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Alnmouth 9 miles; Alnwick 11 miles.
Acklington is a small rural village located just a few miles from the coast and its near neighbour Warkworth. The village has a pub with bar and restaurant (open weekends only in the winter) and, with the many activities and groups held locally, offers a real sense of community spirit. The River Coquet meanders past the village, with a picturesque view from Guyzance Bridge. There is a limited bus and train service to Alnwick, Newcastle and Alnmouth, and the whole of the coast is within easy driving distance. Warkworth, 4 miles away, is a pretty village, dominated by the dramatic ruins of its 12th Century castle. The main street is lined with Georgian and early Victorian houses and there is an exceptional range of galleries and antique shops, a village shop-cum-post office, pubs, restaurants and gift shops to suit all tastes. Warkworth has its own stretch of sandy beach and a 9-hole 'pay and play' golf course. Also within easy touring distance are Hadrian's Wall, Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island, the Farne Islands, several wonderful beaches and Alnwick Garden with its remarkable water cascade.
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Acklington 1 mile. These three cosy Northumbria cottages lie on the outskirts of the rural village of Acklington, and are situated next to a traditional pub and near to the convenience of a railway station. These single-storey cottages have been furnished to a good standard and provide welcoming bedrooms, all with en-suites, and one even has a four poster bed. These light and airy Northumbria cottages have a comfy sitting room, which is perfect to relax in after a busy day exploring the area, a well-equipped, fitted kitchen and dining area. The cottages are built alongside the historic Railway Inn, once the watering hole for airmen stationed at the nearby air base. There is so much to see and do in the area, with the beautiful coastline offering miles of golden sands, the stunning Northumberland National Park and the picturesque villages of the Heritage Coast all nearby. Within driving distance are the wonderful Alnwick Castle, made famous as Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter films, Warkworth Castle, and the National Trust owned Cragside House and Gardens. These three Northumbria cottages are ideal at any time of the year.
This lovely, single-storey Northumbria cottage has one double bedroom, with en-suite, a well-equipped fitted kitchen, a welcoming sitting room with dining area, plus a garden area. A Northumbria cottage that is ideal for couples on a romantic retreat. This Northumbria cottage can be booked with Refs 4206 and 10572 to accommodate 8.
All ground floor. One four-poster double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin & WC. Well-equipped kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
Electric night storage heaters with woodburning stove in sitting room. Electric oven, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV, DVD, stereo/CD, radio, books/games. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent. Extra wood can be purchased from owner. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Small gravelled garden area with furniture. Off road parking for two cars. Two well-behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 2.5 miles. Traditional country pub with restaurant next door. Note: Trains pass a short distance from property approx. every half an hour throughout the day.
Open until 9.30pm
Previous visitors' comments about Stable Cottage:
Lovely location, helpful hosts and a wonderful cottage. Couldn't have asked for anything better. Will certainly return!
Mr Hodgson, Rotherham, March 2013
Owners very friendly.
Cottage in a great location.
Mr Kitchen, Sleaford, October 2012
A most relaxing and quiet location, the cottage could not be faulted nor could the location with closeness to the Inn and easy access to East coast of Northumberland. The beaches were second to none, weather helped, plenty to see and do. Would definitely return in future.
Mr Crawshaw, Swadlincote, July 2012
A good location for touring around the area which we had not done before. Friendly people, nice and quiet, despite adjoining the pub and being next to the main line railway station it was very quiet and peaceful.
Miss Jones, Worthing, May 2012