A fabulous first floor apartment above the hustle and bustle of Bridge Street, in the heart of Rothbury.
Set all on the first floor in the centre of this popular little market town, this Rothbury self-catering apartment has been fully and lovingly restored and individually styled and furnished to provide top-quality accommodation in a superb location.
There are excellent facilities in this Rothbury self-catering apartment, including a light, airy sitting room with gas fire, and a designer kitchen with range cooker, granite worktops and French doors to the superb balcony area with spiral staircase down to the secluded ground floor patio.
Twinkling lights in the wooden hallway floor guide you along to the bedrooms, with the king-size master bedroom boasting en-suite facilities including a jet shower, and the twin having sole use of the family bathroom with corner spa bath.
Just a short walk from this Rothbury self-catering apartment, the River Coquet ambles by on its journey from the Cheviots down to the coast at Amble.
An ideal romantic retreat, or simply somewhere to recharge the batteries, this Rothbury self-catering apartment is less than a minute's walk from an array of shops, quaint tea rooms and traditional pubs, whilst nearby the Northumberland National Park offers great walking and cycling opportunities.
Discover NT Cragside Hall, the Simonside Hills, the Heritage coastline and Hadrian's Wall, while just 15 miles to the east lies Alnwick Castle and gardens, famous for the filming of many of the Harry Potter scenes.
A lovely Rothbury self-catering apartment in a great location whatever the time of year.
All first floor.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite jet shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with corner spa bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area and door to balcony. Sitting room with gas fire.
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.