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Burnlaw,overlooking the village green in the picturesque village of Melkridge Northumberland

A quaint double bedroom,ensconced at the top of the cottage,featuring original beamed ceiling

Spacious and comfortable lounge/ dining area with inglenook fire place,housing an electric fire

Burnlaw is set in the midst of beautiful countryside,within a mile or two of Hadrian's Wall

The listed cottage was built as part of the village brewery,to stable the dray horses in the 1700s

Guests can enjoy the large village green.Relax with a meal or glass of wine at the picnic tables

Breakfast, informally, in the well equipped kitchen

Incorporating an electric oven,a microwave,a fridge freezer,dishwasher,toaster and electric kettle

Original (brewery) inglenook!

The dining table seats 6 easily ,at the window overlooking the pretty village green

The ideal place to sink into a seat at the end of the day.Watch some T.V,chat or simply chill

Each single room contains a wardrobe,bedside cabinet,chair and mirror.

Both single rooms have an original victorian brass bed.

The main bathroom features a claw-foot ,roll-top bath,a walk in shower,bidet ,wash basin and W.C

Panelled walls, chequer board tiles and the old over-mantel mirror reflect the history of Burnlaw

The 2 single rooms have views of the gated patio at the rear of the cottage

The second double bedroom has views across,and beyond, the village green

View from the window in the attic bedroom

En suite shower and wc in attic bedroom

This room has a wash basin,with shaver point,tables,dressing table,and it's own walk-in wardrob

A cottage with a plethora of character and charm

A perfect example of one of Northumberland's many, picture postcard, villages .

A cot can be placed in any one of the bedrooms,upon request