Beautifully presented character barn conversion nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac in an enviable location on the heritage coastline. Perfect retreat for a family and couples.
Stay on the Northumberland Heritage Coastline in this beautifully presented barn conversion, ideal for friends or family to explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visit historic castles, enjoy wide sandy beaches and visit pretty harbour villages or bustling market towns.
Once part of a Dominican friary, this fabulous home is full of charm and character. The stable-style front door leads into a bright and spacious lounge with lovely wood flooring and plenty of luxurious, comfortable seating where everyone can feel at home. Grab a spot on the window seat where you can sit with a good book and watch birds frequenting the garden or join them outside, taking a seat under the delightful pergola. The kitchen/diner is a sociable spot to spend time with family or friends and is distinctly farmhouse in style with its cream-coloured units and electric range cooker. After a day of discovery and adventure, soak tired legs in the family bathroom before heading to bed in one of three light and airy bedrooms tucked under the sloping eaves of the roof.
The property is located within easy walking distance of Bamburgh’s independent shops, cafes, pubs and renowned restaurants, and no trip to the village would be complete without a visit to the famed Bamburgh Castle. Traditional seaside fun awaits on Bamburgh’s golden sands, where the castle provides a stunning backdrop to this classic coastal scene. Take a boat trip to see birdlife on the Farne Islands and watch for dolphins along the way, or cross the causeway to Holy Island, with great walks and fabulous views. Don’t miss glorious Beadnell Bay (6.3 miles) for water sports, sand dunes, and views of Dunstanburgh Castle. Further afield, the 12 landscaped acres of Alnwick Gardens (16.2 miles) are home to the world’s largest Tai Haku cherry orchard as well as the world’s largest treehouse restaurant.