First floor self catering Northumbrian holiday accommodation in a converted coachman's quarters within a beautiful Grade II listed pele tower and house c 1380.

This Northumbrian building was originally a medieval defensive tower (pele), with adjoining tithe barn and house, and was gifted to the church, used as a vicarage and subsequently sold and bought by the present owners over 25 years. ago.

 

The holiday accommodation is reached by stairs.It consists of two bedrooms (one double and one twin). Open plan lounge, dining, kitchen.  Features old wooden beams, wood floor and stone walls.  Electric log fire effect stove. Gas hob, combination microwave oven, small fridge. Comfortable leather sofas. Digital DVD/freeview television. Bathroom (limited head height) - bath with over head electric shower, electric shaver point. Double glazing. Central heating/electricity included. Cosy in winter.

 

Guests have the full use of the owners' stunning walled garden - with outdoor furniture. Off road parking. Bikes can be stored in the owners' garage.

 

Swimming available at a private health club just one minute's walk - swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and heat beds at an extra charge by arrangement with Pam.

 

        Pele House (The Old Vicarage)  - whole frontage

       

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