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8 Pedwell Way

(Ref. 1107190)

Norham, Northumberland Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Open fire
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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17 Customer Reviews

  • "Gorgeous cottage in a tranquil and idyllic village."

    Equipped with everything you should need ( could have done with more fire wood and lighters). We will recommend it and hopefully return again. Had a wonderful few days

    Reviewed by Michelle5.0Feb 2024

  • "A very comfortable cottage with everything we needed."

    A small bottle of milk for tea/coffee when you first arrive would have topped things off for us. Good shops in the village were a bonus. My husband could not get over the selection in the butchers/deli. The Masons Arms for dinner was great. The river walk close by was beautiful. The village castle worth a visit. Everything we wanted to visit and more was within a 40 minute drive.

    We are thrilled you enjoyed your stay at 8 Pedwell Way, Norham is a beautiful village. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Michelle5.0Sep 2023

  • "We loved pedwell cottage."

    Such a great location and the village was so friendly, honestly everyone we saw chatted to us. Local shop is handy and we'll stocked. The river walk and castle was lovely. We visited lots of places not too far , Holy Island , Alnwick , Berwick and Bamburgh Castle. The cottage has everything you require and it's a nice place to relax at the end of a long day. The rooms are nice and airy and spacious and it was certainly very clean. The welcome pack was lovely thanks so much. Next door neighbour was also very friendly and chatty. I'd definitely recommend Pedwell to anyone.

    We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay and found Norham friendly and welcoming. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Philippa5.0Sep 2023

  • "Lovely village."

    Close to small quaint villages and castles. Place was spotless and welcoming. Loved the bottle of bubbly and biscuits. Local pub served good food and deli in the village was great. I am a widow and felt safe wandering about and visiting the pub The staircase is steep but this is an old house so not everything is standard. I’ve got a heart condition and managed taking it slowly but it would be useful to have another bannister

    We are so glad you enjoyed your stay and felt safe and secure. Norham is a beautiful village with so many great amenities and a second pub just opened! Property Owner

    Reviewed by Loraine5.0Jul 2023

  • "A comfortable and very clean property in an idyllic village with plenty to see and do in the surrounding area."

    Well furnished and equipped, bathroom especially. Shame about the lack of a garden, but overall can certainly recommend this as a place to stay.

    Thank you for your feedback and we are glad you enjoyed Pedwell and your stay in Norham. Property Owner

    Reviewed by John4.4Jun 2023

  • "My husband and I have limited mobility the stairs were very steep."

    And the sofa in the living room was very low and I struggled to get up , we could not find bins to put rubbish in so I put it in the dog bin in the cemetery over the road ,we also had ants in the kitchen they were on the benches in the morning would not recommend this cottage for older people like our self, also there was no slip Mat or handrail in the shower

    We are sorry you found the property did not meet your requirements, we will ensure Sykes includes an accessibility statement on the profile. There are instructions in the Property information book and on the door to the cupboard housing the kitchen bin, directing you to the location of the bin. Thank you for drawing our attention to ants being present in the property, we have had the property checked and you will be pleased to know they is no sign of them. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Lorraine2.5Jun 2023

  • "A perfect cottage for us and our two cairn terriers."

    Clean and well appointed. The walk down to the river and back through the church grounds was perfect for the dogs. An ideal location for exploring the surrounding area.

    We are thrilled you enjoyed your stay at 8 Pedwell, Norham is a very special place. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Les5.0May 2023

  • "We enjoyed staying at the property, it’s a lovely house, nicely designed and decorated."

    The location is great, a perfect base for exploring the area. A nice village (friendly locals) and handy to have the bakers, shop and the pub nearby. Good also to be able to eat out without needing to drive. We did a great walk from the door along the river to the Union suspension bridge, honey farm and via the castle on our return. Also enjoyed the Lowry trail in Berwick. We loved evening strolls along the river, so relaxing. The Tweed is so beautiful. A good place to relax . We appreciated the welcome gifts.

    Thank you for your positive feedback, we are so pleased you enjoyed all the wonderful walks and beautiful places to visit. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Edward5.0May 2023

  • "A lovely restored/furnished house in a picturesque village that has every thing you need ."

    Close enough for perfect rambles alongside the river Tweed . Would highly recommend. Thank you .

    Thank you for your feedback, we are so glad you enjoyed your stay at 8 Pedwell Way, Norham is such a beautiful location. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Alan5.0May 2023

  • "Clean,comfortable cottage, in pleasant quiet village."

    Well appointed with a particularly comfortableking sized bed with good en suite. Electric heating efficient,especiallywhen combinedwith woodburner though only a small amount of solid fuel provided(but we had come prepared). No garden,but easy access to quie lane leading down to the River Tweed so excellent for dog walking. Riverbank has good footpath all the way to Berwick-upon-Tweed and west towards Coldstream. Great birdlife! Good pub, decent bus service.

