Hill View House

Wearhead, United Kingdom
  based on 2 reviews
Keyfacts
  •   6
  •   3
  • SQF 1
  •  wifi
  •  Parking

Description

SLEEPS 6 

Hill View House is a spacious 3 bed property.

The main entrance to the house brings you onto the 1st floor of the property. Here there 3 bedrooms, the spacious master room has a king-size bed, log burning stove (for effect only) and views from 2 sides of the property, while the double and twin room both have amazing views out of the back of the property over the fells. The bathroom is newly decorated and has a p-shaped bath with shower above. The upstairs corridor and stairs to the ground floor are beautiful stained wooden floors. 

The ground floor is comprised of a kitchen, living room, dining area and conservatory. The living room/ dining area is a large open plan space with an exposed stone feature wall, multifuel stove and modern decor. There are French windows which open out onto the garden which makes the room light. The kitchen has a rayburn which is fully usable, or an electric hob should you wish to use an alternative. 

The garden is fully enclosed and has patio furniture. There is private parking for 2 small cars. 

Hill View House is set on a hill (hence its name) which provides spectacular views over the fells. While the property is in a rural location, ideal for those who want to enjoy the outdoors, it is close to the local town of St Johns Chapel where there are local amenities including pubs, cafes and a coop. 

Pets are welcome with prior notification. 

Travel cot & high chair available  

Local information 

Hill View House is located in Newhouses, Weardale. Although in Country Durham the location is close to the borders of Cumbria and Northumberland making this an ideal base to get out and explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

Local amenities including 2 pubs, one of which serves food, a post office with tea room, a café and Co-op, are located in the village of St Johns Chapel less than a 5 minute drive away. 

For those who want to embrace the outdoors, you can begin many walks or cycle routes from the doorstep and the Weardale Activity Centre is a 2 minute car journey or a 5 minute walk from the cottage. The North of England Lead Mining Museum at Killhope is a five minute drive from the cottage, and is worth a visit giving you an insight into the lead mining era with underground tours.


Rooms

1 Bathroom, 3 Bedroom, 1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room


Amenities
  • Sleeping
    Bed linen, 1 Double bed, 1 King bed, 2 Single bed
  • Cooking
    Child's high chair, Cooking utensils, Refrigerator, Toaster
  • Heating/Cooling
    Electric heating, Fireplace, Heating available
  • Entertainment
    Wireless Broadband Internet, TV (Antenna)
  • Sanitary
    Hair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towel-set, Washbasin
  • Laundry
    Iron & Board, Washing machine
  • Miscellaneous
    Carbon Monoxide Detector, First aid kit, Smoke Detector, Vacuum cleaner
Facilities
  • Parking
    Parking Included
  • Outside
    Private Garden
Policies
Accessible 24/7 Children welcome, Pets welcome, Pets allowed only after arrangement, Smoking not allowed
Check in:
3:00 PM
Check out:
10:00 AM
Map
Location

Hill View House, Newhouse, Wearhead , Wearhead, DL13 1PY, United Kingdom


Directions

  

Directions 

From Alston drive up the main street turning left onto the A689, Nenthead road. Continue through Nenthead and down into Weardale, drive to Ireshopeburn and after the Weardale Outdoor Centre take a left to Newhouse, drive up the hill and follow the road right. Hill View House is on the right as you round the corner. There is space for 2 small cars to park outside the property. 

From the A1 proceed along the A68 towards the North Pennines until you reach the A689 signposted “Weardale North Pennines” join this road and travel west through various villages for approx 18 miles until you pass through the village of St John’s Chapel. Pass the Weardale Museum; take a right turn over the bridge and up the hill and follow the road right. Hill View House is on the right as you round the corner. There is space for 2 small cars to park outside the property. 

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based on 2 reviews
Claire Leonard (Sunderland)
The perfect country cottage set in an idyllic countryside setting

Our first visit to Hill View House and I'm sure it wont be our last. Set into the hillside, the views are spectacular from every window. The garden is sunny and sheltered an even in the chill of the Autumn we were able to have coffee outside. The silence is golden, broken only by the bleating of the sheep and the occasional tractor trundling by. The house is warm and cosy, with the treat of a real fire and beautifully finished throughout with quality furnishings and super comfy beds. The owners have thought of everything to make your stay comfortable. We will be back!

Group  |  stayed in 10/2019

Debbie A (Lancashire)
A Tanquil Haven in Stunning Surroundings

I stayed at Hill View House with my 4 year old child and my mum and it really was a wonderful 'get away from it all' break in beautiful countryside. Driving out of the village and up the hill, the house is perched on a corner as the road levels out and we appreciated the parking right outside the gate - and entering the house at bedroom level meant very easy depositing of luggage! The house is airey and bright, and it is lovely and clean with new carpets and beautiful wooden floors - and it's really spacious. If we visited with more family we'd really appreciate the big dining table (comfy dining chairs were a nice touch) and the option to eat at the kitchen breakfast bar. The French doors onto the really pretty cottage garden meant that we could have a lazy breakfast, looking out over the valley - the views are stunning! Beds are comfy with beautiful fresh bedlinen. The bathroom appeared to be newly fitted and it was great to have the option of a bath or a shower. We ventured out both near and far - we found great walks down the valley and along the river (which is nice for paddling and finding chunks of purple fluorspar - which I think is from the tin mine up the hill) and the village is handy for stopping off for an ice lolly, coffee, lunch or a drink at the pub. There are so many places to visit too - from Hamsterley Forest (we walked but it looked great for cycling) to Bowes Museum which we visited - it's in Barnard Castle which is a pretty small town with fantastic independent shops, a castle and a nice riverside. All in all we had a wonderful stay, mixing rural chill out moments with doing a few touristy things too. Thoroughly recommended and we hope to visit again soon!

Family with young children  |  stayed in 8/2019

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Jeremy Higgs
Phone

 +441434381808

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