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Grove Cottage is situated high up in the North Pennine Countryside; an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is within a short walk to the small market town of Alston with several pubs and cafes (which allows dogs in). Built in the 19th century, the cottage was lovingly restored in 2021, keeping many of its original features whilst incorporating a host of modern comforts.
Wooden beams, a log-burning fireplace and stone floors add character to the cottage. Both bedrooms have king-sized beds with luxurious en-suite bathrooms and the second bedroom can be turned into two singles if required. Grove Cottage is well-equipped for 21st-century living and there are contemporary electric radiators throughout to ensure the cottage stays warm and cosy for your stay.
The cottage is an ideal base for enjoying the North Pennines and the Lake District, which is only a short drive away. From every direction, Alston is approached over a broad, heather-clad landscape and the town has a steep, original, cobbled main street with a distinctive market cross, and many stone buildings dating from the 17th century. Several beautiful walks on your doorstep a steam train ride at South Tyne Heritage Railway in Alston.
“Fantastic place to stay in Alston with high spec amenities. It is a brilliantly well thought out cottage complete with 2 beautiful bedrooms well apart from each other with en-suites, a log fire in the living room and a superb well-equipped kitchen.” Richard - Visited January 2023
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*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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