A fresh stone-built cottage based in the town of Rothburyon the fringe of the Northumberland National Park.
This lovely property, in a fantastic location is perfect for families looking for a fun-packed holiday.
Step into 14 The Maltings and enter into the bright and airy hallway.
The light kitchen diner is on your left, a stylish room with all of the essential appliances.
At the end of the hallway there is a sumptuous, cosy sitting room with comfortable sofas and a sizeable TV, a fantastic room to sit and relax of an evening.
The first floor of the cottage presents you with three delightful bedrooms boasting attractive linen and great wooden storage facilities.
The interior of 14 The Maltings is complete with a luxury-style shower room with a beautiful wet wall and a large walk-in shower.
When the sun comes out, make the most of your private patio area, there is plenty of seating and delightful views over the nearby allotments, sit back and enjoy a refreshing drink.
The town of Rothbury is just a stones' throw away, it offers a whole host of facilities for different activities, as well as shops, cafés and restaurants to refuel you for the day.
There are also nearby leisure facilities such as golf, fishing, bike hire, tennis, guided walks, Cragside National Trust, and sorry information centre nearby.
The historical town of Alnwick is not far away, offering great amenities and some beautiful buildings to discover.
14 The Maltings is a high quality cottage in a beautiful location.
About the location
Alnwick 10 miles.
The capital of Coquetdale, Rothbury lies on the north bank of the famous salmon and trout river, the Coquet, and is dominated by the heather clad Simonside Hills. It is an attractive, small market town and its proximity to Northumberland’s National Park ensures excellent local walking. Stone houses, typical of the region, line the town’s steep main streets and there is a good range of shops on offer. With a golf course, public tennis courts and cycle hire close by and a variety of great houses and gardens to explore, including Cragside, Alnwick Castle (home of the Duke of Northumberland), Wallington Hall and a host of famous castles, this great location has plenty to offer. Hadrian’s Wall, Kielder Reservoir and Forest and the sandy beaches and dunes of the coast are also within easy driving distance.