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Homildon Cottage
Wooler & Surrounds

Four bedroom Northumberland country cottage, on edge of National Park nr. Wooler (walking distance). Sleeps 8, spacious well furnished & equipped. Welcomes children & dogs. Log burner, AGA, Wi-fi, games room, garden. 30mins to coast.

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  • Sleeps Up to
    8
  • 7 night start day
    Flexible
  • 7 nights from
    £670.00
  • Breaks from
    £536.00
  • Bedrooms (total)
    4
  • Gr. Floor bedrooms
    0
  • Bath/Showers
    1 / 1
  • Pets (Max Pets)
    Yes (3)
  • Parking (Max Cars)
    Yes (5)
  • Garden
    Yes
  • Fire/Logburner
    Yes
  • Wi-Fi
    Yes
  • Sky TV
    No
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    A great family holiday house located in the hamlet of Humbleton near Wooler, on the border of the Northumberland National Park, Homildon is an extremely attractive traditional cottage dating back to the early 1800's. Nestled in a secluded hollow, it provides a sense of isolation while still being within easy reach of local amenities. A bridleway leads from the door into the National Park and the famous St Cuthbert's Way.

    The large rear garden offers a peaceful haven looking out onto historic Homildon Hill. The current owners use the property regularly as a retreat, and have updated the facilities to meet the expectations of today's holiday makers.
    • There is a main door at the front of the building but the most common access point is from the gravelled driveway, through the back door into a utility room with hanging space and boot rack
    • Fully fitted kitchen is the cosy heart of the house
    • Good range of floor and wall units with ample work space and storage
    • Aga
    • Electric oven and hob
    • Microwave
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge freezer
    • 2nd fridge
    • Toaster and kettle
    • Good quality cookware and pans
    • Quality selection of crockery, cutlery, glasses, etc
    • Large farmhouse table and 8 chairs
    Utily room
    • Hanging space and boot rack
    • Washing machine
    • Tumble drier
    • Belfast sink
    • Ample storage space
    • Large farmhouse dining table and chairs in the kitchen
    • Separate dining area with dining table and chairs in the conservatory
    • Sitting room with vaulted ceiling
    • Vintage wood burning stove
    • Comfy sofas and chairs
    • Coffee tables
    • Bookcase
    • Large flat screen TV
    • Blu-Ray dvd
    • CDs, dvds
    • Plenty of board games
    • Local maps, walking guides, novels, local history and cook books
    Conservatory
    • Dining table and chairs
    • Sideboard
    • Door to outside patio and gravelled area
    • Short staircase off the kitchen leads into a hallway to bedrooms
    • Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
    • Double bedroom
    • Twin bedroom
    • Up a short staircase above the kitchen to beamed attic double bedroom
    • View over the neighbouring fields.
    • All bedrooms have ample hanging space, drawers and storage
    • Family bathroom, bath with shower over, wash hand basin, wc and large heated towel rail
    • Study/quiet room to relax and read
    • wi-fi
    • Large TV in lounge with blu-ray DVD player
    • DAB & CD music system with USB/bluetooth
    • CDs, dvds
    • Wi-fi with 10–15Mbps broadband
    • Multi-game table
    • Selection of local maps, walking guides, novels, local history and cook books
    • Indoor games
    • The house lies out of sight at the end of a short dead-end track, only passing traffic is the occasional walker or farmer
    • Off road parking in grounds for up to 4/5 cars depending on size
    • Converted stable/games room to store any outdoor gear and cycles
    • Multi-game table
    • Mature garden mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders looking out onto historic Humbleton Hill
    • Decked area with BBQ and quality table and furniture
    • Small summerhouse gazebo
    • Bridleway leads from the door into the National Park and the famous St Cuthbert’s Way
    • Neighbouring wooded wetland and unfenced pond attract a wealth of birds and wildlife
    • All bedding, bed linen, towels
    • Electricity
    • Oil – for central heating and hot water and the AGA
    • Logs for the log burner
    • Travel cot
    • High chair
    • Wi-fi with 10–15Mbps broadband
    • DAB & CD music system with USB/bluetooth
    • Welcome pack
    • Generous dog welcome pack
    • Dog bowls,
    • Plastic dog beds (1 large, 1 small)
    • Dog blanket and towel per dog
    • Spare dog leads to borrow
    What can be arranged: Charges Apply, see options and extras
    • Well behaved dogs are welcome @ £25.00 per dog per week (max 2 medium/large, 3 small)**
    • 19 Days out in Northumbria guide
    • A cot and high chair are available.
    • Stair cases are too wide to accommodate a stair gate.
    • The stable has been converted into a games room and leisure store
    • The garden whilst enclosed is not entirely secure
    • Parents should note that there is an unenclosed wildlife pond on the neighbour's land adjacent to the cottage.

    property name] welcomes well behaved dogs (up to 2) @ £25.00 per dog per week or part thereof. When you book you will be asked to provide some information about your pet which will aide the owner in ensuring that the property is set up to welcome them.

