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Scargill Castle nestles in beautiful Teesdale, close to the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks. Built in 1560, it has recently been restored into a delightful retreat for two, combining historic character with modern comfort.

Overview

Property

Updated: 04-Dec-2016
Scargill Castle - a marketing that sleeps 2 guests in 1 bedroom

Scargill Castle nestles in the beautiful Teesdale landscape close to the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District National Park and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Built in 1560 on the site of an earlier medieval castle, it has recently been restored from a crumbling ruin into a delightful retreat for two, combining historic character with all the cosiness and comfort of the 21st century. Private parking leads through a gate into your own sheltered courtyard gardens, created from the old Tudor manor house.

From the garden the arched entrance hall leads into a dining hall with long oak table; take a moment to admire the ornate roof beams carved from oak trees felled over 400 years ago! From here you can wander into the sunny kitchen which overlooks the Tudor gardens.

The stone spiral stairs lead up to the living room with oak floors and a wood burning stove set within a Tudor fireplace. Two deep set windows pierce the ancient thick walls and overlook the Tudor courtyard gardens to the east and the rolling landscape of Teesdale to the west. Further up the spiral staircase is the romantic bedroom with double bed on an oak floor adorned with Persian rugs. The rich colours reflect the Tudor love of golds, reds and rich greens which are highlighted with mood lighting enhancing the exposed timber beams above. Windows to east and west provide views of the walled garden and the high moors beyond.

This holiday at a glance

Sleeps two guests. One bedroom and one bathroom. Wood burning stove. Enclosed, courtyard gardens. Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome at the property. The property is situated on the edge of a working farm so dogs must be kept under control and care taken when outside the castle grounds. Two designated parking spaces are available. Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional features

Ideal for a Romantic Retreat. Roll top bath. Window seat. The historic building means that surfaces can be uneven and rooms are spread over 3 floors with the bedroom on the top floor and the bathroom on the ground floor. Original exposed, roof beams. Garden furniture, barbeque and herb and vegetable garden. For an extra special treat why not get local cook Rachel Markham to make you a Tudor meal at Scargill? Click here for details. Stone floors to ground floor with underfloor heating, central heating, solid oak floors to first and second floors,antique furniture. Digital TV, DVD player, iPod Dock. Microwave, fridge/freezer/ dishwasher, electric cooker. Laundry room in external byre with washing machine and tumble dryer.

Attractions and nearby amenities

Among many of the excellent places to eat and drink is The Morritt Arms at Greta Bridge, an 18th and 19th century coaching inn, but the quirkiest and a ‘must visit' is the Milbank Arms in Barningham, one of only eleven pubs in England which still have no bar! Barnard Castle has a number of eating places - why not try Blagraves on The Bank, once a stopping off point for Oliver Cromwell? Further afield, the picturesque village of Romaldkirk has the Rose and Crown for delicious lunches and evening meals or just enjoy a drink in front of the roaring fire. Scargill is very rural with beautiful walks from the front door, many linking with the Pennine Way. Maps will be provided so that you can find your own route. Teesdale's landscape was painted by J.M.W. Turner, Thomas Girton, John Sell Cotman and Thomas Herne and it inspired the poetry of Sir Walter Scott and the less appreciated poetry of local man Richard Watson. You are also within a short drive of the Yorkshire Dales, The Lake District and the North Pennines where amazing walks abound.To find out more about Scargill Castle and perhaps enhance your stay with a unique Tudor dining experience, please click here.

More Details

Details for holiday cottage Scargill Castle, 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2, 1 Bathroom

Scargill Castle nestles in the beautiful Teesdale landscape close to the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District National Park and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Built in 1560 on the site of an earlier medieval castle, it has recently been restored from a crumbling ruin into a delightful retreat for two, combining historic character with all the cosiness and comfort of the 21st century. Private parking leads through a gate into your own sheltered courtyard gardens, created from the old Tudor manor house.

From the garden the arched entrance hall leads into a dining hall with long oak table; take a moment to admire the ornate roof beams carved from oak trees felled over 400 years ago! From here you can wander into the sunny kitchen which overlooks the Tudor gardens.

The stone spiral stairs lead up to the living room with oak floors and a wood burning stove set within a Tudor fireplace. Two deep set windows pierce the ancient thick walls and overlook the Tudor courtyard gardens to the east and the rolling landscape of Teesdale to the west. Further up the spiral staircase is the romantic bedroom with double bed on an oak floor adorned with Persian rugs. The rich colours reflect the Tudor love of golds, reds and rich greens which are highlighted with mood lighting enhancing the exposed timber beams above. Windows to east and west provide views of the walled garden and the high moors beyond.

This holiday at a glance

Sleeps two guests. One bedroom and one bathroom. Wood burning stove. Enclosed, courtyard gardens. Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome at the property. The property is situated on the edge of a working farm so dogs must be kept under control and care taken when outside the castle grounds. Two designated parking spaces are available. Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional features

Ideal for a Romantic Retreat. Roll top bath. Window seat. The historic building means that surfaces can be uneven and rooms are spread over 3 floors with the bedroom on the top floor and the bathroom on the ground floor. Original exposed, roof beams. Garden furniture, barbeque and herb and vegetable garden. For an extra special treat why not get local cook Rachel Markham to make you a Tudor meal at Scargill? Click here for details. Stone floors to ground floor with underfloor heating, central heating, solid oak floors to first and second floors,antique furniture. Digital TV, DVD player, iPod Dock. Microwave, fridge/freezer/ dishwasher, electric cooker. Laundry room in external byre with washing machine and tumble dryer.

