Rose Cottage is a charming cedar built holiday retreat. Everything you will need for a home away from home. A Tranquil setting with spacious rooms overlooking the stunning countryside.
Nestled between the abbey town of Hexham and Corbridge.
Expect to see wild deer in the meadows, rabbit and pheasant. Collect fresh eggs for your breakfast from the free range hens that share the property with you. Your children will love feeding them.
The property is a blend of charm, beautiful interiors and breathtaking views.
The is spacious and attractively furnished. Set in tranquil countryside with a large garden. A lovely feature of the cottage is the ever inviting hot tub perfectly placed under a shady tree.
A living room with large comfy leather couches is wonderful for lazy afternoons. From the comfort of your couch look out across the lush green lawns.
Lovely beds in the rooms will ensure you have a peaceful sleep after a day exploring.
In the evening you can relax in front of the wood burning stove.
Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at this cottage. Head further down this page to see plenty more properties in the local area that do welcome pets. There are a range of cottages, lodges and cabins that all accept dogs.
In this section we take a look at the cottage, places you can visit. Also, what activities the surrounding areas have to offer
Detached, cosy cedar wood cottage. Stunning interior with entrance porch to store your boots and coats. Roomy Living room with wood burner and HD TV.
There is an Xbox One Kinect, Playstation 4, Wii and a selection of games to keep the whole family entertained.
Well equipped kitchen and sunny dining room with views over the garden. Two stunning bedrooms with king size bed.
Bedroom 2 with double bed and single bed. Relax in the garden or soak away in the outdoor hot tub.
Overall rating - 95%
Location & surroundings - 89%
Helpfulness of staff - 87%
Value for money - 89%
A terrific cottage with panoramic views over Embleton Bay, enjoy a wealth of attractions in nearby Alnwick or travel by car down into Newcastle.View property
Rose cottage is the ideal getaway for a romantic break or a holiday with family and friends. Stunning views with wildlife and free range hens just outside your front door. The countryside is beautiful and best enjoyed on foot.
There are other tourist attractions in the area, Hadrians’s Wall and Beamish. Roman Emperor Hadrian ordered Hadrian's Wall to be built in AD122. It stretched from the East to West coasts of Britain. The sight of the remnants is spectacular.
Beamish is an open-air museum. The museum's principle is to preserve what used to be everyday life in urban and rural North East England, at the peak of industrialisation in the early 20th century.
Visit Roman Vindolanda formerly a key military post on the northern frontier of Britain. For a family outing visit the Bird of Prey Centre with over 75 birds of prey from around the world.
The centre is situated in the middle of Northumberland’s National Park. Take a trip to Crag Lough an inland lake at the southern edge of Northumberland National Park. Visit Haydon Bridge a small village in Northumberland.
Every year Haydon Bridge has a Summer Exhibition held in the community centre where the works of local artists and photographers are displayed. This event is usually held in June or July.
For the adventurous there are golf courses 2 miles away, fishing, cycling, walking and horse riding. The Northumberland Coast, Newcastle, Durham, the Lake District and Scottish Borders are all a short drive away. You can get your groceries at a shop or have an ale at the pub only 1 mile away.
Whether you choose a romantic getaway or a holiday with family and friends, Rose Cottage has something for the entire family to enjoy. Snuggle in front of the wood burning fire at night. Or enjoy sleeping in on the super comfortable king size bed. A beautiful cottage with all the mod-coms of a luxury hotel. Video games for the kids.
The hot tub will be perfect for the adults after a day exploring Northumberland. For added interest look out for the local wildlife including deer and pheasant or collect eggs from your resident hens.
An abundance of historical castles, ruins and villages offer a wealth of information that has forever left their mark on the UK landscape.
Pack your binoculars and camera. A trip here will definitely have you returning for a second visit. All these special attractions and more will make for a memorable holiday.
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