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Walk the Cheviot Hills from the cottage door. Visit all the tourist amenities
Bedroom one has a queen size double bed, the view from the bedroom window is up the lane to Humbleton Hill. There is a wardrobe, large chest of drawers and a dressing table and two bedside cupboards with lights.. There are fours steps up to this room. The second bedroom is very small and has a single bed with a pull out one which would make two singles or a double. The small window looks out onto the lane and a field opposite with sheep in it. The Z beds which are stored in this bedroom would be used in the sitting room or the sun room. The cot is a travel cot, cot bedding is not provided. The linen is off high quality. All the beds are equipped with duvets. There are extra blankets if required.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - There is a large safe garden to play in.There is a large safe garden to play in.
Max guests: 4
Minimum age of primary renter:
- keep the garden free from dog waste leave the house tidy when you leave follow the instructions in the house on leaving
About Christine Andrews
I lived in Wooler as a child and the cottage has been in the family for a number of years and is used as a second home by my four children and now my grandchildren. It has a good selection of books with novels and books on local history, some lovely pictures some by local artists and is comfortably furnished.The sun room with the dining table looks over the Glendale Valley and the sitting room as good chairs and a sofa and a log fire for when the weather is cooler. There is a terrace where you can site and admire the view over the valley or the rabbits in the bottom garden. If the bird feeders are kept filled there is a large variety of birds visiting the garden.
Christine Andrews purchased this Cottage in 1968
Why Christine Andrews chose Wooler
All bookings are from Friday to Friday The property was bought as a second home as there are many family connections in Newcastle and Northumberland. It is comfortably furnished without being fussy and there is plenty of heating if the weather is cooler.
What makes this Cottage unique
The cottage is an old stone cottage and is comfortably furnished. The sun room looks across the valley with it wide open views, the sitting room has two arm chairs and a couch and with the log fire and extra heating is cosy for the colder evenings. The cottage is set in the tiny Hamlet of High Humbleton which was once much bigger than Wooler when there was a lake in the valley. There are several remains of old houses round the green which once had a pond. The history of the area with it castles and battle fields is a reminder of the turbulent area it once was when Scotland and England were separate countries.