About this listing
Nestled in the quiet picturesque village of Satley, in the heart of county Durham you'll find all the comforts you need to relax and enjoy yourself.
We have spacious, beautifully furnished room with large double bed, en-suite, T.V, DVD, Music, Wi Fi, tea & coffee. Delicious cooked breakfasts, locally sourced and even home grown produce like free range eggs and honey!! Our spacious family room will easily accomadate a family with travel cot/high chair available if required. Extra beds either camp beds or air beds can be provided for additional guests. - If booking for a family please be aware there is only 1 real double bed.
Private dining and relaxing area, otherwise weather permitting you are more than welcome to relax in the spacious garden which enjoys views over the fields and rolling hills beyond. We have our own chickens, ponies, sheep and even bees!! So plenty to keep you interested, however if you do fancy a leg stretch there's a small gastro pub just next door with local ales. We do have some of the most pretty countryside around with plenty of excellent walks and cycle routes.
Just down the road(less than a mile) we have an award winning visitor attraction, Hall Hill Farm, which is bound to keep the kids happy! Knitsley Mill Farm Shop and cafe is a popular producer, to name just one of many local eateries, just 10 mins away. We're only 20mins drive from Durham City. Approx 30- 40mins from Newcastle, Hexham, The Metro Centre, Barnard Castle with Bowes museum and Raby castle nearby.
The breathtaking North Penines is on the doorstep along with many other beautiful Weardale villages, attractions and scenery. We want you to feel really welcome, relaxed and get the most out of your stay. Pets including ponies or horses are welcome with prior arrangement.
About the Host, Helen
Friendly enthusiastic host, keen to meet and chat with guests and help them really enjoy their stay. I love the great outdoors and the surrounding countryside and love others to appreciate it as much as I do! I'm a farmers daughter so have an understanding of rural life and how to get the most out of it. I am passionate about local produce and wherever possible producing your own!! I love gardening(though my success is limited) and cooking with fresh ingredients. Homemade jams and chutneys are often on the boil! My recent beekeeping exploits are just another way of me trying to do the right thing by nature!