Holiday Cottages in Northumberland - Otterburn and Northumberland National Park
Poppy's Cottage, Northumberland National Park
Situated on a country lane in the village of Otterburn, this holiday cottage is benefited by its spacious rooms and beautiful interior standards. The living room boasts a solid oak floor as well as an open fire place and 42″ HD TV whilst a separate sun room offers fantastic views of the garden and surrounding country side. A fully equipped kitchen looks onto the sun room making it ideal for families or groups of friends wishing to prepare meals but still be involved in the living space. Through the sun room’s french windows lies a large and well maintained garden that is separated from the front garden and drive making it an ideal area for children, pets and relaxing in the summer sun. All bedrooms are good sizes and with a single, twin and two doubles this house offers great versatility. Additionally, a utility room and porch offer extra space for preparing for the great outdoors or just another place to sit in the sun. Equipped with these standards and with a fantastic location for exploring the Northumbrian countryside guests of this property will not be disappointed.
A recently refurbished shepherd’s home, Poppy’s Holiday Cottage is nestled on an incline and boasts spectacular views of the Coquet valley. A prime location for those wishing to explore the towering green hills of Northumberland National Park this cottage represents luxury accommodation secluded miles away from almost anyone other than the farmhouse next door. A three bedroom property consisting of two twin rooms and the master double bedroom as well as two bathrooms and a separate dining room this property is ideal for families and small groups of ramblers. A large kitchen and a living room equipped with a comforting wood burning stove have been decorated with modern elements that compliments well . A spacious garden looks out onto the Coquet river below and would be ideal for barbecues, playing with the kids or just relaxing and enjoying the scenery. Northumberland National Park offers plenty of opportunity for activity with bridleways and paths including one running just across the river from the holiday cottage itself. The hamlet of Alwinton offers food and drinks at the Rose and Thistle pub only four miles away.