A charming, stone-built semi-detached cottage in the peaceful and idyllic rural Northumberland village of Chillingham. Cosy, comfortable accommodation with a home from home feel, two log burning stoves and beautiful panoramic views of the Cheviot Hills. Situated between market towns Alnwick (14 miles) and Berwick-upon-Tweed (20 Miles) with easy access to the fantastic heritage coastline. This is the perfect destination to enjoy walks in the Cheviots or even just a quiet and relaxing break away.
“If you've been using AirBnB for awhile then you will really appreciate that this lovely cottage had comfortable beds, real pillows, large fluffy and soft towels and, even more rarely, a set of sharp knives that made cooking in the kitchen so much easier. Add the quiet location, proximity to Holy Island and the Coastal Highway, walks along the grounds of Chillingham Castle and cozy wood-stove fires on wind-swept evenings and it was a great place to stay. Thank you Jane and Amelia.”
An attractive 2 bedroom barn conversion, mainly on one level, with views across the Northumberland National Park. Enjoying a tranquil, rural position, surrounded by stunning countryside, this is an idyllic spot to rest and refresh. Brilliant for walkers and cyclists (on the Sandstone Way cycle route) and a great base for exploring wonderful Northumberland. Located within the "International Dark Sky Park" it is a fantastic place to stargaze, with specialist equipment provided.
“If you’re looking to escape your busy, hectic life for a few days, this is the perfect choice! Perfectly situated on the edge of Northumberland National Park for great secluded hikes and only an hours drive away from the coast. The cottage is clean and incredibly cozy with lots of books and brochures to get you acquainted with the area. I highly suggest you watch the two Robson Green DVD’s on the history of Northumberland and to really get an idea of what this beautiful part of England has to offer. Thank you Tracy & Rolie, we will definitely be back!”
Comfortable, light room for one with private bathroom in artist's house in Scottish Borders village of Town Yetholm. Ideal resting stop for hikers on St Cuthbert's Way, finishing The Pennine Way or anyone exploring this interesting region. The room looks out on a private, attractive and quiet walled garden with seating. Generous breakfast provided. There are 2 pubs within walking distance providing meals. Shop/post office. Bus service. The owner and his wife offer a warm welcome to visitors.
“What a wonderful experience staying in David and Liz’s beautiful cottage. Helpful communication in the lead up, a warm and gracious welcome, and they genuinely made me feel like a special guest. Thoughtful touches such as booking a place for me at the very busy local pub before I arrived, and then a lift to and from the pub to save my tired legs! The cottage is delightful, and Is filled with Davids beautiful art work. The cooked breakfast was absolutely scrumptious and set me on my way for a day of walking Saint Cuthbert’s Way. I can’t recommend this Airbnb highly enough!”