A warm welcome and delicious Aga cooked breakfasts await guests at Wharnley Burn Farm Bed & Breakfast near Consett, a charming 14th Century farmhouse situated on the A68 near Castleside in the beautiful Derwent Valley. Nesting on the border of County Durham and Northumberland, we're perfectly placed for exploring the historic city of Durham, Roman town Corbridge, market town Hexham and Newcastle/ Gateshead city centre. The beautiful North Pennines AONB and the Weardale area of the Durham Dales offering a wealth of walks and outdoor activities are right on our doorstep. Bird watching, fishing, the C2C cycle route, the Beamish Open Air Museum and sailing at Derwent Reservoir are all within easy reach.
Set within 15 acres and featuring a pretty cottage garden, our 600 year old farmhouse B&B offers two guest rooms, a double and a twin, with en-suite and private bathroom facilities. For a small additional fee we'll gladly add an extra single bed to the double room making it perfect for families. Facilities include a plentiful supply of tea and coffee making facilities and colour televisions. Guests have access to their own lounge and hearty Aga cooked Full English breakfasts are included in your stay.
Our old farmhouse is brimming with charm and character, allowing you to step back in time to the days of low-beamed ceilings, panelled walls, log fires and very low doorways. The B&B benefits from both central heating and wood burning stoves.
There is a history attached to the house dating back to the 16th Century when highwaymen and cattle rustlers roamed our roads. We keep ponies, goats, geese, ducks, chickens, cats and dogs on our 15 acre small holding. A warm welcome is assured in a peaceful and relaxing old farmhouse with a country cottage garden.