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- Luxury self-catering holiday cottages
- Uninterrupted views of the Cheviot Hill
- Dog friendly (max 3 dogs per cottage)
- Superb walks direct from the door
- Inn a short stroll away & tennis on site
- Free Wi-fi in all cottages
Burnfoot Holiday Cottages - Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages in Alnwick, Northumberland
With uninterrupted views of the Cheviot Hills, a wealth of wildlife on its doorstep, and the babble of two burns in the background, our self-catering holiday cottages are the perfect place for escaping the pressures of modern life. Our position near Cragside, Rothbury, Alnwick and Hadrian’s Wall, along with the likes of Bamburgh, Berwick, Craster, Holy Island and Seahouses on Northumberland’s Heritage Coast, cannot be improved on for a family holiday in Northumberland.
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Created from Lord Armstrong’s original turbine house and restored with the help of The National Trust, it is the largest holiday home at Burnfoot and boasts stunning views of the Cheviot Hills.
The Hideaway (sleeps 9 + 1)
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Tucked away in the south-west corner of Burnfoot, this two-storey holiday cottage has south-facing views over a burn where kingfishers, egrets, deer and otters are regularly spotted. An ideal base for groups and family get-togethers in Northumberland.
The Mill (sleeps 8)
The Mill is a luxury self-catering holiday cottage on the edge of Northumberland National Park, near Alnwick, Cragside, Hadrian’s Wall and Rothbury, as well as Bamburgh, Craster and Seahouses on Northumberland’s Heritage Coast.
Created from the original mill at Burnfoot, this L-shaped one-level holiday cottage, with a very large terrace affording views over a burn where salmon and sea trout run every year, offers an ideal base for a small group or two families holidaying together in Northumberland.
For use solely by our guests, there is a championship tennis court in the grounds – re-surfaced and re-painted in 2020.
As well as seeing the ponies, young imaginations can be fired by the otters, deer, badgers, salmon, owls, kingfishers and many other rare birds that can be seen regularly from the cottages.
Burnfoot is named due to it being where two streams (burns) meet and it is the perfect place for exploration and adventure, but not at the expense of parents’ peace of mind. We have three young children ourselves and appreciate their need to challenge themselves but in as safe an environment as possible. Neither of the burns can be accessed without scaling a wall or a gate.
Unlimited free superfast Wi-Fi is available in all cottages (access may not be available in every room due to the thickness of the stone walls).