Chestnut Tree House

Bed and Breakfast in Longhoughton, Northumberland

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7 Crowlea Road, nr Alnwick
Longhoughton
Northumberland
England
NE66 3AN

Chestnut Tree House, Longhoughton

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We offer 4 star bed & breakfast guest accommodation and a 4 star self catering holiday cottage in rural Northumberland. Situated in the coastal village of Longhoughton in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the heritage coast. Longhoughton is 4 miles east of Alnwick, the home of the Duke of Northumberland with its splendid castle used in the Harry Potter films and the unique Alnwick Gardens.

The semi-detached bed & breakfast - Chestnut Tree House is situated along the designated coastal route for walkers and cyclists. You can walk or drive down to the local ‘Sugar Sands’ beach and park your car on the headland (approximately 1 mile from the bed & breakfast). There are wonderful walks all along this part of the Northumberland coast following coastal tracks with excellent scenery.

Our Northumberland self catering holiday cottage - Breezes Cottage is a 200 hundred year old single storey detached stone cottage offering excellent accommodation comprising of lounge/dining room with original stone fireplace and wood burning stove, well equipped galley style kitchen and two large bedrooms with en-suite facilities. Northumberland is renowned for beautiful beaches and dramatic coastlines. There are a multitude of castles steeped in history plus stately homes, market towns and attractions available.

The most famous castle is Alnwick Castle. Alnwick is also famous for its market town. Every week regular markets are held in the impressive cobbled marketplace overlooked by the Northumberland Hall.

The famous Alnwick Food Festival and Music Festival take place here each year and entice thousands of tourists to see the displays. The Cheviot hills is another beautiful area to walk and see the wonder of nature. Cyclists and walkers are attracted to Northumberland for its dramatic scenery and breathtaking views.

If you fancy a boat ride, then visit The Farne Islands, two miles off the coast of Seahouses home to wildlife and thousands of birds. Visitors can see puffins, guillemots or the colony of grey seals on the island. Boat trips leave the harbour every day from April to September.

Newcastle & Gateshead are less than an hours drive away and offer some excellent visitor attractions and shopping facilities. Newcastles boasts some of the best entertainment, nightlife and restaurants in England. The North East has something to offer everyone.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Alnwick Garden - 3.3 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Dunstanburgh Castle - 3.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Alnwick Castle - 3.7 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Bailiffgate Museum - 3.8 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Alnwick Abbey Gatehouse - 4.2 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Hulne Priory - 5 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Warkworth Castle - 5.9 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Preston Tower - 7.4 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Edlingham Castle - 8.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Edlingham, St John the Baptist Church - 8.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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