Description: About Granary BarnLocated in the middle of the countryside, not far from the village of Longframlington in rural Northumberland, this stunning barn conversion sleeps up to 4 people in 2 delightful bedrooms and is simply perfect for a small family. Enjoy some peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the city while staying at this completely remote cottage.
Built in the 18th century, the cottage is packed full of both charm and character and has been converted to an extremely high standard. The cottage's two bedrooms include a double room and a twin room and both come with their own en-suite. The open-plan kitchen/dining area is ideal if you plan on staying in to eat while the cosy sitting room will keep you warm on chilly evenings, as it has its own multi-fuel stove. When the weather is nice you can relax in the private landscaped garden outside and read a book while breathing in the clean country air.
The National Trust's Cragside house and gardens is just a short dribe from the cottage and is the perfect place to take the family for a day out. The coast is also not far away and offers visitors the perfect place to go on relaxing walks. If it is just you and your partner that are holidaying, you will both love walking across the beach hand in hand. Walkers will also love a day at Northumberland National Park so get out and explore the surrounding areas before returning to your very own country cottage for a night in with your loved ones.
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Local Attractions near Longframlington
Surrounded by fields and pastures yet with the convenience of a local pub, shop and the A697 running through the village, Long Framlington in Coquetdale could be an ideal base for discovering some of the best that Northumberland has to offer on a cottage holiday.
For those who haven’t discovered what Northumbria has to offer for self-catering holidays yet, a real treat awaits. With a majestic landscape more akin to that of Scotland than England, Northumberland with its rich history, Hadrian’s Wall Country, Northumberland National Park, historical castles and gorgeous golden sandy beaches, just keeps on giving.
Places to Visit whilst on a Cottage Break in Long Framlington
• The Northumberland National Park with its stunning landscape and excellent walks is a joy to discover (take note though parking isn’t free at many of the tourist points of interest so do take plenty of change with you).
• Castle Visiting is a must in Northumbria and there are so many castles to visit that deciding which to put on your must-see list will be the only challenge. Some of our favourites include:
o Alnwick Castle (just 12 miles from Longframlington and located in the town of Alnwick), features beautiful gardens and a claim to fame of having featured in one of the Harry Potter films.
o The ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle (around 17 miles from Longframlington) are well worth a visit for the fine coastal views and invigorating walk you must take to reach it.