Packed with elegant charm and traditional character, this Grade II listed cottage rests in a mid-terrace position within the friendly Northumberland village of Corbridge.
The property has been designed to an elegant, high-quality standard and rests within simple reach of beautiful countryside, fascinating towns and a wealth of attractions, making it a superb base for a small family or group of friends.
Step into this classy retreat and reveal a sumptuous open-plan living area, graced with soothing, neutral furnishings making it a real home-away-from-home.
A lovely little dining table rests to the side of the room, while a snug leather sofa rests in front of the alluring woodburning stove so you can but your feet up after a long day of enthralling activity.
The nearby kitchen area comes lined with stylish, grey-coloured units which host all of the appliances that you will require during your stay.
Take the stairs to the first floor where you will discover two simply gorgeous bedrooms, the single room enjoys a peaceful and refreshing setup, charmed with rustic exposed beams and uplifted by a stunning feature window, reminding you of the building's fascinating character.
The master double room is furnished in an equally impressive manner, benefiting from an attractive feature fireplace and sitting close to a glistening, all-white family bathroom.
The delights of Corbridge lie right on your doorstep, you can find a delightful assortment of excellent cafés, pubs and eateries and is an excellent base for touring this tremendous area.
The fabulous market town of Hexham is easy to reach and is more than worth a stroll around, while those who prefer the outdoors can explore the North Pennines AONB, Kielder Forest Park or the Northumberland National Park with ease.
An exquisite retreat for small groups to make the most of at any time of year.
About the location
Hexham 3 miles; Newcastle 16 miles.
A delightful historic village surrounded by beautiful unspoilt Northumbrian countryside, Corbridge offers much of interest, including specialist shops, old inns and a 12th century bridge spanning the river. Hadrian’s Wall and Housesteads Fort are nearby, whilst the market town of Hexham is a few miles away and is well worth a visit, with its narrow bustling streets, good selection of shops and a fascinating abbey boasting 15th century paintings and a fine Saxon crypt. The Border Country, Northumbrian coast, Kielder Forest with cycling and watersports, Beamish Open Air Museum and Durham Cathedral are all within easy motoring distance, while the Gateshead Metro Centre (one of the largest shopping centres in Europe) can be found 20 miles to the east. Excellent golf and fly and coarse fishing are also available locally.