Friday 11 December 2020

Tithe Barn Cottages, Easington Village, Durham (Sleeps 1-4)

Tithe Barn Cottages are a collection of 3 beautifully appointed self catering holiday homes nestled at Easington Village in Durham. The 13th Century building has been lovingly restored in a truly sympathetic way which has ensured that the buildings many original features have been preserved and in some cases enhanced.

A great deal of love, work and passion has been invested to produce a truly outstanding group of cottages. From the Farmhouse with its exposed oak beams, which have been carbon-dated back to the time of King Henry VIII, to the Hayloft with its open-plan layout and remains of a Saxon window on its east gable or the ground floor Byre with its ancient door there are wonderful original features to be enjoyed.

The accommodation is located in East Durham approximately 3 miles from the coast. The National Trust coastal path, which runs the length of Durham's coastline and includes Seaham, renowned for its world-famous sea glass. It should be noted that the beach at Easington is also an excellent place to collect sea glass. Local sea glass lovers have been known to call it the secret beach. On a clear day from the top of the village green, you can see along the coast to almost Whitby in North Yorkshire. 

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