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Lovely cosy social space
Kitchen area
Cosy double bedroom
Lovely light shower room
The Causey Arch picnic area is a few steps way
What better place to enjoy lunch!
Enjoy an alfresco morning coffee
Walk along to the lovely Causey Arch
Visit nearby Beamish for a great day out!
Newcastle Upon Tyne is just a 20 minute drive away
1 / 15  Lovely cosy social space
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3 / 15  Kitchen area
4 / 15  Cosy double bedroom
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7 / 15  Lovely light shower room
8 / 15  The Causey Arch picnic area is a few steps way
9 / 15  What better place to enjoy lunch!
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11 / 15  Enjoy an alfresco morning coffee
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13 / 15  Walk along to the lovely Causey Arch
14 / 15  Visit nearby Beamish for a great day out!
15 / 15  Newcastle Upon Tyne is just a 20 minute drive away

Teddy's Cottage

(3mls N) Beamish, County Durham
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Internet access
Pub nearby
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Cosy cottage for two close to fabulous attractions
  • Take fantastic walks through beautiful scenery
  • Treat yourselves to meals out within easy walking distance
  • Free access to Beamish with this cottage
Property code: 78724

Charming cottage for two with ample space inside to relax. A getaway for fresh air, pleasant walks and fun days out. Perfect for a romantic break for a couple.

Located on a small former farm with stables, spend some quality time together in this cute and cosy cottage for two. Explore the area on foot with a wealth of interesting walking trails nearby taking in the world’s oldest remaining single arch bridge at Causey, as well as the local wildlife and ancient woodlands. You can treat yourselves to breakfast or lunch from the Tea Rooms, walk to the local pub for food and drinks, and enjoy eating al-fresco in the adjacent Woodland Assured picnic area. Other superb local attractions are easily reached by car, such as Beamish – the Living Museum of the North, a must see for a full day out and a fun trip on a steam train at nearby Tanfield Railway. For shopping, culture, river trips, magnificent cathedrals and history in abundance, why not have a couple of days out in the cities of Newcastle and Durham. The beach at Tynemouth is only 16 miles and of course, there is the whole of Northumberland to explore – both coast and countryside.

Entering this delightful converted single-storey cottage for two, you will find space to hang your coats and leave your walking boots. The contemporary and beautifully tiled and finished shower room is off the hallway with a walk-in shower, illuminated mirror above the washbasin and WC. Head into the open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area where there are two comfortable sofas to relax on in the lounge and a Smart TV for your entertainment. A Velux roof window adds to the light and airy feel of the space. The kitchen has an electric 2-ring hob, a fridge and kettle and microwave, toaster and cafetière and there is an extendable dining table where you can enjoy your meals together. You can enjoy a good night’s sleep in the cosy bedroom with a double bed and open storage for your things. There are two other one-bedroom cottages here which you can book as a larger party.

Outside, there is a shared paved area with bench-style seating. You are welcome to exercise your dog in the owner’s field within the grounds. Parking is for one car is private and off-road.

  • 1 bedroom - double
  • 1 Bathroom walk-in shower
  • Electric 2-ring hob, microwave, fridge
  • Smart TV in lounge with Netflix
  • Enclosed dog-walking field available
  • A picnic area is next door
  • Parking- private, off-road for 1 car
  • Shops and pub nearby
  • Free access to Beamish Open Air Museum available with your stay
  • 1 dog welcome, more will be considered with prior approval from the owner
  • 50% discount at the Causey House Tea Room onsite
  • Arrival: 16:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00 unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 1 dog allowed. Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week

Elliot Albiston

This property is personally managed by Elliot.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 18 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Alan 3rd June 2022

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Reviewed by Justine 27th May 2022

