Glanton, Northumberland, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Glanton

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The SpaceCoquet View at Westcliffe House is a luxury 4 star first floor apartment sleeping upto four people in two stylish and comfortable bedrooms. Accessed from the rear of Westcliffe House, Coquet View has allocated off street parking and a private patio with flower pots, table and chairs to seat four people. When you walk through the door you'll be amazed by the feeling of space and the simply stunning views of the Coquet Valley through every window. Through the entrance hall there is a stylish glass dining table which seats up to six people. A wide hallway runs throughout the apartment with double doors leading to the Living Room to the left and the Kitchen to the right. The Living Room has French doors leading out onto a balcony overlooking the grounds and the glorious Northumberland countryside beyond. It's South facing so you get the sun streaming into this light and airy apartment almost all day. You probably won't need a TV with those stunning vistas to admire, but you have a 32" TV with Sky Freeview and a DVD player should you wish to use them. Comfortable sofas, coffee table, bookshelves, standard lamps and ornaments finish off this stylish living room perfectly. The large, modern Kitchen offers granite worktops, oven/hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and seperate freezer, a family sized dishwasher, a washer/dryer and all the pots, pans and utensils you could possibly need in a self catering holiday home. At the end of the spacious hallway there is another comfortable leather sofa between the two bedrooms and the family bathroom. The twin bedroom is adjacent to the bathroom which has top of the range Villeroy and Boch fixtures and fittings, a shower over bath and a tiled floor. The Master Bedroom has a king-sized bed, large wardrobe and chest of drawers for storage and most importantly those views! French doors open up the room to the balcony and green countryside below you, perfect for that romantic getaway! The Master also has a full En Suite with Villeroy and Boch fixtures and fittings and shower over bath. All our guests are welcome to enjoy the beautiful Grounds at Westcliffe House during their stay. The NeighborhoodWestcliffe House is located to the Western end of the Village of Rothbury in a small, exclusive area known as Pondicherry. It's just a ten minute walk along the valley road (with stunning views of Coquetdale!) to the Village and all the amenities it has to offer. Rothbury is known locally as the Capital of Coquetdale and offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth, 15 miles from the coast and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it makes the perfect base from which to explore all that Northumberland has to offer. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous local attraction, just a mile or so up the road. This wonderful National Trust property was the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity, the revolutionary home of Lord Armstrong (Victorian inventor and landscape genius) was a wonder of it's age. Built on a rocky crag high above the Debdon Burn, Cragside is crammed with ingenious gadgets and surrounded on all sides by one of the largest rock gardens in Europe. Other attractions within easy reach are Alnwick Castle (Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films), the fantastic Alnwick Garden, Warkworth Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle, Chillingham Castle, Bamburgh Castle, Lindisfarne Castle... more Castle's than you can shake a stick at!
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The SpaceIngram is a quiet farming community. Ingram House used to be the farmhouse - the original part of the house was built in 1720. It is now our family home. Guest AccessOur twin room is upstairs with its own ensuite bathroom. Guests eat in our family kitchen/dining room. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to advise guests on where to eat and what to see during their stay. Getting AroundThere is no public transport in Ingram. The nearest railway station is Alnmouth and the nearest airport, Newcastle. We are happy to arrange transport if necessary.
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    The SpaceA fully refurbished double bedroom to let in a spacious 3 bed flat with off street parking available. Looking for a friendly, clean, tidy non smoking vegetarian COUPLE or Professional. The flat is very clean and tidy situated a seven-minute walks to Rothbury Station, fully furnished close to all amenities shops, restaurants etc. Free wireless internet access, kitchen equipped with all the appliances, fridge, wash machine, microwave ECT...bathroom with separate toilet.
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    The SpacePoppies at Westcliffe has and allocated parking spot (with plenty more availble in our car park) and a patio seating area with table and chairs. Through the tiled entrance porch (perfect for those muddy walking boots or towelling off the dog!) there is a large central hallway with access to all the other rooms. All the accommodation in Poppies is on one level with only a few steps outside before entering the property. Straight ahead of you is the large open plan Living & Dining Room, with French doors leading out onto a small patio. You have everything you need entertainment wise with a 32" LCD TV with Sky Freeview, a DVD player and games should you wish to use them. Comfortable sofas, standard lamps and ornaments finish off this stylish living room perfectly. Being open plan, Poppies is ideal for couples and young families with a dining table that comfortably seats four people. The modern Kitchen offers granite worktops, oven/hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and seperate freezer, a family sized dishwasher, a washer/dryer and all the pots, pans and utensils you could possibly need in a self catering holiday home. The Master Bedroom has a double bed, large wardrobe and chest of drawers for storage. The second bedroom is a twin room with pleasant views, adult size bunk beds, bedside table and wardrobe. The Family Bathroom leads from the main hallway and has the same quality fixtures and fittings, bath with shower over, hand basin and toilet. All our guests are welcome to enjoy the beautiful Grounds at Westcliffe House during their stay The NeighborhoodKnown locally as the Capital of Coquetdale, the traditional Northumbrian Village of Rothbury is built on a hilllside in the sandstone Simonside Hills. It offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth, 16 miles from unspoilt beaches and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it has been a local centre since the 13th century and at various times had a castle, a market and magistrate's court. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous attraction in the area. Rothbury serves as a hub for the outlying Villages and as such has a good choice of places to eat and drink. You might be surprised to hear that in such a small place not only are there a number of pubs and cafes, but there is also an Italian restaurant, an Indian restaurant, Chinese takeaway and chip shop! The numerous cafes are extremely popular with the walkers and cyclists. Rothbury has an award-winning selection of local, independent shops in which you can buy practically anything from meat to shoes and wine. We have highlighted the best in independent retailers including crafts and gifts, food shops, supermarkets and clothing. There are also a number of art and crafts galleries that celebrate and sell original and local crafts. Getting AroundPoppies offers an allocated parking spot outside the property and plenty extra parking in our car park, should you need it.
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    The SpaceCallaly Cottage Retreat is beautifully nestled in stunning idyllic north Northumberland countryside. A warm welcome awaits you in our country house 4 star country house B&B, and an opportunity to indulge yourselves and fully unwind with a range of rejuvenating massage therapies for a totally relaxing stay. Massage available Monday-Friday 10-3pm. We are close to Rothbury and the National Park and Alnwick and the Heritage Coast with it's many castles and deserted beaches... See our reviews on Tripadvisor. We also offer Packed Lunches @ £5 pp. Please note that we do not accommodate children or pets. Please arrive around 5pm on weekdays. Saturday arrival 12 noon please. Room 1 is very large and southwest facing, catching all the afternoon sun. It is beautifully decorated in soft lichen with stripped pine and overlooks our pretty front garden. In spring the windows are framed with the pink blossom of Clematis Montana, full of bird song. A Superking size bed and two armchairs make a very comfortable room. The en suite bathroom is charming with sunken bath and shower over, soft fluffy towels and lots of candles... Views are outstanding across open countryside, Callaly Crags and heather clad moorland with a wealth of bird and wildlife including our latest edition of Welsh hill ponies! A well stocked hospitality tray offers all kinds of teas and coffees, fresh milk and biscuits. We even have our own private supply of fabulous spring water. There is a radio and a DVD player with a large selection of films and comedy series for you to choose from. We have chosen not to connect to terrestrial TV to maintain the peacefulness our guests come here to enjoy. Your sunny dining lounge has everything you need, books, games, comfy sofas and lots of tourist information including walking and cycling guides - the perfect place to relax with friends. There is a small fridge for your use, and you may also bring your picnic supper and eat at the table - we supply crockery & cutlery. The garden is a sensory delight with Jasmine, lavender and a beautiful collection of David Austin English Roses which we cut for the house so you may enjoy their exquisite beauty and fragrance up close. In spring our Daffodils, Cherry and Apple blossom are a joy! If you plan to spend your days walking and exploring we have a great range of books and maps for you to use. There are many good places to eat, drink and browse a short 15-20 minute drive away. Our therapy room is a quiet, contemplative, warm healing space with soft music and candles. This is your time to relax, unwind and enjoy a range of therapies... Massage available Monday - Friday 10-3pm. A perfect rural retreat for those seeking the restfulness and tranquility of the Northumbrian countryside and beautiful nature... Room 2 is a separate listing and has a kingsize and a single bed so can also be used as a twin room. The ensuite is huge with bath and shower. “Beauty, welcome and peace” "This is a special place...somewhere for the body, mind and soul. Lyn has a gift of genuine hospitality. That is rare" Recommended by Country Living and Sunday Times Travel magazines for a touch of rustic style and luxury! Guest AccessCallaly Cottage Retreat offers accommodation in 2 rooms on a B&B basis. You are welcome to come and go as you please and have your own door key. You have full access to your room, the guest dining lounge and the garden. I can do a load of washing for you, and if you get caught out in rain - dry off your togs in our drying room. Please bring your slippers or soft soled shoes to wear in the house during your stay. Thank you Interaction with GuestsWe live in the house, and I will be here to greet you, cook your delicious breakfasts and offer advice to help you plan your days. Massages are offered by myself during the week days and I can help with any advice you may need regarding treatments. Calum always brings the papers home on a Sunday too! The NeighborhoodAs soon as you enter the Callaly Estate through an avenue of Beech trees you will be captivated by it's charm and beauty - there are only a few houses in this tiny hamlet surrounded by native woodland and heather moorland steeped in natural history. This is peace and tranquility at it's best. Sitting in the garden watching the birds feeding and listening to their song you may feel like you have fallen off the edge of the world... Treat yourself to a rejuvenating massage to complete your relaxation. Getting AroundThere is no public transport at Callaly so guests do need a car. We have ample private off road parking. The nearest airport in Newcastle 35 miles. Bring you bicycle and walking boots and enjoy fabulous, routes both on and off very quiet B roads. Other Things to NoteMassage Therapies Monday-Friday 10-3pm. Aromatherapy - Thai Yoga Massage - Reiki - Indian Head I have been a Massage Therapist for over 15 yrs and can also advise on other aspects of natural health including nutrition and exercise.
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    The SpaceCallaly Cottage Retreat is beautifully nestled in stunning idyllic north Northumberland countryside. A warm welcome awaits you in our 4 star country house B&B, and an opportunity to indulge yourselves and fully unwind with a range of rejuvenating massage therapies for a totally relaxing stay. Massage available Monday-Friday 10-3pm. We are close to Rothbury and the National Park and Alnwick and the Heritage Coast with it's many castles and deserted beaches... See our reviews on Tripadvisor. We also offer Packed Lunches @ £5 pp. Please note that we do not accommodate children or pets. Please arrive around 5pm on weekdays. Saturday arrival 12 noon please. Room 2 is large and northeast facing, catching all the morning sun. It overlooks our flower filled yard with Callaly crags and Castle hill beyond. It has a kingsize and a single bed, so can be used as a double or twin room. The beds are dressed with fine Egyptian cotton, down and feather duvets and electric blankets in the cooler months. The single has large cushions and makes a very comfortable sofa in the day. The well stocked hospitality tray offers all kinds of teas and coffees, fresh milk and biscuits. We even have our own private supply of fabulous spring water! There is a radio and a DVD player with a large selection of films and comedy series for you to choose from. We have chosen not to connect to terrestrial TV to maintain the peacefulness our guests come here to enjoy. The en suite bathroom is huge! The beautiful large basin has drawers below with plenty of storage, an Indian wool rug compliments the painted floor, and the lovely deep bath is double-ended for romantic bathing... It also has a shower over. I have made a bespoke range of organic aromatherapy bath products for you to enjoy. The room has a radio and a DVD player with a large selection of films and comedy series for you to choose from. We have chosen not to connect to terrestrial TV to maintain the peacefulness our guests come here to enjoy. Your sunny dining lounge has everything you need, books, games, comfy sofas and lots of tourist information including walking and cycling guides - the perfect place to relax with friends. There is a small fridge for your use, and you may also bring your picnic supper and eat at the table - we supply crockery & cutlery. The garden is a sensory delight with Jasmine, lavender and a beautiful collection of David Austin English Roses which we cut for the house so you may enjoy their exquisite beauty and fragrance up close. In spring our Daffodils, Cherry and Apple blossom are a joy! If you plan to spend your days walking and exploring we have a great range of books and maps for you to use. You may want a simple packed lunch @ £5 per head, we can lend a daysack if you need one and we supply the flasks! There are many good places to eat, drink and browse a short 15-20 minute drive away. Our therapy room is a quiet, contemplative, warm healing space with soft music and candles. This is your time to relax, unwind and enjoy a range of therapies... Massage available Monday - Friday 10-3pm. A perfect rural retreat for those seeking the restfulness and tranquility of the Northumbrian countryside and beautiful nature... Room 1 is a separate listing and has a superking size bed and beautiful ensuite with bath and shower. “Beauty, welcome and peace” "This is a special place...somewhere for the body, mind and soul. Lyn has a gift of genuine hospitality. That is rare" Recommended by Country Living and Sunday Times Travel magazines for a touch of rustic style and luxury! Guest AccessCallaly Cottage Retreat offers accommodation in 2 rooms on a B&B basis. You are welcome to come and go as you please and have your own door key. You have full access to your room, the guest dining lounge and the garden. The rest of the house is private. I can do a load of washing for you, and if you get caught out in rain - dry off your togs in our drying room. Please bring your slippers or soft soled shoes to wear in the house during your stay. Thank you Interaction with GuestsWe live in the house, and I will be here to greet you, cook your delicious breakfasts and offer advice to help you plan your days. Massages are offered by myself during the week days and I can help with any advice you may need regarding treatments. Calum always brings the papers home on a Sunday too! The NeighborhoodAs soon as you enter the Callaly Estate through an avenue of Beech trees you will be captivated by it's charm and beauty - there are only a few houses in this tiny hamlet surrounded by native woodland and heather moorland steeped in natural history. This is peace and tranquility at it's best. Sitting in the garden watching the birds feeding and listening to their song you may feel like you have fallen off the edge of the world... Treat yourself to a rejuvenating massage to complete your relaxation. Getting AroundThere is no public transport at Callaly so guests do need a car. We have ample private off road parking. The nearest airport in Newcastle 35 miles. Bring you bicycle and walking boots and enjoy fabulous, routes both on and off very quiet B roads. Other Things to NoteMassage Therapies Monday-Friday 10-3pm Aromatherapy - Thai Yoga Massage - Reiki - Indian Head I have been a Massage Therapist for over 15 yrs and can also advise on other aspects of natural health including nutrition and exercise.