    The owner provides:

    • Generous dog welcome pack
    • Dog bowls,
    • Plastic dog beds (1 large, 1 small)
    • Dog blanket and towel per dog
    • Spare dog leads to borrow

    A bit of K9 etiquette should be observed during your stay:-

    • Your pet should not be left in the property unattended (unless crated - crates can be hired - see what can be arranged on the main description tab)
    • Your pet should not be allowed in the bedrooms or on furniture
    • On booking for your pet, you are confirming that it is fully up to date on its flea treatment.


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    Northumberland Dog Friendly Pub Guide

    Special notes and conditions
    • Well behaved dogs** and children are welcome at Homildon however, please note that the garden whilst for the most part is fenced with agricultural stock wiring, is not fully secure and there is an unfenced pond and wildlife area adjacent to the property (not part of Homildon's land).
    • The adjacent fields often have livestock in them and you are asked to observe the Country Code in particular the guidance on dogs, children and livestock.
    • Homildon uses a septic tank
    • The property is fully non-smoking including the stable/games room.
    • A good housekeeping bond of £150 is required to be lodged during your stay.

    Located in the hamlet of Humbleton near Wooler.

    Wooler 2 miles • Alnwick 19 miles • Berwick-upon-Tweed 20 miles • Newcastle upon Tyne 47 miles • Edinburgh 61 miles

    Homildon is situated in a quiet rural location just beyond the hamlet of High Humbleton. A bridleway leads from the door into the National Park and the famous St Cuthbert’s Way.

    The market town of Wooler is just over a mile to the east, well within walking distance or a short drive. Wooler offers all the local amenities one would expect from a market town including a late-opening Co-Op supermarket, bank, deli, Post Office, pharmacy, butchers, bakers, restaurants and several excellent local public houses. The local Doddington Dairy produces excellent cheese and ice creams. Buses connect to Berwick, Alnwick, Morpeth and Newcastle while “Ron’s Taxis” offer a convenient local service.

    Wooler hosts the Cheviot Centre and many popular events through the year such as the Glendale Show and the Wooler Wheel. Early visitors included Daniel Defoe, Sir Walter Scott and local heroine Grace Darling. The magnificent backdrop of Humbleton Hill is mentioned in the opening scenes of Shakespeare’s Henry IV.

    The rugged beauty of the Cheviot Hills and renowned River Tweed form a picturesque border with Scotland as well as offering wide-open spaces within the National Park which is literally a few paces from our front door. In 2013, the park was awarded gold tier designation by the International Dark Sky Association – making it officially the best place in England for stargazers to enjoy the heavens.

    The foothills with their quiet back roads and bridleways are ideal for many activities, including cycling, horse riding, fishing and rock climbing. The 900ft high Humbleton Hill is capped by an Iron Age hill fort, one of many in the area. Close by is Chillingham Castle and the Ford and Etal Estate with its Heatherslaw Light Railway, Corn Mill and English Heritage Castle. Explore the famous Flodden battlefield, Maelmin Heritage Trail and the 4,500 year old Duddo standing stones.

    The main A697 road lies to the North of Humbleton and runs round the edge of Wooler. This links Northumberland to the Scottish Borders and gives easy access to both Edinburgh and Newcastle. The coastal town of Berwick-upon-Tweed is only 18 miles to the north where there is a main line railway service and further amenities including an M&S, Tesco’s and PC World.

    To the east of Homildon is the magnificent coastline of Northumberland, which is recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The magnificent east coast provides a mixture of sandy beaches, historic castles and the world class bird sanctuary of the Farne Islands, with the historic castles at Bamburgh and Lindisfarne about a half hour drive away.

    Wooler has a 9 hole golf course with other excellent links nearby including Belford, Goswick, and Bamburgh. Shooting is available locally with first class grouse shooting in the Lammermuirs and Cheviot Hills together with many organised pheasant and partridge shoots. Nearby the River Till, a tributary of the Tweed provides productive salmon and trout fishing.

    There are currently no special offers for this property.

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