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The Cottage at Glororum ref: 313008

Bamburgh, Bamburgh & Holy Island Area
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  • Sleeps 66
Parking4 carsGardenenclosed by a fence
2 person discountNoFire/WoodburnerYes
SmokingNoInternet accessYes

Description

Snuggled down a private single track and commanding magnificent views towards Bamburgh castle and the sea beyond, this fabulous cottage has undergone complete renovation to provide sublime holiday accommodation. This property is divine!  Recently extended and refurbished to an excellent standard with so many beautiful, natural materials ensure The Cottage at Glororum is exquisite.  A coal fire in the lounge makes it a cosy choice whatever the season and the contemporary kitchen boast solid oak units and granite work surfaces with beautiful slate flooring.  There is extra luxurious comfortable seating in the spacious dining area too with an additional TV – ideal for use as a second lounge too. The master bedroom on the first floor enjoys the convenience of en-suite facilities and commands panoramic vistas toward the castle and seashore.  Although this cottage is tucked down a private and rural setting it is idyllically located for those seeking easy access to the coastline by being just over a mile from the picture postcard village of Bamburgh, protected by its dramatic fortress, which commands the power and presence of the seasoned film set it regularly becomes. 

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

Property has gas central heating and comprises:
Lounge:With open fire (use coal only please), 42" flat screen TV with satellite and Blue Ray DVD recorder
Kitchen/Diner: With integral electric oven and microwave, ceramic hob, American style large fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Dining furniture and additional living space with comfortable seating and 42" flat screen TV
Cloakroom/Utility Area: With WC and wash basin, washing machine and tumble dryer
Bedroom 1: With double bed
Bedroom 2: With large (3ft 6) single bed plus standard (3ft) single bed
Shower Room: With shower enclosure, WC and wash basin.

First floor

Bedroom 3: With king size bed and en suite large shower enclosure, WC and wash basin with amazing views across open fields towards Bamburgh Castle and the sea.

Facilities

All gas, electricity, bed linen and towels included. First supply of coal for open fire provided. Travel cot available.

Miscellaneous

Off road parking for 4 cars Wi-fi internet access available The garden is enclosed by a fence

Nearest townSeahousesShops1.5 Miles
Distance3 MilesRestaurant1.5 Miles
Nearest railway stationBerwickPub1.5 Miles
Distance20 MilesLake

About the local area

Wander along the wide expanse of golden sandy and often empty beach where the tidal island of Lindisfarne, known locally as Holy Island and the birth place of Christianity, can be seen on the horizon. There is a bird sanctuary at Budle Bay close by and at low tide a vast expanse of mud flats is the home to countless thousands of sea and land birds; a haven for ornithologists. A warm welcome greets guests to the friendly village of Belford which offers many facilities including an impressive golf driving range only 4 miles inland. Take a boat trip to the Farne Islands – famous for its bird sanctuaries and seal colony – from the harbour in the traditional fishing village of Seahouses where there are ample shops, pubs and tea rooms or enjoy horse riding or a round of golf on the links only 3 miles down the coastline. The market town of Alnwick, with its own castle offers many facilities around 15 miles away; Alnwick Garden is a popular visitor attraction with its grand cascade waterfall and restaurant within the largest tree house in Europe!   The Cottage at Glororum is the quintessential retreat for those seeking spacious and well appointed holiday accommodation in a peaceful rural setting on the fringe of the prestigious and highly sought after holiday village of Bamburgh coupled with giving guests an easy opportunity to indulge in the simple pleasure of strolling barefoot in the sand, inhale the invigorating sea air and watch the waves lap against the shoreline of this stunning stretch of Heritage coastline this region is proud to have awarded as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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What our customers say about The Cottage at Glororum

V Newcombe -

Peaceful quiet location, fantastic cottage. Would book again.


S W Dawson -

Quite simply, the best cottage we've stayed in so far.


M Threapleton -

This cottage is very well located and most comfortable and would not disappoint anyone. The central heating is very effective particularly good for us due to freezing weather. Excellent value. Thank you.


C Cairns -

We were delighted with the accommodation, kitchen was fantastic and very well equipped. The location in the countryside, but still close to Bamburgh, was ideal - very quiet and peaceful.


A Livermore -

We loved it - a real home from home.


A Fairhurst -

VERY QUIET AND PEACEFUL. HOME FROM HOME. THE OWNERS HAVE PROVIDED EVERYTHING THEY CAN THINK OF TO MAKE THE STAY AS COMFORTABLE AS POSSIBLE,AND THEY SUCCEED.


M J Sopp -

Outstanding cottage in a beautiful location


M Dodd -

Couldn't ask for a more perfect property for a holiday. The only downside was, wish we could have had two weeks!


Sharon Wilkie -

The cottage was fantastic. A perfect combination of cosy old style and the lovely modern extension. The location was outstanding and our view the first morning of yellow fields and clear blue sky with the sea and the castle was amazing. Will definitely visit again!


V Maclean -

We had a fantastic time at the cottage, great location and a lovely cottage. The kitchen was really well equipped for cooking for bigger groups and the underfloor heating was a bonus! Would highly recommend.


G S D Hamilton -

Beautifully appointed. Ideal for a family or 2/3 couples. Great indoor and outdoor spaces


K Macintosh -

Great conversion to give a spacious kitchen living area. We didn't even use the lounge.


The location of this cottage was fantastic, and the interior was so much to my taste that I could move in and not change a thing. Looking forward to rebooking for next year.


