Barn Conversion Cottages near Wooler, Northumberland, England - Peaceful Rural Location Recently Refurbished To E. T. C. '4' Star Gold Standard
In a small exclusive setting, these spacious, light and airy properties are set between the Cheviot Hills and the magnificent Northumberland Coast on the edge of the National Park. Centrally placed in a delightful rural location, Milfield Hill Steading stands on an elevated position about half a mile from the village of Milfield. With generous enclosed gardens and tranquil surroundings, the Steading serves as an excellent location to discover and explore the area’s rich history, which is sure to delight all age groups. The two adjoining cottages are a delightful example of traditional Northumbrian design. Forming part of a conversion, they combine the character of old farm buildings with all of the comforts of a modern home. They are wonderfully warm and comfortable at all times of the year; they have the benefit of Multi-fuel stoves, full central heating and double-glazing throughout.
Details for holiday cottage Airidh Bhan (2 Bedrooms) Sleeps 4, 8 if booked with Bushyfield Cottage, 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, 1 Bathroom
Once again Airidh Bhan has achieved the prestigious Enjoy England Gold award, ‘4’ Star standard for exceptional quality of accommodation 2016/17, as assessed by Quality in Tourism for VisitBritain. Sleeps four. Level entrance through side door to first floor: Large, open-plan living room with multi-fuel stove and very well equipped kitchen/dinning area. Ground floor, large master bedroom (6ft bed) and twin bedded room each with rugs on tiled floor. Bathroom/W.C. with over bath shower. Sleeps 4. Elec and full NSH incl; Auto wm; T/dryer; Multi-fuel stoves - fuel available locally; Wi-Fi; Freeview TV; iPod Docking Station; Video (Small library available); DVD; M/wave; D/washer; T/cot; H/chair; Private garden with patio furniture; Duvets with linen and towels; Non smokers only; Sorry we regret that we cannot accommodate pets; Parking (for 2 cars).
About the Owner
Activity and Interests
Special interest holidays:
Virtually from the doorstep there are great walks in the area; the Cheviot’s ‘rounded hills’ and the Pennine Way, offer a challenging terrain, popular with walkers and bird-watchers. In addition, there are opportunities for cycling, gliding, horse riding and golf.
Additional pricing information
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The cottages are usually available on a weekly Saturday to Saturday basis all year round. A non refundable deposit of £200 per week is required to secure the booking. The balance should be paid 6 weeks prior to arrival. Short breaks are always available, last minute or during the winter period, November till the end of March, excluding school holidays - please enquire about availability.
Saturday is normally our change over day. Your accommodation will be available to you from 3pm on the day of arrival and you should be ready to vacate the property by 10am on the day your departure, unless otherwise arranged with the owner.
Notes on prices:
A 20% discount is available on all bookings made within two weeks of arrival, please note that the discount can only be applied to prices on this website.
Manager's Cancellation Policy
- Available arrival
- Dining Area
- bird watching
- horse riding
- scenic drives
- sight seeing
Sports & Adventure Activities
- equestrian events
- freshwater fishing
- mountain biking
- Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Notes on accommodation: Milfield Hill Steading was once part of a large country estate that dates back to the 1750s; it was owned by the Grey family until 1967 and was the birthplace of the social reformer Josephine Butler. The area’s rich history will delight all age groups. There are the medieval ruins of Etal and Dunstanburgh and the grandeur of Bamburgh and Alnwick Castles, all within easy driving distance. In addition, there is Holy Island with its fairytale Lindisfarne Castle and the Farne Islands with its seals and puffins to visit. The stunning expanse of North Northumberland coastline AONB offers tremendous variety, with its long, uncrowded sandy beaches, attractive fishing villages and little seaside resorts. Outside: Generous enclosed private gardens with patio and furniture. Virtually from the doorstep there are great walks in the area; the Cheviot’s ‘rounded hills’ and the Pennine Way, offer a challenging terrain, popular with walkers and bird-watchers. In addition, there are opportunities for cycling, gliding, horse riding and golf.