This stone-built cottage dating from 1915 is situated next to the owners home, tucked away into a honeypot location; a little oasis of calm and tranquility.
Well-suited for a small family or even couples wanting to get away-from-it-all, Teviot Cottage has been carefully perfected with a true sense of style, and summery colours to uplift the interior wholeheartedly.
Contemporary and inviting, the owners have spared no expense, from the Velux windows that welcome in an abundance of light, to the handmade bunk room, this retreat is a lovely place to stay.
Continue through the property to the sleek sitting room with its pretty accessories and coordinated colour scheme - your own haven to unwind any time of day.
Wander across to the modern kitchen which is elevated by low lighting oozing from door size windows that can be opened two ways.
There is also a walk-in shower room designed to that of a luxury hotel standard, comprising an all-white suite.
The two bedrooms are laced in pastel colours, the first is presented as a king-size whilst the second bunk room includes an architect-designed cabin style, with a horizontal bed above.
In the mornings you can make the most of the small private paved front garden with its flower borders, mature apple and magnolia trees, ideal for a warm cup of tea before the day begins.
Alternatively catch the last of the evening sunshine on the patio area at the rear of the cottage.
Corbridge is one of the most fashionable locations in the North of England.
It’s a vibrant, historic village centred on the Market square and St. Andrews Saxon church.The village has a selection of unique independent shops, renowned pubs, cafes and restaurants as well as lovely walks by the river.
The village is situated in the Tyne Valley, just 20 miles to the West of Newcastle and 3 miles to the East of the Market Town of Hexham.
It is the perfect base to explore Hadrian’s Wall as well as everything that Newcastle upon Tyne has to offer.
Hadrian’s Wall and Housesteads Fort are nearby, whilst the market town of Hexham is well worth a visit, with its narrow streets, selection of shops and 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 distance.
This is a beautiful retreat not to be missed.