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The Barn ref: 311005

Causey Park near Morpeth, Morpeth & Area
3 Stars
details
  • Sleeps 44
ParkingYesGardenYes
2 person discountNoFire/WoodburnerNo
SmokingNoInternet accessNo

Description

Situated on an 1100 acre working farm this sensitively restores barn has been successfully converted to provide holiday accommodation to an excellent standard.  The property is spacious, and the exposed beams have ensured its retained much of its original charm.  The south facing arched windows enhances a light and airy ambience and both bedrooms enjoy the luxury of en-suite facilities.

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

Heated by oil central heating the accommodation comprises:
Lounge:  With laminate flooring, exposed beams, electric fire, colour TV, DVD, video, radio/CD with ipod docking station.
Kitchen/dining room:  With electric cooker, microwave, combined fridge/freezer, slimline dishwasher and washing machine.
Utility room:  With W.C.

First floor

Bedroom 1:  With double bed and en-suite with hand-held shower spray over bath, W.C and hand basin.
Bedroom 2:  With twin beds and en-suite with shower, W.C and hand basin.

Facilities

All fuel, power, towels and bed linen provided. 

Miscellaneous

Enclosed courtyard with garden furniture and shared enclosed lawned garden.  Barbecue and off road parking for up to 3 cars.

Nearest townMorpethShops3 miles
Distance6 milesRestaurant600 yards
Nearest railway stationMorpethPub600 yards
Distance6 milesLake

About the local area

The Barn sits in a picturesque, rural setting, yet is only 500 yards from the A1, giving easy access to explore the delights of Northumberland.  Druridge Bay is renowned for its sweeping, golden beach nestled by rolling sand dunes and is only 5 miles East of the cottage.  The nearby  Country Park offers a Nature Sanctuary and visitor centre and there are many water sports available on 'Ladyburn Lake'.  The historic market town of Alnwick, dominated by its majestic castle ( and film location of Harry Potter's Hogwarts Academy!) offers an array of facilities including indoor swimming, a theatre/cinema and lots of quaint tea rooms and restaurants, 12 miles North.  Alnwick Garden, a charitable project created by the Duchess of Northumberland, boasts a lovely woodland walk, a grand cascade waterfall and the largest tree house in Europe - a super visitor attraction!  For those seeking more lively entertainment, the vibrant city of Newcastle and extensive shopping facilities at Gateshead's Metro Centre are around 20 miles South.

Things to do nearby

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What our customers say about The Barn

J Gordon -

Wonderful home from home very clean and beds very comfy.The Barn has a really nice feel to it and the owners live next door and are happy to help if you should need them.. having read the visitors book many people agree ! and lots return here, as we hope to , Perfect


O J Murray -

We had a thoroughly enjoyable stay there and loved the accomodation and situation.


J Noon -

Super quiet rural location. It was well presented, very clean, plenty of bed linen and towels (lots of spares), enough parking for three cars. It was very well located for sight seeing and the coast.


Lindsay Galloway -

The barn is a fantastic place to stay. We didn't want to leave and would recommend anyone to stay. Owners available if needed on the spot. Dogs loved it and the space available for them to go outside.


Ba Flintoft -

Lovely setting. Nice large rooms (handy for baby buggy and cot. Ideal site from which to explore coast, Northumberland and nearby towns.


M.K Booth -

Very comfortable


R L Russell -

Could not be faulted, absolutely a home from home..


C.A Knight -

It was a real home from home. Well equipped and extremely comfortable. The surroundings were peaceful and it was very easy to relax. The owners were incredibly friendly and extremely helpful.


K M Somers -

Lovely, very comfortable, clean, characteristic accomodation in a rural setting with easy access to the A1. Perfect base for expolring Northumberland.Owners very welcoming.


S Maxwell -

Wonderful hosts, charming cottage, very well supplied, extremely quiet


S Maxwell -

Wonderful hosts, charming cottage, very well supplied, extremely quiet


J Finch -

It was excellent with very good quality furnishings. Couldn't fault it at all. It was also very spacious.


J Finch -

It was excellent with very good quality furnishings. Couldn't fault it at all. It was also very spacious.


Mary Murray -

lovely!!


Mary Murray -

lovely!!


Very spacious.


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Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum

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Bide-A-Wee Cottage

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Longframlington Gardens

A 12 acre garden packed full of shrubs, herbs, climbers and garden features. Small nursary also on site. Tel: 01665 570382

The Pirate Island

Indoor childrens play area with a pirate theme. Situated in Morpeth the centre has a climbing frame, slide and separate Toddler Den. Tel: 01670 513413

South Linden Fishery

Situated close to the ancient town of Alnwick this well stocked stillwater is open year round for fishing. Day tickets start from £8 with tackle available for hire. Tel: 01670 788366

Burgham Park Golf Club

A championship parkland course with panoramic views of Simonside hills to the west and the coast to the east. Tel: 01670 787898

Thrunton Woods

Thrunton Woods is a large area of woodland a few miles north of Longframlington. The walking is superb culminating in a ten mile walk which traverses truly stunning scenery. It has the feel of wilderness walking and is an ideal holiday activity.

Rock climbing in the Simonside Hills

The Simonside Hills are located within easy reach of the town of Rothbury. The hills are a mixture of rough moorland and forest which are managed by the Forestry Commission.

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Rock climbing on the Rothbury Moors

The Rothbury Moors can be found to the North of Rothbury and provide a good area for fans of bouldering.

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Jack Rock

This impressive crag lies on the south bank of the River Coquet and is best reached from the Acklington Village.

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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.

The Congregational Gallery

The Congregational Gallery in Rothbury is set in a Grade II listed former Chapel with light and reflecting walls showing various pieces of artwork.

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Bob Smith Fly Fishing

Bob Smith offers lessons, tuitions and courses on all aspects of fishing including river fishing, stillwater fishing and and fly fishing.

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Help & Advice

Call us: 01228 599960


What our customers say

J Gordon - October 2013

Wonderful home from home very clean and beds very comfy.The Barn has a really nice feel to it and the owners live next door and are happy to help if you should need them.. having read the visitors book many people agree ! and lots return here, as we hope to , Perfect


O J Murray - June 2013

We had a thoroughly enjoyable stay there and loved the accomodation and situation.


J Noon - April 2013

Super quiet rural location. It was well presented, very clean, plenty of bed linen and towels (lots of spares), enough parking for three cars. It was very well located for sight seeing and the coast.


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