Barley Mill At Cheviot Holiday Cottages

Ingram, Alnwick, Northumberland, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Downstairs Description

Built in the traditional style of an old Northumbrian farmstead, Barley Mill exudes period detail, with wooden flooring and tiling throughout, exposed beams, and at its heart a beautifully appointed farmhouse kitchen with granite worktops, traditional Belfast sink, cooker / hob, beech workstation, window seat, and a split stable door into its own enclosed garden.

The lounge is south-facing, with full-height windows and a door leading to the garden and patio, complete with teak garden furniture. Here, you can enjoy those summer evenings, sipping wine beneath the stars and listening to the sounds of the countryside beyond. Beyond the main lounge you will find a separate snug complete with sandstone slab floor, forge fireplace and log-burning stove - an ideal spot in which to relax and lose yourself in a good book. There is also a shower room with wc on the ground floor.

First Floor Description

The first floor features a spectacular main bedroom with a king-size carved four-poster, an original working Victorian open fireplace and a south-facing arched window. The ensuite bathroom has an air bath and two doors, thus offering either private or family use. Two further twin bedrooms are located on this floor, one with a choice of twin beds or a super king-size bed.

Windows Views Description

Fantastic country and National Park views

Dogs Welcome: We welcome a well behaved dog in Barley Mill
Child Friendly: Children welcome. Enclosed garden and plenty of space to play.
Group Getaways: There are 8 Cottages in total to accommodate 30 people.
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Alnwick Castle: Close by is Alnwick Castle, the seat of the Duke of Northumberland (the setting for Hogwarts) and the location of the now internationally famous Alnwick Gardens. Visit website
  • Alnwick Garden: The Alnwick Garden was designed for every season - from fragrant roses to mirror-polished water features, there is always something to admire. Visit website
  • Alnwick Town: Alnwick Town is also well worth a days visit- voted the Best Place to live in Britain - best for beauty, for community, for affordability and quality of life” according to a nation wide survey carried out by Country Life Magazine 31st October 2002. Visit website
  • Bamburgh Castle: "Bamburgh - the finest castle anywhere in this country" Time Out Great Britain: Perfect Places to Stay, Eat and Explore 2009. Perched on a basalt outcrop on the very edge of the North Sea at Bamburgh, the castle overlooks miles of pristine beaches and sand dunes. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Tankerville Arms: Coaching Inn with bar, resturant and beer garden. It is popular with locals and tourists alike, and serves mouthwatering British food with an occasional international flourish. Visit website
  • The Plough Alnwick: Nestled in the heart of the historic market town of Alnwick, The Plough offers traditional meals, a relaxing bar and a tranquil place to lay your head. Visit website
Food Stores:
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Shipley Lane Equestrian Centre: For some Horse Riding try Shipley Lane Equestrian Centre. Ride their quality school horses and ponies and ook a lesson or why not bring the whole family and enjoy a guided ride along the excellent bridleways? More experienced riders can have a day’s trail ride and take a picnic. Visit website
  • Alnmouth Golf Club: For a round of golf visit Alnmouth Golf Club this famous links course is open to visitors. It has 18 holes 6414 yards 5855 metres. S.S.S. 71 and is the fourth oldest Club in England. Visit website