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    The SpaceOur situation in the Nothumberland National Park and Gold Tier Dark Sky Park makes us an ideal place to come if you enjoy walking or star gazing. We are on the Sandstone Way and offer a good stopping point for weary cyclists and walkers. Guest AccessOur guest rooms are in a wing of the house so slightly separate from the family quarters. Breakfast is served in the large family kitchen/dining room. All other rooms are private Interaction with GuestsOur guests are coming into our family home. We hope to make guests feel comfortable and we are always here to help. We offer dinner if required - given notice - and guests can with eat with us or on their own. We can advise on places to visit and places to eat. Our summerhouse is set up as a comfortable shelter for star gazers - the best night skies can be seen, and if requested, we can arrange for an expert to help you understand what you can see in the night sky. The NeighborhoodIf you love the countryside, the hills and the coast then this is the place to visit. It is very quiet here, no street lights and very little traffic. Sheep and cows are in the fields. There is plenty of history - Iron Age and Stone Age settlements are all within walking distance. Castles are within driving distance - Alnwick, Bamburgh, Warkworth, Chillingham, and with the famous Chillingham cattle. The site of the Battle of Flodden is nearby. Getting AroundThere is no public transport in Ingram. The nearest train station is Alnmouth and the nearest airport is Newcastle. We are more than happy to collect guests from both for an arranged fee. There is plenty of room for car parking in our drive and secure storage for bicycles. Walkers are welcome too - drying space is available for wet clothes. Other Things to NoteWe have plenty of drying space and secure storage for bikes.
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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      The SpaceAccessible from 2 major cities but right in the country with hill and coastal walks and castles in abundance. Northumberland and Scottish coasts 10-15 miles away are ideal for walks, birdwatching sailing etc. Guest Accessgarden and off road parking, maps and guidebooks, Interaction with GuestsAn agent will welcome and supply information, and any emergency questions/help. The NeighborhoodI love the quiet, but also the friendliness of the neighbours. You can walk for hours in the hills without meeting anyone, but you can be in Newcastle in less than an hour, or Edinburgh in 1 1/4 hours. This is one of the most underpopulated areas in the country. Getting AroundThere is a bus every hour to Berwick-upon-Tweed, which takes 40-50 minutes, and likewise to the market town of Alnwick. Berwick is on the East Coast line between Edinburgh (45mins) and Newcastle (40 mins). Other Things to NoteWooler has 2 banks, a post office, a small supermarket, many cafes and pubs, and and an excellent tourist office.
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        Bluebell Cottage – a self-catering cottage set within the grounds of The Grange in an idyllic location in rural Northumberland. Sleeps 4 to 5. Bluebell cottage is located in the beautiful countryside of the Vale of Whittingham at the foot of the Cheviot Hills. Bluebell provides excellent appointed accommodation in a quiet and peaceful setting. It is ideally located for walking in the Cheviots or strolling along the sandy beaches of Northumberland's heritage coast. Bluebell is situated only 9 miles west of the market town of Alnwick, famous for its Castle, Gardens and local attractions. The cottage provides a luxury base for touring Newcastle, Berwick, Hadrian's Wall, Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders which are all within easy reach. Bluebell Cottage -Price from £325.00 to £575.00 per week fully inclusive of fuel and linen.
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        Poppies at Westcliffe House is under new management and new to Holiday Lettings. This stunning property is a luxury 4 star rated two bedroom apartment sleeping up to 4 people. It is though an ideal property for a couple wishing to enjoy quiet retreat on the edge of the village. The picturesque Village of Rothbury has excellent shops, restaurants and amenities and is located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, providing an ideal base to explore rural Northumberland. The property has a spacious open plan living/dining area with French doors leading to a small patio. The Kitchen has granite worktops and tiled floor. There is a large double bedroom with window to the rear and a smaller bedroom to the front with bunk beds (please note the top bunk is open to the side). Bathroom with over-bath shower, toilet and tiled floor. This property is ideally suited to between 2-4 people and we are happy to accept ONE small, well behaved and housetrained dog (pet fee payable). Contact us with any enquiries stay,at,northumberlandholidays,dot,com A range of amenities including local shops, post office, cafĂŠs, country pubs and restaurants are all within easy reach in Rothbury. There are numerous local tourist attractions, riverside walks and scenic countryside within the immediate vicinity. The stunning coastline of Northumberland is just a short distance away. Cheviot View is the ideal base to explore all that Northumberland has to offer, from it's famous castles and award-winning beaches to walks, cycling, golf, water sports and fishing or one of the county's many attractions. **Please Note: the NEW Holiday Lettings nightly pricing & tariff calculates nightly rates by taking the weekly tariff rate and dividing it by 7. This nightly rate is misrepresented, as it does not take into account Short Break Percentages explained in the Tariff Notes section below. Sadly we have no control over this new trend towards nightly 'hotel-style' pricing so please get in touch and we will be happy to help you further.** 3 nights is normally charged at 65% of the weekly rate 4 nights is normally charged at 75% of the weekly rate 5 nights is normally charged at 85% of the weekly rate. Known locally as the Capital of Coquetdale, the traditional Northumbrian village of Rothbury is built on a sandstone hillside. It offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it has been a local centre since the 13th century and at various times had a castle, a market and magistrate's court. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous attraction in the area. Attractions and Things To Do in Rothbury Exploring the beautiful outdoors is definitely a theme in what there is to do in and around Rothbury. It's perfectly set up for the serious walker with the Northumberland National Park and Simonside on your doorstep. There's also plenty circular walks that have Rothbury as a starting and finishing point. The area is also excellent for the keen sports person with fishing on the River Coquet and also at nearby Fontburn Reservoir. Cragside House and Gardens, the home of Lord Armstrong is just a couple of miles away and makes a fascinating day out for all the family. Other recommended places of interest include Brinkburn Priory and Goats on the Roof. Restaurants, Pubs and Cafes in Rothbury Rothbury serves as a hub for the outlying Villages and as such has a good choice of places to eat and drink. You might be surprised to hear that in such a small place not only are there a number of pubs and cafes, but there is also an Italian restaurant and an Indian restaurant! The numerous cafes are extremely popular with the walkers and there is a good choice on offer here as well. There are also a number of country pubs in the Rothbury area that are worth visiting. Shopping, Food and Supermarkets Rothbury has an award-winning selection of local, independent shops in which you can buy practically anything from meat to shoes and wine. We have highlighted the best in independent retailers including crafts and gifts, food shops, supermarkets and clothing. There are also a number of art and crafts galleries that celebrate and sell original and local crafts. Events in Rothbury Rothbury Music Festival celebrates the popularity of Folk and Traditional music in the area. The Festival takes place in July each year, has been running for over thirty years and now draws musicians from around the country. Rothbury has it's own Highland Pipe Band who always open the proceedings and display their marching and plating skills. The event consumes the whole Village with many performances and ceilidh's across the weekend. Another popular event is the Rothbury and Coquetdale Walking Festival that takes place in June annually. With many walks of differing lengths and difficulty in a period of just over a week there really is something for everybody. Visit their website for more information. Poppies at Westcliffe House is a luxury 4 star rated two bedroom holiday home sleeping up to 4 people. Situated in 2 acres of grounds with stunning scenic views of Simonside and the Coquet valley. IDEAL COUPLES RETREAT, WIFI INTERNET ACCESS, 2 ACRES OF GROUNDS
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        Rose Cottage is a delightful cottage set in the Cheviot Hills with a wonderful view over the Glendale Valley. 2 bedrooms, 1 with a king sized bed and one small with two single beds. The sitting room has a log fire, comfortable chairs and coffee table. The sun room has a large dining table seating 6 people and two comfortable chairs, and a wonderful view over the valley. The kitchen and bathroom are a modern addition, the bathroom has a bath with shower over it and the kitchen has all modern equipment, dishwasher, clothes washer/dryer, fridge, freezer and a lovely view while you wash up. There is a large safe garden and off street parking. Well behaved children and dogs welcome. Just one mile small town of Wooler with all amenities, The Cottage is let from FRIDAY TO FRIDAY The cottage is not available from NOVEMBER 1ST TO MARCH 31ST From the cottage visit Edinburgh, Newcastle, the Roman Wall, the Border towns of Kelso, Coldstream and Jedburgh with their ancient abbeys. Berwick with its Elizabethan Walls is just 16 miles away with the mainline station. Beautiful beaches, castle country houses. Walk the Cheviot Hills from the front door. Bicycling, fishing, golf ,horse riding are available locally
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          Cosy Retreats are proud to present Honeymug. A delightful welcome hamper of locally sourced produce and Honeymug's tasteful and stylish interior will give you just the welcome you need at your journey's end. Perfect for families, small groups and couples, you will enjoy total relaxation in Honeymug. Situated in the heart of Northumberland, with the Cheviot Hills on your doorstep and just a short drive from the most spectacular coastline and glorious sandy beaches, you will be truly spoilt for choice when deciding how to spend your days. Honeymug is arranged in an upside down fashion - giving light and spacious living accomodation upstairs which is just perfect for relaxing after a busy day and a lovely family meal. The lounge area, with its characterful wooden beams, log burning stove and comfy seating is perfect for a cosy evening of quiet relaxation or family fun. There is a bookcase brimming with books, a large flat-screen TV that includes SKY Sports and Movies as well as a DVD player and a selection of games and magazines. The dining kitchen contains plenty of space for a family of six to eat around a lovely, wooden table. All the equipment you might need is on hand to help make your stay as comfortable and convenient as possible. There is a washer/dryer, dishwasher and fridge-freezer as well as a kettle, toaster and microwave and a wide selection of cooking equipment and utensils. Downstairs the master bedroom includes a king-size bed and en-suite shower and WC. There are two further twin rooms and a family bathroom that has a shower over bath. You will find lots of storage space too to help keep your things tidy and give that real 'home from home' feel. We are certain that a stay in Honeymug will be a breathtaking experience in itself...but the icing on the cake will come in the form of the on-site leisure facilities. You will find a good-sized heated swimming pool, state-of-the-art gym, sauna, steam room and hot tub which are all available for you to use from early morning until late evening. Our words alone can't possibly do these facilities justice so do take a good look at the photos above! If that's not enough for you - you will also find an all weather tennis court, mini-golf, croquet lawn and a stunning lake to take a stroll around and perhaps do a spot of bird watching from the hide. If you're bringing children they will absolutely love the games room - where little ones and adults alike can enjoy a game of pool, table-tennis, air hockey, table football or just chill out on the big sofas and watch TV. There is also a wooden adventure playground, trampoline, small football pitch, a play house and a selection of ride-on toys. We're sure you will agree that a stay in Honeymug has something for absolutely everyone! The heating in Honeymug is by means of oil-fired central heating, the cost of which, as well as the leisure facilities and the provision of linen and towels, is included in the price. The owners of Honeymug regret that due to restrictions on the site, no pets will be allowed. Set in the tranquil hamlet of Branton, Honeymug offers so much to do on site that it would be easy to forget that you are situated in the middle of some of the most stunning countryside imaginable. Honeymug is in a great location to experience the very best that Northumberland has to offer. With the National Park, encompassing the Cheviot Hills, so near-by, you will never be short of a walking or cycling trail. You are also less than a 30 minute drive from the Northumberland Coast and its designated area of outstanding natural beauty. It certainly won't take you long to realise why it's classified as such when you see some of the magnificent sandy beaches and the beautiful coastal towns and villages. The town of Alnwick is also just a 15 minute drive away and its fabulous castle and gardens are certainly a 'must see'! Cosy Retreats are proud to offer Honeymug, Branton. This delightfully cosy and luxurious cottage, surrounded by stunning scenery and equipped to a very high standard has everything you need for the perfect Northumberland getaway. With a fabulous pool, gym, sauna, steam room and hot tub plus a tennis court and more inc. Sky TV and wifi.
