This old terraced cottage rests in the heart of the well-appointed market town of Morpeth in Northumberland.
With first-class facilities and some astounding natural beauty nearby, this is the perfect location for a family break away.
A stylish and fully-equipped kitchen welcomes you in, lined with cream coloured units and attractive tiling.
This leads you into a contemporary living/diner, complete with an attractive electric fire and a charming family dining table, making this a wonderful spot to kick back and relax with your loved ones.
A stunning charcoal grey staircase brings you to the first floor, where you will discover two beautiful, smartly finished bedrooms, including a stylish king-size zip/ink and a triple bunk room perfect for families with young children.
An immaculate family bathroom completes this divine accommodation with a touch of class.
Before yet another fun-packed day begins, take a moment to sit out on the lovely courtyard and enjoy your morning coffee, or perhaps treat yourself to one from the Weatsheaf Coffee Shop just next door.
The quality amenities of Morpeth sit just a stone's throw away, along with its charming buildings and Chantry Bagpipe Museum.
Nearby there is much to see and do; the Northumberland Coast AONB and Northumberland National Park are both easily reachable and are both magnificent for walking, cycling and just simply admiring sublime natural beauty.
For something different, the thriving city of Newcastle offers elite shopping facilities.
Make your break one to remember with a stay at this wonderful Morpeth cottage.
Two bedrooms: 1 x triple bunk, 1 x king-size (zip/link, can be twins on request). Bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room with electric fire.
About the location
Newcastle 14 miles; Alnwick 19 miles.
The lovely market town of Morpeth is situated centrally in Northumberland and is an ideal base from which to reach the coast or countryside. Offering the remains of an historic castle, lovely parks, riverside walks, ancient architecture and churches and an old chantry with a bagpipe museum, Morpeth is also ideal for visiting surrounding attractions such as Druridge Bay to the east, with miles of golden sands, the vibrant city of Newcastle to the south, Alnwick to the north, with its castle and gardens and the National Trust's Wallington Hall to the west. There is also access to the Simonside and Cheviot Hills, with good walking amidst beautiful countryside.