These two charming properties are set in the grounds of Eslington Park, a peaceful and tranquil setting, an ideal retreat for families or groups of friends. The Dower House (ref MRH) is a single-storey property offering comfortable, spacious and relaxing holiday accommodation with a pretty conservatory and garden. The East Wing (ref MTC) is a substantial and gracious self-contained Georgian property which is Grade II listed and enjoys its own large garden. Set midway between Alnwick and Rothbury these properties are surrounded by stunning countryside peppered with friendly Northumbrian villages. A short drive leads to the glorious Northumbrian Heritage Coast AONB with castles, fortresses and golden unspoilt beaches. Excellent walks and golf can be enjoyed in the surrounding countryside, whilst fishing on-site and pheasant shooting in season can be arranged with the owner. Rothbury, set along the river, offers lovely little shops and inns, whilst Alnwick is famous for its majestic castle used in Harry Potter. Many NT properties nearby include Cragside with its magnificent gardens and hall. Visit Craster or Seahouses before taking a boat trip over to the Farne Islands to see the seals and birds. Take in Holy Island for a historic step back in time. Shop 4 miles, pub 3 miles.
- Separate WCs0
- Min. Stay1 - 7 nights
House, 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
- Calendar last updated:
- 21 Oct 2018
wonderful place for family with 2 children & grandparents, beautiful setting, everything we needed
Very warm and comfortable cottage with enough room for everyone on an amazing bank holiday weekend, tray of tea, flowers were welcome touches. A super kingsize bed would be perfect in the largest bedroom. Guests might be warned that mobile phone reception is either absent or not good, depending on carrier. Wifi was good throughout our stay. A little more detail needed to find the cottage once on the estate, several turns onto small tracks, signposts are there so reference to them would be helpful. A lovely stay. 4 stars due to phone reception, not knowing if we could use the landline phone in the cottage.