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We were made to feel very welcome by Hilary the owner of this lovely holiday home. The cottage is small but just right for two ( plus the dog) and there are great walks from the door - including to the Causey Arch along the burn. The adjacent tea room is a great place for breakfast or a stop for tea, coffee and cakes. We visited Beamish museum, whiRead morech was arranged by Hilary too. All in all, a great place in a lovely part of the world. Hide

Reviewed by Gail 20th May 2022

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Reviewed by Barbara 6th May 2022

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We stayed in Teddy cottage May 2022, the cottages are excellent very clean and well stocked, a really lovey court yard with seating, on the whole really enjoyed it here and would recommend both cottage and location to anyone - there is a gate at side of the block and you are in Causey park a lovely area for walking, there is also a tea room which iRead mores very good. Hilary the owner is very helpful, on the whole it was a great week and would do it again sometime Hide

Reviewed by Simon 19th February 2022

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Excellent location just next to picnic area and steam railway, very quiet with a very nice cafe and very friendly host

Reviewed by Kirstin 29th January 2022

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This place was a fantastic find! Hillary is a warm and welcoming host and nothing was too much trouble. The accommodation is modern and very clean and the bed was very comfortable too. Breakfast in the tea room the next day was an unexpected treat and Noodles fully enjoyed her special sausage!

Reviewed by Ruth 2nd December 2021

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Reviewed by Lauren 30th September 2021

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Reviewed by James 27th September 2021

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Very clean and cosy. Would recommend that the toilet holder is fixed is it is not secured properly but just a minor point and no recycling bins available.

Reviewed by Joanne 14th June 2021

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We have just returned from a lovely relaxing holiday at Teddys cottage. The cottage is lovely and clean and really well located. There are lots of local walks which were ideal for our dog (cottage is all dog friendly). A lovely tea room is on site and you are literally right next to the Causey Arch picnic area and walk. Ideal location for exploringRead more the wider area and for visiting the Beamish Museum which is a must do. The owner of the cottage is really helpful and made us very welcome. Hide

Reviewed by Margaret 30th April 2021

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Cosy cottage.friendly owner.free entry to beamish was a bonus as was the bacon butty and coffee.lovely for a short break.

Reviewed by Margaret 26th April 2021

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Had a very good break here.Hilary was very sociable and helpful.the bacon butties and coffee before we left was much appreciated.

Reviewed by Steve 23rd April 2021

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Reviewed by Ruth 16th April 2021

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The location and the cottage were both excellent. The owner was incredibly friendly and helpful. We will definitely be coming back.

Reviewed by Helen 18th September 2020

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Converted stable block opposite owners house, easy to locate, parking outside, can walk out through gate to Causey Arch great for dogs woodland and stream. Close to major routes we visited Beamish, Gibside, Binchester fort, Hadrians Wall, Aydons Castle, the coast at Seaham and Seaton Carew. Avoided cities due to Covid but Newcastle, Gateshead and DRead moreurham all easy to visit. Lots of hot water, comfy bed, fridge space, good TV reception and WiFi. Local Coop and Morrisons for food. Friendly owner. Hide

Reviewed by Sharon 28th August 2020

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The cottage is very new so in excellent condition, Hilary was attentive and answered any questions we had. There was everything you needed for a few days away for two people. The cottage is perfectly located for exploring the local area. There are walks and lovely countryside right on the doorstep. Theres a few local pubs and hotels to get a bite tRead moreo eat or a drink. Hide

Reviewed by Paul 21st August 2020

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Reviewed by Robert 14th August 2020

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The three cottages at this location are peacefully located yet easily accessible to all the attractions of the North East. We occupied a new cottage where everything was brand new being the first occupiers. The cottage was welcoming, cosy and perfect for a short stay for 2 people. The host was helpful and most accommodating with information and assRead moreistance on visiting local attractions Hide

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Lovely cosy social space
Kitchen area
Cosy double bedroom
Lovely light shower room
The Causey Arch picnic area is a few steps way
What better place to enjoy lunch!
Enjoy an alfresco morning coffee
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Location

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