Delightful Bed and Breakfast between Wooler and Alnwick
Located towards the North of the beautiful County of Northumberland, Low Hedgeley Farm Bed and Breakfast is situated at the foot of the Cheviot Hills with the farmhouse facing south overlooking the River Breamish.
Northumberland is England’s least populated County and offers a stunning landscape and an unrivalled sense of freedom. Views from the farm to the west take in the famous Northumberland National Park, Hedgehope Hill and The Cheviot.
The Towns of Alnwick and Wooler are just a short scenic drive away. Wooler and its range of shops and restaurants is just six miles to the North and Alnwick (famous for its Castle and Gardens) is approximately 8 miles across beautiful countryside.
There are a huge range of attractions nearby to be explored when you stay at Low Hedgeley Farm Bed and Breakfast.
The Cheviot Hills form one of the most dramatic landscapes in the British Isles providing miles of great walks and superb bird watching. The Breamish and Harthope Valleys near Wooler are delightful settings which provide examples of the unique character of the Cheviots.
Things To Do:
You are spoilt for choice when it come to things to do when you stay at Low Hedgeley Farm. There are a huge number of attractions close by including Alnwick Castle and The Alnwick Garden, The Holy Island of Lindisfarne and Lindisfarne Castle, Bamburgh Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle, Warkworth Castle and many more!
Alnwick Castle, famous for being Hogwarts in Harry Potter is incredibly popular (and not just with children) and The Alnwick Garden is a dramatic new addition to the Town. The Alnwick Playhouse is an arts centre, theatre and cinema with live link screening during the summer months. Chillingham Castle and its herd of wild cattle are just a ten minute drive away and the stunning National Trust properties of Cragside House and Gardens in Rothbury and Wallington Hall are all within easy travelling distance.
Northumberland’s heritage coastline (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) is also within easy reach. Travel from Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island to Bamburgh Castle, Seahouses, Dunstanburgh Castle through mile after mile of award-winning, golden sandy beaches. The Farne Islands are a natural haven and a ‘must see’ for those interested in wildlife with some 100,000 pairs of breeding birds in the Summer, the most famous of which is the well photographed delightful Puffin.
For walkers the beautiful Breamish Valley is right on Low Hedgeley Farm’s doorstep. Just a short drive up the road towards Wooler is the Northumberland National Park and the walker’s dream that are the Harthope and Breamish Valleys.