Private quiet double glazed centrally heated cabin on a farm in the Northumberland countryside. Plenty of parking. Great for travellers, walkers, cyclists. Handy for airport [Newcastle airport 15 mins drive] and ferry. One lovely country pub which is a seafood restaurant serving good food. Close to country walks and tourist attractions, Ponteland Village, Metro into Newcastle, main road to and from Scotland. Golf courses close by.
“What a fantastic stay we had at Del's place. We were so impressed by the facilities in the static caravan - the bedrooms were well appointed and so comfy, the living area was super relaxing, and the garden and grounds were tranquil and so perfect. Del was a very communicative and thoughtful host - she left us some freshly laid eggs from the chickens for our breakfast, and was so friendly and helpful when we were planning where to visit. The only drawback we found is that our break was over far too quickly - one night is not enough! Thanks again.”
A cosy self contained one bedroom first floor flat attached to the main Hilton house. It has a living room and kitchenette (with double sofa bed) bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom. There is also a lovely south facing private garden. Following an extensive refurbishment the flat has a stunning new ensuite as well as a beautiful freestanding copper bath! COVID update - please be assured we deep clean between stays as well as providing cleaning materials for piece of mind
“Easy to find, plenty of parking very close, We chose it for its walk inshower and parking nearby. Splendid bath of course but also comfy clean, roomy bathroom with a good waterfall shower. Nice toiletries too! Appreciated the breakfast basics offered and small milk- really useful. Cafetiere appreciated. Note the steep stairs from entrance- ok but we had a disabled member who managed as there was a bannister on main staircase but worth mentioning.”
Come and stay in this cosy caravan at the bottom of our garden! Described by one guest as ‘the tardis of joy,’ this mobile home is deceptively spacious and surprisingly comfortable. With double glazing, central heating and a gas fire, it is warm as toast all year round. When the weather is fine, you can make use of the large, south-facing garden. Situated in a quiet street just a 10-15 minute walk from Hexham town centre, it’s handy for all the amenities this historic market town has to offer.
“Alison's caravan was cosy and warm, even when it was cold outside. It was separated from a quiet road by trees, at the end of a long garden. The caravan was well supplied with breakfast items, books, games and toiletries. We had a great stay.”