Attractions and nearby amenities

Among many of the excellent places to eat and drink is The Morritt Arms at Greta Bridge, an 18th and 19th century coaching inn, but the quirkiest and a ‘must visit' is the Milbank Arms in Barningham, one of only eleven pubs in England which still have no bar! Barnard Castle has a number of eating places - why not try Blagraves on The Bank, once a stopping off point for Oliver Cromwell? Further afield, the picturesque village of Romaldkirk has the Rose and Crown for delicious lunches and evening meals or just enjoy a drink in front of the roaring fire. Scargill is very rural with beautiful walks from the front door, many linking with the Pennine Way. Maps will be provided so that you can find your own route. Teesdale's landscape was painted by J.M.W. Turner, Thomas Girton, John Sell Cotman and Thomas Herne and it inspired the poetry of Sir Walter Scott and the less appreciated poetry of local man Richard Watson. You are also within a short drive of the Yorkshire Dales, The Lake District and the North Pennines where amazing walks abound.To find out more about Scargill Castle and perhaps enhance your stay with a unique Tudor dining experience, please click here.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Pets considered

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We've had a lovely, relaxing stay here. What you have achieved is really impressive and I have enjoyed looking through the articles and photos to see how the place has changed. We came here to relax in front of the fire with a book - well kindle and we've done just that, with the occasional walk out with our dog. He was very happy with his treats - thank you, and we were very happy with ours too - it really made our stay extra special. Hope we can come back again soon.
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Fantastic homely and extraordinary

  • 5 of 5

Very special for an Australian couple to experience something so unique! The facility has first class finishings and the surrounds in Yorkshire were profound for us who both have a rural background when growing up.

  • Review Submitted: May 18, 2014
  • Date of Stay: May 2014
  • Source: HomeAway
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Rental rates

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Rental Period Nightly Weekend Night Weekend Weekly Monthly Event Price
 
29 Oct 2016 - 22 Dec 2016
3 night minimum stay
£391
£673
 
 
23 Dec 2016 - 2 Jan 2017
3 night minimum stay
£520
£926
 
 
3 Jan 2017 - 2 Mar 2017
3 night minimum stay
£391
£673
 
 
3 Mar 2017 - 12 Apr 2017
3 night minimum stay
£476
£818
 
 
13 Apr 2017 - 30 Apr 2017
3 night minimum stay
£536
£954
 
 
1 May 2017 - 25 May 2017
3 night minimum stay
£476
£818
 
 
26 May 2017 - 1 Jun 2017
3 night minimum stay
£536
£954
 
 
2 Jun 2017 - 6 Jul 2017
3 night minimum stay
£476
£818
 
 
7 Jul 2017 - 8 Sep 2017
3 night minimum stay
£536
£954
 
 
9 Sep 2017 - 19 Oct 2017
3 night minimum stay
£476
£818
 
 
20 Oct 2017 - 27 Oct 2017
3 night minimum stay
£510
£894
 
 
28 Oct 2017 - 21 Dec 2017
3 night minimum stay
£395
£680
 
 
22 Dec 2017 - 31 Dec 2017
3 night minimum stay
£525
£935
 
 
1 Jan 2018 - 2 Jan 2018
4 night minimum stay
£525
£935
 
 
3 Jan 2018 - 3 Mar 2018
3 night minimum stay
£395
£679
 
 
4 Mar 2018 - 28 Mar 2018
3 night minimum stay
£480
£826
 
 
29 Mar 2018 - 4 Apr 2018
3 night minimum stay
£542
£964
 
 
5 Apr 2018 - 3 May 2018
3 night minimum stay
£480
£826
 
 
4 May 2018 - 7 May 2018
3 night minimum stay
£542
£964
 
 
8 May 2018 - 23 May 2018
3 night minimum stay
£480
£826
 
 
24 May 2018 - 28 May 2018
3 night minimum stay
£542
£964
 
 
29 May 2018 - 12 Jul 2018
3 night minimum stay
£480
£826
 
 
13 Jul 2018 - 30 Aug 2018
3 night minimum stay
£542
£964
 
 
31 Aug 2018 - 18 Oct 2018
3 night minimum stay
£480
£826
 
 
19 Oct 2018 - 28 Oct 2018
3 night minimum stay
£515
£903
 
 
29 Oct 2018 - 19 Dec 2018
3 night minimum stay
£399
£687
 
 
20 Dec 2018 - 31 Dec 2018
3 night minimum stay
£531
£945
 
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Facilities

Property Type

  • cottage

Theme

  • Historic
  • Romantic

Suitability

  • pets considered

Floor Area

  • 0 m²

Bathrooms

  • Bathroom #1

Bedrooms

  • 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2
  • Bedroom #1

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Notes:

  • Scargill Castle nestles in beautiful Teesdale, close to the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks. Built in 1560, it has recently been restored into a delightful retreat for two, combining historic character with modern comfort.

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