Belford 1.5 miles.
A superb stone-built barn conversion set amongst unspoilt countryside, four miles from the picture postcard village of Bamburgh.
Tastefully converted, this cottage is perfect for couples or small families seeking a rural setting close to the many delights of the Heritage Coast.
This luxury cottage offers tasteful interiors, with a spacious open plan kitchen/diner opening out to the patio via French doors.
The first floor living area has a warming woodburner to settle beside and sumptuous sofas to sink into, from where you can enjoy the far-reaching views through the Velux windows, towards the coast.
The comfortable bedrooms in this lovely cottage are a welcomed delight at the end of a long day, with quality mattresses and tasteful bedding; essential for a great night’s rest.
To the front of the Coach House, you’ll find a patio area - a great spot to sit back and relax in the sunshine with a glass of something chilled.
There are some excellent pub/restaurants just a short drive away should the chef in your party fancy a night off; head to Bamburgh and check out The Mizen Head, The Castle or The Lord Crew for some really tasty food, or The Pack Horse at Ellingham offers a cracking Sunday lunch.
The stunning history of Northumberland is all waiting to be discovered just a short drive from your cottage, with stunning castles and endless beaches all within easy reach.
This perfectly-located cottage is ideal for a countryside break close to the coastline.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. First floor sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Alnwick 15 miles; Berwick-upon-Tweed 15 miles; Bamburgh 5 miles.
The picturesque Northumberland village of Belford lies in the heart of Heritage countryside, midway between the popular walled towns of Alnwick and Berwick-upon-Tweed. The pretty coastal village of Bamburgh, with its sweeping beaches and dramatic castle, is only a short drive away. Belford itself is an old coaching village with a pleasant square and offers a variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and a nine-hole golf course. It is ideally placed for exploring the Northumbrian Coastal Route, Cheviots, the renowned Northumberland Coastline and the Scottish Borders. The opportunity to visit the bird sanctuary or seal colony on the famous Farne Islands with boat trips running daily from nearby Seahouses, is not to be missed. Alternatively check the tide times and cross to Holy Island to visit the historic Lindisfarne Priory.