Rede River Cottage rests amidst the undulating countryside of Northumberland, with the lovely village of West Woodburn just two miles away.
This is a fine location for enjoying a wealth of outdoor activities and some of the area's most popular cities and towns rest within driving distance, making this superb getaway an ideal stay for couples and families.
This cottage is situated on a multi award winning farm, bright and spacious inside, this is a real home-from-home.
The kitchen is fully equipped with first-class appliances so the chef of the group can work their magic in excellent style.
When you're not out exploring the wonderful walking and opportunities close by, you can put your feet up in the wonderful living room, an enticing and modern woodburner rests in the corner so you can relax and watch the TV or sit down to a delicious meal with the company of the roaring fire.
This area also benefits from luscious countryside views to make it that extra bit special.
Each bedroom has been designed with comfort and peace in mind, Rede River Cottage thoughtfully boasts a bedroom sleeping two with the addition of a lavish en-suite bathroom, along with two double bedrooms perfect for couples to make the most of.
On sunnier days, choose to sit back on the patio or stroll the extensive lawns that surround the cottage.
Alternatively, you can enjoy fishing on the River Rede, or on the private lake at the property, or take yourself on a scenic walk.
Close by, the charming village of West Woodburn provides a fabulous pub serving food and a Post Office with a store, this welcoming spot also leads you into the glorious Northumberland National Park, here you can discover the world-famous Hadrian's Wall, along with the beautiful Kielder Forest and the Cheviot Hills.
For a lively and bustling day out, the vibrant city of Newcastle offers shopping, wining and dining spots of the highest order, while also hosting a vast array of activities to suit all tastes.
Bring your friends and family along to Rede River Cottage for an unforgettable Northumberland break away.