Historic Borders location

Cottage facilities
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

This delightful two-storey mews cottage has been totally refurbished to a high standard for your comfort. The cottage comfortably sleeps three, but a folding bed is also available, for an unexpected extra!

 

  • All bedding, towels & power provided

  • twin beds (converts to super king)

  • single bed (plus extra folding bed)

  • Radiators in all rooms

  • 42" colour television

  • Electric hob & oven

  • Kettle, toaster

  • Fridge, microwave, dishwasher

  • Washer and tumble-dryer

  • Electric central heating

  • First floor bathroom, basin, toilet

  • Shower

  • Hairdryer, iron and ironing board

  • Off-road parking

  • Enclosed garden & shrubs, front & rear

  • Non-smoking

  • Indoor swimming pool (available to non-residents, at hotel opposite)

  • Well-behaved dogs with responsible owners welcome, by prior arrangement

Spectacular setting
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Nestling amongst the rolling hills of Northumberland, Bellingham is surrounded by spectacular uninterrupted views across the Northumberland National Park and is a haven for holidaymakers seeking a relaxing rural retreat. It offers an excellent base for those wanting to explore some of the county's best loved visitor attractions.

 

The North Tyne river runs alongside the village, making it a popular destination for fishing (day permits are available). Those who prefer other pursuits can spend time at Bellingham's superb 18-hole golf course, or at the local fitness centre.

 

North west of Bellingham is the gateway to Kielder Water & Forest Park. Here, you can swim, cycle, ride, sail or simply enjoy the breathtaking scenery. And no visit to Northumberland is complete without a trip to Hadrian's Wall. A World Heritage Site and Britain's longest monument, it offers an impressive day out, with its Roman forts, temples and excavations.

Spoilt for choice
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Whilst you are here, be certain to visit Hareshaw Linn. Access to this stunning waterfall is via a 2.5 mile walk from the village centre, through woodland, along the banks of a stream. Journey's end is a magnificent 30 feet cascade that will take your breath away.

 

There are miles and miles of unspoilt walks and cycle routes, taking in spectacular views, with hills, cliffs, windswept moorland and lakes. Venture a little further, and there's a choice of beautiful coastlines to explore from the Solway Firth in the west, to Holy Island and Bamburgh in the east.

 

For something more formal, enjoy a day visiting the superb houses and gardens of nearby Belsay, Wallington and Cragside. Or see the sights further afield in places like Alnwick, Bamburgh or Berwick. If you prefer more urban pleasures, head for the historic market town of Hexham, with its magnificent abbey; or enjoy some retail therapy in Newcastle (Eldon Square); or Gateshead (Metro Centre & Team Valley).