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LOVINGLY RESTORED GEORGIAN FARMHOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS
DERWENT VALLEY | TYNE & WEAR
The south-facing farm sits on an acre of land overlooking fields and forests with uninterrupted views to Gibside National Trust and the Column to Liberty.
It comprises of the 19th century family farmhouse where Deborah and her family live, converted farm buildings and railway carriages for self-catering guests.
Situated next to the family farmhouse is a three-bedroom converted Stable House, an adjacent open-plan Gardener's Cottage and two recently converted Railway Carriages reclaimed from the old Derwent Railway Line.
Beyond the farm gate there are endless miles of pathways through fields and woodland along the River Derwent which flows between the boundaries of County Durham and Northumberland to meet
the River Tyne. Further afield there are the cultural cities of Newcastle and Durham, a stunning coastline punctuated with historic castles on the way to Scotland. This beautiful location is the perfect base for you to enjoy your holiday.
“This was the perfect getaway. Perched on one side of the Derwent Valley, Lockhaugh Farm was an idyll. The converted train carriage was cosy, tucked away, quiet and fully catered for our and our dogs needs. The views were stunning, the walks plentiful and picturesque and we couldn't have asked for more. Made our 1-year wedding anniversary an unforgettable occasion.”
JOHN & JO (2023)
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