Youngers Cottage is a delightful stone built property perched on the banks of the River Coquet in Warkworth. It is the ideal holiday destination if relaxing is high on your agenda. It is best suited to couples, a group of friends and a small family.
This quaint cottage is full of character. The interior has been furnished to the highest standard. Relax in the open plan living area that boasts a stunning wood burner and luxurious soft leather sofas.
It boasts a lovely wood burning stove for you to enjoy and the coast is less than 3 miles away making it ideal for a day out with the dogs.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Iron & Ironing Board
About Youngers Cottage
Beautiful stone cottage located next to the edge of a tranquil river. Open plan lounge with wood burner. Farm style kitchen. Sunny and spacious master bedroom.
Cosy stone cottage with great views. Open plan lounge and dining room. Well equipped open plan kitchen including a stovetop. Two sunny bedrooms and a shower room with toilet.
This cottage is pet-friendly. You are welcome to bring one well behaved four-legged family member with you to the fabulous retreat. Your doggie can enjoy the holiday with you at no extra cost.
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Things To Do in Birling
This cosy stone cottage is located on the banks of the River Coquet in Warkworth. During the summer months, boats are accessible for hire and provide a distinctive way to enjoy the beautiful countryside, as well as pleasant riverside walks.
A 1⁄2 mile sandy beach extends 3 miles north to Alnmouth. Boat trips are accessible for sea fishing from neighbouring Amble and for viewing the Coquet Island seabirds. There are village shops and pubs nearby.
Warkworth is certainly one of Northumberland’s most scenic towns and not only has an outstanding variety of pubs, restaurants, cafes, art galleries and quality gift shops, but also a beautiful castle right in the centre of the village to admire and explore.
Warkworth’s splendid cross-shaped hold, crowning a hilltop steeply above the Coquet River, dominates one of Northern England’s biggest, strongest, and most impressive fortresses.
The Alnwick Garden is one of the world’s most remarkable modern gardens. It has a variety of interesting sights. From poisonous plants and treetop walkways to marvellous roses and towering delphiniums. Once a forgotten plot,The Alnwick Garden is a unique 21st-century experience full of imagination and fun, all brought to life with water.
There are beautiful walks along the river Coquet that surround the village to watch the abundance of wildlife such as herons, foxes, migrating birds, and a large, sandy beach with spectacular dunes and beautiful, far-reaching views up and down the Heritage Coastline. The beaches are the perfect playground for your canine companion. Acres of sandy beach for them to run around on.
Cyclists can take advantage of a simple 18-mile ride. The path does not have any significant climbs and is featured in the booklet ‘ Sustrans Cycle Northumberland ‘ which was recently released. The path heads west inland on quiet routes starting in the village and passes through Guyzance, Acklington and Broomhill. Joining the coast at Druridge Bay’s vast expanse and returning north through Amble’s fishing port.
This property is the ideal doggie friendly self-catering cottage for weekends away or spending time with the family. Its cosy interior is perfect for cuddling up in front of the wood burner on cold nights. The tranquil setting is not short on outdoor activities. There is something for everyone.
From walks and cycle trails to boating and fishing. The beautiful surroundings make it the perfect playground for your canine companion to explore.
This charming holiday destination is tucked away on one of the most beautiful parts of the UK and should not be missed.
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