Sitting in a row of characterful cottages, this lovely retreat is located near to the owner’s arable farm, in the heart of Eshott.
Thoughtfully designed with a fresh interior, this base is equally ideal for a small family or couples, wishing to explore the countryside and beyond.
Upon entering you will be welcomed by a lovely lounge, light and airy, with two comfortable sofas and a central woodburning stove.
After preparing those delicious home-cooked meals in the well-equipped kitchen, you can relax here for a night away from it all, perhaps planning your up and coming adventures amongst the warm ambience.
The ground floor is also complemented by a family bathroom, tied together with a bath and an overhead shower for your convenience.
Come night time, the first floor spoils you with choice, presenting two beautiful bedrooms; a twin, and a king-size, both with east-facing windows where you can enjoy the morning sun and views across fields and open farmland.
With the whole interior bringing a sense of elegance and serenity, you will look forward to returning after a busy day of sightseeing.
Step outside of the cottage to be at one with the lovely surroundings, in your own enclosed garden backed by far-stretching countryside to really set the scene.
Home to famous castles and some of the UK's longest beaches, take advantage of the fabulous location and its many walks and solitude on the doorstep.
The property is close to the village of Felton, where you will find The Running Fox pub and Northumberland Arms for delicious lunches.
Also Eshott Hall is within walking distance of the cottage, where you can enjoy a lovely meal or afternoon tea for that a special occasion.
The market towns of Morpeth and Alnwick are close by for leisure facilities, and wonderful Newcastle is accessible for a cultural experience.
A heart-warming cottage not to be missed.
About the location
Felton 4 miles; Morpeth 8.9 miles.
Easy access to Newcastle and Edinburgh with the stunning North East coastline only minutes away, this area is rich in ancient history, famous castles and some of the UK's longest beaches. With long walks and solitude on the doorstep, busy market towns and thriving city centres nearby there is much to see. Eshott is situated just south of the village of Felton which offers a good range of day-to-day amenities with a village shop and post office, coffee shop with artisan bakery, country pub with restaurant, art gallery, and a village hall. The market towns of Morpeth and Alnwick provide a wider range of local retail, professional, health and leisure facilities. Newcastle is also within easy reach and provides further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.