Our self catering accommodation in Northumberland is the perfect location for a country retreat in an area that is renowned for its beauty and rich wildlife. From our homely base in the cottages you can explore the national park, nearby towns, the Northumberland coast and the Borders.
Our holiday cottages; Byre Cottage, Coquet Cottage, Reivers Cottage, Cheviot Cottage, Pheasant Lodge and Pine Lodge are located in a wooded valley on the banks of the River Coquet on the boarders of the beautiful Northumberland National Park. Our position near Cragside, Rothbury, Alnwick and Hadrian's Wall, along with the likes of Bamburgh, Berwick, Craster, Holy Island and Seahouses on Northumberland's Heritage Coast, cannot be improved on for a family holiday in Northumberland. You can view our prices and availability on-line.
Byre cottage is a newly renovated luxury barn conversion. With a huge lounge, 3 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Byre Cottage does not allow pets
Coquet cottage has lots of characte; it is over 200 year old and also has a lot of unique features. This cottage has a double room with all the original features
Pets are welcome in Coquet Cottage
Cheviot Cottage is a slightly more modern cottage, with a large family kitchen and laundry room. It hosts a large sitting room and dining area.
Pets are welcome in Cheviot Cottage
Pheasant Lodge is a new real solid wood log cabin built with oak windows and doors double glazed and fully fitted out to a high standard.
Pets are welcome in Pheasant Lodge
This beautiful log cabin is new to our complex. Pine Lodge is beautifully furnished and very modern; it has a double room and a twin room.
Pets are welcome in Pine Lodge
If you're looking for accommodation for four people in Northumberland, then why not book the Reivers Lodge, a Scandinavian log cabin.
Pets are welcome in Reiver Cottage
28/5/2012 - 30/05/2013
Alnwick Castle starred as Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the first two Harry Potter films - now put on your best robe and watch some of your favourite characters come to life as they are back after overwhelming demand with all kinds of magic and mayhem!. http://www.alnwickcastle.com/
17/5/2012 - 19/05/2013
Antique dealers coming from all over UK, from Aberdeen to Sussex, from Lancashire to Lincolnshire. Buy that special piece of furniture or picture, jewellery, glass, mirror or ceramics to add that finishing touch to your home. http://www.thenorthumbrianfair.com/
At the heart of plainchant are conversations, exchanges between soloist and choir, choir and community. These are some of the roots of western music.
Hear some of these compelling melodies amongst Brinkburns ancient monastic stones. With members from across the North-East, the Benedict Biscop Gregorian Choir is a group of amateur singers who meet to explore gregorian chant and other plainsong music still vibrant after more than 1000 years.http://www.english-heritage.org.uk
If you would like your website to appear here please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shepherds Walks was set up in 1999 by Jon Monks, who at that time was a full time Hill Shepherd in Northumberland. More used to looking after sheep he started shepherding people around the hills, rather than sheep.
Opens up a new perspective on walking in the Cheviot Hills at the heart of the Northumberland National Park
Bird Watching in Alwinton
Upland bird watching in England gets no better than in Upper Coquetdale around Alwinton.
Northern Experience Wildlife Tours
Northern Experience Wildlife Tours offer exclusive, guided, birdwatching, photography and wildlife tours, holidays and tuition, based in Northumberland, the North Pennines and the Scottish Borders.
Download the Northumberland National Park Wildlife Information Brochure:
You can use this information to plan a route to see some of the rare wildlife in the Nation Park.