A stunning stone barn conversion with those extra special touches in one of Northumberland’s most scenic areas. Set in Northumbria’s National Park on a working farm you cannot fail to relax here.
Breath-taking landscape all around this idle of a cottage set in the hamlet of Rochester which dates back in time to the Romans who built a fort here. Surrounded by 400 square miles to escape the everyday humdrum, so much to explore on foot or by bicycle. A short drive away you have Kelder Forest to explore, The Cheviots full of hidden delights and Hadrian’s Wall all on your doorstep. The lack of light pollution means Northumbria National Park have the darkest skies in England, Stonehaugh and its new sky dome for a spot of stargazing is a must.
Enter through the double gates, cross the gravelled forecourt to the front door which takes you into a gorgeous farmhouse kitchen/diner with an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine and a beautiful Welsh dresser and pine dining table. Off the kitchen to the right you step down into a spacious lounge with a wood burner, TV, DVD and sofa bed, this cosy space is ideal for relaxing after a day exploring the wonderful countryside surrounding the barn. Also off the kitchen to the left is the sumptuous bedroom with a four-poster bed, an en-suite shower and WC. There is also direct access to the private hot tub area from the bedroom.
Heading outside you will find an enclosed garden, decked area with garden furniture to enjoy alfresco dining and a hot tub. Storage is available for your bikes and there is off-road parking for two cars at the front of the property.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.