Part of a delightful barn conversion, this stone-built cottage adjoins the owners' home in the rural hamlet of Whitridge, close to the larger hamlet of Longwitton, the village of Scots Gap and just 10 miles from Morpeth.
Comfortably furnished and well-appointed throughout, including wooden floors with toasty underfloor heating, this Longwitton cottage is in a perfect spot for exploring Northumberland.
This cottage near Scots Gap has two comfortable bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which is a walk-in wet room, making it ideal for the less sprightly.
To the front of this Northumberland cottage there is a spacious patio area with furniture and views of the spectacular countryside, a perfect place to sit and plan the day's activities.
A paddock and stabling can be arranged with the owner, a real bonus as the cottage is situated at the heart of one ofthe most beautiful parts of rural Northumberland with the surrounding area providing numerous riding, walking and cycling opportunities.
The nearby market town of Morpeth is home to the River Wansbeck and provides lovely riverside walks, along with great shops, pubs and restaurants.
A lovely Longwitton cottage and an ideal Northumberland destination at any time of year.
All ground floor.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Wet room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with gas fire.
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About the location
Longwitton 1 mile; Scots Gap 5 miles; Morpeth 10 miles.
Whitridge near the hamlet of Longwitton and the village of Scots Gap is a small former farming hamlet in Northumberland. Scots Gap offers a shop and a superb country store, plus close by is the National Trust owned Wallington Hall, with its tea rooms, gift shop and excellent farm shop selling mostly local produce. Surrounded by stunning panoramic views, Rothley Craggs and the National Trust property of Rothley Folly, can both be viewed from Whitridge, plus the peaceful village of Meldon, with its 13th Century church is just 4 miles away. With the historic town of Morpeth just 10 miles away, home to the River Wansbeck and offering a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, this is a lovely holiday base with plenty to see and do for all the family!