INGRAM HOUSE is an 18th century former farmhouse situated in the Northumberland National Park, Dark Sky Park, and is in the foothills of the Cheviots with easy access to the coast, castles, walks and cycle rides. There is plenty of drying space for wet outer garments and boots and locked storage for bicycles. Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Bamburgh Castle and beach, Holy Island are all nearby.The four comfortable rooms are each individually decorated. Breakfast is served in the family dining room where you can also enjoy an evening meal. Enjoy the 2 acre garden including a recently restored summer house where you can retreat when the night skies permit. Map the stars and wonder at the extent of them with the help of binoculars or telescope. Sit back and enjoy the beauty with a glass of wine or a mug of hot chocolate. A warm welcome to a peaceful, tranquil part of Northumberland awaits you.
Directions & MapNearest town or village: Ingram
From the South: Turn off the A1 north of Newcastle on to the A697 to Coldstream. Continue on this road through Longhorsley and Longframlington to Powburn. After Powhurn turn left between two rows of cottages signed Brandon, Ingram, Linhope. Follow this road for 3 miles, over a large wrought iron bridge. Follow the road round to the right and we are the first gate on the right. From the North: Take the A697 through Coldstream, Millfield and Wooler. Continue for about 7 miles until the turning to the right to Brandon, Ingram, Linhope. Over the large wrought iron bridge as mentioned above.
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