    We are so glad you enjoyed your stay and thank you for taking the time to review 8 Pedwell Way. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Nicholas5.0Mar 2023

  • "The cottage was perfect, positioned in a lovely friendly village, would recommend the shop, the bakers, the butchers and definitely the pub."

    The location was perfect for exploring the area, Bamburgh, Holy island, St Abbs and Alnwick all worth a visit. We are already discussing when we can return.

    Thank you for taking the time to review our property, we are thrilled you enjoyed your stay, Norham is a jewel! Property Owner

    Reviewed by Clive5.0Feb 2023

  • "We loved the cottage."

    It was cool when arrived but was quickly warmed. It would benefit from extra storage for food items as there was just the fridge and a shelf so it made getting a shop in for the five days a bit of a juggle. The owner was very helpful when i contacted her and sent helpful information about local beaches. We were right near the walks on the river Tweed and our dogs loved that! Local people were very friendly and welcoming too. The local church chimed the hour but not after midnight and early hours, which was really quaint. We would definitely book again.

    Thank you for your feedback, we are so pleased you enjoyed your stay, there are so many beautiful places to visit in the area. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Kim4.7Jan 2023

  • "Lovely little very clean, tidy, well appointed cottage in a wonderful village in a beautiful area."

    There the ruined Norham Castle which you pass on the way into the village. The river Tweed literally a quarter of a mile down the lane. Wonderful river walks. The local pub The Masons Arms provides great food but you need to book. We will definitely come again. Three days nothing like enough time. The only criticism with the cottage is the information pack with seems to be generic. Stating a quick walk to the beach which is actually around 20 miles away. It states that electrical instructions are kept in the kitchen but there aren't any. Had to leave the kitchen bin rubbish bag in the hall because there isn't a refuse bin on the property.

    Thank you for your feedback, we are so pleased you enjoyed your stay. We are glad to hear you made it to the beaches of Bamburgh and Holy Island, they are worth the drive! We are sorry you didn't find the bin, it is kept in the side alley to preserve the beauty of the village. as directed in the instructions for departure sent out by Sykes. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Glyn5.0Oct 2022

  • "Fabulous house."

    Everything as advertised. Great position for touring. Lovely location.

    Thank you for taking the time to review 8 Pedwell Way, we are delighted you enjoyed your stay. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Julie5.0Sep 2022

  • "8 Pedwell Way is a lovely cottage for two with dogs allowed."

    It is nicely decorated and fitted out in a very nice village with lovely walks closely by the river Tweed. We would definitely stay there again

    We are thrilled you enjoyed your stay in beautiful Norham and would be delighted to welcome you back. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Sigrid5.0Aug 2022

  • "Perfect cottage for couples in a unique location, lovely historical village in a lovely part of the country, thank you"

    We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Suzanne5.0Jul 2022

  • "Lovely cottage, beautiful village."

    Wonderful location. Had a fantastic time. Bottle of fizz and other goodies found on arrival were appreciated. A terrific property. Would recommend 8 Pedwell Way to anyone wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.

    Thank you for your kind comment, we have worked hard to make sure your stay is special. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Georgina5.0Jun 2022

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  • One king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove
  • Electric central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
  • Smart TV, Portable Bluetooth speaker, Superfast WiFi, selection of books and magazines
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Roadside parking on first-come, first-served basis
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 0.1 miles
  • Note: The owner has asked that dogs stay downstairs and off the furniture

The property

Tucked away in the historic village of Norham, in Northumberland, is this delightful, Grade II listed Georgian one-bedroom home, 8 Pedwell Way.

Just paces away from the River Tweed, village green, shops, and pubs, 8 Pedwell Way is a cosy property, in the heart of the village, offering a small woodburning stove, and is ideal for a romantic break for two.

There is roadside parking in this quiet lane and the house has a bench outside for enjoying the evening sun.

Inside there is a small hall with space to hang coats and store your footwear.

The open-plan living space with wooden flooring, is bright and airy with high ceilings and a large window overlooking the village, whilst enjoying a 43” Smart TV, superfast fibre WiFi, and a selection of books and magazines; the wooden floor and cosy rug complement the comfy leather chesterfield sofa and large velvet chair, while the woodburning stove is ready for you to use, with a starter pack of kindling and logs.

The contemporary kitchen is well-equipped with a small fridge freezer, oven, grill, electric hob, microwave, Krupp’s coffee machine, kettle, toaster, dishwasher, and washer/dryer for convenience; a small supply of coffee pods, teabags, dishwasher tablets and washing machine pods are supplied to get you started.

There is a table for two, allowing you to enjoy a meal with music supplied by the portable speaker, which has a Bluetooth facility enabling you to play music of your choice.

