A modernised farmworker's cottage on the outskirts of Belford, offering 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms, lounge, conservatory & kitchen, this rural Northumberland holiday cottage also welcomes dogs. Has log burner & wi-fi. 2 miles to village of Belford
Frequently used by the owners, this cosy Northumberland holiday retreat has been refurbished as a nice, homely country bolthole, in a rural setting, yet only a short drive from the coast at Bamburgh with its magnificent castle and beach, or the historic Holy Island, just a few miles north.
Situated on the edge of a working farm just outside the old coaching village of Belford, Burn Bank Holiday Cottage is an end of terrace, ex farmworkers cottage, well placed for enjoying the delights of the local wildlife - around the farm, deer and fox are often to be seen and from the cottage you can sometimes even spot red squirrels. The tranquil area is also a joy for bird-watchers with curlews, amongst others, frequently to be seen. From the doorstep there are lovely walks to be enjoyed, perhaps with your dog, along the open lanes or the footpath beside the stream up onto the moor behind. Back at the cottage the spectacular conservatory affords extensive countryside views behind the cottage, or cosy up to the traditional wood-burner in the sitting room. In the distance from the kitchen on a clear day you can see the sea.
Steps up at the front of the cottage lead into a small porch with coat hanging and shoe storage with an inner door into the main building
Well furnished galley kitchen has
A generous sized sitting room with
Two ground floor bedrooms -
Burn Bank welcomes well behaved dogs. Up to 2 @ £25.00 each per week or part thereof.
A bit of K9 etiquette should be observed during your stay:-
View and/or download the Stay Northumbria’s Northumberland Dog Friendly Pub Guide
This single storey cottage is a cosy retreat in a rural setting on the outskirts of Belford, yet only a short drive from the coast at Bamburgh with its magnificent castle and beach, or the historic Holy Island, just a few miles north.
Belford, less than two miles away, has a choice of pubs, hotel, newsagent, mini supermarket and craft shop with small gallery. Only a ten minute drive away is the small village of Chatton with an art gallery, post office/shop and a local pub, the Percy Arms. Why not call in on the way home from a day trip seeing Chillingham Castle, the Cup and Ring Marked Stones on Chatton Park Hill and the Wild Chillingham Cattle - all of which are only a short drive away from Burn Bank Cottage.
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"Very well equipped and clean cottage. Good location for seeing local attractions."
Towriess Family - Aug 2018
"We have just arrived home from our week at Burn Bank Cottage and I wanted to say 'thank you', we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there, a lovely cottage in a superb setting."
Heidi, Ashley, William, Tara and Tag - May 2014
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