Wharnley Burn Farm Consett
Wharnley Burn Farm, Castleside, Consett, DH8 9AY
Prices at Wharnley Burn Farm Consett from £30pppn Wharnley Burn is a 14th Century Farmhouse with beamed ceilings and low doorways, situated on the A68 on the border of County Durham and Northumberland. We are an ideal touring centre for Durham, Corbridge, Gateshead, Newcastle and Beamish Museum, we are also close to the C2C Cycle route. The area abounds in beautiful walks in the North Pennines, sailing, canoeing and bird watching on the Derwent Reservoir. We are a smallholding of about 15 acres with a cottage garden. 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. Wharnley Burn was once the home of a local Highwayman in the 17th Century by the name of Thomas Raw.
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