A delightful semi-detached stone cottage, built in 1820 in the peaceful and historic village of Harbottle, situated in idyllic Upper Coquetdale within the Northumberland National Park, with the Cheviots and the Simonside Hills nearby.
Brackenlea has been beautifully furnished throughout with luxurious touches to provide a cosy and romantic, countryside retreat, ideal for a couple, family or group of friends.
The open plan ground floor has all you need to rustle up a tasty meal and the gorgeous leather sofas are ideal to curl up upon and rest tired limbs after a long day of walking or sightseeing.
On the first floor you will find a shower room and two charming, cosy bedrooms, with one of the beds having a handy zip/link facility, meaning this will appeal to different party sizes.
Just a short drive away are Cragside Hall at Rothbury, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, the Heritage Coastline and Hadrian’s Wall, or why not spend your time just exploring the stunning local area with its spectacular walking and cycling routes right on your doorstep?
A wonderful destination, with Brackenlea Cottage offering the perfect base for those wanting to truly experience Northumberland at its very best.
About the location
Alwinton 1.5 miles; Rothbury 9 miles.
The delightful village of Harbottle is situated in the Upper Coquet Valley, between the grassy Cheviots and the more rugged Harbottle Hills. Rural Harbottle has an old village pub and a ruined medieval castle, and is conveniently located in the Northumberland National Park, from where you will find the Simonside Hills, which provide some of the best walking and cycling in the county. Take a walk to the ancient Drake Stone believed to be endowed with supernatural powers or seek out Gallows Edge where many a poor soul met their end at the hands of the Lord of Redesdale. Nearby Rothbury has an array of excellent shops, tea rooms, a golf course, public tennis court, cycle hire and of course the famous Cragside Hall to explore. A short drive away and there's more history to explore in the form of wonderful castles and endless beaches of the Heritage Coastline, plus a little further afield are the beautiful Kielder Water and Hadrian’s Wall.