Gate Lodge and Coach House are both five star luxury cottages sitting in the serenity of the Northumberland National Park.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Cheviot Holiday Cottages is owned and managed by Graham Stephenson.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Graham Stephenson.
EV charging point
Bicycles provided for guests
Very high levels of insulation
Draft-proofed to a very high level
All energy efficient appliances
Five star, multi award-winning cottages in one of the most serene and beautiful locations in the North East are what you will find when you spend a holiday at Cheviot Holiday cottages, in Northumberland. If luxury is what you desire then you won’t be disappointed here; each cottage has been carefully thought out, decorated and given all the personal touches you need to have a gorgeously relaxing holiday.
As you walk through the door of your chosen cottage you will be greeted by the scent of freshly baked bread and stylish, homely decor. Both cottages have been awarded the annual Enjoy England Gold Award, which is only given to five star self catering properties given over 91% in their annual grading, so you can rest assured that you have stumbled across something really quite special here.
So, what can you expect from a Cheviot Holiday Cottage stay? While both of the cottages are decorated to extremely high standards are designed to give their guests maximum privacy and comfort and are set in mature grounds, each has its individual quirks.
The Gate Lodge is a totally indulgent experience in a romantic, spacious home for two. A detached and private single storey cottage, defined by light oak decor, inviting sofas and a luxurious en suite super king bedroom. Not to forget the relaxation room, complete with a sleek infrared sauna to refresh and rejuvenate you, and hydrotherapy hot tub, outside in the south-facing cottage garden, under the stars of the Northumberland Dark Sky Park.
How about a stay in the Coach House? A charming 18th century cottage beautifully restored, with exposed beams and wooden floors, a wood burning stove and a gorgeous gallery bedroom with king-sized bed for two (can be converted into twin beds), plus a deluxe bathroom with rainfall shower and jetted hydrotherapy bathtub. Outside you'll find a little table and chairs in a sheltered spot, west-facing and perfect for a glass of wine as the sun goes down.
Of course, the real charm of a break in a Cheviot holiday cottage can only be experienced by a stay here, so what are you waiting for?
With the Northumberland National Park on your doorstep, you are able to take advantage of the many walks and trails through glorious countryside, past hidden waterfalls and winding rivers, prehistoric hill forts and the remains of Bronze Age settlements. For those who like their settlements a little more modern, the award winning Beamish Open Air Museum tells the story of north east England through Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian times, and really is a must see for families. For a magical day out a visit to Alnwick Garden, with its stunning Rose Garden, forbidding Poison Garden and magnificent water cascades is sure to be a beautiful adventure. Be sure to pay a visit to the gigantic treehouse while you’re there and perhaps dine in the treehouse restaurant for a truly special experience.
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