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          Launched in 2012, River Neuk is a 'home from home' self catering holiday property a stone's throw away from the River Coquet in the beautiful Village of Rothbury. Built of natural sandstone by Lord Armstrong of the famous Cragside Estates in the 1870's, 'Neuk' is a North Northumbrian word for 'Nook' and it reflects the property perfectly. It is featured in the Village trail leaflet as 'state of the art' workers' housing of the time! Tucked away from the Village centre down a quiet private path River Neuk is deceptively spacious. The picturesque Village of Rothbury has excellent shops, restaurants and amenities and is located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, providing an ideal base to explore rural Northumberland. River Neuk offers excellent accommodation for four people, with two bedrooms: one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. It has full gas central heating with a warm and cosy lounge 32" LCD TV with Sky TV, DVD system, Nintendo Wii and HiFi stereo system. We also have High Speed Wifi Broadband. Dining area with seating for four people. The modern kitchen is fully equipped and offers an electric oven with gas hob, microwave, slimline dishwasher and a fridge/freezer. The family bathroom has modern fixtures and fittings, electric shower and a washing machine. There is also a small courtyard outside with seating area and lockable storage shed. Families are welcome to stay and so are members of your extended family... the pets! A range of amenities including local shops, post office, cafĂŠs, country pubs and restaurants are all within easy walking distance of the property. There are numerous local tourist attractions, riverside walks and scenic countryside within the immediate vicinity. Don't forget to bring some bread along to feed the ducks by the river! The stunning coastline of Northumberland is just a short distance away. River Neuk is the ideal base to explore all that Northumberland has to offer, from it's famous castles and award-winning beaches to walks, cycling, golf, water sports and fishing or one of the county's many attractions. Changeover day is STRICTLY a Saturday Admin Fee - £20.00 Pet Fee - £20.00 per pet Known locally as the Capital of Coquetdale, the traditional Northumbrian village of Rothbury is built on a sandstone hillside. It offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it has been a local centre since the 13th century and at various times had a castle, a market and magistrate's court. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous attraction in the area. Attractions and Things To Do in Rothbury Exploring the beautiful outdoors is definitely a theme in what there is to do in and around Rothbury. It's perfectly set up for the serious walker with the Northumberland National Park and Simonside on your doorstep. There's also plenty circular walks that have Rothbury as a starting and finishing point. The area is also excellent for the keen sports person with fishing on the River Coquet and also at nearby Fontburn Reservoir. Cragside House and Gardens, the home of Lord Armstrong is just a couple of miles away and makes a fascinating day out for all the family. Other recommended places of interest include Brinkburn Priory and Goats on the Roof. Explore a guide to Rothbury's Attractions... Restaurants, Pubs and Cafes in Rothbury Rothbury serves as a hub for the outlying Villages and as such has a good choice of places to eat and drink. You might be surprised to hear that in such a small place not only are there a number of pubs and cafes, but there is also an Italian restaurant and an Indian restaurant! The numerous cafes are extremely popular with the walkers and there is a good choice on offer here as well. There are also a number of country pubs in the Rothbury area that are worth visiting, so I have included them as well. Explore a guide to Places to Eat and Drink in Rothbury... Shopping, Food and Supermarkets Rothbury has an award-winning selection of local, independent shops in which you can buy practically anything from meat to shoes and wine. We have highlighted the best in independent retailers including crafts and gifts, food shops, supermarkets and clothing. There are also a number of art and crafts galleries that celebrate and sell original and local crafts. Explore a guide to Shopping, Food and Supermarkets in Rothbury... Events in Rothbury Rothbury Music Festival celebrates the popularity of Folk and Traditional music in the area. The Festival takes place in July each year, has been running for over thirty years and now draws musicians from around the country. Rothbury has it's own Highland Pipe Band who always open the proceedings and display their marching and plating skills. The event consumes the whole Village with many performances and ceilidh's across the weekend. Anothe popular event is the Rothbury and Coquetdale Walking Festival that takes place in June annually. With many walks of differing lengths and difficulty in a period of just over a week there really is something for everybody. Visit their website for more information. Amenities Rothbury Tourist Information Centre (one of the main centre's for the Northumberland National Park) is located in the Coquetdale Centre in the middle of the Village by the Church. The full address is The Coquetdale Centre, Church House, Church Street, Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7UP, Contact 01669 620 887. Rothbury Community Cinema was set up with the aim to bring interesting and entertaining films to the area on a regular basis without local people having to make a 60 mile round trip to the cinema. There are usually two films shown every month on a Friday evening and entrance is free (however, a small donation is requested for the use of the Jubilee Hall to pay for the heating etc). Check their website for film times. Other amenities include Rothbury Bowling Club, Coquetdale Swimming and Fitness Centre, Rothbury Lawn Tennis Club, Rothbury Football Club and Rothbury Cricket Club. There is plenty of on street parking around River Neuk and travelling to Rothbury by car is one of the most picturesque journeys you are ever likely to take. However you approach Rothbury you are surrounded by stunning countryside. A particularly nice drive if you are coming from the North via Alnwick is to take the B6341. This road goes via Alnwick Moor, past Edlingham and Cragside House and Gardens and boasts unrivalled views of the Northumberland countryside. The B6341 runs through the centre of Rothbury and should be used if approaching from the North or West. From the South and East it is best to use the B6344. There are two main car parks, the main car and coach park at the South side of the river and Beggars Rigg car park to the West of Rothbury. Both car parks have picnic facilites and lovely views of the river. The main car park has a children's play area and plenty of opportunities for feeding the many ducks. The little walk over the river is also too pleasant to be missed! Travelling by Arriva Bus there are two routes that pass through Rothbury, the 508 that comes from (and goes to) Gateshead and Newcastle and the 144 that comes from Morpeth. For more information see Northumberland County Council's Website about Bus Travel. The nearest Train Station is Morpeth approximately 15 miles away and Newcastle Airport is about 30 miles South.
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          2br house
            Sleeping up to four people in two bedrooms, this lovely first floor apartment is in the heart of the little market town of Rothbury. Coquet Retreat is a lovely first floor apartment in the heart of Rothbury. The king-size master bedroom has an en-suite with jet shower, and there is a twin room plus family bathroom with corner spa bath. The well-equipped kitchen has a dining area, granite worktops and doors to the balcony, and the sitting room has a gas fire. Outside, the balcony has seating and spiral stairs lead down to a ground floor courtyard with furniture and BBQ. Coquet Retreat is an ideal base for family and friends to enjoy the amenities of the town or explore the countryside and attractions such as Cragside, Hadrian's Wall and Alnwick Castle and gardens. Amenities: Gas central heating with gas fire. Gas range cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 42" TV with Freeview, DVD, video, CD, radio, WiFi, books, games, DVDs. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for one car at owner's property around the corner, roadside parking available outside cottage on first come, first served basis. Bicycle storage available at owner's property around the corner. Balcony with furniture and spiral stairs to rear courtyard with furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops, pubs and river 1 min walk. Note: Spiral staircase - care to be taken with young children. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: The small market town of Rothbury is in a most beautiful setting, surrounded as it is by the Simonside Hills, Blaeberry, Cragside and, in the distance, the Cheviots. The town is on the north side of the Coquet River, which is famous for its salmon and trout, and is close to Northumberland's National Park. Rothbury has open tennis courts and a golf course as well as walking, riding, cycling and fishing to recommend it to visitors. Its specialist shops are also a significant attraction. There are several great Northumbrian houses nearby, including Wallington Hall and Alnwick Castle, with its stunning gardens, which are the work of the Duchess of Northumberland. Kielder Reservoir and Hadrian's Wall are both in the local area, and there is an abundance of wide sandy beaches to be discovered and enjoyed. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. Sleeping up to four people in two bedrooms, this lovely first floor apartment is in the heart of the little market town of Rothbury. Coquet Retreat is a lovely first floor apartment in the heart of Rothbury. The king-size master bedroom has an en-suite with jet shower, and there is a twin room plus family bathroom with corner spa bath. The well-equipped kitchen has a dining area, granite worktops and doors to the balcony, and the sitting room has a gas fire. Outside, the balcony has seating and spiral stairs lead down to a ground floor courtyard with furniture and BBQ. Coquet Retreat is an ideal base for family and friends to enjoy the amenities of the town or explore the countryside and attractions such as Cragside, Hadrian's Wall and Alnwick Castle and gardens. Amenities: Gas central heating with gas fire. Gas range cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 42" TV with Freeview, DVD, video, CD, radio, WiFi, books, games, DVDs. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for one car at owner's property around the corner, roadside parking available outside cottage on first come, first served basis. Bicycle storage available at owner's property around the corner. Balcony with furniture and spiral stairs to rear courtyard with furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops, pubs and river 1 min walk. Note: Spiral staircase - care to be taken with young children. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: The small market town of Rothbury is in a most beautiful setting, surrounded as it is by the Simonside Hills, Blaeberry, Cragside and, in the distance, the Cheviots. The town is on the north side of the Coquet River, which is famous for its salmon and trout, and is close to Northumberland's National Park. Rothbury has open tennis courts and a golf course as well as walking, riding, cycling and fishing to recommend it to visitors. Its specialist shops are also a significant attraction. There are several great Northumbrian houses nearby, including Wallington Hall and Alnwick Castle, with its stunning gardens, which are the work of the Duchess of Northumberland. Kielder Reservoir and Hadrian's Wall are both in the local area, and there is an abundance of wide sandy beaches to be discovered and enjoyed. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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            2br house
            • Pets Allowed
            This stone built cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, and is close to the castle in Chillingham near Chatton. Gardener's Cottage is a welcoming stone cottage in the hamlet of Chillingham, near the castle. The cottage has a double room and a twin room, a family bathroom on the ground floor, a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside is off road parking for two cars, and a shared enclosed front garden with furniture, and a rear private enclosed seating area. Gardener's Cottage makes an ideal base for enjoying both the inland beauty of the Cheviots and the stunning Heritage coastline. Amenities: Electric storage heaters with woodburning stove in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio/CD, selection of books and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared front lawned garden with furniture and rear private enclosed seating area with furniture. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pubs 1.5 miles. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: The village of Chatton is set amongst scenic countryside and offers stone built houses, a small village green, Post Office, an art gallery and a pub. Close by is Alnwick Gardens, the Northumberland National Park and the Heritage Coastline. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This stone built cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, and is close to the castle in Chillingham near Chatton. Gardener's Cottage is a welcoming stone cottage in the hamlet of Chillingham, near the castle. The cottage has a double room and a twin room, a family bathroom on the ground floor, a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside is off road parking for two cars, and a shared enclosed front garden with furniture, and a rear private enclosed seating area. Gardener's Cottage makes an ideal base for enjoying both the inland beauty of the Cheviots and the stunning Heritage coastline. Amenities: Electric storage heaters with woodburning stove in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio/CD, selection of books and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared front lawned garden with furniture and rear private enclosed seating area with furniture. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pubs 1.5 miles. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: The village of Chatton is set amongst scenic countryside and offers stone built houses, a small village green, Post Office, an art gallery and a pub. Close by is Alnwick Gardens, the Northumberland National Park and the Heritage Coastline. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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            4br house
            • Pets Allowed
