|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
A charming, traditional Northumbrian cottage in an idyllic rural location with views over farmland to the hills beyond. The newly-refurbished accommodation three bedrooms (one double, two superking or twin) and a single child's bedroom. Downstairs there is a large kitchen with dining area, cosy seating room with open fire and snug.
Outside there is a large garden complete and ample outbuildings for storage of outdoor kit. A paddock is available for guests wishing to bring horses.
Open-plan kitchen and dining area. Kitchen with 2 oven Aga, single oven with 4 ring gas hob, large Smeg fridge / freezer, dishwasher. NB A washing machine is available in the outbuildings. Dining area (seats 8).
Sitting room with open fire and TV with Freeview, DVD player, wi fi and iDock.
Study / snug.
Cloakroom with WC and basin.
Entrance hall and inner hall for storage of outdoor kit.
Bedroom three with two 3' beds which can be superking or twin.
En suite bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, whb and WC.
Bedroom one with 5' king size bed.
En suite bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, whb and WC.
Bedroom two with 6' superking bed or two 3' twin beds.
Bathroom with bath with handheld shower, whb and WC. Please note that this bathroom is accessed through the child's bedroom and has a coved ceiling with limited height.
Child's bedroom (single bed). Please note that the third bathroom is accessed via this bedroom and has a coved ceiling with limited height.
Wi fi is available at Limeworks Cottage.
Wide range of outbuildings for storage of outdoor kit.
Garden and grounds
Large garden, woodland and paddock extending to 10 acres with fabulous views over farmland to the hills beyond. Guests are welcome to bring their own horses and keep them in the paddock. Guests with small children should be aware that there is a large pond adjacent to the house which is fenced. There is ample private parking to the side of the house.
Catering and housekeeping
Limeworks Cottage can be let on a pure self-catering basis or treat yourself to a proper rest and book a cook (either full time or for the occasional, special meal) or homemade meals delivered to the house. Alternatively, we offer a food-shopping and wine delivery service. Daily housekeeping is also available. Please contact us for further details.
Facilities for babies
A travel cot and high chair are available on request.
Three dogs are welcome at Limeworks Cottage.
*Plus compulsory or optional charges based on actual occupancy or consumption. The payment has to be made in the currency offered by the property manager, before use of conversion tool. Payments in other currencies have to be negotiated beforehand with the property manager. The currency conversion tool is provided for your convenience only and is non-binding.
Limeworks Cottage sits approximately 3 miles from the village of Lowick where you can buy a range of provisions from the well-stocked village store, including freshly baked bread, cakes and scones as well as lovely local produce. Six miles and seven miles respectively will take you to the charming villages of Belford and Wooler where you will find a good selection of small town shopping, as well as a selection of eateries, inns and pubs. Alternatively a more extensive range of amenities, including large supermarkets, can be found in Berwick-upon-Tweed just a short twelve mile drive away.
Activities & Attractions
Limeworks Cottage is located in the heart of North Northumberland and is exceptionally well placed for exploring the wider area. Seven miles in one direction will take you to the edge of the Northumberland National Park, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty with over 400 square miles of stunning landscapes, criss-crossed by over 700 miles of walking, biking and riding trails. It is also England��s first, and Europe’s largest, International Dark Sky Park which means that it is perfect for a spot of star gazing. On a clear night you will see stunning Meteor Showers, the Milky Way and even the Andromeda Galaxy - an astonishing 2.5 million light years away!
The dramatic beauty of the Cheviot Hills can be accessed from Wooler (7 miles) where walkers and mountain bikers can follow the routes of ancient cattle drovers, taking in Iron Age stone fortifications and traces of Bronze Age hilforts amidst the tranquil and rugged landscape. Follow the legend of St. Cuthbert with a visit to the Cuddy�������s Cave (2 miles) a short walk exploring the area around this historic feature, or alternatively join Northumberland Park Rangers for a guided walk where you will learn much about the heritage and wildlife of the area and enjoy some outstanding vistas along the way. For cycling, you will find everything from gentle low-level meanders to big hill country treks, including long-distance routes such as the Pennine Cycleway or the cycle challenges of the Wooler Wheel Hub.
For families, the Breamish Valley is a popular area with pretty river picnic spots where children can paddle, followed by a walk to the lovely waterfall at Linhope Spout where you may even spot some wild Cheviot goats along the way! Alternatively, a warm welcome awaits you at Ford & Etal Estates (8 miles) which has a super range of child friendly activities with over 20 attractions to explore, including a 15” gauge steam railway, fishing, canoeing, cycle hire and riding centre.
The stunning heritage coastline is just a short drive away with miles of pristine sandy beaches, jolly pubs serving the freshest fish and chips, and picture postcard coastal villages with charming galleries and gift shops. Experience the exhilarating thrill of kitesurfing at Bamburgh, coasteering at Beadnell or perhaps just enjoy the simple pleasures of a picnic and a game of beach cricket on sands which remain almost deserted even in the summer months.
History buffs will be enchanted by the rich heritage of the area, where dramatic castles and grand stately homes punctuate the landscape here. Follow in the footsteps of ancient pilgrims to the mystical Holy Island of Lindisfarne (7 miles) to complete the final journey of St. Cuthbert, or simply sit back and enjoy the breathtaking views from the sheltered dune-fringed sands of this uniquely special place.