A Grade II listed, stone-built, end-terrace townhouse, in the centre of Alnwick and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
Alnwick House is a Grade II listed, stone-built, end-terrace townhouse, in the centre of Alnwick and can sleep six people. The cottage is set over three floors and has a second floor double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a ground floor adult bunks room with an en-suite basin and WC, a second floor bathroom, a first floor basin and WC, a first floor kitchen and dining area, a ground floor sitting room with an electric fire and a basement games room. Outside there is roadside parking in roads just a short stroll from the cottage, lockable bike storage and a shared patio. Alnwick House is a wonderful holiday base.
Amenities: Gas central heating with electric fire. Electric oven, gas hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, Xbox 360 with games, WiFi, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Roadside parking in roads just a short stroll from cottage. Lockable bike storage. Due to the property being terraced the patio area in the back is shared with neighbouring properties. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pubs 3 mins walk.
Please note due to the local council not providing recycling facilities the owners kindly request you take your own recycling home, thank you.
Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife.
Town: This part of Northumberland is famous for its unspoilt beauty, and is widely recognised as having some of the most picturesque countryside in the whole of England. The area offers a wonderful combination of coastline and countryside, having long sandy beaches and the Cheviot Hills complementing each other perfectly. There are also a great number of well-preserved and spectacular medieval castles and stately homes in the area, including the fantastic Alnwick Castle, home to the Duke of Northumberland and often referred to as "The Windsor of the North". Alnwick itself was once a prosperous medieval market town, being only a day's ride from Berwick-upon-Tweed in the north and Newcastle upon Tyne in the south. It is still a charming maze of cobbled streets and narrow alleys, whilst its fine stone buildings now house a range of specialist shops and family-run businesses. Visitors can still enjoy the atmosphere of Alnwick as it may have been in Medieval times in the town's recently refurbished Market Place, which is also the centre for local events, including Alnwick Fair and the International Music Festival.