Holiday home in the North East
The Byron Bay
With unbeatable sea views, striking architecture, and stylish interiors, The Byron Bay is the ideal choice for a second home on the Durham Heritage Coast.
Inside you'll find a spacious open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining room, complete with glass bi-folding doors that flood the space with natural daylight. There are two bedrooms, both ensuite, meaning there is plenty of space for friends and family. And with a large patio area, and a utility room for storing boots and coats, you can truly embrace the beauty of the surrounding countryside during your stay.
Natural hues and sea views
990sq.ft of living space and 220sq.ft of outside garden patio
Internal doors made from lacquered shaker oak with heritage brass nickel door handles
Entertainment system including Samsung TVs and Sonos sound system
Silent Gliss blinds and Wave curtains
Tilt and slide patio doors across the front
Zehnder feature radiators
Alexander & James sofas
Bosch kitchen appliances
Keuco mirror cabinets
Lakes Italia Baretta shower
Porcelanosa tiles with electric underfloor heating
Carron Urban Edge Shower Bath with Vado taps and valves
Egyptian cotton bed linen and towels
T&Cs: Each property is subject to a 50-year lease and cannot be used as a residential home. An annual maintenance fee of £9,750 applies and electricity costs are billed quarterly. You will also need to take out home insurance on your residence.
A look inside
An idyllic setting
Research conducted by Schofields showed that 19% of all holidays in 2019 were in self-catering accommodations such as holiday cottages.
According to YouGov, 30% of 25-49-year-olds say they would consider swapping a holiday abroad for one in the UK to reduce the impact of travel on the environment.
Research by Visit Britain showed that inbound tourism grew by 1.7% in 2019 with spending increasing by 9.1% to £25.0bn. Forecasts for 2020 predict visitor growth of 2.9% and spend by 6.6%.