Old Town is a working farm situated 1 mile south of Otterburn in the Rede Valley. Both properties are warm and comfortable and enjoy large gardens and great views. Located within the UK's first Dark Sky Park and bordering the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland's National Park, the farm is the ideal spot for a countryside break - whether it's a weekend get-together with friends, an action-packed family holiday or a quiet retreat with a loved one.
The Hemmel, sleeps 4
Newly converted barn with traditional features, a light, modern and comfortable interior and a log-burning stove to cosy up to in winter months. Large, private, securely fenced garden with great views across the Rede Valley. Would suit couples sharing or small families. Pet-friendly
Changeover on a Friday. from £475- £650/week or £360/weekend during winter months (3 nights )
For up-to-date booking calendars please visit www.ownersdirect.co.uk and search for the properties under the Northumberland/Hexham section
Or on Holiday lettings/TripAdvisor where you will find plenty of current reviews of both properties
The Granary - sleeps 4
Lovely upside-down house (kitchen/living area upstairs, bedrooms downstairs) with panoramic views. Spacious but homely, comfortable and cosy. Log burning stove and large flower-filled garden . Great for star gazing and relaxing!
Perfect for couples sharing as each bedroom has en suite/private bathroom
Please note that the property may not be suitable for under 5's. The pond is only shallow but it is easy to access
From April 2017 Friday changeover. £475-£675/week Weekend breaks available Nov-March (3 night min)
There are local attractions and activities for everyone to enjoy; from fishing to mountain biking, hill walking to star-gazing and horse-riding to golf. Northumberland and the Scottish Borders are awash with castles, stately homes and gardens to explore, sandy beaches to stroll along and villages and market towns with farmer's markets to visit. And don't forget to soak up some Roman history and incredible landscapes at Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site.
Closer to home, there is on-site massage available, a 1 mile stretch of fishing on the farm, a large garden for kids (and dogs!) to run around and cosy beamed sitting rooms with log burning stoves and comfy sofas to relax on. There are a number of local pubs and tea rooms, the newly opened William de ~Percy bar and creperie in Otterburn and a well-stocked village shop.
Short breaks run from Friday to Monday (3 nights) or Monday to Friday (4 nights) during winter months.
For further information please contact Kate Kirsopp-Reed on 01830 520229, 07742 520408 or email email@example.com