, Station Rd, Hexham NE46 1EZ. Tel: 01434 601 610 (From Hexham Station walk, cycle or take a taxi up the hill to the bus station on Battle Hill – approx half a mile.)
Bus: The 688 bus that goes from Hexham to Allen-heads stops at the square in Allendale at various times during the day. Tel: 0191 420 5050
The 658 bus runs from Newcastle to Carlisle via Hexham. The X85 runs from Newcastle to Hexham. Travel line 0871 200 22 33 (calls will be charged)
Simply Ten also do services from Newcastle which stop in Hexham 10/10A or tel: 0845 60 60 260 and 0191 4205050

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