The Dale Manor

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The Dale Manor is set in the heart of Northumberland in the Allen Valleys, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Situated in the pretty, small town of Allendale, twice crowned ‘village of the year for England’. The Dale Manor is perfect for special occasions, celebrations and family get-togethers of all ages.

This large manor house boasts seven ensuite bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities and 32’’ free sat TVs, two of which are family rooms. There is also a fantastic attic spa with a super Jacuzzi-style hot tub and a sauna. There is also a west facing sunset roof terrace and the lower ground floor has a games cellar with music, darts and a football table ideal for children and adults alike. The ground floor is designed with open plan family life in mind with a huge industrial style wooden dining table seating up to 14 adults and 6 children, a modern open plan kitchen with access to the cellar and rear patio and an impressing gas and electric range cooker. The seating area features a cosy wood burning fire, large TV with music, movie and sports channels and sofa seating for all. There is wifi throughout the property.

The extensive garden is being landscaped from March – May 2019, but already has access to a patio and outdoor seating.

This characterful property is set in the very centre of the town close to all of the amenities Allendale has to offer and is perfect for sharing special times together with friends or loved ones. Ideal too for the many walkers and cyclists who love visiting this area with routes available from the door. This is a great location for exploring the North Pennines, Hadrian’s Wall, Hexham, Durham and the Lakes, or travel over to the north of Northumberland to sample the heritage coast with miles of unspoilt beaches for a magical day out. Allendale sits 10 miles south west of Hexham, a small market town with big supermarkets, weekly farmers market, an impressive cathedral, and country park.