Amidst a small terrace of four on the outskirts of Belford with uniterrupted moor views at the rear and far reaching views towards Bamburgh and the coast at the front
The accommodation is all on ground floor level, has oil central heating and comprises:
Sitting / dining room: with electric ‘stove effect’ fire, Freeview TV, DVD, CD player and lovely view across open moorland.
Kitchen: with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
Bedroom 1: with king-size bed and lovely rural views with en-suite shower enclosure, WC and wash basin
Bedroom 2: with two single beds
Bathroom: with shower over bath, WC and wash basin
All oil and electricity included. Bed linen supplied and towels provided. Travel cot and highchair available on request.
Garden (not enclosed) with patio furniture. Fenced stream in grounds. Off road parking. Please note: this is a working farm.
Moor View sits amidst a small terrace of four, nestled on an 800-acre working farm on the outskirts of the friendly village of Belford, and has recently undergone a total makeover to provide delightful holiday accommodation.
There are lovely uninterrupted views across moorland from the rear of the cottage and far reaching views towards Bamburgh and the coast from the front. The master bedroom enjoys the convenience of en-suite shower facilities. Belford is located just over a mile away and is often described as “the Gateway to the Secret Kingdom”. It offers many facilities including shops, a tea room, and pubs renowned for serving delicious food along with an impressive golf driving range. The picture postcard coastal village of Bamburgh, dominated by its majestic fortress and wide expanse of golden, sandy sweeping beach is a mere 6 miles east. The small and friendly market town of Wooler sits at the foot of the Cheviot Hills 10 miles west; a popular destination for those who enjoy cycling, hang-gliding, golf, horse-riding and walking – the challenging route of the ‘St Cuthbert’s Way’ runs close by. Chatton Trout Fishery invites amateur anglers to fish without a rod licence in a picturesque 4-acre lake close by. The elegant Georgian town of Berwick which straddles the salmon-rich River Tweed is 15 miles to the north, and the cobbled, market town of Alnwick, protected by its dramatic castle is a similar distance to the south where there is a wide array of amenities available. Alnwick Garden is a popular visitor attraction to see the Grand Cascade Waterfall and dine in the restaurant within the largest tree house in Europe! Take a trip to the vibrant cities of Newcastle upon Tyne or Edinburgh; both are only an hour’s drive or enjoy the journey by train from Berwick or Alnmouth.
Moor View offers delightful single storey accommodation in an excellent rural location making a great base to explore the north Northumbrian countryside to the west along with the Heritage coastline designated as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the east and the Scottish Borders north.