Northumberland has no shortage of beautiful spots from which to experience some of the sights and activities of one of England's most rural and historic counties. Fenham-le-moor Cottages can certainly boast such a prized location, in a secluded spot just half a mile from the sea, on route to the Lindisfarne Nature Reserve. Revel in the views over Lindisfarne Castle and Holy Island, and enjoy all the home comforts of your own holiday cottage, fully equipped for a memorable and wholly enjoyable stay within this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The cottages are easy to get to, just one mile from the major A1 road which links Edinburgh with all points south. The village of Belford is just 4 miles away and is the place to head for all the provisions you will need for your stay. The historic town of Berwick upon Tweed is close by too, and from here, train services run to Edinburgh and beyond. The Scottish Borders and Cheviot Hills are easily accessible for those looking to tour the wider area.
Two cottages are available. Teal Cottage sleeps up to 5 persons and Wagtail Cottage can accommodate up to 6 persons. Both cottages have three bedrooms and benefit from a superior range of amenities, including a furnished lounge with open fire, TV, CD player and a kitchen/dining room, fully equipped with washer/dryer, microwave, electric cooker and fridge. Teal Cottage has a bathroom with electric shower over the bath, while Wagtail has a separate bath and electric shower and a further en suite shower in the double bedroom.
All duvets and linen are provided, as is night storage heating downstairs and radiators upstairs. Both cottages have an enclosed front garden, and there is a separate car park with an adjoining play area and clothes dryer. Please note that no pets are allowed.
For further enquiries or to make a booking, contact Mrs J. Burn the proprietor of Fenham-le-moor Cottages.
Mrs J. Burn