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Wharnley Burn Farm, Consett, County Durham

Wharnley Burn Farm in Consett, County Durham, North East England
  Wharnley Burn is a 14th Century Farmhouse situated on the A68 in the beautiful Derwent valley, on the border of County Durham and Northumberland.

We are an ideal touring centre for historic Durham, Corbridge, Hexham, Gateshead, Newcastle and Beamish Musem, as well as travelling to and from Scotland.

For those wanting a more energetic holiday the area abounds in beautiful walks in the North Pennines, sailing, canoeing and bird watching on the Derwent Reservoir,and golfing at Slaley Hall, all are within easy reach. We are also close to the C2C cycle route.

We are a smallholding of about 15 acres with a cottage garden to relax in. We keep Ponies, Goats, Geese, Ducks and Chickens, as well as Cats and we breed Border Collie Dogs.

Our old farmhouse is 600 years old and is the oldest dwelling house in North West Durham. It has great charm and allows you to step back in time to the days of low beamed ceilings and very low doorways. However we do have many 21st Century comforts, including full central heating and wood burning stoves.

Wharnley Burn was once the home of a local Highwayman, by the name of Thomas Raw.


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Phone enquiries: 01207 508374 / 07846578709

Type of accommodation listed
B&B Listed as a B&B Hotel Guest house Listed as a Guest House Pub Hostel
Location of your accommodation
Address Wharnley Burn Farm
Wharnley Burn Farm
County Durham


Official rating
3 Stars
Accommodation experience
Experience: Relaxed
Good for a short break Ideal for a short break
Rooms description
We have en-suite facilities and tea / coffee making facilities in the bedrooms. There is a comfortable lounge.
Number of rooms 2

Singles Unknown Doubles Has double rooms Twins Has twin rooms Triples Unknown Family room Unknown
Ensuite Has en-suite rooms Seaviews Unknown 4 poster bed Unknown Air conditioning Unknown Telephone Unknown
TV Has TV in rooms DVD Unknown Bath Unknown Shower Has a shower Hairdyer Room has a hair dryer
Tea/coffee making Has tea and coffee making facilities Trouser press Unknown Fridge Unknown Internet Wifi Unknown Disabled access Unknown
Families and Pets
Families welcome Families welcome
Baby friendly Unknown Baby gates Unknown High chairs Unknown Cots Unknown Baby sitting Unknown
Pets Unknown                

Please note: tics mean Yes, crosses mean No or Unknown

Free parking Free parking Parking type Off road parking  
Garden Has a garden Terrace Unknown Bar Unknown Restaurant Unknown    
Indoor pool Unknown Outdoor pool Unknown Hot tub Unknown Jacuzzi Unknown    
Gym Unknown Spa Unknown Lift Unknown Room service Unknown    

Please note: tics mean Yes, crosses mean No or Unknown

Prices and Payment
Price for a single room start from £40. Price for a double room start from £60. Price for a twin room start from £60.

Late availability Unknown Late check in Unknown    
Special offers
Payment types Cash Pay in cash   Cheques Unknown   Credit card Unknown

Please note: tics mean Yes, crosses mean No or Unknown

Activities close by
Fishing Fishing close by Golf Golf close by Cycling Cycling close by Boating Has a gym Swimming Unknown
Horse riding Unknown Tennis Unknown Walking Easy walking access close by        
Beach Unknown Sea Unknown Pub Close to a publich house Shops Unknown Restaurant Unknown

Please note: tics mean Yes, crosses mean No or Unknown

Airport Newcastle
Airport shuttle available Unknown
Train station Durham
National park Northumberland Coast
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Wharnley Burn Farm in Consett, County Durham, North East England
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