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Covid 19

For all new bookings, if Government action concerning Covid 19 results in you being prevented from travelling we will refund all monies paid.

New Local and National Regulations

Please note that at the moment bookings must be for one household per property.

Due to the latest rule changes, we now have a number of vacancies for the period up to and including Christmas and New Year, especially in our larger properties. Discounts will be available for smaller parties in our larger properties, which offers a great opportunity – Farriers and Viewfield have hot tubs! (The prices listed for The Farmhouse, Farriers and Viewfield are discounted already and the prices are for six.)

26 September 2020

Village Farm
Village Farm

Holiday Information

Village Farm and Town Foot Farm Holiday Cottages, Northumberland

Exploring Northumberland

It is difficult to describe all that Northumberland has to offer, because it offers so much. And our location near historic Alnwick couldn't be better placed to help you enjoy it. An application to one of the local tourism information centres will bring a deluge of leaflets.

Here are just some holiday ideas.

Sightseeing
Visit the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands, the Grace Darling Museum, Chillingham Wild Cattle, Kielder Forest, Water and Dam ... and much, much more.

Belsay HallCastles
One can see seven castles from the top of an old tower near Alnwick. The whole county is blessed with a large number of historic buildings of great interest, including Bamburgh Castle, Belsay Hall, Cragside, Dunstanburgh Castle, Wallington Hall and Warkworth Castle.

History
The Roman conquest bequeathed Hadrian's Wall. The Vikings and the Borders Wars with the Scots left their own legacy. Visitors can discover the history of the ancient Kingdom of Northumbria from a plethora of local heritage sites and museums.

Walking
With Northumberland National Park, the Cheviot Hills and all those miles of beaches, walkers are truly spoilt for choice.

AlnmouthBeaches
There are many miles of unspoilt, award-winning and largely deserted beaches.

Bird Watching
The Farne Islands are famous for the wide variety of sea-birds that nest there, including guillemots and puffins.

Golf
Choose from a choice of ten golf courses within a 10 mile radius of Shilbottle.

Fishing
There is excellent fishing on the Aln, Coquet, Till, Tweed and, of course, sea-fishing off the coast. Hardy, the world famous fishing company, has an interesting museum at its headquarters in Alnwick.

Lime KilnsShopping
Groceries can be bought locally in the village shop in Shilbottle. Alnwick offers a very good range of shops. Excellent shopping can be enjoyed in Newcastle or the Metro Centre at Gateshead.

Eating Out
There are several good restaurants in the area. We will gladly make a recommendation.

Travelling
Edinburgh is 95 miles; Newcastle 28 miles; Carlisle 75 miles. By rail, Alnmouth Station, on the East Coast Line between London and Scotland, is just 3 miles away.