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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Here within the tranquil setting of our graceful and majestic self catering holiday cottage, you can relax and leave behind the stresses and strains of everyday modern living. our self catering holiday cottage here at Hedley Hall have been designed with your comfort and tranquillity in mind, and are all fully accessible for wheelchair users.
Beautifully styled and furnished with everything you'll need for a delightful, refreshing and invigorating stay, our
cottage is light, spacious and graciously appointed single storey building, with stunning views of the valley.
Naturally the cottage has a large lounge/dining room with gallery kitchen, and two very generously proportioned double bedrooms, which sleep a maximum of four. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room, plus the cottage also has a family bathroom with overhead shower. There are electric radiators throughout the cottage to, the lounge has a TV with Freeview, a DVD player and a small library of books for your entertainment.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, fridge freezer, and dishwasher, plus a washer/dryer. In the bedrooms you will find zip and link beds, allowing for super king or twin bed flexibility. All your duvets, bed linen, and towels are included in your stay, and there is even a travel cot for babies and toddlers.
Hedley Hall has sixteen and a half acres of landscaped grounds, with an abundance of wildlife. There is also ample private secure parking for your vehicles.
The privacy and space we have is always greatly appreciated by our guests who like to return to us time and time again. Plunge yourself into the culture and timeless beauty of this region and you will be rewarded with memories of splendid days spent here.
We are fortunate at Hedley Hall to be in the ideal position for discovering and exploring all the hidden treasures of the region. Situated within a short distance of Beamish Open Air Museum, the Angle of the North Statue, and the great city of Newcastle, you will have the opportunity to experience all the splendid artistic and cultural attractions, as well as fine dining in local restaurants, cafes and bars; while shop-a-holics can spend as much time as they like in the Metro Centre, Eldon Centre and specialist boutiques in Durham City.
Slightly further afield, guests can roam the wild coastline which is renowned the world over for its great beauty. Marked as a World Heritage Site, the Northumbrian coast with its castles, stately homes and stunningly beautiful landscapes is a delight to behold.
The Scottish Borders make a splendid day out, and are the ideal place to do a spot of salmon and trout fishing on the River Tweed or play a round of golf. Closer to the Hedley Hall you will find the Angel of the North and County Durham, where you can visit Durham Castle, Cathedral and University.
Beamish Open Air Museum is literally on our doorstep, and is the perfect place to discover how the North East looked in times gone by. For more historical destinations try the monumental structure that is Hadrian's Wall, or the man made reservoir at Kielder water which is a haven for wildlife, and great for cyclists, walkers, nature lovers, and even has an observatory. Hedley Hall is also perfectly placed for visitors wanting to catch the Tall Ships when they come to the North East later in the year.
Come and discover the North East of England from the beautiful luxury self catering cottage at Hedley Hall.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Tynemouth 25.9 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car essential, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||1.5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newcastle 22.9 km, Nearest railway: Newcastle 12.2 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||King Beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
|Further details outdoors|
Each cottage has its very own private garden with patio area.
We have a mobile hoist available on request.
The Tyne and Wear region
Stay with us at Hedley Hall cottage, and you will have the whole of the North East to explore and discover. From the swooping heights of Alnwick Castle where all the Harry Potter films were made to the romance of the fair Scottish capital Edinburgh in the North, and the historic city of Durham with its Castle, Cathedral and University in the South: The whole of the North East is yours.
Just short drive from the cottage you will find Beamish Open Air Museum the Living Museum of the North. We are also close to one of the largest covered shopping malls in Europe, The Metro Centre; Filled to the brim with big names and famous brands, it's easy to spend a whole day shopping, dining or going to see a movie.
Newcastle is known the world over as the North East's cultural and party capital, with its Quayside the perfect place for fine dining, bars, cafes. We can also offer culture courtesy of The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, The Sage Gateshead, The Millennium Bridge joining the two banks, and the Metro Radio Arena.
Home to the annual Tall Ships Race every summer, Newcastle Quayside is a thriving and interesting spot.
Newcastle has great shopping and arts facilities, as well as museums and art galleries.
The Theatre Royal is a stunning building with many interesting theatrical productions, ballets, operas and pantomimes at Christmas.
The historical background of Newcastle marks it as one of the most important cities in the UK. Once a Roman garrison town it was the site of a fortress and to this day has parts of Hadrian's Wall still evident through the city centre. Starting from Wallsend, Hadrian's Wall sweeps across the landscape to the west coast. Many Roman forts and settlements have been unearthed such as Vindolanda and Housesteads. Visit the Roman Army Museum and get the feel of what Roman life was like on the furthest reaches of the Roman Empire, or if you’re feeling fit, you can always walk along the wall its self.
Alnwick Castle is known to many from the Harry Potter films, and it has featured in many movies and TV programs such as Blackadder. Visit this elegant market town and play a round or two of golf on its stunning course, or visit Hardy's of Alnwick, the world-renowned fishing tackle makers, and favourites of the Prince of Wales. They have a great museum and shop.
The River Tweed is one of the finest trout and salmon fishing rivers in Scotland or England, and runs along the border of the two countries to the sea at Berwick-upon-Tweed. This very historic town has fortified ramparts built by Queen Elizabeth I, and was the favourite holiday destination of the artist L.S. Lowry.
Kielder Reservoir and Forest offer the ideal opportunity to see local birds and wildlife, cycle, walk and even see the stars at the new Observatory.
Golf is always a firm favourite, and guests will not be disappointed by the range of fine courses at your disposal across the region. From courses literally on the seashore at Bamburgh to inland courses, the choice is phenomenal.
Edinburgh is a cultural city and well worth a day out to discover its castle, museums and the Queens residence at Holyrood. There are plenty of shops including Harvey Nichols and exquisite boutiques.
The North East is a great place for out door enthusiasts, nature and wildlife lovers and those who enjoy sports. You can do everything from dry slope skiing, quad biking and gliding, to angling, sea fishing, sailing, golf, tennis, cycling, walking, pony trekking, horse riding and diving. In fact there is so much to do, you’ll need to stay quite a while to enjoy it all!
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5 Jan 2013
Beautiful, quiet apartment complex, purpose build to give access for all. We were warm & comfortable at all times and had everything we could wish for most of the time. The track to the cottages which contained large pot-holes caused by flooding and the TV which lost programmes even when on stand-by were our only disappointments. To be fair, Brenda the owner explained the problems with the track before we booked & warned us about the TV on arrival.