Hunting Hall

Northumberland
Self-catering


Visit Holy Island, magical, atmospheric... wild Northumberland awaits! Return to the comfort of 2 delicious cottages on a dreamy farm

Place

2 places

Sleeps

Each sleep 4

The
Experience

Tucked away in a remote part of the county is the most immaculate farmyard you will ever drive into outside of a ‘Doctor Doolittle’ movie. A Middle White sow in a barn full of straw with piglets playing hide-and-seek, geese, ducks, hens and bantams waddling about… it’s a place as green as Kermit inside and out. There are acres of farmland, beautifully traditional, as well as farm trails, an orchard, birds, butterflies, hares and grey partridge. The Fuffins is a listed Georgian cottage with French windows opening onto a garden with wide views; a large fireplace warms the sitting room, the kitchen is light, roomy and well-equipped, bedrooms are peaceful and comfortable, bathrooms brim with organic towels. Newt Cottage is Victorian with an old-fashioned country garden, the open fire is cosy on chilly days, the bedrooms have a pink and blue theme, and the bathrooms are stocked with Faith in Nature soaps and shampoos. Karen from the farmhouse opposite greets you with a basket of homemade cake and bread. Wild Northumberland awaits: Holy Island, Bamburgh and the Farne Isles are wonderfully close.

Essentials

  • Hot tub
  • WiFi
  • Swimming pool
  • Mobile reception
  • Oven
  • Breakfast included
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Hob
  • Parking on premises
  • Barbecue
  • Free parking nearby
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Breakfast available
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Central heating
  • Wheelchair access
  • Limited mobility
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Garden
  • Television
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Dogs welcome
  • Electricity included
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Children welcome
  • Books and toys
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair

Nearby

  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles

Activities

  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

Information
& pricing

Booking information

Check in
3.30pm
Check out
10am
Closed
Never.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
Property
This property is part of a working farm or vineyard.

Pricing

Nightly price
from £42
Weekly price
from £297
Surcharges
Minimum stay: 7 nights; 3 nights in low season.
1 Cottage for 4
From £552 bedrooms
1 Cottage for 4
From £422 bedrooms

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Location

The neighbourhood

Local points of interest from Karen Burn

  • Our farm trail winds through beautiful countryside, past woodlands and wild areas rich with wildflowers, to a pond with bird hide and dipping platform. We’ve planted a community orchard of heritage fruit trees and rare breed sheep graze our organic meadows
  • Standing in a young wildflower-sown orchard, overlooking an organic sheep meadow stands our beautiful new shepherd’s hut. Revel in cosy luxury before the hobbit stove in the stillness of a star- studded evening and discover something magical!
  • Visit the island of Lindisfarne, once an important centre of English Christianity. In the stillness of evening voices of seals resting on sand banks drift across the water to the island. A castle rises out of the rock, once guarding the harbour entrance.
  • Northumberland’s beautiful sandy beaches are overlooked by spectacular castles. Enjoy an evening excursion to Bamburgh where the great castle illuminates the sparkling sand, whilst out at sea island lights glint and glimmer – an enchanting experience.
  • The wild Cheviot Hills offer breath-taking views of untamed moorland. Walks starting in beautiful valleys with tumbling clear streams, quickly rise onto bracken covered slopes grazed by native sheep. Pause by a sun-warmed wall and enjoy the wildness.
  • It’s a lovely walk to Cuthbert’s Cave where the monks carrying St Cuthbert’s remains are said to have rested beneath the rocky outcrop. Nestled in the shade of woodland along a track lined with daffodils, the cave offers peace and a place of wonder.