Brock Scar Cottage

Two bedroom child friendly holiday cottage on a farm in Teasdale, ideal for stargazing holidays

Brock Scar Cottage

Full Description

Brock Scar Cottage is a self-catering property for up to four guests, and stands in its own grounds. Situated by Grassholme Reservoir in the beautiful unspoiled world of Teesdale and County Durham.
For such a peaceful area there is so much to do during your holidays and vacations here, such as fishing, cycling, walking, horse riding, canoeing, sailing, bird-watching or studying the wonderful flora, including blue gentians, primroses and bluebells in the spring.
Situated on Wyn and Ian Gargate’s 17 acre farmland and maintained to a very high standard, stone-built Brock Scar Cottage is converted from what was originally a farmworker’s cottage, byre and hayloft.
The cottage is totally self-contained to guarantee absolute privacy, but Wyn and Ian live nearby and are always close at hand if you need advice on where to go, what to do, or what to eat.
Ideal for groups and families, this non-smoking cottage has been restored to a comfortable standard and sleeps four people.
two bedrooms: one double with original cast iron fireplace and one twin room, each having wash hand basin and vanity units
sitting room with beamed ceiling and stone feature fireplace with electric fire
very well equipped dining kitchen room
utility room
bathroom with 3-piece suite
electric shower on ground floor
entrance vestibule
The Area
Mickleton has two village public houses. There are a variety of shops in Middleton in Teesdale, including a Co-op, many of which are open seven days a week during the holiday season.
Groceries can be purchased in readiness for your arrival by prior arrangement.
The cottage is approximately 2 miles from Mickleton, 5 miles from Middleton in Teesdale, 11 miles from Barnard Castle and approx. 1 hour from Durham City, York, Beamish Museum, the Lake District and Hadrian’s Wall.
For more information on the cottage, along with pricing and availability, please visit our website.

Telephone Number

01833 640495




not allowed


Within a short walk

Secure Cycle Storage



Within a 10 minute drive

Scenic Walks

Direct from the door

Historical Connection

The letters 'R.R.' and a date of 1853 are carved above the main door. Ian thinks that this probably refers to a previous renovation project - ie.'Re-Renovated' - so the cottage could be far older than the date initially suggests. It is rather nice to think of an earlier young couple moving in with exciting plans for the future of their newly acquired cottage!