Hunting Hall Farm
Discover a holiday to treasure at Hunting Hall Farm’s award-winning green holiday cottages. Tucked away in a remote part of North Northumberland near Holy Island, these beautiful, Grade II listed, stone cottages have been lovingly restored with exposed beams and open fires. They stand in pretty country gardens on a story-book traditional farm where there are always animals to see; a Saddleback sow in a barn full of straw with piglets playing hide-and-seek, hens, bantams, geese and ducks waddling about. There are acres of farmland to explore along a farm trail winding through wildflower edged fields that are a haven for wildlife.
The Fuffins, part of the original Georgian farmhouse, offers gentle green luxury in tranquil surroundings. Old-fashioned features, carefully preserved, include an inglenook-sized fireplace with open stove, exposed beams and an antique roll-top bath. We’ve added a lovely spacious pine kitchen with French doors leading to almost an acre of garden. There are two single beds in the Butterfly Bedroom whilst a heavy pine king-sized bed dominates the main bedroom.
Newt Cottage is a Victorian farm worker’s cottage with a wonderful traditional atmosphere enhanced by the original range with an open fire and exposed beams. The cottage has two sunny bedrooms; one has a double bed, the other two singles.
All our beds have deep feather duvets and pillows dressed with organic cotton bed linen. Towels are also organic cotton. At Hunting Hall cottages we use only green energy and natural products, caring for people and our planet.
Hunting Hall is a small family farm, built close by the Low Burn. Beyond the farm the stream meanders through organic meadows, where sheep graze and wetland plants grow. The farm has won many awards for its work to help wildlife.
A holiday at Hunting Hall offers a wonderful diverse landscape to explore. The Holy Island Causeway, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is only five miles away and there are long stretches of deserted sandy beaches with the dramatic costal castles of Bamburgh, Lindisfarne, Warkworth and Dunstanburgh. Inland, towards the Cheviot Hills, the countryside becomes much wilder and there are some breathtaking walks through valleys and over heather topped hillsides. Northumberland has bustling market towns, picturesque villages, stately homes and museums. National Cycle Network Route 1 and The St. Cuthbert’s Way lie only 2 miles away, so it’s a perfect base for walkers and cyclists. We hope visitors to Hunting Hall will discover the wonderful natural heritage of North Northumberland. It's a very special place for a holiday!
"Trully inspirational" Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Awards for Excellence.
£285.00per unit per week
£300.00per unit per week
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