An immaculate, lower ground floor modern flat in a detached house in the heart of Prudhoe in Northumberland, below the owner's home.
With its compact, open plan living and simply magnificent location, The Annex @ Garden House is ideal for a romantic couples break in the North East of England.
The open plan living area oozes class and modernity with a clear-glass dining table and contemporary kitchen, this fresh, lively apartment is the perfect base whilst exploring the fascinating town of Prudhoe.
The apartment is furnished by rustic wooden furniture and doors that really set it off, including the large, airy bedroom complete with wooden bed, tables and towering wardrobe.
The double bedroom has access to a delightful little garden area with a charming patio overlooking a pretty flowerbed.
The town of Prudhoe is vibrant and full of character, with ancient buildings and a castle along with activities such as Prudhoe Waterworld leisure centre and a golf club.
The historic market towns of Corbridge and Hexham are a short drive away and the delights of Hadrian's Wall and the visitor centre at Vindolanda are waiting to be explored.
Nearby to Prudhoe sit some of England's most fascinating and charming cities including Newcastle, Gateshead and Durham which are all well worth a visit if you get the time, all contain stunning architecture and an endless amount of things to do.
All lower ground floor. One double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed. Utility.
About the location
Newcastle 10 miles; Gateshead 10 miles, Durham 25 miles
A stunning, historical town in the South of Northumberland, Prudhoe is a place offering a lot in terms of amenities, history and culture and is located around 11 miles west of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Prudhoe is home to a Norman castle which has been involved in many previous wars between England and Scotland. The town holds a number of different pubs, shops and restaurants as well as a leisure centre and a golf course, making this town a must-visit at any time of year. There are some good local walks to enjoy including the riverside walk following the River Tyne to Wylam, plus the town enjoys good rail and bus links to the east and west. Nearby is the bustling city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne offering everything you can imagine, the Northumberland National Park also lies just 30 miles north. For mountain bikers the Kielder Forest, Hamsterley Forest and the nearer Chopwell Woods all offer routes of varying levels. With easy access to the Northumberland Coast this is an ideal base for exploring Northumberland.