Yew Tree Cottage is a delightful period property tucked away in peaceful picture perfect hamlet known as Broomhaugh. This charming cottage was originally built around 1699 and is brimming with features and full of character.
The cottage was recently redecorated throughout. It now boasts a high standard with a cosy and more homely ambience, providing that family retreat your sure to remember.
There is a small enclosed courtyard which is situated round the back of the property and a local pub is less than a quarter of a mile away.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Yew Tree Cottage
The amazing open plan living, impressive gas stove within the Tudor fireplace. Exposed beams throughout with sunny bedrooms make this a majestic cottage.
Delightful two bedroom cottage with stunning open plan living space. Tailor made kitchen with the unique 17th-century flagstones and small courtyard.
Load your pups because they are welcome at this cottage. No more than two canine companions can join you on this exciting adventure. Your pups can stay at no extra cost.
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Things To Do in Riding Mill
The accommodation is situated near the small village of Riding Mill in Northumberland that includes the ancient hamlet of BroomHaugh.
Northumberland has many delightful towns to explore. Corbridge, Hexham and Newcastle are a short distance away by car or train. If you stay on the train it will take you to Carlisle and easy access to the Lake District.
All along the way, there will be fantastic walks that you and your four-legged friends can enjoy. If you are looking for sandy beaches then a trip to the Northumberland Coast is a must. It is less than one hour away but well worth the trip. Here you and your canine companions can enjoy the sandy beaches.
If there is a younger member in your family then pay a visit to The Funstation. The Funstation offers a multi-level adventure playframe. It has a 4 giant 4 lane slide, spiral slide, football area, aerial skyglide. There is also a fantastic baby and toddler area. Belsay Hall Castle and Gardens is a great big adventure playground. Take your child to explore the medieval castle, a Greek Revival villa and acres of gardens.
Admire the views from the massive 14th century tower at the top of the ruined medieval castle. A picturesque attraction is the Lady Waterford Hall. This impressive building served as the village school for nearly 100 years. It houses an unusual collection of 19th-century watercolour murals, smaller original paintings and sketches by Louisa, Marchioness of Waterford. It is situated on the Ford and Etal Estates. This attraction is great for visitors of all ages.
Your dogs will also appreciate leisurely walks around the village with the new sounds and smells. On your return, you can enjoy a meal in the courtyard while your pups enjoy a doggie treat.
The property offers privacy and easy access to town and cities. Enjoy the comforts of a well-equipped period cottage. Beautiful contemporary interior and delightful enclosed garden with garden furniture. Explore the attractions of Northumberland and the Tyne Valley.
Visit the Roman Wall and Northumbrian Dark Sky Park or Take the train to Newcastle. There are attractions and activities in every village town or city.
Even your four-legged friends will have something to keep them occupied. Don’t delay. Plan your next pet-friendly holiday and the destination must be Yew Tree Cottage.
Yew Tree Cottage
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