Situated a short drive from Embleton Bay, the quaint, rural village of North Charlton is ideally placed for exploring Northumberland.
This charming mid-terrace house in the pretty village of North Charlton dates back as far as the nineteenth century. Modernised to a high standard and incorporating a spacious living-room with dining area and wood-burning stove â€“ set into a fantastic inglenook feature fireplace â€“ this cottage also boasts a stylish fitted kitchen which combines aspects of modern design with old-world charm. The house is well decorated and comes with a TV, video and DVD player in case a relaxing evening in front of the fire is required after a hard day exploring the various beaches of the region. With sleeping room for up to six people, this fantastic property is well situated on the A1 for trips to Alnwick, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and the Scottish Borders.
The A1 is very close by, making the village easily accessible from anywhere in the country and with the extensive sandy beaches at Beadnell Bay and Low Newton just minutes away, this little village is a great place for a seaside holiday. The market town of Alnwick, with its imposingly beautiful castle, is only ten minutes down the road, and boasts a wide variety of amenities. The Cheviot foothills are also only a short drive away and with a National Park nearby and plenty of challenging golf courses there is a wide variety of great places to explore throughout the Northumberland region.