This mid terrace stone cottage rests on the outskirts of Belford and boasts far-reaching countryside views of the fields and beyond.
A breath of fresh air; couples or friends can feel right at home in this welcoming retreat, that promises a peaceful stay all year round.
Enter into the light and airy sitting room, home to leather seating and neutral décor.
You will look forward to relaxing here throughout the day, perhaps with a good book.
The nearby kitchen is home to all those essentials you may need and the spacious interior makes a lovely place to prepare your favourite meals.
A utility room lies across the way for your convenience.
Take the stairs up to the two bedrooms, pretty and inviting, with soothing colours and views looking out over the garden.
This is the perfect ambience for relaxing in comfort before drifting into a good nights sleep.
On this floor you will also find a wet room with a walk-in shower, ideal for getting ready ahead of your day, before an adventure filled afternoon.
Wander outside to make the most of this desirable location, where you can admire the landscape and farmland that rests in the distance.
Belford offers a variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and a nine-hole golf course.
It is ideally placed for exploring the Northumbrian Coastal Route, Cheviots, the renowned Northumberland Coastline and the Scottish Borders.
Alternatively, cross to Holy Island to visit the historic Lindisfarne Priory.
Make yourself at home in this scenic location.
About the location
Alnwick 15 miles; Berwick-upon-Tweed 15 miles; Bamburgh 5 miles.
The picturesque Northumberland village of Belford lies in the heart of Heritage countryside, midway between the popular walled towns of Alnwick and Berwick-upon-Tweed. The pretty coastal village of Bamburgh, with its sweeping beaches and dramatic castle, is only a short drive away. Belford itself is an old coaching village with a pleasant square and offers a variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and a nine-hole golf course. It is ideally placed for exploring the Northumbrian Coastal Route, Cheviots, the renowned Northumberland Coastline and the Scottish Borders. The opportunity to visit the bird sanctuary or seal colony on the famous Farne Islands with boat trips running daily from nearby Seahouses, is not to be missed. Alternatively check the tide times and cross to Holy Island to visit the historic Lindisfarne Priory.