Newsham holiday cottages, near Richmond in North YorkshireTAVERN COTTAGE
Newsham,
Richmond,
North Yorkshire
DL11 7RA

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Sleeps: 2.
Well behaved pets welcome.

Low season: £225 pw.
High season: £250 pw.

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For further details please contact:

Mr Simon Thompson
Tel: 01833621223  or  07792222220


Tavern Cottage is a stone built cottage with a multi fuel stove in the living room ideal for summer or winter breaks. It has a twin bedded double bedroom, a showerbath in the bathroom and full amenities in the kitchen. The cottage is tastefully decorated to a high standard.

Location  
  • The cottage is situated in the centre of the small quiet village of Newsham overlooking the village green midway between Richmond and Barnard Castle.
  • The village is an ancient settlement which pre-dates the Domesday Book and has plenty of lovely walks and places of historic interest to visit at nearby Richmond and Barnard Castle.
  • For those who like fishing there are the River Tees and Swale.
  • Some quaint characteristic inns and eating houses in the surrounding villages are a must for their warm and relaxing atmosphere.
  • Newsham is 8 miles from the A1 on the A66 making a trip to The Lakes easily accessible or if you want to visit the East Coast it is only 1 hour away.
 


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 TAVERN COTTAGE
Newsham,
Richmond,
North Yorkshire
DL11 7RA

___________________

Sleeps: 2.
Well behaved pets welcome.

Low season: £225 pw.
High season: £250 pw.

___________________

For further details please contact:

Mr Simon Thompson
Tel: 01833621223  or  07792222220

Tavern Cottage is a stone built cottage with a multi fuel stove in the living room ideal for summer or winter breaks. It has a twin bedded double bedroom, a showerbath in the bathroom and full amenities in the kitchen. The cottage is tastefully decorated to a high standard.

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