            This stone-built cottage situated in the town of Wooler sleeps eight people in four bedrooms. Motte Cottage is a stone-built, semi-detached cottage situated in the Northumberland town of Wooler. Set over three floors, this cottage sleeps eight people in four bedrooms, consisting of one king-size double with en-suite bath, one double with en-suite bath, one second floor twin with en-suite shower and a second floor twin, as well as a ground floor basin and WC. The cottage also has a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside there's a small patio with furniture and roadside parking, plus there is a free of charge car park just 55 yards away. There is also bike storage available in the courtyard. Motte Cottage is a great base for families and friends. Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburning stove. Gas range cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Roadside parking, plus FOC car park 55 yards away. Bike storage in courtyard. Enclosed patio with furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pub 2 mins walk. Note: Limited headroom on second floor and the beds are situated underneath the eaves. Town: The historic market town of Wooler is situated on the banks of the River Till, in the foothills of the Cheviots which form part of the Pennine Way. Wooler has a selection of hotels and eating places and offers an excellent location for exploring the whole of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. Within driving distance is Alnwick, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Chillingham Castle and Coldstream. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This stone-built cottage situated in the town of Wooler sleeps eight people in four bedrooms. Motte Cottage is a stone-built, semi-detached cottage situated in the Northumberland town of Wooler. Set over three floors, this cottage sleeps eight people in four bedrooms, consisting of one king-size double with en-suite bath, one double with en-suite bath, one second floor twin with en-suite shower and a second floor twin, as well as a ground floor basin and WC. The cottage also has a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside there's a small patio with furniture and roadside parking, plus there is a free of charge car park just 55 yards away. There is also bike storage available in the courtyard. Motte Cottage is a great base for families and friends. Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburning stove. Gas range cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Roadside parking, plus FOC car park 55 yards away. Bike storage in courtyard. Enclosed patio with furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pub 2 mins walk. Note: Limited headroom on second floor and the beds are situated underneath the eaves. Town: The historic market town of Wooler is situated on the banks of the River Till, in the foothills of the Cheviots which form part of the Pennine Way. Wooler has a selection of hotels and eating places and offers an excellent location for exploring the whole of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. Within driving distance is Alnwick, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Chillingham Castle and Coldstream. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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            3br cottage
            • Pets Allowed
            BLACKSMITHS COTTAGE - Visit England Gold winner NE England Self Catering Provider 2015/2013/2012 - a superior holiday is guaranteed! Explore both coast and country from Northumberland National Park - an award winning Park with award winning Dark Skies overhead! All holidays/breaks include a stargazing kit with basic instruction for beginners. You are assured of a memorable visit to Northumberland when you stay at Blacksmith's Cottage - you'll be back to finish what you started, there's just too much to see and do in one visit! You enter an entirely different world as you approach the pretty hamlet of Alnham nestling in the Cheviot foothills within the beautiful Northumberland National Park. This traditional Northumbrian Cottage has been sensitively restored keeping all the original features with modern living, not forgetting the internet! The inglenook with log burning stove, underfloor heating in winter, night storage heaters at the flick of a switch make this cottage a thoroughly cosy place to stay all year. Return after a great day exploring Northumbria by car, foot, or bike to, -an evening in your own private walled garden with BBQ - -relax in your heated sun room/dining room -lounge in front of your cosy log burning stove, watch a film on the dvd player? -Enjoy your pre-booked sauna ready for your return. -Plan your next day ahead with our great tourist information room offering suggested routes and itineraries. Why not start your holiday as soon as you arrive - we receive and unpack any food orders ordered on line. Well behaved dog/s are welcome upon request. Temperature controlled warm water hose for those grubby adventures! 2 person discount. All bookings are secured with a 25% deposit, and the balance 6 weeks before your holiday - payable by cheque or bank transfer. Book and pay direct with Blacksmiths Cottage Blacksmiths Cottage is situated in the pretty hamlet of Alnham within the Northumberland National Park and Gold tier International Dark Sky Park. Step out into a myriad of footpaths and bridleways with sheltered valleys, hidden waterfalls, and dramatic hills rich in wildlife and archaological finds. Northumberland is the last wilderness in England, so why not take a car and enjoy rural Northumberland without hardly passing another car or person having a break at a tea room suggested in one of the many varied itineraries offered in the cottage. Blacksmiths cottage is centrally located and is ideal for exploring coast and country. The Heritage Coastline castles of Lindisfarne, Bamburgh and Alnwick rise from the golden empty beaches beckoning you to explore. Cross the border into Scotland for the day, visit Hadrians Wall, Kielder Reservoir the largest man-made lake in Europe, or immerse yourself in the history of Northumberland and the border battles between the English and the Scots - namely the infamous 'Border Reivers' and the 'Battle of Flodden' where the last king, James IV of Scotland, was to die in battle. Transport to and from the local airport or train station at Newcastle, or more locally Alnmouth station, can be arranged.
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            2br house
            • Pets Allowed
            This stone built cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, and is close to the castle in Chillingham near Chatton. Gamekeeper's Cottage is a welcoming stone cottage in the hamlet of Chillingham, near the castle. The cottage has a double room and a twin room, a family bathroom on the ground floor, a kitchen, dining room with woodburning stove and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside is off road parking for two cars, a shared, enclosed front lawned garden with furniture and a further enclosed, private, lawned garden area to the rear with a storage shed. Gamekeeper's Cottage makes an ideal base for enjoying both the inland beauty of the Cheviots and the stunning Heritage coastline. Amenities: Electric storage heaters with woodburning stoves. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio, CD, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter packs for stoves inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared, enclosed front lawned garden with furniture. Rear enclosed, private, lawned garden area and storage shed. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pubs 1.5 miles. Note: Due to the nearby brook, children should be supervised at all times. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: The village of Chatton is set amongst scenic countryside and offers stone built houses, a small village green, Post Office, an art gallery and a pub. Close by is Alnwick Gardens, the Northumberland National Park and the Heritage Coastline. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This stone built cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, and is close to the castle in Chillingham near Chatton. Gamekeeper's Cottage is a welcoming stone cottage in the hamlet of Chillingham, near the castle. The cottage has a double room and a twin room, a family bathroom on the ground floor, a kitchen, dining room with woodburning stove and a sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside is off road parking for two cars, a shared, enclosed front lawned garden with furniture and a further enclosed, private, lawned garden area to the rear with a storage shed. Gamekeeper's Cottage makes an ideal base for enjoying both the inland beauty of the Cheviots and the stunning Heritage coastline. Amenities: Electric storage heaters with woodburning stoves. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio, CD, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter packs for stoves inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared, enclosed front lawned garden with furniture. Rear enclosed, private, lawned garden area and storage shed. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pubs 1.5 miles. Note: Due to the nearby brook, children should be supervised at all times. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: The village of Chatton is set amongst scenic countryside and offers stone built houses, a small village green, Post Office, an art gallery and a pub. Close by is Alnwick Gardens, the Northumberland National Park and the Heritage Coastline. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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            Excellent
            7 reviews
            2br cottage
            • Pets Allowed
            Location Whitsun View is an end-terraced, stone cottage, situated in a quiet, private road, very close to the centre of Wooler in the heart of Northumberland. It is conveniently located for the attractive walks in the Cheviot Hills, the beautiful, unspoilt beaches of the Northumberland coast, the Scottish Border country and the castles, houses and gardens that make this area such a rich one for visitors. Accommodation Ground Floor Kitchen, fully equipped and fitted to a high standard. This includes gas cooker, microwave, fridge, upright freezer, automatic washer and pine dining table and chairs. Comfortable lounge with colour t.v, dvd & gas fire. Interenet Books, games and a comprehensive guide to the area provided. First Floor Large double bedroom and twin bedroom, both with good quality mattresses and pine furniture. Cot and high chair available. Bathroom with electric shower and heated towel rail. Additional features Fitted carpets throughout. Heating provided by modern electric storage heaters. Gas / electric included in the cost. Good quality bedding is provided ( sheets, pillow cases, duvet covers ) Also hand towels and tea towels. Washing line and clothes airer supplied. Beautiful garden with hill views. Parking in front of cottage. The owners regularly use the cottage themselves as a second home, so you will find many extras available, all intended to make it an enjoyable stay. N.B. No smoking please. Holiday Cottage Order Form : ( Section No 12 ) Description for 1, Whitsun View, Wooler, Northumberland. Location Whitsun View is an end-terraced, stone cottage, situated in a quiet, private road, very close to the centre of Wooler in the heart of Northumberland. It is conveniently located for the attractive walks in the Cheviot Hills, the beautiful, unspoilt beaches of the Northumberland coast, the Scottish Border country and the castles, houses and gardens that make this area such a rich one for visitors. Coming north on the A697 As you approach Wooler you will cross a bridge over the river, then head off left up a hill (called The Peth) to Wooler (about 100 yards until you get to the top). Look out for the Spice village (Indian restaurant) & take a sharp right, (almost doubling back on yourself). You will drive past several houses & then through a gap between them & a single house on your right. You will see the sign for Whitsun View & no. 1 has a green porch. Coming south on the A697 (from Coldstream) The easiest route would be to turn right off the A697 at Church Street (opposite the B6348 Chatton road). This will lead you to the yellow route marked. Edinburgh and Necastle airports with a two hour drive
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            3br cottage
              What fantastic views is the first comment we usually hear from our guest's and our reply is yes from all windows. Mordue's Cottage……… Is one of two semi-detached cottages in the middle of our working farm, originally farm workers cottages the views from the front look over to Thrunton Woods and Simon side Hills and the north looks over the Cheviot Hills. It has a well equipped galley kitchen including washer/dryer, fridge/freezer and electric cooking. The downstairs bathroom has over bath electric shower. The large spacious lounge/dinning room leads to the ground floor single bedroom. The first floor has a double bed which looks north and the twin room faces south. The cottage is all double glazed and gas central heating / hot water, gas fire in lounge. Externally the shared rear enclosed garden is half gravelled and half grass with parking for 2 cars, patio set and the use of a gas barbecue. The half walled garden to the front has fabulous views to the south. Linen and fuel included in the rent and beds are made up for your arrival. Free Wi Fi Sorry no pets Set in the heart of Northumberland's rural country side Mordue's is the perfect place to get away from it all and recharge your battery's yet only three and half miles from Thropton away for petrol and 2 eating places The Cross Keys & Three Wheat Heads and five from Rothbury and within easy reach of all the tourist attractions Northumberland has to offer. If you prefer not travel we have several walks which can be done from the cottages where you will see the abundant wild life deer, owls, buzzards sparrow hawks and many species of birds. Bouldering (Callaly) Mountain Biking , Walking (Thrunton Woods, Simon side Cheviots and many more) Cycling (we are a mile away from route 68) In April there may well be lambs to feed or watch a lamb being born. In June/July see the sheep being sheared. Watch Mirk our over enthusiastic young collie learn the tricks of the trade on how to round the sheep up (not always getting it right). See the combine cut the crops and the bailer bale the hay and straw. Feed the free range hens. Our Jack Russell loves to go for walks; Tigger likes a game of football. Historic Market Town of Alnwick 20 minutes drive for Alnwick Gardens and castle, our beautiful coastline 40 minutes drive with an abundance of historic castles to visit, You can Visit Holy Island (when the tide times are right) Take a boat trip from Seahouses out to the Farne Islands. You can also visit the Scottish Borders, buy some cashmere in Hawick. Northumberland has so much to offer!!!!! PLEASE NOTE WE ONLY TAKE SHORT BRAKES WITHIN 2 WEEKS OF THE ARRIVAL DATE IN PEAK SEASON, please message me for prices etc.