J Dudgeon -

A beautiful cottage with outstanding views. Very private but close enough to all the activities and services we needed for our holiday.


J Dudgeon -

A beautiful cottage with outstanding views. Very private but close enough to all the activities and services we needed for our holiday.


R Welland -

The property was almost faultless and we had a particularly memorable holiday.


R Welland -

The property was almost faultless and we had a particularly memorable holiday.


L Croft -

The standard of the cottage was above v good it was excellent. It is the best holiday cottage i have stayed in - views were amazing beautiful bedroom upstairs with fantastic view. The kitchen had absolutely everything in it, it was immaculately clean in fact cooker looked as if it had never been used. I would have no hesitation in coming back here and would recommend it to anyone. I am thinking of taking a christmas booking.


L Croft -

The standard of the cottage was above v good it was excellent. It is the best holiday cottage i have stayed in - views were amazing beautiful bedroom upstairs with fantastic view. The kitchen had absolutely everything in it, it was immaculately clean in fact cooker looked as if it had never been used. I would have no hesitation in coming back here and would recommend it to anyone. I am thinking of taking a christmas booking.


The standard of the property was outstanding, had all manner of gadgets, had wi-fi and we simply loved it.


The standard of the property was outstanding, had all manner of gadgets, had wi-fi and we simply loved it.


Excellent cottage. One of the best we have stayed in.


Excellent cottage. One of the best we have stayed in.


Mg Watson -

Nicest cottage we have ever stayed in!


Mg Watson -

Nicest cottage we have ever stayed in!


North Sea Trail

The North Sea Trail has been created through a partnership of 26 regions that share a North Sea heritage.

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Lindisfarne Heritage Centre

The centre is home to three exhibitions, The Lindisfarne Gospels 'Turning the Pages' and a Viking 793 exhibition. Outside you can explore the beautifully laid out garden. Tel: 01289 389004

Lindisfarne Castle

Dramatically perched on a rocky crag and accessible via a three mile causeway at low tide only, the islands castle presents an exciting and alluring aspect.

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Bamburgh Castle

Spanning nine acres of land on its rocky plateau high above the Northumberland coastline Bamburgh was once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria!

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Coast and Castle Trail

This route begins in Newcastle and winds its way through Berwick and Melrose up to Edinburgh in Scotland. In total it is 200 miles with 39 miles of this being traffic free.

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The Pennine Cycleway

There are two aspects to the Pennine Cycleway. One follows the Southern Pennines and this one, through the Northern Pennines from Berwick on Tweed to Appleby.

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Bamburgh Castle Golf Club

Perched on basalt outcrops overlooking the ancient fortress from which it takes its name, Bamburgh Castle Golf Club is often referred to as the most picturesque in England with stunning views around the county. Tel: 01668 214378

Diving around The Farne Islands

The Farne Islands lie just over two miles off the Northumberland coast midway between the fishing village of Seahouses and the magnificent Castle at Bamburgh.

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Slate Hall Riding Centre

See some of the stunning coastline of the North East on horse back with the Slate Hall Riding Centre. They offer lessons, treks, and beach rides and gave a large selection of horses and ponies to choose from. Tel: 01665 720320

KA Kitesurfing

Using the stunning beaches at Budle Bay, Bamburgh, Beadnell Bay, Druridge Bay, and Redcar KA provide kitesurfing courses designed for both groups and individuals. Tel:07766 303876

Unity Fishing Trips

A wide range of fishing trips ranging from three hour trips ideal for families and novices to eight hour trips aimed at experienced anglers. Tel:01665 721706

St Oswalds Way

Oswald was the King of Northumbria in the early 7th century. He was given sainthood in recognition of his attempts to bring Christianity to his hitherto pagan people.

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St Cuthberts Way

No keen walker can afford to visit Northumberland and not experience the St Cuthbert’s Way.

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Rock climbing on the Alnwick Moors

Covering a large area of moorland to the west of Alnwick the Moors are made up mostly Fell Sandstone of variable quality. The stunning views of the Cheviots and the beautiful sunsets make this area great for rock climbers as well as walkers and bike riders.

Rock climbing on the Kyloe Hills

The Kyloe Hills contain the four most popular crags in the county and also offer a few minor crags ideal for boulderers as well.

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Bamburgh Beach

The mile long litter free shoreline of Bamburgh beach is overlooked by the impressive Bamburgh Castle and has views out to Lindisfarne.

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The Farne Islands

Accessed via boat from Seahouses harbour the rocky Farne Islands are famous for their thousands of breeding seabirds.

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Beadnell Beach

This small but attractive beach consists of a golden, sandy bay overlooked by sand dunes and a small fishing harbour. Winner of the Rural Seaside Award it hosts a wide variety of watersports such as windsurfing and kayaking.

Budle Bay

Budle Bay is part of the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve and is home to a large number of interesting waders and wintering wildfowl

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Ross Back Sands

This remote three mile beach between Holy Island and Budle Bay enjoys stunning views of two castles, Bamburgh Castle to the south and Lindisfarne to the north. The surrounding dunes are a haven for birds (access can be restricted)

Help & Advice

Call us: 01228 599960


What our customers say

V Newcombe - September 2013

Peaceful quiet location, fantastic cottage. Would book again.


S W Dawson - April 2013

Quite simply, the best cottage we've stayed in so far.


M Threapleton - April 2013

This cottage is very well located and most comfortable and would not disappoint anyone. The central heating is very effective particularly good for us due to freezing weather. Excellent value. Thank you.


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