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Three bed house in pretty village setting

SuperhostNorthumberland, England, United Kingdom
Entire house hosted by Alison
6 guests3 bedrooms4 beds1 bath
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Enjoy a stay at Wentworth, an attractive, characterful three bedroom stone-built home in the charming, tranquil village of Newbrough, gateway to Northumberland National Park.

Overlooking the grass parks of Newbough Hall, Wentworth offers light and airy accommodation with attractive gardens front and rear and ample car parking. It is ideally situated only 10 minutes from Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site, the Roman forts of Vindolanda and Housesteads, and the historic market town of Hexham.
Enjoy a stay at Wentworth, an attractive, characterful three bedroom stone-built home in the charming, tranquil village of Newbrough, gateway to Northumberland National Park.

Overlooking the grass parks of Newbough Hall, Wentworth offers light and airy accommodation with attractive gardens front and rear and ample car parking. It is ideally situated only 10 minutes from Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
Bedroom 3
1 double bed

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Free parking on premises
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TV
Heating
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Iron
Hair dryer
Carbon monoxide alarm

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Northumberland, England, United Kingdom

Northumberland's history has been one of wild borderlands, dangerous territories at the frontier of warring nations and battling reiver clans. Shaped, moulded and pummelled by its history and location, Northumberland, which became known as the "cradle of Christianity", has more castles than any other county in England.

Home to both Hadrian's Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Kielder Water and Forest, this beautiful western corner of Northumberland is an all year round attraction for sightseers, ramblers, cyclists and anglers.

Kielder boasts the biggest man-made lake in Northern Europe, the largest working forest in England, and the largest Dark Sky Park area of protected night sky in Europe. The popular Kielder Observatory hosts thrilling stargazing events throughout the year, the best time being the autumn and winter months when the nights draw in.

The village of Newbrough serves as a tranquil southerly retreat to the stunning, rugged landscape of Hadrian's Wall on the Great Whin Sill and Kielder Water and Forest. Only a short walk to the South, through Crow Wood, takes you to the beautiful river South Tyne.

Ten minutes drive to the west lies the Roman fort of Vindolanda, the home of Britain's top treasure, the Vindolanda Writing Tablets. To the east, dominating the ancient market town of Hexham, are the beautiful and welcoming Hexham Abbey, containing St Wildred's 7th century underground crypt, and Hexham Old Gaol, reputed to be the oldest purpose-built prison in England.

Situated on the Stanegate, the ancient Roman road, and now popular Hadrian's Cycleway, Wentworth overlooks the grass parks of Newbrough Hall. A minute's walk is the Red Lion public house, an old coaching inn dating back to the 1190's, serving delicious, locally sourced food and ales. A longer walk along the South Tyne brings you to the popular Boatside public house where the river joins the North Tyne at Waters Meet.

20 minutes away are the beautiful village of Corbridge, Aydon Castle and Chipchase Castle. A little further are the stunning City of Newcastle upon Tyne; Gateshead for the Metro Centre and Angel of the North; historic Durham City; the world famous Beamish Museum; and Kynren, the UK's "must see" spectacular live action outdoor theatre show. Head cross country to the lovely village of Rothbury and visit the Idyllic Cragside House and Wallington Hall. No stay in Northumberland is complete without visiting the atmospheric castles and wonderful sandy beaches of the Northumberland Coast. Cross the county border into the North Pennines, where you will find the South Tynedale Railway and great walks around the picturesque towns of Blanchland, Allendale and Middleton in Teesdale.

Conveniently close to the luxury wedding venues of Walwick Hall and Matfen Hall, and the golf venues of Close House and Slaley Hall.

Only a few miles from the A68, A69 and A1, guests will enjoy easy access across the region.
Northumberland's history has been one of wild borderlands, dangerous territories at the frontier of warring nations and battling reiver clans. Shaped, moulded and pummelled by its history and location, Northumb…

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Joined in September 2019
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