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This lovely cottage has been recently renovated to an excellent standard, benefits from a wonderful countryside views, a delightful cottage garden with a large paddock for children to play safely.
The front porch has plenty of room for coats and boots.
It has 2 large bedrooms one with a double bed...
French chateau style farmhouse with views of the River Tweed in the southern tip of the Scottish Borders. Plenty of flat outdoor space for children to play freely, with well-appointed interior rooms in classic country style providing plenty of space, comfort and light. Warmed in the cooler months...
Melkington Lodge is a Grade ll listed detached holiday cottage, offering single level accommodation in the grounds of a farm estate, one and a half miles from Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland.
This retreat is in a quiet location perched on a hill, a quarter of a mile along a shared drive. From the...
Lightpipe is a secluded hideaway nestled in the midst of the rolling Northumberland countryside, with a beautiful outlook towards the Cheviot Hills. Just over a mile from the River Tweed and one and a half miles from Cornhill-on-Tweed, Lightpipe was originally a humble shepherd's cottage built of...
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An ideal base for exploring Northumberland or just relaxing, this tastefully renovated stone built cottage sits on a peaceful site with open views of the beautiful countryside of the Till valley. Whether you want to walk, cycle, explore the border towns, castles or beaches or simply slow down and...
The cottage forms part of three stone,former farm worker’s cottages in North Northumberland close to the border with Scotland,with magnificent uninterrupted views across farmland and the Northumberland National Park. Watch gliders soar over the Cheviots or why not give it a go at the gliding club...
We bought The Longknowe 20 years ago, as an isolated roofless ruin, really little more than a pile of stones inside the Northumberland National Park, but five generations of our family have now been associated with this area and we knew that we would never find anything again in such a great...
The cottage,close to the border with Scotland,with magnificent uninterrupted views across farmland and the Northumberland National Park. Watch gliders soar over the Cheviots. Pub and farm shop in nearby village of Millfield or take a short drive to the lovely market town of Wooler offering...