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Church View is a welcoming, dog friendly place to stay when holidaying in and around Durham. Whether you’re travelling as a group of friends or with family, this is the perfect getaway for up to six people. You’ll have access to the full property during your stay which includes a living room, a fully-equipped kitchen, dining room, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. A home from home in the heart of the North East, Church View will provide memories to treasure.
Church View has a spacious living room with a flat screen TV and seating for all guests making it the ideal place to unwind with your loved ones. Lamps and soft furnishings make this a really cosy place to relax.
The house has a spacious kitchen and a separate dining room. Fully equipped for self-catering stays, the kitchen has modern appliances and cookware. You’ll can also enjoy casual dining inthis space at the breakfast bar.
The dining room includes a dining table with six chairs, the perfect space to enjoy a family meal together.
Upstairs on the first floor, you’ll find three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
The master bedroom has a comfortable king size bed, along with an ensuite shower room, which includes a wash basin and WC.
The second and third bedrooms are both home to comfy double beds, complete with plush bedding and premium bed linens.
The family bathroom has a bathtub with an overhead shower, WC and basin.
Outside there is a private yard area with outdoor furniture so you can enjoy alfressco dining in the brighterweather.
If you are travelling with bikes you can use the outdoor shed for bike storage.
Church View is located on the outskirts of the popular city of Durham in the North East, in the village of Bearpark. Church View is also only a short walk from Ushaw Historic House and Gardens, Aldin Grange Lakes (great for coarse and trout fishing), and the Lanchester Valley Railway Path (walking and cycling), as well as Diggerland.
You’ll also find some great eateries nearby which is an added bonus.
Named ‘One of the Best Cities in the World to Visit in 2020’ by The Independent and voted ‘The Best City in the UK’ by Condé Nast’s traveller magazine readers, the beautiful city is packed with history and charm.
It has the perfect blend of mediaeval heritage and a modern, vibrant feel. The cobbled streets are peppered with restaurants, bars, pubs and shops. Take a leisurely stroll near the River Wear which continues on past Durham Cathedral and the 900 year old Durham Castle.
Durham Cathedral is an outstanding building originally constructed between 1093 and 1133. The Norman architecture is especially important as it is now the oldest surviving building with a stone vaulted ceiling of such a large scale. You can climb the Tower’s 325 steps for incredible views of the city and countryside. If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, head to the Chapter House where they filmed one of the Hogwarts classrooms.
Durham train station has direct routes to locations all across the UK, including Newcastle, Edinburgh, York, Leeds, Manchester and London.
The 48 bus route stops in Bearpark, offering direct access into the city centre.