This delightful, stone-built, 19th century terraced cottage, lies on the edge of the popular market town of Haltwhistle in Northumberland.
Furnished to a good standard, this Haltwhistle cottage boasts a lovely sitting room with dining area, a well-equipped kitchen, two cosy bedrooms and a ground floor shower room, perfect for couples and small families.
To the outside of this Haltwhistle cottage there is a patio area with outdoor furniture, where you can enjoy a cold drink on a sunny evening.
The town centre of Haltwhistle is within walking distance and offers an abundance of local shops and pubs.
This charming Haltwhistle cottage is situated close to excellent walking, fishing and cycling.
Only a mile away from this Haltwhistle cottage is Hadrian's Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is dotted with Roman forts, milecastles, temples and archaeological sites.
A short drive away are the ancient sites of Vindolanda, Houseteads, Chesters and Corbridge, which offer regular battle re-enactments in full costume, plus a little further afield is the Heritage Coast of Northumberland and the gardens and castle at Alnwick.
A terrific Haltwhistle holiday cottage.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1203 and Ref. 6796 to accommodate 12.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x adult bunks. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Hexham 17 miles.
Known as the 'Centre of Britain' this small market town is a great place from which to explore both Northumberland and Cumbria. Haltwhistle boasts a good range of shops and pubs - one of which, The Black Bull, is a real ale pub serving good food! There is an excellent leisure centre with heated open air swimming pool and cycle hire in the town, with pony trekking nearby. One of the best preserved stretches of Hadrian's Wall is only a mile to the north with various museums, forts and milecastles to be seen. There is even an ongoing 'dig' at the nearby site of Vindolanda. This truly is magnificent walking, riding and cycling country, with the Pennine Way and various bridleways and cycle routes passing rivers, forests, castles and of course, Hadrian's Wall. Visitors will enjoy this location in all weather and all seasons – a regular train and bus service from the town to Newcastle, The Metro Centre and Carlisle, means that you can leave the car behind and enjoy!