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              2br b&b
                Working Farm 4 Star Visit Britain Bed & Breakfast PLEASE NOTE PRICE IS PER ROOM Peace tranquillity and a warm welcome awaits you at Lorbottle West Steads, our Victorian farmhouse situated in the heart of the countryside…… has spectacular views over Whittingham vale and the Coguet valley yet only three and half miles from the village of Thropton and within easy reach of all Northumberland's wonderful countryside. We offer comfortable Double en-suite room has well stocked hospitality tray t.v. and mini fridge, hairdryer. The large south facing lounge has outstanding views of the local countryside and open fire when required. The dining room faces to the east and has a traditional large oak table where you can choose to start your day with a traditional farmhouse breakfast using our own free range eggs local sausage and bacon cooked to order in the aga, or if you prefer something light we offer cereal, fruit and yogurt, scrambled egg with muffins rounded of with homemade preserves as well as special dietary requirements. Our working farm participates in the country side stewardship and has an abundance of wild life to be spotted; owls, red deer wading birds lapwing oyster catcher buzzards can all be seen if you choose to walk the two rights of way that run through the farm. Alnwick and the coast less the half an hour drive in fact all major attractions are with in easy reach. Come and experience Northumberland there is so much to do and see in our unspoilt county. Ideal location for visiting all Northumberland, excellent for walking, (Simonside Hills, Cheviots , Thrunton Woods) , climbing, bouldering (Callaly), Fishing. There are many ancient sites from Stone Age (nearby), Border Reviver country numerous castles (Alnwick, Bamburgh, Warkworth, Chillingahm). stunning beaches , visit the Farne Islands , cross the causeway to Holy Island and enjoy being cut off from the world until the tide allows you back to the mainland. Have your passport ready to enter the Scottish Borders, buy cashmere at Hawick. We have 3 very beautiful and stunning valleys nearby Coquet Valley (Alwinton ) Ingram and Harthope near Wooler. If you have never been to Northumberland why not give us whirl. Staying on a bed and breakfast you will be shareing our home which is a working farm in some of the most stunning counryside of northumberland. We are very central for visting all parts of the beautiful coast line and castles, 20 minutes drive from the historic market town of Alnwick where the castle and gardens are. Scotlands border county 40 mins drive. Closer to hand we have the national park, Cragside, Belsay Hall
                cottage
                2br cottage
                  What fantastic views is the first comment we usually hear from our guest's and our reply is yes from all windows. Grandma's Cottage……… Is one of two semi-detached cottages in the middle of our working farm, originally farm workers cottages the views from the front look over to Thrunton Woods and Simonside Hills and the north looks over the Cheviot Hills. It has a well equipped galley kitchen including washer/dryer, fridge/freezer and electric cooking. The downstairs bathroom has over bath electric shower. The large spacious lounge leads through and arch to a small dining room.The first floor has a double bed which looks north and the twin room faces south. The cottage is all double glazed and gas central heating / hot water, gas fire in lounge. Externally the shared rear enclosed garden is half gravelled and half grass with parking for 2 cars, patio set and the use of a gas barbecue. The half walled garden to the front hosts a picnic table with fabulous views to the south. Linen and fuel included in the rent and beds are made up for your arrival. Sorry no pets Free Wi Fi Set in the heart of Northumberland's rural country side Grandma's is the perfect place to get away from it all and recharge your battery's yet only three and half miles from Thropton and five from Rothbury and within easy reach of all the tourist attractions Northumberland has to offer. If you prefer not travel we have several walks which can be done from the cottages where you will see the abundant wild life deer, owls, buzzards sparrow hawks and many species of birds. In April there may well be lambs to feed or watch a lamb being born. In June/July see the sheep being sheared. Watch Mirk our over enthusiastic young collie learn the tricks of the trade on how to round the sheep up (not always getting it right). See the combine cut the crops and the bailer bale the hay and straw. Feed the free range hens. PLEASE NOTE WE ONLY TAKE SHORT BRAKES 2 WEEKS IN ADVANCE IN THE HIGH SEASON, please email for prices etc
                  house
                  2br house
                  • Pets Allowed
                  This terraced cottage in Wooler sleeps four people in two bedrooms. Church View Cottage is a lovely terraced cottage in Wooler. With two king-size double bedrooms, both with en-suites, this house sleeps four people comfortably. The cottage also has an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area. Outside, there is roadside parking and a shared rear yard with furniture. Church View Cottage is a great base for a family holiday, or a break for couples. Amenities: Gas central heating with open fire. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Roadside parking plus FOC car park 40 yards away. Shared yard with furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pub 2 mins walk. Note: Narrow doorway to en-suites. Town: Wooler is a delightful, historic market town on the banks of the River Till, one of the tributaries of the Tweed, nestling in the foothills of the Cheviots, which form part of the Pennine Way. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This terraced cottage in Wooler sleeps four people in two bedrooms. Church View Cottage is a lovely terraced cottage in Wooler. With two king-size double bedrooms, both with en-suites, this house sleeps four people comfortably. The cottage also has an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area. Outside, there is roadside parking and a shared rear yard with furniture. Church View Cottage is a great base for a family holiday, or a break for couples. Amenities: Gas central heating with open fire. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Roadside parking plus FOC car park 40 yards away. Shared yard with furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pub 2 mins walk. Note: Narrow doorway to en-suites. Town: Wooler is a delightful, historic market town on the banks of the River Till, one of the tributaries of the Tweed, nestling in the foothills of the Cheviots, which form part of the Pennine Way. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                  house
                  2br house
                  • Pets Allowed
                  A spacious and beautifully decorated former farmhouse, this property offers comfortable and cosy accommodation that sleeps up to five people. This lovely former farmhouse is just half a mile away from the little village of Glanton and nine miles from Alnwick. It is set amid rolling countryside and the accommodation is comfortable and welcoming. There is a well fitted kitchen with a dining area and a cosy sitting room with a woodburner. There are two good sized bedrooms, one double room and one room with three single beds. Outside is a large garden to the front of the property, which has garden furniture and a barbecue for summer evening al fresco dining. There is also access to the owner's field. The property sleeps five people and with its proximity to so many attractions and amenities, this location make an excellent choice for a family holiday in this lovely area. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: Glanton is a little gem of a village that lies at the foot of the Cheviots and is in some of the most picturesque countryside that Northumberland has to offer. Glanton has a village store and a public house, but for a wider range of shops and other amenities, the busy town of Alnwick is only nine miles away. Alnwick is also famous for its Castle and spectacular gardens, which are well worth a visit. The small town of Rothbury is also close by, as are the house and gardens at Cragside - a National Trust property. The village is well placed for exploring the scenery of the Northumberland National Park and has numerous cycle routes and footpaths as well as the Heritage Coastline. Glanton is a perfect base for a holiday in Northumberland. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. A spacious and beautifully decorated former farmhouse, this property offers comfortable and cosy accommodation that sleeps up to five people. This lovely former farmhouse is just half a mile away from the little village of Glanton and nine miles from Alnwick. It is set amid rolling countryside and the accommodation is comfortable and welcoming. There is a well fitted kitchen with a dining area and a cosy sitting room with a woodburner. There are two good sized bedrooms, one double room and one room with three single beds. Outside is a large garden to the front of the property, which has garden furniture and a barbecue for summer evening al fresco dining. There is also access to the owner's field. The property sleeps five people and with its proximity to so many attractions and amenities, this location make an excellent choice for a family holiday in this lovely area. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: Glanton is a little gem of a village that lies at the foot of the Cheviots and is in some of the most picturesque countryside that Northumberland has to offer. Glanton has a village store and a public house, but for a wider range of shops and other amenities, the busy town of Alnwick is only nine miles away. Alnwick is also famous for its Castle and spectacular gardens, which are well worth a visit. The small town of Rothbury is also close by, as are the house and gardens at Cragside - a National Trust property. The village is well placed for exploring the scenery of the Northumberland National Park and has numerous cycle routes and footpaths as well as the Heritage Coastline. Glanton is a perfect base for a holiday in Northumberland. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                  house
                  3br house
                    Surrounded by fresh-water streams and pretty woodland, the rural village of Eglingham is full of the picture-postcard-charm that all holiday-villages should have. This lovely stone cottage with views of the open countryside is located on the edge of Eglingham. Renovated to a remarkably high standard, the decor of the house skilfully combines old-world charm with modern practicality and can be enjoyed throughout the year. The spacious living room offers a multi-fuel stove for days when the weather isn't at its best. With a lovely, well-maintained garden, perfect for picnics beneath the apple trees, this cottage is a great place to bring the family. Amenities: Oil central heating with multi-fuel stoves. Rangemaster electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio/CD/iPod dock, WiFi. Fuel, power and fuel for stoves inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Private rear garden with furniture and BBQ, mature, front terraced garden with views over village and countryside. Village tennis court close to cottage (free, no need to book). Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 2 mins walk. Note: Mobile reception in the village is poor with the exception of O2. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: Comprised of neat stone houses with well-kept gardens, a Victorian church, large pub and traditional restaurant, the village is a wonderful setting to try living life at a more leisurely pace. For those wanting to escape the hustle-and-bustle of the city, the surrounding hills and valleys offer fascinating walks through this vibrant countryside. Birdwatchers will enjoy trips to the Farne Islands which are rich with wildlife, though you don't have to go far to spot some interesting birds as closer to home, herons have been sighted in the Eglingham burn. For those who like history, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne is very close by, as are the castles of Warkworth, Chillingham, Alnwick and Dunstanburgh. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. Surrounded by fresh-water streams and pretty woodland, the rural village of Eglingham is full of the picture-postcard-charm that all holiday-villages should have. This lovely stone cottage with views of the open countryside is located on the edge of Eglingham. Renovated to a remarkably high standard, the decor of the house skilfully combines old-world charm with modern practicality and can be enjoyed throughout the year. The spacious living room offers a multi-fuel stove for days when the weather isn't at its best. With a lovely, well-maintained garden, perfect for picnics beneath the apple trees, this cottage is a great place to bring the family. Amenities: Oil central heating with multi-fuel stoves. Rangemaster electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio/CD/iPod dock, WiFi. Fuel, power and fuel for stoves inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Private rear garden with furniture and BBQ, mature, front terraced garden with views over village and countryside. Village tennis court close to cottage (free, no need to book). Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub 2 mins walk. Note: Mobile reception in the village is poor with the exception of O2. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: Comprised of neat stone houses with well-kept gardens, a Victorian church, large pub and traditional restaurant, the village is a wonderful setting to try living life at a more leisurely pace. For those wanting to escape the hustle-and-bustle of the city, the surrounding hills and valleys offer fascinating walks through this vibrant countryside. Birdwatchers will enjoy trips to the Farne Islands which are rich with wildlife, though you don't have to go far to spot some interesting birds as closer to home, herons have been sighted in the Eglingham burn. For those who like history, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne is very close by, as are the castles of Warkworth, Chillingham, Alnwick and Dunstanburgh. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                    house
                    3br house
                      This cosy cottage in Rothbury sleeps seven people in three bedrooms. Tulip Cottage is a welcoming cottage in Rothbury. The cottage has a double room on the ground floor, along with the bathroom. Upstairs is a king-size double room with en-suite, and a family room with a single and a bunk bed. There is a kitchen, and a sitting room with dining area leading to a balcony. In the basement is a utility and a games room with pool table and table tennis. Outside is off road parking for one car, and a front patio garden. Tulip Cottage makes an ideal base for enjoying the Heritage coastline, NY Cragside House, spectacular scenery, fishing villages and more. Amenities: Gas central heating with gas fire. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 1 car. Small enclosed front patio area. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pubs 2 mins walk. Note: This property sleeps max. 7 including infants. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: The small market town of Rothbury is in a most beautiful setting, surrounded as it is by the Simonside Hills, Blaeberry, Cragside and, in the distance, the Cheviots. The town is on the north side of the Coquet River, which is famous for its salmon and trout, and is close to Northumberland's National Park. Rothbury has open tennis courts and a golf course, as well as walking, riding, cycling and fishing to recommend it to visitors. Its specialist shops are also a significant attraction. There are several great Northumbrian houses nearby, including Wallington Hall and Alnwick Castle, with its stunning gardens, which are the work of the Duchess of Northumberland. Kielder Reservoir and Hadrian's Wall are both in the local area, and there is an abundance of wide sandy beaches to be discovered and enjoyed. Additional amenities include: ping pong table, game room, cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This cosy cottage in Rothbury sleeps seven people in three bedrooms. Tulip Cottage is a welcoming cottage in Rothbury. The cottage has a double room on the ground floor, along with the bathroom. Upstairs is a king-size double room with en-suite, and a family room with a single and a bunk bed. There is a kitchen, and a sitting room with dining area leading to a balcony. In the basement is a utility and a games room with pool table and table tennis. Outside is off road parking for one car, and a front patio garden. Tulip Cottage makes an ideal base for enjoying the Heritage coastline, NY Cragside House, spectacular scenery, fishing villages and more. Amenities: Gas central heating with gas fire. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 1 car. Small enclosed front patio area. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pubs 2 mins walk. Note: This property sleeps max. 7 including infants. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: The small market town of Rothbury is in a most beautiful setting, surrounded as it is by the Simonside Hills, Blaeberry, Cragside and, in the distance, the Cheviots. The town is on the north side of the Coquet River, which is famous for its salmon and trout, and is close to Northumberland's National Park. Rothbury has open tennis courts and a golf course, as well as walking, riding, cycling and fishing to recommend it to visitors. Its specialist shops are also a significant attraction. There are several great Northumbrian houses nearby, including Wallington Hall and Alnwick Castle, with its stunning gardens, which are the work of the Duchess of Northumberland. Kielder Reservoir and Hadrian's Wall are both in the local area, and there is an abundance of wide sandy beaches to be discovered and enjoyed. Additional amenities include: ping pong table, game room, cooker.
