The cottage has been beautifully restored to create a charming retreat in the heart of Northumberland’s stunning countryside and National Park with much to see and do in the surrounding area.
This delightful traditional stone cottage sits in the pretty Northumberland village of Harbottle. Beautifully refurbished inside, the accommodation boasts fresh neutral decor with antique furniture, exposed beams, wooden flooring and a contemporary kitchen. With a wood burner in the lounge and a BBQ and fire pit in the enclosed garden, this is the perfect bolthole for walking holidays through the national park and along the Northumberland coastline.
Prepare delicious family meals using the range-style oven in the modern kitchen before dining beside views offered by French doors in the dining room or at the table in the spacious lounge. With oak flooring, antique furniture, stylish soft furnishings and a wood burner set into an original fireplace, this is a cosy space in which to relax and unwind after a busy day. After a long indulgent soak in the free-standing bath, sink into one of the inviting beds in the three elegantly-decorated bedrooms. In the mornings, enjoy a cup of coffee on the veranda while planning the day ahead. With a pretty patio area, BBQ for al fresco dining and fire pit for those long summer evenings, the enclosed walled garden is a tranquil space that guests of two and four legs can enjoy together.
Surrounded by unspoilt countryside, wonderful walks can be enjoyed from the doorstep. Stroll from Harbottle Castle through the heart of the Coquet Valley, taking in the mystical Drake Stone and Harbottle Lake before finishing off with a refreshing drink at the local pub. Take to the coast to walk the windswept beaches of Bamburgh (35 miles) and Craster (26 miles) or skim over the sands and causeway to Holy Island (38 miles) to discover its fascinating history and peaceful seclusion from the rest of the world.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.