Luxury Cheviot Hills cottage for 8

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Cheviots holiday cottage for 8, Northumberland
Cottage living room, Northumberland National Park
Self catering cottage kitchen area, Harbottle, Cheviots
Luxury Cheviots holiday cottage bedroom

The Orchards

Luxury Cheviot Hills holiday cottage for 8

The Orchards holiday cottage lies in Harbottle at the foot of the beautiful Cheviot Hills and is situated within the Northumberland National Park, which enjoys ‘dark sky’ status. This delightful cottage offers a luxury, peaceful retreat for up to 8 people in four bedrooms (two double, one double/twin and one with solid oak bunks).

The cottage is set in an acre of spacious gardens and separate woodland area with frontage on to the River Coquet (and includes fishing rights). The woodland is accessed by a steep bank from the garden or a convenient footpath to the side of the property.

Why The Orchards?

  • Fishing on the River Coquet from the property
  • Star-gazing in a dark sky designated area
  • Superfast broadband/Sky TV
  • Tranquillity
  • Table tennis/darts in the ‘games room’
  • Excellent walks from the door
  • Close to the Cheviot Hills
  • Beautiful gardens, patio furniture and BBQ

Click below for more information about The Orchards cottage.

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Cheviots, Northumberland National Park

The Cheviots
Northumberland National Park

Harbottle, Northumberland

Northumberland was ranked as the best National Park in England in 2021 by Which readers. The Park received 5 star ratings for the levels of peace and quiet experienced by visitors, with the vote highlighting the Cheviot Hills, dark skies, woodland trails, waterfalls and Hadrian's Wall as particular points of interest.

The area is a cultural goldmine of visitor attractions. Opportunities include Cragside, Holy Island and Wallington Hall - all National Trust properties. The award-winning Alnwick gardens, developed at a cost of over £30,000,000 is within 30 minutes' drive through lovely countryside, while the renowned castles of Northumberland are all accessible. The World Heritage site of Hadrian’s Wall is to the south, as is Newcastle - an hour’s drive with the Baltic Arts Centre, Sage Music centre on the River Tyne, theatres and much else besides.

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