                      cottage
                      Excellent
                      16 reviews
                      2br cottage
                      • Pets Allowed
                      We would love to welcome you to our beautiful, modern self catering holiday home a stone's throw away from the River Coquet in the traditional Village of Rothbury. Built of natural sandstone by Lord Armstrong of the famous Cragside Estates in the 1870's, 'Model Buildings' features in the Village Trail as modern workers housing of it's time! The property is deceptively spacious and comprises of a large entrance hallway with a tiled floor, perfect for those muddy walking boots or towelling down the dog after a long walk. The fitted Kitchen is light and airy with gas hob and electric oven, dishwasher, microwave and fridge freezer. We have used River Neuk as our holiday home for years so you can imagine there is absolutely everything you could possibly need in the way of equipment, crockery and cutlery. The large lounge/diner comfortably seats four people and comes with a range of entertainment including high speed Wifi internet, a 32" LCD TV, DVD Player, Radio System, Wii games console and a range of books, board games and DVDs! So if the weather's bad or just want to relax in comfort, we've tried to provide everything for you. River Neuk sleeps up to four people with a comfortable double bedroom with wardrobe, large chest of drawers and bed side tables so there's plenty of storage. The second bedroom is a twin with a large day bed, wardrobe and bedside tables. Finally there is a family bathroom with a bath with shower over, WC, handbasin and also a washer/dryer. Although Model Buildings is a two storey historic property the accommodation is on one level making the Cottage ideal for people with limited mobility (there are two small steps to enter the property). Outside there is a small private courtyard with storage shed where you can safely store cycles, or suitcases etc. We have also provided a trolley to help with unloading the car on arrival and bringing your belongings inside. At the back of the Cottage is a shared outdoor space with planters, seating and washing lines. The Coquet riverbank is just yards from the door with a wonderful play area for the children (slides, climbing frames etc) and a football area. It's all just a few seconds walk without having to cross any roads making it ideal for young families. We're also pet friendly and provide as standard feeding bowls, a spare lead (in case you forget when packing!) and dog towels. We are happy to accept one well behaved dog at this property and there is a pet fee payable. Please enquire if you have more than one dog and let us know the breed and we still may accept your booking. We're very proud of our Cottage and we love to spoil everyone who stays with a lovely welcome basket of local produce, teas and coffee. The picturesque Village of Rothbury has excellent shops, restaurants and amenities and is located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, providing an ideal base to explore rural Northumberland. There are a range of amenities including local shops, post office, cafĂŠs, country pubs and restaurants are all within easy walking distance of the property. There are numerous local tourist attractions, riverside walks and scenic countryside within the immediate vicinity. Don't forget to bring some bread along to feed the ducks by the river! The stunning coastline of Northumberland is just a short distance away. River Neuk is the ideal base to explore all that Northumberland has to offer, from it's famous castles and award-winning beaches to walks, cycling, golf, water sports and fishing or one of the county's many attractions. NB - Prices may be subject to change at the advertisers discretion. We accept online payments by Visa, Electron, Mastercard, Delta, Solo, Switch and American Express and more via Paypal as well as payment by cheque. Short breaks are available at this property and are worked out as follows: Min 3 night stay at 65% of the weeks price. 4 night stays charged at 75% of the weeks charge. All prices will incur an admin fee. We are happy to accept upto two small/medium dogs at the property. In doing so, clients must make sure that pets are supervised at all times, not left on their own in the property and crated where possible. Pets are FORBIDDEN on the sofas and beds. The property must be free from all pet hair prior to vacation. A pet fee of ÂŁ20 will also be payable at the time of booking. Known locally as the Capital of Coquetdale, the traditional Northumbrian village of Rothbury is built on a sandstone hillside. It offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it has been a local centre since the 13th century and at various times had a castle, a market and magistrate's court. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous attraction in the area. Attractions and Things To Do in Rothbury Exploring the beautiful outdoors is definitely a theme in what there is to do in and around Rothbury. It's perfectly set up for the serious walker with the Northumberland National Park and Simonside on your doorstep. There's also plenty circular walks that have Rothbury as a starting and finishing point. The area is also excellent for the keen sports person with fishing on the River Coquet and also at nearby Fontburn Reservoir. Cragside House and Gardens, the home of Lord Armstrong is just a couple of miles away and makes a fascinating day out for all the family. Other recommended places of interest include Brinkburn Priory and Goats on the Roof. Restaurants, Pubs and Cafes in Rothbury Rothbury serves as a hub for the outlying Villages and as such has a good choice of places to eat and drink. You might be surprised to hear that in such a small place not only are there a number of pubs and cafes, but there is also an Italian restaurant and an Indian restaurant! The numerous cafes are extremely popular with the walkers and there is a good choice on offer here as well. There are also a number of country pubs in the Rothbury area that are worth visiting. Shopping, Food and Supermarkets Rothbury has an award-winning selection of local, independent shops in which you can buy practically anything from meat to shoes and wine. We have highlighted the best in independent retailers including crafts and gifts, food shops, supermarkets and clothing. There are also a number of art and crafts galleries that celebrate and sell original and local crafts. Events in Rothbury Rothbury Music Festival celebrates the popularity of Folk and Traditional music in the area. The Festival takes place in July each year, has been running for over thirty years and now draws musicians from around the country. Rothbury has it's own Highland Pipe Band who always open the proceedings and display their marching and plating skills. The event consumes the whole Village with many performances and ceilidh's across the weekend. Another popular event is the Rothbury and Coquetdale Walking Festival that takes place in June annually. With many walks of differing lengths and difficulty in a period of just over a week there really is something for everybody. Visit their website for more information. Amenities Rothbury Tourist Information Centre (one of the main centre's for the Northumberland National Park) is located in the Coquetdale Centre in the middle of the Village by the Church. The full address is The Coquetdale Centre, Church House, Church Street, Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7UP, Contact 01669 620 887. Rothbury Community Cinema was set up with the aim to bring interesting and entertaining films to the area on a regular basis without local people having to make a 60 mile round trip to the cinema. There are usually two films shown every month on a Friday evening and entrance is free (however, a small donation is requested for the use of the Jubilee Hall to pay for the heating etc). Check their website for film times. Other amenities include Rothbury Bowling Club, Coquetdale Swimming and Fitness Centre, Rothbury Lawn Tennis Club, Rothbury Football Club and Rothbury Cricket Club. For further information on what the Rothbury area has to offer please visit (website: hidden) A self catering holiday home a stone's throw away from the River Coquet in the beautiful Village of Rothbury. Built of natural sandstone by Lord Armstrong of the famous Cragside Estates in the 1870's, 'Neuk' is a North Northumbrian word for 'Nook' . FREE WIFI If you are looking for a Off Peak Short Break then please drop me a line!
                      cottage
                      Excellent
                      20 reviews
                      3br cottage
                        Emma's Cottage is located in the peaceful village of Glanton, Nr Alnwick. A charming, luxurious house with stunning views of the Cheviot hills to be enjoyed from the large rear garden. A favourite with ramblers and cyclists with the Pennine Cycle Route 68 passing close to the village. The village has a family friendly pub serving good food daily and a post office/shop with free internet access. The location is an excellent base for touring Northumberland, from Hadrians Wall, to the Cheviots, to the stunning collection of castles and the wonderful coastline, with favourites such as Bamburgh and Holy Island. Emma's cottage comfortably accommodates 6 adults with luxury furnishings, ample living space, a wonderful large enclosed garden with stunning views - this is a wonderful retreat from everyday living. Weekly booking run Saturday to Saturday, however dependent on availability we may be able to be flexible, please enquire. Short breaks can be booked, out of season, or in peak season within 4 weeks of the holiday period commencing. Welcome to Northumberland, a magical place filled with ancient castles, golden sand beaches, rolling hills, rugged moorland and friendly little market towns. Northumberland is home to England’s most tranquil and inspiring National Park. There are also two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty waiting to be discovered, the Northumberland Coast and the North Pennines AONB. There are dozens of activities to choose from in the surrounding area such as walking, cycling, wildlife watching and golf to mention but a few. Below are a few links to some local attractions. Enjoy your stay!
                        cottage
                        Excellent
                        38 reviews
                        1br cottage
                        • Pets Allowed
                        The Coach House at Lynnholm in North Northumberland provides secluded accommodation for two situated on a West facing hillside with lovely views of the Cheviot Hills with the chance of spectacular sunsets. The house is set in a very quiet location on the edge of the moors 2 miles from Rothbury which offers most amenities including late night shopping. Ideal for walking, cycling, bird watching, castles, fishing, touring the countryside or just chilling. The Coach House has an enclosed garden and large sundecks where you can eat, drink and even cook (barbeque chiminea) outside and watch the sun go down over the distant horizons of the Cheviots and the Otterburn ranges.For those interested in wildlife, especially birds, it is worth bringing binoculars. Buzzards and Kestrels hunt over the garden almost every day, Barn Owls and Sparrow Hawks are regular and Peregrines occasional visitors. Red Squirrels and Roe Deer can be seen, in fact the deer have become something of a nuisance. The house is centrally placed so that Alnwick, Bamburgh, the Farnes, Hadrian's Wall, Keilder Water and the Dark Skies Park, the Borders and Scotland are all within easy reach. It is very convenient for touring Northumberland and the Borders, for walking, cycling, birdwatching and fishing. Pets are welcome. The location makes it particularly suitable for dogs, being off the road and close to moorland walks. Stainless steel feeding dishes, ground anchor, dog bed and even food (by prior arrangement) are available.For those with bikes or mobility scooters we offer secure garage storage and parking for trailers, puncture repair kits, use of tools and a compressor.BOOKING FRIDAY TO FRIDAY Comfortable, secluded, bijou accommodation for two with fantastic views. Set in its own garden within 2 acres of woodland, ideal for the Northumberland National Park, Bamburgh, Alnwick, Hadrian's Wall, the Farnes, the Borders and Kielder.CHANGEOVER ON FRIDAY There are 2 sundecks, 1 higher up the hillside where you can breakfast, sunbathe, or enjoy an evening drink
                        apt. / condo
                        1br apt. / condo
                          Spacious apartment on the ground floor of this imposing Victorian town house. Ideally and quietly located at the top end of Rothbury High Street, all local amenities are a short walk including banks, post office, tea-rooms, public houses and a variety of shops, including a very good delicatessen. Ideally suited for 1-2 people at any time, or a family group of 2 adults and up to 3 children for not less than 3 nights. It has a single bedroom with a double bed that converts into 2 singles (another single bed is also available). There is a double sofa bed (slatted base with sprung mattress) available in the large lounge. We commonly have families staying where up to 3 children sleep in the bedroom and the parents in the lounge. It is not really suitable for more than 2 adults as the shower room is only accessible through the lounge where the sofa bed would be. The lounge leads, via two steps, to a small lobby with the kitchen and shower room (with toilet & basin) adjoining. Parking is 'on street'. Facilities include central heating, washing machine, fridge, microwave, electric cooker, clothes airer, iron & ironing board, Digital TV, DVD player, radio and Wi-Fi. An electric fire and fan heaters are available to supplement the central heating. The Acorns has a 3 Star rating and has been operating for more than 10 years. We have a commitment to being ethical and to re/up-cycle where we can. So while some people may find our furnishings 'tired' or 'not matching' it is because we care about throwing things away before their time and obtaining things that others no longer require. Some of the items of furniture are family heirlooms and we use the local RSPCA charity shop quite a lot to change things round when 'new' items become available. This does not detract from the quality or the cleanliness of the apartment it just means we are perhaps a little quirky.....but maybe more homely than some other holiday lets. Please go to our web site and Facebook pages to see comments from our guests. Central location in Rothbury and Northumberland itself. We are equidistant from Hadrians Wall, Keilder, the Coast and the Castles. Edinburgh and Newcastle can be accessed by train from Alnmouth on the East Coast main line via Coquetdales's Spirit Buses. The owners also own the Deli in Rothbury and guests receive 10% off their shopping during their stay.
