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Brand new for Autumn 2023, Spring Cottage is a beautifully designed two-bedroom holiday home. Boasting stunning interiors and everything you could need for a self-catering break, the home is the perfect retreat for couples, families and small groups of friends. Located in the village of West Rainton, you’ll find a local pub and restaurant just a short walk away.
Split across two floors, Spring Cottage has a spacious living room, a fully equipped kitchen-diner, two bedrooms, a downstairs WC and a family bathroom.
Featuring a flat screen TV, a comfy sofa and a stylish chair in the corner, the living area is homely and welcoming. The ideal place to relax after a busy day in County Durham, you can cosy up with your loved ones here.
Fully equipped, the kitchen has modern appliances and cookware so you can really make the most of your self-catering stay. Sharing this space is the dining area which includes a large breakfast bar style dining table and four leather chairs.
Head outside from the kitchen and you’ll find a block-paved patio area with shrubbery, creating a pleasant environment to enjoy a morning cuppa or simply just some fresh air.
You’ll also find a WC on the ground floor for that extra added convenience.
Take the stairs up to the first floor and you’ll find the bedrooms. The first bedroom has a comfortable king size bed and the second is a double. Plush bedding and premium bed linens are used to ensure you have a great night’s sleep.
Ultra-modern and clean, the family bathroom benefits from a walk-in shower and WC, along with a his and her basins.
Host & Stay are committed to our owners that their homes are protected during bookings. For this reason, we require all of our guests to transfer a £250.00 Damage Deposit (subject to a £10.00 administration charge) or, to purchase an Accidental Damage Waiver for £25.00 which will cover you for up to £500.00 of accidental damage during your stay.
West Rainton is a picturesque village nestled in County Durham. Steeped in history, this charming village combines the tranquillity of rural life with the convenience of modern amenities. The village, with its origins dating back centuries, boasts a rich architectural tapestry that includes traditional cottages and an all-round quaint feeling.
One of the notable landmarks is St. Mary's Church, a centuries-old structure that stands as a testament to the village's enduring legacy. The church's architecture reflects the various periods of its existence, offering a glimpse into the evolution of West Rainton over time.
The surrounding landscape is a mix of rolling green fields and meandering streams, providing a serene backdrop for residents and visitors alike.
Despite its tranquil setting, West Rainton is well-connected to larger towns and cities in the region including Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland and Durham. This accessibility allows residents to enjoy the best of both worlds— the peace and quiet of village life and the amenities and opportunities offered by nearby urban centres.
The closest train station to West Rainton can be found in Sunderland, a short drive away from the village. Sunderland has great train links with direct routes to Newcastle, Middlesbrough, York and London Kings Cross.
You’ll find one bus stop in West Rainton with routes to Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland and Durham.
The closest airports are Teesside International and Newcastle Internation, both of which are roughly 25 miles away from West Rainton.
Guests have access to the full property. The keys are accessed via a secure key safe box, and full details will be provided prior to your arrival.
Free on-street parking is available around West Rainton on a first come, first served basis. No permit is required.
The location of the house is not as stated on the map. We took over 1 hour to find the house even having spoken to the team, we arrived late in the evening and was dark. On the map stated the house is in the first block 1-5 south Street and across from the nursing home. This was also re-told when we spoke to one of the members of staff on the phone.
THIS WAS NOT the case. the house was further down the road between no 32/34, 100 yards from the Italian restaurant. We had to stay the 1st evening not in the house and re-located to the travel lodge in durham. The team at host and stay had to find the correct location from the housekeeping team and inform us the following day.
This has incurred further costs for us. So we hope that you will compensate us for the issue which was caused by incorrect details on your page.
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