The Old Post Office Cottage is simply stunning - stylish, comfortable
and beautifully presented. What’s more you have some of the best
walking trails right on the doorstep in the Northumberland National
Park. Accommodation is over two floors with the bedrooms and bathroom
on the first floor and cosy sitting room with wood burning stove and
kitchen/ dining room on the ground floor. Round off the day with a
little relaxation and a barbeque in the garden… perfect!
If you can tear yourself away from this fabulous property,
Northumberland is steeped in history with many imposing castles to
explore including Alnwick Castle made famous by the Harry Potter movies
and the striking Bamburgh Castle built high on a rocky outcrop. The
quiet lanes are perfect for cyclists and walkers to soak up the
stunning landscapes and perhaps catch a glimpse of the remarkable array
of wildlife including red squirrels, roe deer, wild goats, otters and
Size: sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms
Beds: 2 x double beds.
Kitchen/dining room: range of floor and wall units with good work
surface and storage, electric cooker, microwave, fridge freezer,
washing machine. Dining table and four chairs.
Living room: large comfortable sofas, coffee table and bookshelves,
wood burning stove. Freeview TV and DVD player.
Bedroom 1: double bed, bedside table, lamp, cheval mirror, chest of
drawers and wardrobe. Wood floor with rugs. Freeview TV.
Bedroom 2: double bed, wardrobe with drawers, standard lamp. Travel
Bathroom: bath with shower over, mirror. Separate WC.
Entertainment: WiFi, Freeview TV, DVD.
For families: cot and a highchair can be provided
Outside: front garden both gravel and lawn with shrubs. Garden
furniture and barbeque.
General: Wi-fi, Bed linen and towels included. Welcome tray ( wine,
tea, coffee etc to get you started, biscuits and juice). Hair dryer,
wood burning stove (fuel supplied). Electricity, logs and coal.
Telephone for incoming and emergency calls only. Mobile phone coverage
in the village is limited but there is a public phone box opposite the
cottage. Although the property is close to the road going through the
village, it has full double glazing to minimise any possible noise
Pets: sorry, no dogs.Get the full listing »