Situated one mile from Alston, Watergreens Farm our recently renovated 180 year old Farm House & Byre is awaiting your arrival, escape from the hustle & bustle of city life This Farmhouse has the impressive balance of period charm coupled with tasteful, contemporary fi …see more
The barn has a fantastic layout providing a relaxing and comfortable environment.With natural stone and open beams there is true character in the building. From the patio you can view the glorious countryside whilst listening to the stream at the bottom of the garden. …see more
Award winning, pet friendly cottage nr Alston, North Pennines, Cumbria, with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, open plan living, woodburning stove, range cooker, boot room, garden. Ideal for walking and cycling, golf with picturesque views. Ideal for families friends, couples. …see more
Tucked away in the peaceful village of Garrigill is St Johns Cottage. With the Pennines on the doorstep and just 4 miles from the main town of Alston there are a wealth of activities nearby. Your stay includes a daily session in our private hire indoor pool. (Apr-Dec) …see more
Lantern House is a holiday town house recently refurbished in contemporary style with the original structure and character dating from the 17th Century in the heart of the historic town of Alston.Cumbria in the heart of the North Pennines. …see more
Four star gold award cottage situated in a secluded corner of historic Alston, in the heart of the North Pennines, furnished to a very high standard, with private patio. Ideally situated for local shops and pubs but just 5 minutes walk to beautiful open countryside The …see more
Four star gold award cottage situated in a secluded corner of historic Alston, in the heart of the North Pennines, furnished to a very high standard, with balcony & patio. Ideally situated for local shops and pubs but just 5 minutes walk to beautiful open countryside …see more
The Calf Shed is a cosy and compact cottage perfect for two. Located a mile from Alston, on the Pennine way and the c2c, Ideal for visiting the Lakes, Hadrian's wall, Beamish museum and the Scottish Borders etc, or just to escape and admire the views of the local area. …see more
A two bedroom self catering holiday cottage. Sleeps five people. Situated on the outskirts Alston, a perfect location to explore the North Pennines, Hadrians Wall,The Lakes, Scottish Borders, Northumberland, County Durham and also for those on the C2C and Pennine Way. I …see more
Incredible landscape for walks, sightseeing and even skiing in winter.
Stunning view from one of the highest points of England, overlooking the wild North Pennines.
Quiet and convivial atmosphere for everyone.
B&B and self-catering. Bedrooms:
2 x twin or double roo …see more
The Stable has beautiful open beams with a cosy and easy to use gas 'wood burner' in an attractive stone fireplace. Light an airy rooms enhance the overall effect of being in this fantastic part of the English countryside. …see more
The Milking Parlour is a 2 bedroomed cosy country cottage, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Alston is a small historic market town, located on the Pennine way, perfect for visiting many tourist attractions, walking the Pennine way or doing the C2C. …see more
Set in a quiet back street in the historic town of Alston, this four star architect designed barn-conversion skilfully blends traditional and contemporary features and holds an Enjoy England Gold Award for outstanding quality. Naworth has a private patio area and the 1s …see more
Two bedroom self catering holiday cottage, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. On the Pennine way and the C2C route, within easy reach of many tourist attractions, The Lake District, Hadrians wall, Beamish, Scottish borders etc. Pets welcome. Suitable for family's …see more
3 four star gold award cottages situated in a secluded corner of historic Alston, in the heart of the North Pennines, furnished to a very high standard, 2 with balconies. Ideally situated for local shops and pubs but just 5 minutes walk to beautiful open countryside.
The property dates back to 1611, and retains the traditional stone walls, open log fires and wooded beamed ceilings throughout the property. It is situated in the town centre with stunning views all round of outstanding scenery. …see more