Get away from it all in this perfect, self-contained holiday cottage in Once Brewed. Perfect for a couple with a well behaved canine companion.
Original stone building, well let throughout and with a cozy open plan living and dining area. Wood burner in original fireplace, ideal for winter evenings or drying off after a hike. There’s a pub and restaurant 2 miles away.
This property is great for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy long walks and cycling routes right on your doorstep.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Felbridge Cottage
Charming stone built self-catering holiday cottage. Comfy sofa in sunny lounge. Compact open plan layout. Bedroom with double bed, perfectly lit by skylight.
Cosy one bedroom holiday home. Snug lounge with wood burner and fireplace. Kitchen and dining area combined, leading out to patio area with garden furniture.
The cottage is just the right size and layout for one or two people, along with a canine companion. The home from home feel is perfect for a dog, and there’s no extra charge.
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Things To Do in Once Brewed
This superb stone build holiday cottage is an original part of what is still a working farm. It fits perfectly into its location, and can be accessed without disturbing any other part of the farm’s working life.
Accessed by a country lane, the cottage and it’s sitting out area look directly onto the rolling landscape of Northumberland. In the not too far distance are the Cheviot Hills. Once Brewed is an ancient name, and is one of many in the area. Nearby is Bardon Mill, a busy country village just two miles away.
The open access to the countryside gives you and your furry friend all sorts of opportunities to explore. Hadrians’s Wall World Heritage Site is literally on your doorstep, with the excavated Roman fort and village of Vindolanda a few hundred yards from Once Brewed. You and your furry friend can explore the remains of the bath house, and visit the well run visitor centre. This is also an excellent place to pick up the Hadrian’s Wall Path, which has guideposts all along its 73 mile route. There are much more manageable sections, as set out in the many handy tourist guides.
Slightly further afield, jump in the car and see what the North Country has to offer. Bardon Mill is on the way to Cumbria from Newcastle, and to the north is the Cheviot range, only an hour or so up the road. The Cheviots are extremely popular with walkers, and there are many dog friendly routes planned throughout the range.
Over to the east, the Northumberland Hertiage Coast runs from Berwick all the way down to the fishing port of Amble. There are many historic sites along the way, including Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island. Also a short drive away is Alnwick Castle, home of the mythical Hogwarts of Harry Potter fame.
This cottage has an awful lot to offer. Its original features and feel mean you’ll be likely to want to spend a lot of time there. However, the countryside begs to be explored, and your furry friend won’t let you rest for long.
There are countless historical sites and towns to visit in the area, with plenty of opportunity to let your dog explore. There are local farm shops in the area for fine provisions, and larger towns not far away for restaurants and culture. The city of Newcastle upon Tyne is only a half-hour drive to the west.
It is a perfect base for a holiday. A romantic weekend is a great choice, but there are other also plenty of other adventures to be had.
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