2 bedrooms that sleep 4 people (1 king and 1 twin)
Michael and David
About Michael and David
Successful landlords specialising in holiday and residential lettings
Michael and David purchased this House in 2017
Why Michael and David chose Hexham
Stunning location that is truly away from it all
What makes this House unique
We love this property due to the silence of the surrounding area.
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
Sooo peaceful leaving reluctantly but totally relaced
Cosy cottage in a very quiet location.
Allenheads interesting heritage centre and good tea room only a few hundered metres away and great moorland walks accessible from the front door. Loved the quiet. Only stayed 2 nights passing through would have loved to stay longer, in this very comfortable cottage.
The Allen Valleys, in the south west corner of Northumberland, border the counties of Durham and Cumbria and sit in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
A special and widely undiscovered place...our visitors often tell us they had no idea how, beautiful, peaceful and relaxing the Allen Valleys are. Throughout the year we have a great mix of things to do and see, friendly places to stay and a tradition of warm welcomes in pubs serving fresh local food and drink. In and around the villages and hamlets, the valleys' history of lead mining and agriculture can be explored and experienced. Artists and Craftsmen create bespoke pieces inspired by the valleys and sold in local galleries.
The East and West Allen Rivers rise on the fell where Northumberland meet County Durham and flow north through the valleys they have cut out of the local limestone over thousands of years. The rivers run bright and clear with trout and salmon running up stream to their spawning grounds. Our fells and heather moors are home to rare birds, flowers and Wildlife. Early morning sunrises are magnificent, equally stunning are our sunsets at which point you discover that light pollution is among the lowest in the UK, which is why our night skies are like being covered by a black velvet blanket twinkling with thousands of diamond like stars.
Year round, we have many things to do, many places to discover and many delightful places to eat. Whether you enjoy driving, cycling, horse riding or walking we have quiet roads and a network of off road routes. Events are also going on throughout the year including a fantastic folk festival, numerous village fairs and the famous and unique New Years Eve celebration; Tar Barl!