In the unspoilt Northumberland countryside, The Arches is a pretty retreat away from the hustle and bustle. It’s a converted barn on the edge of a working farm with 2 bedrooms and room for 5 people.
The arched windows give this place plenty of character, along with the large wood burner and pine-wood floors. There’s a large hot tub outside – the ideal spot for relaxing after a long day sight-seeing.
The market town of Morpeth is just 9 miles away where there’s a river, pretty parks, lots of shops and a bagpipe museum. And the quiet coast can be reached in 15 minutes for a walk beside the sea. To spend time in a bustling city, head to Newcastle and visit the Tyne Bridge, shopping mall, castle and cathedral.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Private Hot Tub
Pets - No Charge
Flat Screen TV
About The Arches
On a working farm, The Arches is a barn conversion with 2 bedrooms sleeping 5 people.
The living area has a wood burner, TV, DVD player and a single sofa bed. There’s a breakfast bar, washing machine, fridge and cooker in the kitchen.
There’s a downstairs bathroom with WC. On the first floor are 2 double bedrooms each with a TV and en-suite shower room. To the front of the building, there’s an outside seating area and a hot tub for 6 people. You can take one doggy to this holiday home.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Morpeth
Burgham Park Golf Club and Linden Hall Golf Course are just half a mile away so this spot is ideal for golfers. The village of Felton has a tea room, award-winning pub and a local store so all your holiday essentials are within easy reach.
Morpeth is a pretty town with the River Wansbeck running though it. There’s a market every Wednesday in the centre, and a department store, high street chains and independent boutiques to be found as well.
Carlisle Park is pretty with a formal area, a wooded area and a set of stepping stones over the river. A bagpipe museum provides something different to look around.
Alnwick boasts a town with cobbled streets, coffee shops and craft stores. There is also a castle here that dates back to the 14th century – the Duke of Northumberland and his family have called this place home since then. The castle is so stunning, it was used in the Harry Potter films. Next door is Alnwick Garden that has an incredible water feature and a very popular café.
Druridge Bay on the Northumberland coast is a lovely area of beach, sand dunes and lakes. It’s very popular with dog walkers and families and can provide a whole day out if you take a picnic along. Non-motorised boating is permitted on the lake, and there are also ducks and swans to feed here too. Newbiggin-by-the-Sea is a quiet seaside town with a Marine Centre boasting a lifeboat and local fishing information. There’s a café where cooked breakfasts are served and an ice-cream parlour on the back of the beach.
The Arches is full of character and offers spacious accommodation for a family of 5. It’s on the edge of a working farm surrounded by open fields in the beautiful Northumberland countryside.
The hot tub outside is the ideal place to spend the evening, and the living room is cosy and warm all year round with its log burning fire.
This area is a golfer’s dream with the Burgham Park course just half a mile away. And there is a choice of sandy beaches to play on with the coast a 15-minute car ride to the east.
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