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WHARNLEY BURN FARM

Once the home of a local highwayman in the 17th century, WHARNLEY BURN is 600 years old and the oldest dwelling house in North West Durham.  It has great charm and allows you to step back in time to the days of low beamed ceilings and very low doorways.    However we do have many 21st century comforts including full central heating and wood burning stoves.

For those wanting a more energetic holiday, the area abounds in beautiful walks, sailing, canoeing and birdwatching.  We are also near the Coast to Coast cycle route.

  

We are a smallholding of about 15 acres with a cottage garden to relax in.

We keep ponies, goats, geese, ducks and chickens, as well as cats and dogs.

 

 

 

The pretty ensuite bedroom is equipped with tea/coffee making facilities and television.

Breakfast is served in the lounge.

There are comfortable chairs, a colour television and woodburning stove for those chilly evenings.

    


 

We would like you to feel completely at home during your stay with us.  Feel free to wander in the garden or take a walk along the river to the waterfall, but only on the farmyard when accompanied by us.

Well mannered pets are welcome at an extra cost, but not in the house.  We have facilities for pets and dogs must be kept on a lead

Any damage by pets or children will have to be paid for.

PLACES TO VISIT

Derwent Reservoir for fishing, sailing and canoeing      *  Beamish Museum  
Newcastle and its Metro Centre                                      *  Hexham and Hadrian's Wall

              GENERAL INFORMATION

Friendly and informal home                                         *  Ample parking 
Dogs can be accommodated in outside kennel          

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