- £452 per week
- £65 per night
- 5 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- 1 single bed
- Washing machine
- 1 bathroom
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Travel cot
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
- Pony trekking/horse riding
- Enclosed garden
- Outdoor storage
- Private parking
- Rural location
- On one level, no stairs
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - please note
- Check in: 16:00
- Check out: 10:00
Pasture View is one of two beautiful traditional stone cottages cleverly attached to each other when totally rebuilt and completed in 2013. Finished to a high specification and boasting uninterrupted views of open Northumbrian countryside. The single storey cottage is located in the tiny rural hamlet of Newstead, on one of the Duke of Northumberland's tenanted farms, yet only a ten minute drive from the Northumberland's Heritage Coast and the village of Bamburgh with its famous castle, sand dunes and miles of unspoilt beaches. Ideally located for exploring this exciting region including the castles of Dunstanburgh, Warkworth and Lindisfarne, and of course Alnwick - the location for many of the Harry Potter films. The cottage is centrally heated and double glazed.
Pasture View is surrounded by a network of country lanes and public bridleways, making it ideal for walks and cycle rides from the doorstep. Alternatively, if you prefer to relax in your holiday accommodation, there is ample opportunity for bird and nature watching from the comfort of the cottage.
The cottage has a mix of contemporary furnishings and traditional features and benefits from Karndean flooring throughout the living areas and fully fitted carpets in the bedrooms. The whole cottage is an epitome of style. For larger parties up to 10, this semi-detached cottage can be booked with Croft Cottage, its next-door neighbour, for a memorable family holiday.
The entrance is ramped, to the main door, the hallway has a storage cupboard, and the cloak room is also accessed from the hall.
A good sized room which includes the dining area
- electric oven,
- ceramic hob,
- extractor hood,
- washing machine,
- pine farmhouse dining table and chairs.
- Situated in the kitchen with a traditional farmhouse table and chairs.
- Good range of crockery, cutlery, glassware
Bright sunny room with double aspect windows overlooking the garden
- two 2 seater settees,
- coffee table,
- corner display unit
- wood-burning stove sitting on a marble hearth,
- corner TV cabinet with a Freeview TV,
- I Pod dock
- double french doors which lead to an outside York stone patio area.
Bedrooms and Bathroom
Ground Floor Bedrooms - all with matching pine or oak furniture - wardrobes, drawers, bedside cabinets
- Bedroom 1: with a double bed and south facing views of open countryside
- Bedroom 2: with a double bed and south facing views of open countryside
- Bedroom 3: with a single bed and a view across the gravel courtyard and parking area
- The family bathroom is half tiled and provides a bath with overhead power shower and screen, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail.
- IPod dock
- Books, Games etc
- Parking for up to two cars;
- secure storage in outdoor buildings for cycles etc;
- Charcoal BBQ
- large walled grassed garden (not divided from Croft Cottages grassed area)
- Travel cot & high chair - available on request
- Hair dryer
- Iron and ironing board
- Vacuum cleaner
- Cleaning materials (most eco friendly)
- Welcome tray (incl. tea, coffee, sugar, milk, 6 fresh farm eggs, home baked goody, local weekly newspaper)
- Bedding, bed linen and towels
- Internet access
- Travel Cot
- High Chair
- Great selection of games, books etc.
- Outside space immediately at the cottage but not fully enclosed.
Special Notes & Conditions.
- Regret no dogs.
- Close proximity to large pond.
- For safety reasons, access to the farm yard and buildings is strictly prohibited unless by prior arrangement with the owner.
- Pasture View can be booked along with Croft Cottage for a group of up to 10 people.
Pasture View was an exceptionally well presented cottage, it had everything you could possibly need/want for a holiday. With a lovely welcome and a chocolate cake! what more could you ask for? Will return in the future and would/have recommend to family and friends. Thank you for a lovely week.
We had a wonderfully relaxing week at Pasture View during July. The cottage is beautifully presented, spotlessly clean and had personal touches which made it feel a real 'home from home'. Julie's thoughtfulness in leaving homemade cake and milk and her warm and welcoming manner made our stay all the more special. We found the cottage to be perfectly located to explore the Northumbrian coast but also a beautiful spot to stay and relax. We had a week of warm sunshine (and terrific thunderstorms) but I would expect the cottage is cosy and comfortable in all weathers. I'd like to return in winter so we could make use of the wood burning stove! It was a treat to be living on a working farm and we saw new wildlife every day-friendly stoats, house martins, hares and we got up close to 2 young deer. It was interesting to watch the workings of the farm and we enjoyed Julie's tour and explanations of the farm. I have sung the praises of the cottage and Julie since I got home and have recommended to many. We will definitely be back! Thank you Julie.
This single storey cottage is located in the tiny rural hamlet of Newstead, on one of the Duke of Northumberland's tenanted farms, yet only a ten minute drive from the Northumberland's Heritage Coast and the village of Bamburgh. It is surrounded by a network of country lanes and public bridleways.
Situated about three quarters of a mile off the A1 the property is a great base to explore Northumberland in general
A short drive:
- Bamburgh Castle (2.5 miles north) sits atop rocky outcrop overlooking the beach,
- 15 miles south Alnwick Castle and Garden a popular spot for those with green fingers, and Harry Potter fans (the castle was Hogwarts and the site of the quiddich pitch in the 1st two films
- 10 miles to Holy Island
- 20 miles to Wooler and the Cheviot Hills
- 15 miles to Berwick upon Tweed
- 45 miles to Hadrian's Wall.
Travel and Access information:
- Alnmouth for Alnwick station is approx 15 miles south - a mainline station on the North East Coastal line with regular stops from London to Edinburgh
- Berwick upon Tweed approx 15 miles north - a mainline station on the North East Coastal line with regular stops from London to Edinburgh
- Buses run by Arriva and Travelsure the X15 and the X18 services run north and south along the coast from Berwick to Newcastle
- Newcastle International is approx 50 miles south,
- Edinburgh Airport is approx 90 miles north
- Both airports have daily internal flights from a number of UK locations, and international flights on a regular basis.
- Car hire is available from both airports.
- Sustrans Coast and Castles Route 1
- Wooler Wheel
- A number of circular cycle rides are accessible from the cottage,
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