This stone terraced cottage built in the 1850's lies in the conservation area of historic village of Norham and promises a lovely get away for families, couples or friends.
As you enter, you will be welcomed by a delightful hallway, where you can leave your belongings before wandering inside.
The nicely decorated sitting room boasts a wood burner so you can feel right at home amongst the warm and cosy ambience from morning to evening.
A characterful hatch window overlooks the kitchen area, ideal for socialising with your loved ones as you prepare those home cooked meals.
Then you can rest at the nearby dining table, before sitting back and watching TV in the comfort of it all.
On the ground floor you will also find a cloakroom.
Take the stairs to arrive at a single bedroom which also houses an alcove for any extras you brought along.
The king-size bedroom offers a comfortable environment to relax with a good book or enjoy some quiet time after a day of adventure.
Lastly, a family bathroom holds everything you need to get ready in style.
On a free afternoon, why not wander outside to the raised garden, where you can unwind and plan your trips for the week.
All the local amenities of Norham are only a walk away; from charming pubs to a bakery and grocer.
Berwick-upon-Tweed is just seven miles, at the northern tip of Northumberland’s beautiful Heritage Coast, boasting many restaurants, cafes, and a nearby links golf course.
The Scottish capital of Edinburgh is also 40 minutes by train from Berwick.
A holiday to remember.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area with woodburner.
About the location
Berwick-upon-Tweed 7 miles.
The historic village of Norham is most famous for its splendid Norman Castle ruins overlooking the river tweed, painted by Turner in 1845. The village has an excellent butcher and bakery, a Post Office, grocer, newsagent and two pubs, with an award-winning restaurant at the Wheatsheaf pub at nearby Swinton. Berwick-upon-Tweed is just 7 miles away, at the northern tip of Northumberland’s beautiful Heritage Coast, boasting many restaurants, cafes, pubs and a nearby links golf course. The Scottish capital of Edinburgh is just 40 minutes by train from Berwick. A superb base for exploring all North Northumberland has to offer.