Description: About The Hideaway
High Quality Sleeps 9 Barn Conversion just outside Northumberland National ParkEscape to the unspoilt Northumberland countryside for a tranquil cottage break. Surrounded by fields and farmlands, this high quality 4 bedroom barn conversion sleeps up to 9 people in a quiet rural location, just outside of Northumberland National Park and only 6 miles from Rothbury. For holidaymakers keen to discover the Northumberland Coast AONB with its sandy beaches and historic castles on holiday too, the coast is just half an hour's drive away.
Outside there is a generous patio area with ample seating where you can sit out and soak up the location.
This property enjoys sunny south facing views out to a stream where you might spot wildlife such as kingfishers or deer and otters. Inside, the accommodation is stylish and luxurious. A stay at the Hideaway should make for a very memorable break with friends and family.
Inside this 4 Bedroom Barn Conversion by Northumberland National Park.• Roomy open plan living area with lounge with ample comfy sofas, a warming woodburner and flatscreen TV, dining area with an oak table seating 10 and well-equipped kitchen with large range cooker. fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, and microwave oven.
• 4 spacious bedrooms as follows:
On the ground floor:
- Bedroom with king-size bed
- Bedroom with three single beds,
On the first floor:
- Bedroom with a zip and link bed (can be made up as a king-size or as twin beds according to your preference). This bedroom features tranquil country views,
• There is a family bathroom on the ground floor and a shower room with basin and WC on the first floor.
With pocket sprung mattresses and Egyptian cotton sheets, this welcoming holiday home is an ideal place to relax and unwind in style on holiday.
Outside there are three car parking spaces for guests.
To the rear of the property is a fully enclosed walled garden, offering guests privacy and seclusion. The south facing terrace with garden furniture is an ideal spot to sit out and soak up the sunshine.
Discover Northumberland National Park and the Northumberland Coast on HolidayThis high quality cottage is set just outside of Northumberland National Park, discover stunning vistas and great walks in this part of Northern England. For dining out and shopping, the town of Rothbury is just 6 miles away.
Also only around half an hour's drive away is the Northumberland Coast AONB with its lovely sandy beaches and pretty seaside towns.
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Local Attractions near Rothbury
Top Attractions: Cultural treats in the area include the award winning £32 million Alnwick Garden, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, umpteen historic castles to be explored along Northumberland's Heritage Coast, Hadrian's Wall, and Newcastle's Quayside with its Baltic Arts Centre and Sage Music Centre. The largest estate owned by the National Trust, Wallington Hall, is a short drive away, as is the National Trust owned Cragside House, the home of Burnfoot's illustrious former owner, Lord Armstrong. Less strenuous pursuits include spending lazy days enjoying the endless, golden beaches of the Northumbrian coast, or simply browsing through the boutiques of the charming market towns of Alnwick and Morpeth. Other days you will simply want to stay put and appreciate your surroundings. The fields surrounding the cottages are a protected Site of Special Scientific Interest due to the rare wildlife present - from otters and kingfishers, to a variety of rare wintering wading birds. With your own holiday home in what the Campaign to Protect Rural England have scientifically proven to be the most tranquil place in England, you'll just need to be here to be restored, inspired and refreshed!
Recommended Places to Visit: Northumberland has so many castles due to its turbulent past. The Kingdom of Northumbria was formerly the Capital of England and this area has been the site of many power struggles in history. Keep an eye out as you drive around north Northumberland and you will notice many ‘Pele Towers’ or fortified houses – at times it was virtually impossible to live in anything else around here. There is a full list of the best Castles, Gardens and Stately Homes within an easy drive inside every cottage. The coast of Northumberland is stunning. Beautiful, deserted sandy beaches, littered with ancient castles. There are umpteen walks and beaches – details of which can be found in the welcome pack of every cottage.
Annual Eventst: Rothbury Food & Craft Festival, May. Rothbury and Coquetdale Walking Festival, June. Brinkburn Summer Music Festival, July. Rothbury Traditional Music Festival, July. Alnwick International Music Festival, August. Simonside Country Fair, August. Whittingham Show, August. Harbottle Village Show, September. Alnwick Food Festival, September. Thropton Village Show, September. Alwinton Border Shepherds Show, October. Alnwick Northumbrian Gathering, November. Alnwick Farmers' Market is held on the last Friday in the month. Morpeth Farmers' Market is held on the first Saturday in the month, with a weekly market every Wednesday. Hexham Farmers' Market is held on the second Saturday in the month.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Just a five minute walk from Burnfoot is The Star Inn, one of only twelve pubs from England and Wales to have appeared in every issue of the Campaign for Real Ale's Good Beer Guide since it was first published in 1974. There are lots of other local inns and restaurants, from fine dining to hearty pub grub – a full list of which is inside every cottage.
Local Sports: fishing, horse riding, swimming, tennis, walking, walking, golfing
Nearest Train Station: Alnmouth