West Longridge Cottages – Quality Cottages Nr Berwick-upon-Tweed
West Longridge Cottages offer the discerning guest the choice of four quality country cottages and houses. Situated on a farm the cottages have been decorated and furnished to high standards with particular attention paid to design and furnishings. A warm welcome is assured, with afternoon tea within this peaceful setting.
The result is a very attractive accommodation in a beautiful area just 4 miles west of the historic market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The holiday cottages enjoy uninterrupted picturesque views of the Cheviot Hills and is surrounded by pretty countryside making it an ideal base for touring the Northumbrian Coast, Holy and Farne Islands and the Scottish Borders.
If you fancy a country idyll – your own Lark Rise/Candleford, with all the luxury of mod cons including wet rooms, 32”flat screen TVs, etc. – look no further!
West Longridge self-catering cottages are securely tucked away on our family farm but mercifully out of earshot, offering a perfect holiday retreat!
A two person discount is available in any of the cottages
WiFi is available on the Garden House only
The cottages are 2½ miles from the nearest local Post Office and shops at East Ord. Berwick-upon-Tweed is nearby and has a good selection of supermarkets, shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a sports centre with swimming pool and arts centre. The long, sandy, Northumbrian beaches, such as Cocklawburn and Bamburgh, are only a few miles away. We are 1.9 miles from A1, 3.5 miles to Berwick, Alnwick is 30 miles, Newcastle and Edinburgh are both an hour away.
There are a large number of country houses nearby, which are open to the public including Paxton House and Manderston. Floors Castle at Kelso, andAlnwick Castle (the location for the ‘Harry Potter’ movie) both make interesting day-trips. Children will enjoy Heatherslaw Mill with it’s narrow gauge railway or feeding the animals at Conundrum Farm Trail.
Berwick is situated in the Borders of Scotland and England and is famous for it’s unique Elizabethan walls and the splendid views of the town from ‘Megs Mount’ and ‘Brass Bastion’.
Within easy reach are the Cheviots, which offer exceptional hill walking, theFarne Islands where seals and large numbers of seabirds are resident plus some excellent SCUBA diving. Lindisfarne of course is famous for it’s part in early Christianity in England (Check safe crossing times here.). The Tweed valley offers some of the best fishing in the UK and bird watching in the unspoiled countryside is a pleasure.