This lovely single-storey, stone-built cottage is centrally located in the Northumberland village of Longhorsley, just 14 miles south of Alnwick and five miles north of Morpeth.
Comfortably furnished throughout this cosy cottage makes a great base for exploring this delightful area.
The small kitchen has all that is required to rustle up a simple supper which can be enjoyed in the dining area and then relax in the sitting area whilst planning your next day’s activities.
After a busy day out and about, there is a charming bedroom with an en-suite shower for a welcome retreat at the end of the day.
To the rear of this pleasant cottage there is a pretty garden with furniture, an ideal spot for unwinding with a cup of coffee and a good book.
The friendly village of Longhorsley has all you could want for a stay in the countryside and is within walking distance of two pubs, both serving good food and real ale, and a useful local store.
Why not take a short drive to Longframlington with its award-winning grocer's store and butcher's shop?
Alternatively, have a day out exploring Thrunton Wood, just the spot for a woodland walk or mountain biking - the spectacular views of the Cheviots from the top are worth the effort.
To the west lies Rothbury, with Cragside Hall, a very popular National Trust attraction, and all within easy reach, as are the delights of Northumberland's ancient castles including Warkworth, Dunstanburgh, Bamburgh and Alnwick with its amazing gardens.
This lovely cottage is perfectly located for touring the beautiful, unspoilt county of Northumberland.
About the location
Rothbury 9 miles; Alnwick 14 miles.
The pretty village of Longhorsley sits at the heart of rural Northumberland, between the Cheviots and the coast and provides great access to a range of great walks and cycle routes. The village offers a local pub serving good food, a hairdressers and a local store. The bustling village of Rothbury lies just 9 miles to the west, nestling between the Simonside and Lordenshaw Hills with the River Coquet meandering through the centre. Brinkburn Priory is a pleasant, short drive away - a restored Augustinian Priory in a most lovely setting beside the River Coquet. On the outskirts of Rothbury is the National Trust’s Cragside House and Gardens, whilst the Heritage Coast with its many grand, historic castles and miles of golden sandy beaches is just 20 minutes’ drive to the east. The historic town of Alnwick, with its magnificent castle and garden, lies just 14 miles to the north and is a great day out for all the family. With the spectacular National Park also within easy reach, this is the perfect spot for exploring Northumberland or taking a relaxing break!