Bamburgh Six

Bamburgh, near Alnwick, Northumberland, Seaside village

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

Outside Description

A patio area with garden furniture overlooking Bamburgh Castle and use of communal gardens. One designated parking bay and communal visitor parking.

Downstairs Description

Bamburgh Six is all on the ground floor and all on one level. There is an open plan living/dining/kitchen area and a master bedroom with king sized bed and ensuite shower room. The 2nd bedroom has twin beds and the 3rd bedroom has single bed and an extra full sized single truckle bed if needed. A family bathroom with bath and separate shower, and a utility cupboard with washer/dryer can also be found off hallway.

Windows Views Description

Views of Bamburgh Castle.

Other Notes

You have a private dining terrace but barbecues are not permitted in the grounds. At full capacity, the space in the living and dining area may be a little cosy so please be aware if you are booking for 5 or 6 adults. As this is a ground floor apartment, there may be noise from above.

Child Friendly: This apartment is very welcoming to children with the smaller of the three bedrooms having an appealing decor and toys. The children's play park is a minute's walk away.
Wedding Pads: Ideally located by Bamburgh Castle, which is regularly used as a wedding venue.
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Alnwick Castle: The seat of the Duke of Northumberland (the setting for Hogwarts) and the location of the now internationally famous Alnwick Gardens with the amazing Treehouse restaurant. Visit website
  • Alnwick Gardens: The Alnwick Garden was designed for every season - from fragrant roses to mirror-polished water features, there is always something to admire. Visit website
  • Bamburgh Castle: Bamburgh Castle, which was recently voted Britain’s second favourite view in a national TV poll, is probably the finest castle in England. Visit website
  • Grace Darling Museum: A museum dedicated to the story of this plucky Victorian heroine who helped rescue the survivors of the wrecked SS Forfarshire. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Mizen Head In Bamburgh: This restaurant is a culinary destination of the region, offering a selection of exquisite local fare including freshly caught seafood and fine quality meats. Visit website
  • Blackett’s Of Bamburgh: This lovely traditional restaurant had built up a reputation for it’s excellent food and great service. They also do Sunday lunches with a set price for two and three courses. Visit website
Food Stores:
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Bamburgh Castle Golf Club: One of the most scenic golf courses in England with views of Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island, The Farne Islands and The Cheviots. Visit website
  • Kimmerston Riding Centre: For horse riding around the beautiful Northumberland coast. Visit website