                          apt. / condo
                          Excellent
                          12 reviews
                          2br apt. / condo
                          • Pets Allowed
                          Cheviot View at Westcliffe House is under new management and new to Holiday Lettings. This stunning ground floor luxury 4 star rated 2 bedroom apartment sleeping upto 4 people. The accommodation is situated with stunning scenic views of Simonside and the Coquet valley. The picturesque Village of Rothbury has excellent shops, restaurants and amenities and is located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, providing an ideal base to explore rural Northumberland. Spacious living room with french doors and views over the Coquet Valley. Double doors leading to kitchen/dining-room with granite worktops and modern appliances. Two bedrooms, each with french doors to gardens and en-suite bathroom with over-bath shower; master bedroom has 5ft bed and second bedroom has twin single beds. Separate W.C. Families are welcome to stay and so are members of your extended family... the pets! One well behaved dog welcome (two possible by prior arrangement), pet fee payable. A range of amenities including local shops, post office, cafĂŠs, country pubs and restaurants are all within easy reach in Rothbury. There are numerous local tourist attractions, riverside walks and scenic countryside within the immediate vicinity. The stunning coastline of Northumberland is just a short distance away. Cheviot View is the ideal base to explore all that Northumberland has to offer, from it's famous castles and award-winning beaches to walks, cycling, golf, water sports and fishing or one of the county's many attractions. Short breaks are subject to availability, please contact us for a quote. Known locally as the Capital of Coquetdale, the traditional Northumbrian village of Rothbury is built on a sandstone hillside. It offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it has been a local centre since the 13th century and at various times had a castle, a market and magistrate's court. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous attraction in the area. Attractions and Things To Do in Rothbury Exploring the beautiful outdoors is definitely a theme in what there is to do in and around Rothbury. It's perfectly set up for the serious walker with the Northumberland National Park and Simonside on your doorstep. There's also plenty circular walks that have Rothbury as a starting and finishing point. The area is also excellent for the keen sports person with fishing on the River Coquet and also at nearby Fontburn Reservoir. Cragside House and Gardens, the home of Lord Armstrong is just a couple of miles away and makes a fascinating day out for all the family. Other recommended places of interest include Brinkburn Priory and Goats on the Roof. Restaurants, Pubs and Cafes in Rothbury Rothbury serves as a hub for the outlying Villages and as such has a good choice of places to eat and drink. You might be surprised to hear that in such a small place not only are there a number of pubs and cafes, but there is also an Italian restaurant and an Indian restaurant! The numerous cafes are extremely popular with the walkers and there is a good choice on offer here as well. There are also a number of country pubs in the Rothbury area that are worth visiting. Shopping, Food and Supermarkets Rothbury has an award-winning selection of local, independent shops in which you can buy practically anything from meat to shoes and wine. We have highlighted the best in independent retailers including crafts and gifts, food shops, supermarkets and clothing. There are also a number of art and crafts galleries that celebrate and sell original and local crafts. Events in Rothbury Rothbury Music Festival celebrates the popularity of Folk and Traditional music in the area. The Festival takes place in July each year, has been running for over thirty years and now draws musicians from around the country. Rothbury has it's own Highland Pipe Band who always open the proceedings and display their marching and plating skills. The event consumes the whole Village with many performances and ceilidh's across the weekend. Another popular event is the Rothbury and Coquetdale Walking Festival that takes place in June annually. With many walks of differing lengths and difficulty in a period of just over a week there really is something for everybody. Visit their website for more information. Amenities Rothbury Tourist Information Centre (one of the main centre's for the Northumberland National Park) is located in the Coquetdale Centre in the middle of the Village by the Church. The full address is The Coquetdale Centre, Church House, Church Street, Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7UP, Contact 01669 620 887. Rothbury Community Cinema was set up with the aim to bring interesting and entertaining films to the area on a regular basis without local people having to make a 60 mile round trip to the cinema. There are usually two films shown every month on a Friday evening and entrance is free (however, a small donation is requested for the use of the Jubilee Hall to pay for the heating etc). Check their website for film times. Other amenities include Rothbury Bowling Club, Coquetdale Swimming and Fitness Centre, Rothbury Lawn Tennis Club, Rothbury Football Club and Rothbury Cricket Club. For further information on what the Rothbury area has to offer please visit (website: hidden) Cheviot View at Westcliffe House is a ground floor luxury 4 star rated 2 bedroom apartment sleeping up to 4 people. The accommodation is situated with stunning scenic views of Simonside and the Coquet valley. LOG BURNING STOVE, PET FRIENDLY, FREE WIFI INTERNET ACCESS,
                          apt. / condo
                          Excellent
                          3 reviews
                          2br apt. / condo
                          • Pets Allowed
                          Coquet View at Westcliffe House is a luxury first floor, 4 star rated 2 bedroom apartment sleeping up to 4 people. The accommodation is situated within the 2 acre setting of Westcliffe House and the grounds offer stunning scenic views of Simonside and the Coquet valley. The picturesque Village of Rothbury has excellent shops, restaurants and amenities and is located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, providing an ideal base to explore rural Northumberland. Families are welcome to stay and so are members of your extended family... the dog! (one well behaved dog by prior arrangement, pet fee payable). A range of amenities including local shops, post office, cafĂŠs, country pubs and restaurants are all within easy reach in Rothbury. There are numerous local tourist attractions, riverside walks and scenic countryside within the immediate vicinity. The stunning coastline of Northumberland is just a short distance away. Cheviot View is the ideal base to explore all that Northumberland has to offer, from it's famous castles and award-winning beaches to walks, cycling, golf, water sports and fishing or one of the county's many attractions. Short breaks are subject to availability, please contact us for a quote. Known locally as the Capital of Coquetdale, the traditional Northumbrian village of Rothbury is built on a sandstone hillside. It offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it has been a local centre since the 13th century and at various times had a castle, a market and magistrate's court. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous attraction in the area. Attractions and Things To Do in Rothbury Exploring the beautiful outdoors is definitely a theme in what there is to do in and around Rothbury. It's perfectly set up for the serious walker with the Northumberland National Park and Simonside on your doorstep. There's also plenty circular walks that have Rothbury as a starting and finishing point. The area is also excellent for the keen sports person with fishing on the River Coquet and also at nearby Fontburn Reservoir. Cragside House and Gardens, the home of Lord Armstrong is just a couple of miles away and makes a fascinating day out for all the family. Other recommended places of interest include Brinkburn Priory and Goats on the Roof. Restaurants, Pubs and Cafes in Rothbury Rothbury serves as a hub for the outlying Villages and as such has a good choice of places to eat and drink. You might be surprised to hear that in such a small place not only are there a number of pubs and cafes, but there is also an Italian restaurant and an Indian restaurant! The numerous cafes are extremely popular with the walkers and there is a good choice on offer here as well. There are also a number of country pubs in the Rothbury area that are worth visiting. Shopping, Food and Supermarkets Rothbury has an award-winning selection of local, independent shops in which you can buy practically anything from meat to shoes and wine. We have highlighted the best in independent retailers including crafts and gifts, food shops, supermarkets and clothing. There are also a number of art and crafts galleries that celebrate and sell original and local crafts. Events in Rothbury Rothbury Music Festival celebrates the popularity of Folk and Traditional music in the area. The Festival takes place in July each year, has been running for over thirty years and now draws musicians from around the country. Rothbury has it's own Highland Pipe Band who always open the proceedings and display their marching and plating skills. The event consumes the whole Village with many performances and ceilidh's across the weekend. Another popular event is the Rothbury and Coquetdale Walking Festival that takes place in June annually. With many walks of differing lengths and difficulty in a period of just over a week there really is something for everybody. Visit their website for more information. Amenities Rothbury Tourist Information Centre (one of the main centre's for the Northumberland National Park) is located in the Coquetdale Centre in the middle of the Village by the Church. The full address is The Coquetdale Centre, Church House, Church Street, Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7UP, Contact 01669 620 887. Rothbury Community Cinema was set up with the aim to bring interesting and entertaining films to the area on a regular basis without local people having to make a 60 mile round trip to the cinema. There are usually two films shown every month on a Friday evening and entrance is free (however, a small donation is requested for the use of the Jubilee Hall to pay for the heating etc). Check their website for film times. Other amenities include Rothbury Bowling Club, Coquetdale Swimming and Fitness Centre, Rothbury Lawn Tennis Club, Rothbury Football Club and Rothbury Cricket Club. For further information on what the Rothbury area has to offer please visit (website: hidden) Coquet View at Westcliffe House is luxury 4 star rated 2 bedroom property sleeping up to 4 people. Situated in 2 acres of grounds with stunning scenic views of Simonside and the Coquet valley. LOG BURNING STOVE, PET FRIENDLY, FREE WIFI INTERNET ACCESS,
                          cottage
                          3br cottage
                          • Pets Allowed
                          River View at Westcliffe House is under new management and new to Holiday Lettings. This stunning property is a luxury 4 star rated three bedroom apartment sleeping up to 6 people. Idea for large family wishing to enjoy a stunning scenic retreat overlooking the Coquet valley. The picturesque Village of Rothbury has excellent shops, restaurants and amenities and is located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, providing an ideal base to explore rural Northumberland. The property has a spacious living room with French doors to patio. Kitchen/dining room with granite worktops and tiled floor. Utility. There is a Twin bedroom and a double bedroom on the first floor with an adjacent family Bathroom with over-bath shower, toilet and tiled floor. On the first floor is the master double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, toilet and tiled floor. Families are welcome to stay and so are members of your extended family... the pets! One well behaved dog welcome (two possible by prior arrangement), pet fee payable. A range of amenities including local shops, post office, cafĂŠs, country pubs and restaurants are all within easy reach in Rothbury. There are numerous local tourist attractions, riverside walks and scenic countryside within the immediate vicinity. The stunning coastline of Northumberland is just a short distance away. Cheviot View is the ideal base to explore all that Northumberland has to offer, from it's famous castles and award-winning beaches to walks, cycling, golf, water sports and fishing or one of the county's many attractions. Pets are welcome to stay at Westcliffe House. There is an additional fee of ÂŁ20 per booking and pets must be kept in a crate when left. Known locally as the Capital of Coquetdale, the traditional Northumbrian village of Rothbury is built on a sandstone hillside. It offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it has been a local centre since the 13th century and at various times had a castle, a market and magistrate's court. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous attraction in the area. Attractions and Things To Do in Rothbury Exploring the beautiful outdoors is definitely a theme in what there is to do in and around Rothbury. It's perfectly set up for the serious walker with the Northumberland National Park and Simonside on your doorstep. There's also plenty circular walks that have Rothbury as a starting and finishing point. The area is also excellent for the keen sports person with fishing on the River Coquet and also at nearby Fontburn Reservoir. Cragside House and Gardens, the home of Lord Armstrong is just a couple of miles away and makes a fascinating day out for all the family. Other recommended places of interest include Brinkburn Priory and Goats on the Roof. Restaurants, Pubs and Cafes in Rothbury Rothbury serves as a hub for the outlying Villages and as such has a good choice of places to eat and drink. You might be surprised to hear that in such a small place not only are there a number of pubs and cafes, but there is also an Italian restaurant and an Indian restaurant! The numerous cafes are extremely popular with the walkers and there is a good choice on offer here as well. There are also a number of country pubs in the Rothbury area that are worth visiting. Shopping, Food and Supermarkets Rothbury has an award-winning selection of local, independent shops in which you can buy practically anything from meat to shoes and wine. We have highlighted the best in independent retailers including crafts and gifts, food shops, supermarkets and clothing. There are also a number of art and crafts galleries that celebrate and sell original and local crafts. Events in Rothbury Rothbury Music Festival celebrates the popularity of Folk and Traditional music in the area. The Festival takes place in July each year, has been running for over thirty years and now draws musicians from around the country. Rothbury has it's own Highland Pipe Band who always open the proceedings and display their marching and plating skills. The event consumes the whole Village with many performances and ceilidh's across the weekend. Another popular event is the Rothbury and Coquetdale Walking Festival that takes place in June annually. With many walks of differing lengths and difficulty in a period of just over a week there really is something for everybody. Visit their website for more information. Amenities Rothbury Tourist Information Centre (one of the main centre's for the Northumberland National Park) is located in the Coquetdale Centre in the middle of the Village by the Church. The full address is The Coquetdale Centre, Church House, Church Street, Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7UP, Contact 01669 620 887. Rothbury Community Cinema was set up with the aim to bring interesting and entertaining films to the area on a regular basis without local people having to make a 60 mile round trip to the cinema. There are usually two films shown every month on a Friday evening and entrance is free (however, a small donation is requested for the use of the Jubilee Hall to pay for the heating etc). Check their website for film times. Other amenities include Rothbury Bowling Club, Coquetdale Swimming and Fitness Centre, Rothbury Lawn Tennis Club, Rothbury Football Club and Rothbury Cricket Club. For further information on what the Rothbury area has to offer please visit (website: hidden) River View at Westcliffe House is a luxury 4 star rated three bedroom holiday home sleeping up to 6 people. Situated in 2 acres of grounds with stunning scenic views of Simonside and the Coquet valley. PET FRIENDLY, FREE WIFI INTERNET ACCESS, 2 ACRES OF GROUNDS
                          cottage
                          Excellent
                          8 reviews
                          3br cottage
                            Meadowfield house is a stone built holiday cottage situated in the small enchanting market town of Wooler nestled in the foot hills of the Cheviots in beautiful north Northumberland. A favourite of walkers and cyclists and a short drive to the Scottish border and the coast. There is a selection of pubs and restaurants, children's entertainment and a indoor pool all walking distance. A well equipped cosy and comfy stone built house sleeps 6 + with three double bedrooms ( two doubles and one twin ) there is a travel cot and folding bed available, bathroom with over bath shower and cosy lounge with woodburning stove to complement the full central heating, spacious separate relaxing dining room, fully equipped kitchen. Private enclosed garden with lawn and summerhouse with patio to rear. gas and electricity included.
