Burradon Farm is a working farm of some 400 acres at the heart of which lies the 14th century Pele Tower, the farm house, the terraced farm cottages and a fine range of traditional stone farm buildings.
As a grain producing farm, Chaff House is where the wheat was separated from the chaff. No hint of this now in the light sitting room with patio doors leading to the open plan landscaped garden. Upstairs both master and family bedrooms are ensuite. Large breakfasting kitchen.
.If Chaff House is not available, there is a very large choice of other houses and cottages. There are spacious houses that will sleep from 5 to 8 people, quality ground floor cottages for 4, pretty one double bedroomed cottages, fully accessible disabled friendly cottages and best value terraced farm cottages that will sleep 4 people.
The light, bright bedrooms are well provided with ample drawer and wardrobe space. Well sprung mattresses are complimented with crisp coordinating bed linen.
The fully fitted tiled bathrooms benefit from a powerful Mira shower over the bath.
Double glazing, energy efficient gas central heating and security system all contribute to ensure that the property is comfortable and relaxing for the visitor.
There are public footpaths and cycle ways through the fields and the nearest post office, shops and pubs are a 10 minute walk away in Burradon village. By car the A19 and A1 are easily accessed. Local buses from the end of the farm road offer regular services to Newcastle and the Metro Station.
There are many tourist attractions nearby which include the glorious beaches of Seaton Sluice, Whitley Bay and Tynemouth. Royal Quays Shopping Outlet, Wet 'n' Wild and the International Ferry Terminal are also nearby. Within half an hours drive visitors have easy access to Northumberland's wonderful castles, stately homes and gardens such as Alnwick Castle, Wallington Hall and Cragside. Beamish Open Air Museum, Hadrian's Wall and the Roman Forts are also nearby and northwards there are the coastal villages of Bamburgh, Seahouses and the historic Holy Island
Burradon Farm is conveniently located only a few miles from the spectacular Northumbrian coastline and within easy access of the cultural heritage and dynamic centre which is Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
The International Ferry Terminal is five miles and the Newcastle International Airport only seven miles away.
Near City, Coast and Countryside . The ideal location for your Northumberland Holiday
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