from £65 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £65 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 3
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 3
Enjoy your stay in our lovely cottage. For a luxurious break in peaceful surrounding, the cottage sleeps three people in two bedrooms with lots of space to stretch out in comfort. We hope we have thought of every need and creature comfort you'll wish to make your vacation stress-free. This is an ideal base for your exploration of Northumberland, or a short break away from the hectic pace of everyday life.
Superbly appointed 5 star holiday accommodation. Fabulous well-equipped spacious, relax in the generous lounge, with open coal fire and French doors leading outside. Two bedrooms, master bedroom with king-size luxury bed and en-suite bathroom, second bedroom with queen bed and adjacent shower room. Private garden with patio.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Tynemouth 67 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newcastle International Airport 40 km, Nearest railway: Bardon Mill 2.25 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Fax machine, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Brownside cottage has been finished to a very high standard to ensure you experience the up most comfort during your stay. The entrance halls, lounge and kitchen have solid oak natural flooring, the lounge has an open coal fire which is laid for your arrival with additional coals, sticks on site for your stay. You will experience the comfort of our Duresta Soafa and chair while watching the Sony Braiva flat screen LCD television or one of the many DVDs from the movie library. French doors lead out to a private patio with dining furniture and swing chair for alfresco dining on summer evenings.
The garden also includes a large lawn area all with stunning views of the South tyne Valley. The kitchen is fully fitted with a cottage style limed oak kitchen with built in dishwasher, washer/dryer and fridge. The dresser houses all your needs including bread maker.
The main bedroom features a kingsize comfort bed which has been very popular, many guests requesting the details to purchase the same.
The en-suite has whirlpool bath to relax after a day's walking or cycling around our beautiful countryside.Our second bedroom features the same bed double size. There is a separate shower room with slate floor.
The cottage is heated with oil fired boiler providing constant hot water for both bathrooms. We have a separate drying room available and secure storage for bikes etc. Unrestricted car parking available.
Cottage Features: Luxury beds , Goose feather and down topper, Goose feather and down duvet, Goose feather and down pillows, 400 thread white Egyptian cotton bed linen, 665gsm White cotton towels, 450gms White cotton white towelling bathrobes, Quality wool carpeting floor covering n bedroom, Sony Flat Screen LCD BRAVIA televisions lounge and bedrooms, Sky satellite TV – Freeview terrestrial, DCD/CD Player, CD & DVD library, Books, games, maps, local & magazines, Wi-Fi secure internet access, TomTom in car satellite navigation (on request), Mobile telephone (on request), Open views over the countryside, Private garden and patio, Patio table chairs and umbrella, large swing chair, Open fire, Duresta Lounge furniture, Gaggia coffee machine & cafeteria, Breads maker & juice machine, Electric steamer, Combo microwave oven, Electric cooking range, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, Dyson vacuum cleaner, Steam iron and ironing board, Picnic basket and Bicycle store & drying room.
|Further details outdoors|
Private garden and patio with spectacular views of the South Tyne Valley, Northumberland National Park and North Pennines. Comfortable outdoor seating for relaxing or dining, large swing seat to relax and enjoy the view.
Unrestricted off road car parking available, secure bicycle store, drying room and outdoor drying area.
The Northumberland region
Northumberland is England's most northern county, a magical place filled with ancient castles, golden sand beaches, rolling hills, rugged moorland and friendly little Northumberland towns and villages.
The area was once part of the Roman Empire and as Northumberland it was the scene of many wars between England and Scotland. Northuberland National Park, England's most tranquil place, whose dramatic hills ans sheltered valleys stretch from Hadrian's Wall to the Scottish borders
Brownside Cottage is situated close to the World Heritage Site of Vindolanda and the Chesterholme Museum, the Northumberland National Park and one mile away, from the best section of Hadrian's Wall. The nearest town is Haltwhistle (Centre of Britain), 4 miles to the west, Hexham is 12 miles east hailed as Englands favourate market town by Country Life magazine. The vibrant city of Newcastle Upon Tyne with a heritage spanning the past 2000 years is 32 miles, 25 miles to the west the historic city of Carlisle.
Walking, cycling or a short drive away the list of attractions is endless, Vindolanda and the Chesterholme Museum, Housesteads, Chesters, Carvoran Roman Army Museum, Birdoswald Roman Fort, Corbridge Romn Site and Museum Hadrian’s Wall Mile Castles and Forts, Steel Rigg, Sycamore Gap, Crag Lough, Greenlee Lough, Kielder Water and Forest park.
Country Houses, Castles, within a short distance include Lanacost Priory, Hexham Abbey, Belsay, Wallington Hall, Brough Castle, Brougham Castle, Hemitage Castle, Prudhoe Castle, Cragside, Jedburgh Abbey, Shap Abbey, Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle Castle, Bowes Castle, Eggleston Abbey, Barnard Castle, Bowes Museum, Floors Castle, Gibside, Dryburgh Abbey, Brinkburn Priory, Raby Castle, Tynemouth Priory, Walkworth Castle, Coastal Castles at Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh, Lindisfarne Holy Island, Durham Cathedral and Castle.
Attractions, South Tyndale Railway, Nenthead Mines, Killhope The North of England Lead Mine, The Rheged Centre, Keolder Water, Kielder Observatory ,George Stephenson’s Birthplace, Tanfield Railway, Chillingham Wild Cattle Park, Beamish Museum, Life Science Centre, Hancock Museum, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Discovery Musem, Alnwick Water Gardens and Castle.
Hexham is an historic, bustling town in the heart of the Tyne Valley, named as England's favourite market town by Country Life magazine.The town also boasts of it's is historic Abby, centrepiece of the town built around 675 AD two medieval towers, the 14th century Hexham Old Gaol the oldest purpose-built prison in England and a Moot Hall which dates from the 14th or 15th century.
Bardon Mill is halfway between Newcastle and Carlisle on the A69 road on the north side of the River South Tyne. The land along the river is low lying it quickly rises up to rough upland pasture through which a number of stone crags jut. Amongst this area of farming and common land a number of rare glacial lochs can be seen.
These small lakes, Broomlee Lough, Grindon Lough, Greenlee Lough and Crag Lough are almost the only examples in Northumberland that have been formed by the action of glaciers scouring holes out from the underlying land surface. It is on the crags of Whin Sill, which overlook these lakes that the Hadrian’s Wall runs along one of its most spectacular sections.
Midway point of Hadrian's Wall built by the Romans in AD122 several miles of the wall can be explored On this stretch a number of forts can be seen. These include several small turrets, Milecastle 37 and Milecastle 38. Most important are the remains of the exceptionally well-preserved Roman fort and small town at Housesteads. The Romans knew this site as Vercovivium. It has been the site of much archaeological work and has produced many important archaeological finds including carved stone, pottery and other small finds. The civilian settlement outside the fort is large and even has its own cemetery and temples. The fort and the settlement probably finally fell out of use at the end of the fourth century.
Brownside is a short walk from Roman Vindolanda find one of the North East’s most famous and not to be missed tourist attractions lying in the beautiful landscape of Hadrian's Wall Country. Formerly a key military post on the northern frontier of Britain, Vindolanda is the home of Britain's 'Top Treasure' - the Vindolanda Writing Tablets - and is one Europe's most important Roman archaeological sites, with live excavations taking place every year.
The recently fully refurbished on site museum provides a breathtaking exploration of the Trust's ongoing discoveries and accounts of Roman life. There are no other places on earth where it is possible to experience Roman Britain, Hadrian's Wall and history coming to life before you very eyes all in one space! Come and explore it for yourself and find out why Vindolanda is treasured worldwide.
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