Rothbury 1 mile.
A wonderful detached cottage situated in the heart of Whitton, beautifully furnished with a magnificent rural outlook to elevate your holiday experience.
Perfect for couples or a small family, this retreat is a homely and inviting base to start your adventures from, or a relaxing spot to unwind after a fun filled afternoon.
The front door leads through to a lovely kitchen with stunning features and a breakfast bar for a warm cup of tea in the early hours.
The opposite side of the room houses an open-plan living area, complemented by two sumptuous sofas and a woodburner-effect fire for those cosy nights in.
After the sun sets, you can make use of the dining table, including seating for six people, so everyone can come together and enjoy an appetising meal in comfort.
Two bedrooms, a double and a single, are presented to a standard of quality with neutral décor and a classic overtone.
The shower room is neat and immaculate, with contemporary fittings and a modern theme that flows throughout.
For a special touch, stairs lead up to a third bedroom, an elegant hideaway overlooked by Velux windows that welcome natural views inside.
An exceptional bathroom accompanies this room, boasting an all-white suite, joined by a bath with a handheld shower.
In your leisure time wander out towards Rothbury, with its selection of shops and amenities.
Home to a golf course, public tennis courts and cycle hire close by, there is much to explore.
In close proximity to Northumberland’s National Park there are excellent walking opportunities, whilst Hadrian’s Wall, Kielder Reservoir and Forest, and dunes of the coast are also within easy driving distance.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite bath, handheld shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor single. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan sitting, kitchen, and dining area with gas woodburner and breakfast bar.
About the location
Alnwick 10 miles.
The capital of Coquetdale, Rothbury lies on the north bank of the famous salmon and trout river, the Coquet, and is dominated by the heather clad Simonside Hills. It is an attractive, small market town and its proximity to Northumberland’s National Park ensures excellent local walking. Stone houses, typical of the region, line the town’s steep main streets and there is a good range of shops on offer. With a golf course, public tennis courts and cycle hire close by and a variety of great houses and gardens to explore, including Cragside, Alnwick Castle (home of the Duke of Northumberland), Wallington Hall and a host of famous castles, this great location has plenty to offer. Hadrian’s Wall, Kielder Reservoir and Forest and the sandy beaches and dunes of the coast are also within easy driving distance.