                            apt. / condo
                            Excellent
                            3 reviews
                            2br apt. / condo
                              This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                              cottage
                              2br cottage
                                The sound of silence! A delightful cottage set in a tranquil country setting. The cottage is full of character and enjoys views in all directions, over farmland, northwards toward the Cheviot Hills and southwards towards Thrunton Woods. This cared-for cottage is spacious but cosy and provides an ideal base to relax for the day or from which to explore. Rothlea is only 10 minutes drive from Alnwick, home to the Duke of Northumberland, visit Alnwick Castle, Alnwick Garden, Museum and the famous Barter Bookssecond hand bookshop. Rothbury, with small local shops and lovely views is only quarter of an hour away - drive past The National Trust's Cragside House and Gardens along the way. The coast and Cheviot Hills are within 20 minutes or perhaps you'd prefer to enjoy walking from the property up to Thrunton Woods or an hour's circular walk around the village. Steps down from the gravelled parking area to a west facing entrance porch. The solid oak front door leads to a compact hall with shoe box, main staircase and access to the large open-plan sitting room. The beamed ceilings, log burning stove, huge stone fireplace and large sofas provide atmosphere and character and charm to this tranquil room. There is a snug area behind the fireplace offering more space. The large flatscreen television, Blue ray DVD player, Video and stereo midi system and wireless internet access are all available or just settle onto one of the two large sofas with a holiday book to read. The stripped pine cupboard has a selection of books, DVDs videos, games and local guides. Two steps lead down to the hall which has an oak desk, telephone for emergency or incoming calls, Wi-Fi or ethernet internet connection, information folders, maps, guides etc. Views over pastures to the rear, a coat rack with hooks and access one way to the shower room or through a glazed door to the kitchen. The shower room has a semi circular shower cubicle with electric shower, an airing cupboard, heated towel rail, wash hand basin and WC with views over the fields! The fully fitted kitchen/diner has a beamed ceiling, double oven electric cooker, ceramic hob, dishwasher, washing machine, walk-in pantry, microwave, fridge/freezer, old stripped pine table and digital radio with ipod/mp3 input connection. The bay window gives panoramic views over the fields towards the hills behind Alnwick. There is a rear porch with glazed door, spare seating, shoe rack and bird food tin. Step down to a private enclosed yard with open views, a bird table and a garden bench - ideal for a cup of morning coffee in the sun. Bedroom 1: the main bedroom has a king sized bed, sloping ceiling, wall of fitted wardrobes and panoramic views from the west facing bay window. Bedroom 2: a smaller room with single sleigh bed, gentleman's wardrobe chest, sloping ceiling and east facing views over grass pastures. Separate small cloakroom with wash hand basin and WC. Oil fired central heating and wood burning stove. Heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and an initial supply of logs included - more wood can be purchased locally at the petrol station. Bird tables at both the front and rear of the cottage, private off road parking. Garden seating available to the front and back of the cottage. Telephone for incoming and emergency calls. Wireless broadband. Facilities also include: • Graco travel cot (93cm x 65.5cm) • Hairdryer • Iron and ironing board • Vacuum cleaner • Cleaning materials • Welcome tray (incl. local paper, biscuits, tea, coffee and milk ) Short breaks are available at this property, please ask us for details. Situated on a sunny spot on a quiet country lane just outside the village.
                                cottage
                                Excellent
                                1 review
                                2br cottage
                                • Pets Allowed
                                This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                                house
                                1br house
                                  This end terraced, single storey cottage is located in the village of Powburn, 9 miles from Alnwick in Northumberland and can sleep two people in one bedroom. This single storey, end terraced former country estate workers' cottage is situated in the village square in Powburn, near to the town of Alnwick in Northumberland. Offering accommodation all over the ground floor, the cottage sleeps two people in one double bedroom and has a bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and WC. The rest of the cottage comprises a modern kitchen and a sitting room with dining area and an Inglenook fireplace with woodburner. Outside the cottage there is off road parking for two cars, and a children's play park is available approximately 50 metres away.With the National Park a 5 minute drive away and the Heritage Coast within travelling distance, this is a great cottage base from which to explore Northumberland. Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburner. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD player. Fuel, power and initial supply for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Front seating area with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 4 mins walk, pub 1 mile, children's park available 50 yards from property. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: Powburn is a small, pretty village in Northumberland, offering a shop and pub, and surrounded by glorious countryside. Located at the foothills of the Cheviots, Powburn is within easy reach of the town of Alnwick, which offers a host of amenities and an impressive castle and gardens. The village makes an ideal base for exploring the Northumberland National Park, the Heritage Coastline and National Trust's Cragside country house and gardens. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This end terraced, single storey cottage is located in the village of Powburn, 9 miles from Alnwick in Northumberland and can sleep two people in one bedroom. This single storey, end terraced former country estate workers' cottage is situated in the village square in Powburn, near to the town of Alnwick in Northumberland. Offering accommodation all over the ground floor, the cottage sleeps two people in one double bedroom and has a bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and WC. The rest of the cottage comprises a modern kitchen and a sitting room with dining area and an Inglenook fireplace with woodburner. Outside the cottage there is off road parking for two cars, and a children's play park is available approximately 50 metres away.With the National Park a 5 minute drive away and the Heritage Coast within travelling distance, this is a great cottage base from which to explore Northumberland. Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburner. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD player. Fuel, power and initial supply for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Front seating area with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 4 mins walk, pub 1 mile, children's park available 50 yards from property. Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife. Town: Powburn is a small, pretty village in Northumberland, offering a shop and pub, and surrounded by glorious countryside. Located at the foothills of the Cheviots, Powburn is within easy reach of the town of Alnwick, which offers a host of amenities and an impressive castle and gardens. The village makes an ideal base for exploring the Northumberland National Park, the Heritage Coastline and National Trust's Cragside country house and gardens. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                                  cottage
                                  Excellent
                                  13 reviews
                                  3br cottage
                                  • Pets Allowed
                                  The Malt House is a stone built property located in the beautiful village centre and offers warm, comfortable accommodation for up to five guests in three bedrooms. The deceptively spacious property offers a modern interior including an entrance hallway with downstairs WC, fully fitted dining kitchen with gas hob and electric oven, , washing machine, microwave and fridge freezer along with a dining table and chairs. The spacious lounge comfortably seats five people with large patio doors. There is a twin bedroom, double bedroom, single room and family bathroom. Outside there and to the rear there is a small private courtyard. To the front there is off road parking. The picturesque Village of Rothbury has excellent shops, restaurants and amenities and is located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, providing an ideal base to explore rural Northumberland. Families are welcome to stay and so are members of your extended family... the pets! We are happy to accept one well behaved dog at this property and there is a pet fee payable. Please enquire if you have more than one dog and let us know the breed and we still may accept your booking. A range of amenities including local shops, post office, cafĂŠs, country pubs and restaurants are all within easy walking distance of the property. There are numerous local tourist attractions, riverside walks and scenic countryside within the immediate vicinity. Don't forget to bring some bread along to feed the ducks by the river! The stunning coastline of Northumberland is just a short distance away. Cheviot View is the ideal base to explore all that Northumberland has to offer, from it's famous castles and award-winning beaches to walks, cycling, golf, water sports and fishing or one of the county's many attractions. Contact us with any enquiries stay,at,northumberlandholidays,dot,com Subject to a minimum booking value of ÂŁ200. Three nights breaks are worked out at 65% of the weekly rate and four night breaks will be 75%. Rothbury Known locally as the Capital of Coquetdale, the traditional Northumbrian village of Rothbury is built on a sandstone hillside. It offers an excellent range of shops, with many art galleries, tea rooms, cafes and pubs. It makes a very convenient base for fishing and for walking into the Northumberland National Park and Simonside, as well as offering less strenuous riverside walks. Rothbury lies near the centre of rural Northumberland, 12 miles from Alnwick, 15 miles from Morpeth and 29 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. As such it has been a local centre since the 13th century and at various times had a castle, a market and magistrate's court. Nearby Cragside House and Gardens, home to Lord Armstrong is perhaps the most famous attraction in the area. Attractions and Things To Do in Rothbury Exploring the beautiful outdoors is definitely a theme in what there is to do in and around Rothbury. It's perfectly set up for the serious walker with the Northumberland National Park and Simonside on your doorstep. There's also plenty circular walks that have Rothbury as a starting and finishing point. The area is also excellent for the keen sports person with fishing on the River Coquet and also at nearby Fontburn Reservoir. Cragside House and Gardens, the home of Lord Armstrong is just a couple of miles away and makes a fascinating day out for all the family. Other recommended places of interest include Brinkburn Priory and Goats on the Roof. Restaurants, Pubs and Cafes in Rothbury Rothbury serves as a hub for the outlying Villages and as such has a good choice of places to eat and drink. You might be surprised to hear that in such a small place not only are there a number of pubs and cafes, but there is also an Italian restaurant and an Indian restaurant! The numerous cafes are extremely popular with the walkers and there is a good choice on offer here as well. There are also a number of country pubs in the Rothbury area that are worth visiting. Shopping, Food and Supermarkets Rothbury has an award-winning selection of local, independent shops in which you can buy practically anything from meat to shoes and wine. We have highlighted the best in independent retailers including crafts and gifts, food shops, supermarkets and clothing. There are also a number of art and crafts galleries that celebrate and sell original and local crafts. Events in Rothbury Rothbury Music Festival celebrates the popularity of Folk and Traditional music in the area. The Festival takes place in July each year, has been running for over thirty years and now draws musicians from around the country. Rothbury has it's own Highland Pipe Band who always open the proceedings and display their marching and plating skills. The event consumes the whole Village with many performances and ceilidh's across the weekend. Another popular event is the Rothbury and Coquetdale Walking Festival that takes place in June annually. With many walks of differing lengths and difficulty in a period of just over a week there really is something for everybody. Visit their website for more information. Amenities Rothbury Tourist Information Centre (one of the main centre's for the Northumberland National Park) is located in the Coquetdale Centre in the middle of the Village by the Church. The full address is The Coquetdale Centre, Church House, Church Street, Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7UP, Contact 01669 620 887. Rothbury Community Cinema was set up with the aim to bring interesting and entertaining films to the area on a regular basis without local people having to make a 60 mile round trip to the cinema. There are usually two films shown every month on a Friday evening and entrance is free (however, a small donation is requested for the use of the Jubilee Hall to pay for the heating etc). Check their website for film times. Other amenities include Rothbury Bowling Club, Coquetdale Swimming and Fitness Centre, Rothbury Lawn Tennis Club, Rothbury Football Club and Rothbury Cricket Club. For further information on what the Rothbury area has to offer please visit (website: hidden) The Malt House is a self catering holiday home a stone's throw away from the River Coquet. Located in a quiet cul de sac in the beautiful Village of Rothbury close to all the local amenities making it a perfect location to explore Northumberland.