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Nestled in Northumberland, less than 30 minutes from Wooler, Berwick-upon-Tweed and Alnwick, is the rural village of Belford. A great spot for romantic getaways and solo adventures, you can enjoy the thriving wildlife and beautiful coastline which are a short drive away. When holidaying in Northumberland, The Boat House will provide the perfect base. Featuring stunning interiors, modern appliances and free on-site parking, this delightful studio has it all.
The Boat House has a bright and stylish living area with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams – a theme which runs throughout the studio. The perfect spot to unwind, you can relax on the comfy cream sofa, catch up on your favourite shows on the flat screen Smart TV, and enjoy stunning views of the on-site lake.
Modern in style, the kitchen has modern appliances and cookware so you can prepare and enjoy home cooked meals throughout your stay.
The dining area includes a dining table and four leather dining chairs.
Perfect for two, the bedroom space at The Boat House includes a king size bed with premium bed linens and plush bedding to ensure you have a great night’s sleep. Pops of colour are added through the soft furnishings to create a truly tranquil feel.
The bathroom has a walk-in shower, separate free-standing bathtub, WC and wash basin.
Outside you’ll find a private decking area, accessible from the living area, while a separate outdoor space is also available from the ground floor level. Both spaces offer fantastic lake views.
Host & Stay are committed to our owners that their homes are protected during bookings. For this reason, we require all of our guests to transfer a £250.00 Damage Deposit (subject to a £10.00 administration charge) or, to purchase an Accidental Damage Waiver for £25.00 which will cover you for up to £500.00 of accidental damage during your stay.
Belford is a charming village located in Northumberland, nestled amidst picturesque landscapes and steeped in history. Known for its quaint atmosphere and historical architecture, Belford attracts visitors seeking a peaceful retreat and a glimpse into the region's past.
The village’s history dates back centuries, with landmarks like the Belford Hall and the Belford Conservation Area showcasing its architectural heritage. The Belford Museum is a treasure trove of artifacts, providing insights into the town's evolution over time. Walking through Belford's streets feels like stepping back in time, with its well-preserved buildings and cobblestone paths.
Surrounded by the natural beauty of Northumberland, Belford offers access to stunning countryside and is in close proximity to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visitors can explore the nearby Bamburgh Castle, standing majestically on the coastline, or take a stroll along the beautiful beaches.
Belford also serves as a gateway to explore the Farne Islands, a haven for wildlife enthusiasts with its seabird colonies and seal populations. The village’s welcoming community and local establishments, including traditional pubs and charming bed and breakfasts, contribute to its warm and inviting atmosphere.
Whether one seeks a historical journey, a connection with nature, or simply a tranquil escape, Belford proves to be a delightful destination, offering a harmonious blend of heritage and natural beauty that captivates those who venture to discover its charms.
Middleton Hall Estate is located within 20 minutes’ drive time to beautiful areas within Northumberland such as Wooler, Berwick-upon-Tweed and Alnwick. There are excellent travel links as the estate is only a short distance from the A1. Given the rural location of Belford, having a car is essential when staying in the village.
Berwick-upon-Tweed railway station is roughly a 20-minute drive away from Belford. From here, there is direct rail access to locations all across the UK including Newcastle, Edinburgh, York, Leeds and London.
There are a number of bus stops throughout Belford. Hop on the 418 service to explore Bamburgh, Beadnell, Alnwick and Alnmouth amongst others. The X18 route travels between Newcastle and Berwick upon Tweed with stops in Morpeth, Amble and Seahorses.
Newcastle Airport is roughly one hour away by car.
Guests have access to the full property. Details on how to collect the keys to The Boat House will be provided prior to your stay.
Private on-site parking is available at The Boat House.
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