View towards the property
Living room area
Living room
Kitchen and dining table
Dining area
Ornement within property
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Double bedroom with wardrobe
Bathroom with overhead shower and bath
Twin bedroom
View of the village
Enclosed Garden
Enclosed garden with patio and garden bench
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Belford Townhouse

Belford, Northumberland
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • 17th century Grade II-listed townhouse close to the market square
  • Exposed beams, and sash windows throughout
  • Enclosed garden with patio area and furniture for al fresco meals
  • Located in the village of Belford with several pubs, cafes and shops nearby
  • Close to a golf course and children’s play park
  • Within easy driving distance of the Northumberland coastline
Property code: CN034

This historic house has been beautifully renovated to offer stylish accommodation in the heart of a bustling Northumberland village.

Belford Townhouse is a 17th Century, Grade 2 listed building and has been lovingly renovated to offer outstanding holiday accommodation for a party of up to 6 guests. Located close to the market square in the pretty village of Belford with a good range of amenities, including an excellent Co-op shop, as well as the super farm shop, Sunnyhills, which sells a range of great food from renowned local producers such as; Chain Bridge Honey Farm, The Northumbrian Bread Company, Lintz Hall Farm, Doddington Dairy, Swallows Fish, NB Gin, Allendale Brewery, Lindesfarne Ales, Willow Cottage Jam, Chutneys, B.F. Fruit, Veg and much more! Plus there is a cafe and deli there, also in the village are a couple of pubs/restaurants, a fish and chip shop, coffee shops and a friendly golf course open to visitors all year round. Nearby, Bamburgh Castle, its must-visit village and the beautiful is only a 10 minute drive away and a little further on you can visit Seahouses and the Farne Islands, Beadnell Bay for the water sports and cross the causeway to The Holy Island of Lindisfarne for great walks, and of course you must sample the delicious Lindisfarne Mead! From here, you can also easily drive to Alnwick Castle, the Alnwick Gardens and its market town - just 20 minutes away.

You really have the best of both worlds staying here, as while you are near the popular coastal areas, you have plenty of off-road, private parking at the cottage, an enclosed garden to relax in and the cottage is nice and spacious inside. Belford Townhouse would suit a family or a group of friends looking for somewhere special to return to after days out and about exploring the region’s fabulous local attractions.

The property has 3 good size bedrooms, with lovely views from each room, including a distant view of the sea from one of the two double bedrooms. The rest of the living accommodation is generously proportioned, light and airy and you will have all the facilities you need for a memorable holiday.

This cottage accepts one well behaved dog.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

  • 3 bedrooms 2 doubles and 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom with shower over bath and WC
  • Gas hob and electric oven, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave
  • TV/DVD, radio, and iPod docking station available
  • Enclosed garden with table and chairs
  • Ample storage space for bicycles, pushchairs and scooters
  • Off-road parking for 1 car
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Central heating and electric included
  • 2 well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Pub, restaurant, and supermarket within walking distance

This property is personally managed by Vanessa.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Melanie D 1st September 2017

Belford is an ideal base for touring the Northumberland coast 5 minutes away from Bamburgh Castle. The Townhouse is a lovely three-story accommodation in the middle of Belford. The Black Swan and The Salmon are two local pubs serving home cooked food at a very reasonable price both are child and dog friendly. Excellent pre-booking experience - helpRead moreful staff. Hide

Reviewed by Melanie D 1st September 2017

Belford Townhouse is an ideal base for touring the Northumberland coast 5 minutes away from Bamburgh Castle. The Townhouse is a lovely three story accommodation in the middle of Belford. The Black Swan and The Salmon are two local pubs serving home cooked food at a very reasonable price both are child and dog friendly.

Reviewed by Katie N 14th July 2017

Belford Townhouse was lovely; it was both clean and homely. The local co-op was well-stocked. There is a good fish and chip shop in Belford. There is also a lovely cafe with friendly staff offering reasonably priced food for lunch. Belford is close to the A1 making it a good location to get to all the local attractions.

Reviewed by Carla Y 17th April 2017

Nice and homely, everything we needed in a good location with a great pub a few doors away the Black Swan! In a quiet small village, first visit to Northumberland and would go back. Visited Lindisfarne, Bamburgh coastline,sea houses, Cragside and Wallington, great place to visit!

Reviewed by Kate R

Lovely decor and the sitting room and bedrooms were great. The Belford Townhouse stands in the market square opposite the Blue Bell Inn - an old coaching stop. Its light and airy rooms overlook the market cross and the church steps. It's extremely convenient for Lindisfarne and Bamburgh and just a mile off the A1 so easy to reach. Our visit was briRead moreef but we'd recommend The White Swan in Warenford for meals and the Blue Bell Inn for their folk night (very skilled and gentle), good beers and satisfying bar food. Lindisfarne is magical of course - but we'd advise getting across as soon as the causeway opens (not difficult when you're so near to begin with) and getting straight on with what you want to see - the Castle and the Priory get very busy. We had a great lunch at The Pilgrim Cafe there then walked the beaches. The beach at Bamburgh (with the castle lowering behind) is unbelievably clean and beautiful and our whippet loved the sand beneath his paws, as did many, many other dogs - no restrictions here. Hide

Reviewed by Helen J

Ideal location, good size, nicely presented, spotless, everything we needed. Enjoyed dog walking on the beach.

Reviewed by Happy Guests

We stayed at Belford Townhouse as a family for a long weekend. We absolutely loved the house and had a fantastic family break. We hadn't been to Belford before but were pleasantly surprised by the local facilities - shop, few pubs, fish and chip shop, nice cafe / farm shop (called Sunnyhills - very good coffee and lunch) with kids play park and smaRead morell independent shops. It's only a 5 minute drive along the spectacular coastline down to Bamburgh for a great beach, castle and further restaurants and pubs (we recommend the beach directly behind the castle). The location is perfect, not far from anywhere - we went to Holy Island for a day trip which is only 15 mins away. The house has a big entrance hall, (perfect for storing scooters!) with private parking area and a garden which is enclosed and seems to be a sun trap, even at this time of year. The property has been recently renovated and carefully furnished with an eye for detail - the owners had been in touch via email and text before and during our stay to check everything was ok. They had even left fresh eggs from their hens for us to enjoy! We found the house was really well equipped (the kitchen even had cookery books) and was very comfortable and spotlessly clean. The lounge is a grand space and has two large windows seats overlooking the village square. All bedrooms have stunning views from the top floors, and the twin room has a great selection of games and toys for the children.. Great place for hide and seek according to the kids! We will hopefully be coming back for the summer hols or long weekend break, and will definitely recommend to friends and family. Thanks again! Hide

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Living room area
Living room
Kitchen and dining table
Dining area
Ornement within property
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Double bedroom with wardrobe
Bathroom with overhead shower and bath
Twin bedroom
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If you’re looking for a seaside holiday with a difference, visit Northumberland – a region brimming with beautiful golden, sandy beaches, rolling hills, craggy moorland, bustling market towns and fishing villages, and more castles than in any other county in England.

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