This cottage in the tranquil village of Warenford is the perfect getaway for families or friends, set moments away from a friendly pub where you can wind down after a day exploring Northumberland.
With a stunning location in the quiet village of Warenford, Ferguson Cottage is part of a collection of cottages which offer the perfect retreat for families or groups of friends. Just across the road you will find The White Swan, a friendly and traditional pub offering delicious food and an array of drinks to take your fancy. Travel just a mile North and you will find The Purdy Lodge, and as a guest of Ferguson Cottage you will receive 10% off your food bill when you order lunch or an evening meal.
Just five miles away lies the attractive village of Bamburgh, here you will find its expansive sandy beach offering the perfect space to picnic, or if you’re feeling brave you might want to try your hand at surfing which is popular with many locals and visitors. Another reason to visit Bamburgh is for its iconic castle, with its site history dating back to prehistoric times and its modern day structure featuring on TV in the likes of Time Team, this fantastic landmark offers an exciting day out for everyone. Bamburgh is also known for the heroine Grace Darling, who saved 18 sailors from a Shipwreck on the Farne Islands; you can visit the RNLI Grace Darling Museum and learn of her fascinating rescue.
The nearby town of Seahouses and the village of Beadnell are popular with tourists and offer some truly unique experiences for your holiday; a boat trip from Seahouses out to the Farne Islands is a must and over on Beadnell Bay an array of watersports await you.
Northumberland is famed for its Coast, but further inland there are numerous places to visit which will certainly make for a memorable trip.
Chillingham Castle has a fantastic offering for visitors, take a walk through the woods and up to the lakes, see the Wild Cattle in all their glory, or be brave an take an evening Ghost Tour! The county of Northumberland is home to various estates, one of which being Ford and Etalwhich for over 100 years has been home to the Joicey family. Take a tour of the estate on a steam train, visit Flodden Battlefield which is just steeped in history, or take in Etal Castle with its award winning exhibition.
Under 50 minutes drive from Warenford you will find the rolling Cheviot Hills, contact North East Guides (special discount available), who offer guided walks in the area allowing you to walk the hills and soak up the scenery.Accommodating up to 6 guests in 3 bedrooms all with en-suites, this cosy cottage would suit families or groups of friends ready to discover Northumberland and its countless offerings. The kitchen area is spacious and well equipped with a dining table to seat up to 6 guests, offering a great space to come together and enjoy home cooked meals. When the time comes to enjoy a relaxing evening, the lounge area has two comfy sofas and a Flat Screen TV with Freeview. There is also free guest WiFi for your use.
Please note, that for larger groups, this cottage can be booked alongside other similar cottages.
This cottage accepts one well behaved dog.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.