Near Morpeth, Northumberland
This charming horsebox rests in its own private meadow and provides the perfect base from which to explore Northumberland.
Abbeyfield Horsebox is listed in affiliation with Airbnb.
Set in the beautiful Northumberland countryside, the meadow of Little Low Haugh would qualify as a magical location all on its own. The addition of Abbeyfield Horsebox only enhances the majesty of this stunning location. This glamping gem has been lovingly converted from a Bedford TK horsebox and has a surprising number of amenities - from the electric shower, to the outdoor firepit and the barrel hot tubs. For those who enjoy the peace and tranquility of nature, this little spit of land is the ideal setting. The five-acre meadow is all yours to enjoy, ensuring that you and your loved one will have the utmost privacy. With its beautifully bedecked interior and fairytale location, Abbeyfield Horsebox is a couple's getaway like no other.
Abbeyfield Horsebox has been renovated to the highest of standards and promises guests not only a unique stay, but an incredibly comfortable one too. The interior boats the finest materials along with handmade furnishings throughout. Surprisingly well equipped, the horsebox has everything for the perfect self-catering stay: a wood burning stove, gas hobs, a kitchen sink, a cozy sofa, indoor shower, and electric lighting throughout. The sleeping area houses a comfortable double bed, while the sofa folds out into an extra bed. Firewood and BBQ equipment are both providing for the outdoor firepit. The Horsebox sits on its own private five-acre piece of land. The meadow is surrounded by ancient forest, while its various woodland melodies are accompanied by the gentle trickle of a nearby steam.
The Horsebox is wonderfully situated on the edge of an ancient woodland, just on the outskirts of the town of Morpeth. The area is a hub for wildlife and has various walking trails, making it the ideal spot for those who love to be immersed in nature. Morpeth - a historic market town - offers its own delights, with a variety of historic buildings, bars, and restaurants. About a 40-minute drive to the west is the Northumberland National Park. The area is known for its numerous hills, rolling moorlands, and the world-famous Hadrian's Wall. A 30-minute drive to the south is the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England's largest city. Besides its abundant shopping facilities and thriving nightlife, Newcastle is also famed for its thriving arts scene, various museums, and proud history of theatre.
Newcastle International Airport - 25mins
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