Upstairs is the bedroom, a king-size bed with velvet headboard and crisp white bed linen, adding some luxury to your stay; the room is partially panelled and there is a rocking chair for you to relax in and read your book, along with hanging space and storage for your personal belongings, a hairdryer, lighting, and sockets to charge your devices.

The spacious en-suite has a walk in Mira ‘Airboost’ electric shower, large sink, shelving for storing your personal belongings and WC, whilst soap, shampoo, and body wash, by the Scottish Soap Company, and fluffy white towels are supplied.

Norham has a wealth of walks, along the majestic River Tweed to the bridge and into Scotland, or up to the historic Norham Castle, once put under siege by the famous Mons Meg Cannon, now found in Edinburgh Castle.

The castle has a rich history of battles between the English and Scots.

Opposite the house is St Cuthbert’s Church, which has 1000 years of history and is set near the beautiful river Tweed, dating back to 840 AD the church has housed St Cuthbert, now in Durham cathedral and has been sanctuary for Robert the Bruce.

The village has an award-winning butchers and delicatessen ‘RG Foreman and sons’ which also supplies hearty sandwiches and pies alongside fine wines and local chutneys.

They also have a fishing department selling equipment and the permits required to fish the Tweed.

The traditional bakers ‘Fords’ offers freshly baked bread, rolls and pastries and the little Mace convenience store has all the essentials.

The ‘Masons Arms’ public house offers the opportunity to sample some local beers and serves lunches and dinner.

If your interest runs to field sports and country pursuits the ‘Castle Gunmakers shop’ can assist you with local knowledge of the area.

The village hall on the other side of the green to 8 Pedwell hosts a variety of welcoming events, the outreach post office van pulls up outside for a couple of hours on weekdays and a there is a weekly visit from the ‘Fish and Chip Van’ on a Thursday 6.30 to 8.30pm.

A daily bus service could take you in to Berwick upon Tweed, here visitors can unwind on boat trips into the harbour or along the River Tweed, explore the medieval castle and ramparts, or browse the museum and art gallery.

Films are shown regularly at ‘The Maltings’ as well as hosting exhibitions.

The focal point of the town is Bridge Street, the oldest part of the town which houses many independent shops and galleries, offering access to the quayside walks with views of the famous three bridges of Berwick.

There is also plenty of opportunity for shopping, dining, and relaxing in this picturesque town.

Berwick upon Tweed hosts a selection of restaurants ‘Audela’ serving contemporary British Cuisine, ‘Gasparro’s’ offers casual Italian dishes, ‘Atelier’ offers tapas and a wide range of beverages, and ‘Foxtons Wine Bar’ is a modern stylish wine bar with a lively atmosphere and delicious locally supplied food.

There are also a variety of other restaurants along the historic Bridge Street including the fine ‘Magna Tandoori’ offering South Asian Cuisine in their restaurant or as a take-away.

Venture outside of Berwick upon Tweed and find out about the rich history of the Georgian Mansion of Paxton House with adventure play park, 80 acres of grounds to walk or float down the Tweed on one of their scenic boat trips.

The Union Chain Bridge is nearby at Horncliffe, the oldest suspension bridge in the world still taking vehicular traffic is close by ‘Robson’s bee farm and café’ with fascinating visitors centre and unique gift shop.

South of Berwick is historic Holy Island, reached by a causeway exposed at low tide, explore the beaches, historic Castle, Priory and Lindisfarne Meade to taste.

The Scottish Borders have so many hidden gems to discover, along the coast from Berwick upon Tweed to Bamburgh with its incredible white sandy beaches and islands to visit.

Or head inland to the traditional borders market town of Kelso and close by, Floors Castle where the deep waters of the River Tweed meet the Teviot, famous for its salmon fishing.

Nearby, ‘Roxburghe Clay Pigeon Shooting’ based at Roxburghe Hotel offers an exciting distraction or you may prefer to try a slightly more relaxing trip to the ‘Heatherslaw Light Railway’ near the beautiful village of Etal.

For a romantic getaway, steeped in history, choose 8 Pedwell Way.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location


Berwick-upon-Tweed 7 miles.

The historic village of Norham is most famous for its splendid Norman Castle ruins overlooking the River Tweed, painted by Turner in 1845. The village has an excellent butcher and bakery, a Post Office, grocer, newsagent and two pubs. Also nearby in the village of Allanton is a good restaurant which is great for fishing and shooting parties as well as the Cross Inn at Paxton. Berwick-upon-Tweed is just 7 miles away, at the northern tip of Northumberland’s beautiful Heritage Coast, boasting many restaurants, cafes, pubs and a nearby links golf course. The Scottish capital of Edinburgh or the city of Newcastle are easily accessed by train from Berwick. A superb base for exploring all North Northumberland has to offer.

This property will only accept bookings on a Friday or Monday

This property offers the following short breaks:

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