The Arches is an attractive stone barn conversion providing excellent self-catering holiday cottage accommodation, perfect for cosy country evenings in front of a roaring log burning stove.
“The Arches is a very comfortable and stylish property with everything you might need for a stay in Northumberland. Erika and Steven provide extra little touches which make you feel very welcome and were on hand to help if needed. We were only staying for a weekend but would happily return for longer should the opportunity arise in the future.”
Great location situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Walks and cycling on the doorstep. Leisure facilities 1/2 mile away. Pub/ shops / restaurants 2 miles. Quarry Cottage is ideal for two adults ( no children ) visiting Northumberland and Durham. One small pet welcome. Please note....We also have the Barn next door, new for 2018. Property reference..... "Quarry Barn is a Luxury Barn Conversion" great views and super location. Both Cottage and Barn are just inside Northumberland.
“Our stay at the cottage was perfect. It was very clean and cosy. Great log fire. Beautiful location. We would recommend nice walks in near by Blanchland. Great farm shop in Knitsley. And lovely walk down the lane from the cottage to the nearby hotel where there is a bar with out door seating.”
A charming studio close to Regent Centre Metro, handy for the airport & rail station. A 10 min metro ride takes you into the City Centre. It is a short walk to Gosforth High Street which has a range of restaurants, cafes, a park and shops, there is also an ASDA supermarket and M&S Food just a five minute walk away.. This is a great area - we look forward to welcoming you.
“Lynne and Gary were very welcoming, quick to reply to messages and have a very clean, stylish studio. There were so many extra items that were there for us to use. They’d thought of everything. It was a perfect stay and convenient for us to visit family in the area. We’d definitely recommend it to others visiting the north east. Thank you Lynne and Gary.”