Relax in acres of space in this converted stables building by an old country house in Old Horton Grange. Flexible enough to take up to 10 people, or small enough for two.
The Stables can also fit in your canine companion. Double sided wood burner and retained beams throughout for a good country feel. Near every amenity you could want.
The cottage itself oozes character throughout and is ideal for a large group celebrating a special occasion or a family wanting to enjoy the Northumbria countryside.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
About Old Horton Grange Cottage
Charming self-catering holiday home. Huge windows throughout this U-shaped building and courtyard setup. Open plan living and dining area. Sunlit main bedroom with double bed.
Unique converted stables holiday home. All on one level, open plan lounge with double sided wood burner. Fully equipped kitchen and furnished dining area. Courtyard at one side of the property.
The cottage does welcome pets. Horton Grange gives plenty of room to roam, and you can take your four legged friend to the Stables free of charge.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Ponteland
The property is part of the converted Old Horton Grange estate, which lies just north west of Newcastle upon Tyne in the Northumberland countryside.
The Stables offers two living areas, including some shared space. Nearby is the Bothy House, which sits in its own grounds. The dog-friendly Stables is all on one level, which will suit your furry friend down to the ground, literally.
The Stables sits at the edge of working farm land, and there is open countryside all round. A brisk doggie walk away is the historic Northumbrian town of Ponteland, which also benefits from being right next to Newcastle International Airport.
The local area is overflowing with things to see and do for you and your four legged friend. Ponteland itself has plenty of watering holes and eateries, not to mention places to stock up. There is also an award winning farm shopping centre just out of town. The River Pont flows through the town, and there are signposted paths and trails to follow in all directions. The area is very popular with cyclists and walkers, especially those with canine companions.
The National Trust’s Hadrian’s Wall Estate runs to the south of Ponteland. The Wall itself is a World Heritage Site, and just one of the historic attractions for which Northumberland is famous. Hadrian’s Wall is extremely well managed, and there are guide centres to help plan a sensible day trip out along the wall with your well behaved dog. Pick up the trail in the well named village of Heddon-on-the Wall..
Here you are offered a unique chance to see a country estate next to a working farm, and let your dog enjoy the countryside. The living area has a genuine country feel about it, and the wood burning stove fits in perfectly.
For a couple with a canine companion, the one-level living accommodation is perfect for relaxing in without feeling restricted.
The surrounding area boasts an embarrassment of walks, trails and visitor attractions. There are also plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants to keep you going.
Old Horton Grange Cottage
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