Accessible self-catering holiday cottage in Northumberland
Situated at Bingfield near Hexham Northumberland
Facilities / General Information
- Hot tub (User Information).
- Welcome gift, home grown free range eggs, chocolates, biscuits and sparkling wine on arrival.
Controllable underfloor heating throughout, ensuring year round cosiness.
The large enclosed garden/field provides a safe area for children to play and includes a large playing field, paths through wooded wildlife area and picnic site with
- Outdoor games
- Basketball net
- Football goal
Decked verandah at the front of the house and large paved patio area. Charcoal BBQ, and garden furniture.
All bed linens are supplied; each bed has a duvet and two pillows per person.
Towels are provided for inside use, guests are asked to bring towels for hot-tub and sauna use, alternatively luxury towelling robe hire available.
Hairdryer is provided.
Tea towels, dishcloths and cleaning agents are supplied.
Cot and high chair available on request (please bring own cot bedding).
Groceries: an order can be taken and placed in the Hytte for your arrival.
Comprehensive local information and guides available, with places to visit, restaurants and bars, fishing, horse riding and walking.
Electric hoist available for guests with limited mobility.
For the comfort of all guests we cannot accept pets on the Property (Registered assistance dogs are welcome).
Guests are welcome to smoke outside.
North East Tourism Awards 2010 for Self catering Accommodation the Hytte won the "Silver" Award.
"Intriguing grass-roofed, timber building in the style of a Norwegian Mountain Lodge with its stunning, contemporary interior. Spacious, stylish and uncluttered, it is immediately welcoming and hugely pleasurable - perfect to slow down, relax, and unwind. Lots to do outside: lounging in the sauna or hot tub, badminton, basket ball and a trampoline, watching the wildlife - particularly the 'bug hotel!'
Or simply enjoying a glass of wine on the decked terrace watching the famous Bingfield sunset over the glorious, rolling, countryside while the swallows swoop under the eaves.
Warm and welcoming hosts with an inspiring and infectious passion for their product and the North East make sure that visitors get the most from their visit through unusually comprehensive information about the property, what to see and do, with separate folders for accessibility and sustainability"
The guest book demonstrates how much their attention to detail is appreciated. This is an exceptional self-catering property demonstrating so much good practice, cleverly providing a luxurious experience which can be equally enjoyed by those looking for straight forward self-catering accommodation, those needing an accessible environment, or those seeking a sustainable holiday experience".
NE Tourism Awards 2008 Self Catering Assessment Report