Relax in comfort
South facing lounge with comfortable seating
Roman House is a characterful stone cottage with attractive gardens and stunning views across the Tyne valley. It sleeps up to 7 people in four bedrooms – one king, one double, one twin and one single.
Downstairs is the comfortable lounge with stone fireplace, large breakfasting kitchen, all with south facing views.
The cottage is light and airy, with a wonderful calming ambiance.
Well behaved pets are welcome.
There are fabulous country walks right from the doorstep and wide range of attractive amenities within easy reach.
The cottage is located in an exceptionaly safe and secure area with very friendly local folks.
South facing lounge with comfortable seating
Open fireplace and natural wood floor.
Fully equipped 19 foot kitchen with 1.5 bowl sink, integrated hob / oven / extractor, dishwasher, tiled floor and breakfasting area.
Lawn, mature hedging and stunning views to the south.
Washing machine, tumbler drier, and a useful space for boots and coats.
Wake up to stunning views of theTyne Valley.
Wonderful views to the south in the double bedroom.
One single bedroom and one twin bedroom. Step-free access and wide clearance to the ground floor single bedroom
Modern white bathroom with electric shower over a panelled bath, handbasin and w.c.
Exceptionally bright, sunny, comfortable and well-appointed with beautiful south facing garden and wonderful views of the Tyne Valley.
Open fireplace, Hair Dryer, Heating, Iron & Board, Linens Provided, Parking, Towels, Tumble Dryer, Dishes & Utensils, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washing Machine, Satellite Television, Barbecue, Wireless Internet, Free parking on premises.
Hadrian's wall, Vindolanda, Forts, Ruins, Autumn foliage, Churches, Cinemas, Forests, Library, Live theatre, Museums, Pond, Recreation centre, Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Theme parks.
Local Services & Businesses
ATM/bank, Babysitter, Fitness centre, Groceries, Hospital, Laundrette - serviced, Massage therapist, Medical services.
Sports & Adventure Activities
Cycling, Deepsea fishing, Horse riding, Equestrian events, Fishing, Fly fishing, Freshwater fishing, Golf, Hiking, Hunting, Mountain biking, Sailing, Swimming, Tennis.
Bird watching, Horse riding, Outlet shopping, Paddle boating, Scenic drives, Sightseeing, Walking.
50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date. 100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. Service Fee fully refunded on cancellations that qualify for 100% refund.
Northumberland truly does have something for everyone. Whether you want to take it easy and relax, or are looking for an energetic few days away, there’s an activity for you. There are miles and miles of nationally renowned cycling and walking trails, and we have Europe’s largest area of protected night sky. Hadrian's Wall and the famous Vindolanda Roman Fort is just a short walk from here. So whether you’re a couple, a family, part of a group or just seeking some solitude, there’s no better place to be.
The local area is rich with walking trails to suit every type of walker. The nearby Pennine Way is 268 miles long but you can spend as little or as long as you like walking on it. Some people like to walk the full length between Edale and Kirk Yetholm. Others like to spend a week, a few days or even a day at a time taking in spectacular lengths of the route. Most full length walkers allow between 16 to 19 days to walk the entire Way. Hareshaw Linn Walk Is a stunning 2.5 mile walk starting from Bellingham, going through countryside, passing the remains of an old ironworks, (the area was once home to a number of iron and coal mines), and ending at a magnificent 30 feet waterfall. Today, Hareshaw Linn is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), designated for its rare ferns and lichens. Strictly speaking, 'Linn' is a waterfall. It is at the farthest point of Hareshaw Dene, a densely wooded glade full of wildlife, that the waterfall of Hareshaw Linn is to be found.
There are dozens of outstanding cyle trails nearby, whatever your ability or passion. There is a total of 350 miles of cycle paths in Northumberland. Four of the most famous cycle routes in the country run through Northumberland: Hadrian's Cycleway, The Coast & Castles, Pennine Cycleway, and the UK's most popular route, the Sea to Sea (C2C). Experience Kielder Forest and the North Tyne Valley on a bike. From the Lakeside Way around Kielder Water, to the more adventurous Osprey Trail (blue grade), all the way to the more technical red grade trails like Lonesome Pine, there's a trail to suit everyone.
Whether you’ve got one day to spare – or a week or two’s worth, prepare to discover just how much Northumberland has to offer. Stretching from the Scottish Borders to Hadrian’s Wall, with not just one, but two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and a National Park, come to Northumberland and you could be walking along vast expanses of dune-fringed beaches, climbing our dramatic hills and taking in glorious sweeps of valleys or just revelling in our wide-open spaces. You could be active and take to the waves kite surfing, soar through the skies on a treetop adventure, or hotfooting it along some of the UK’s most legendary walking routes. Or you could just take time to relax. Star gaze under the darkest skies in England, breathe in the fragrance of some of Britain’s greatest gardens or indulge in a spot of retail therapy at our traditional market towns and villages before lingering over memorable meals with a fusion of local fare.
This calendar shows our current availability. Please check the dates you are interested in and then call us on +44 7802 751 501 and we'll let you know about any special offers. We'd love to have you stay here!