Country House converted into Luxury Apartments in picturesque Northumberland countryside, within reach of Alnwick Castle and Lindisfarne and beautiful
Visit Northumberland and discover the best Northumberland has to offer. Whatever your interest Northumberland can accommodate; this historic county has amazing castles such as Bamburgh, Walkworth, Alnwick and Dunstanburgh to name a few; country houses such as Cragside, Wallington and Belsay offer fantastic insight into the great industrial revolutionists of the area , such as Lord Armstrong.
Rothbury is situated adjacent to Cragside House which was the home of Lord Armstrong and was the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity. Currently owned by the National Trust there is plenty to do for everyone. With one of the largest rock gardens in Europe Cragside House has an iron bridge, formal gardens, lakeside walks, adventure play area and labyrinth especially for the children.
Other National Trust properties in the area include Wallington, Dunstanburgh Castle, the Farne Islands and Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island.
A short journey from Rothbury you can find Alnwick Gardens and Alnwick Castle. The Castle is still the home of the Duke of Northumberland and has been used as a film location for films such as Harry Potter, Blackadder and Elizabeth.
The Northumberland coastline offers some fantastic sandy beaches such as Embleton and Alnmouth to either spend the day or simply have a leisurely walk along. Bamburgh Castle located near Seahouses offers a great insight into the turbulent history of Northumbria from medieval times to more recent history with Lord Armstrong's family.
Rothbury is situated on the outskirts of the Northumberland National Park and offers an excellent base in which to explore the beauty of the park. The National Park offers something for everyone whatever your interest. Walkers love this area because of the spectacular trails throughout the area.
Kielder Water is less than 30 miles away and has a range of activities including; walking trails, mountain biking trails, fishing, horse riding, water activities, wildlife and adventure activities. Whatever your preference Kielder is an ideal location for a daily excursion.
Lovely flat, comfortable and clean. We had an initial problem with wifi access but this was sorted out immediately, otherwise no other problems. Lovely area of the country with lots to do, would thoroughly recommend.
Shirley from Hartlepool
Stayed Jul 2015 - Couple
I would highly recommend The Cheviot View. This accommodation is first class and the owners couldn't have been more accommodating.
Alison from Ellesmere Port
Stayed Sep 2014 - Solo
Second visit to Westcliffe House no complaints at all, everything was just what I expected. Would definately recommend.
Paul from Grantham
Stayed May 2014 - Family
This was our second visit to this group of apartments and we had another very enjoyable stay. The apartments are very well equipped, clean and comfortable. The location is excellent with lovely views across the valley. There are some decent walking routes from the front door and when we stayed we saw a deer in the front garden. All in all very good value for money.
Diana from Holmes Chapel
Stayed Apr 2014 - Friends
Great comfortable apartment with wonderful views. Only negatives ... Kitchen equipment a bit sparse and rather dark. That said we would definitely visit again.
Nick from Grimsby
Stayed Apr 2014 - Family
Excellent in every detail.
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Lovely apartment with wonderful views. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and visited some picturesque places. Truely Great!The Ball Family, Bedfordshire
Had an excellent time. The apartment is first class, weather good and there are a lot of great places to visit - will certainly come again.R. & S Webster, Shipley
Excellent apartment. Wonderful view. We had a fantastic week's holiday. There's no where like Northumberland!Mr & Mrs Clifford, Glouestershire
This is an Imposing Country House that has been lovingly converted into holiday cottages.
Each have private Patio area and shared landscaped grounds and Woodland.
The National Trust Property at Cragside is just 2 miles away.
Sports and activities:
Boat Hire Climbing Fishing Golf Horse Riding Sailling
Sports Center Swimming Tennis Water Skiing Wind Surfing