Welcome to The Croft
Built in the 1830’s the house has been renovated to provide comfortable modern living while keeping its traditional features. The accommodation includes:
Fully fitted kitchen, living room with log burning stove, dining room with grand piano, downstairs loo & utility, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.
There is a sunny terrace overlooking the valley with garden furniture and an enclosed garden beyond plus parking for 2 cars.
Step Inside The Croft
The house enjoys quiet, peaceful surroundings and the village, riverside and hills are all within walking distance. Rothbury provides excellent shopping, pubs and restaurants.
Open throughout the year.
Short breaks are available outside the main holiday season.
Smart TV | washing machine | dishwasher | high chair | central heating | linen and towels | hairdryers.
The Perfect Location
Places to Visit
Historic monuments, Castles, Gardens & Country Houses
Cragside, home to the inventor, Lord Armstrong, now a major NT property is just on the outskirts of Rothbury. Hadian’s wall, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Alnwick, Bamburgh and Walkworth Castles are all within an hours drive as are the renowned gardens at Alnwick, Belsay, Howick and Wallington.
A large stretch of the North Northumberland Coast is An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with sandy beaches and amazing wildlife. You can take a boat trip to the Farne Islands to see the puffins and seals or drive the causeway to Holy Island.
The Northumberland National Park
Rothbury sits at the gateway to the National Park which offers wonderful wild scenery and walks off the beaten track – taking in Hadrian’s Wall, Kielder reservoir and forest as well as Coquetdale and the Cheviots.
Restaurants & Pubs
Rothbury and the surrounding villages have plenty of country pubs serving food and there are a range of restaurants and places for afternoon tea. The village boasts a Q butcher, a greengrocers, 2 bakeries and a deli all offering the best of local produce.
Rothbury has a golf course which welcomes visitors as do the tennis courts. Fishing, guided walks, farm visits, zoos and wildlife safaris are all available locally. Kielder Observatory offers ‘dark skies’ evenings
What People Say
“Warm, Cozy Cottage”
“Great Welcome Pack”
“Friendly, Helpful Host”
“Well Situated for the Sights”
Please select your dates below to see pricing and availability for The Croft, changeover day is a Saturday.
Short breaks are available outside of peak periods, please contact me directly to discuss your needs before booking.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information. Complete the form below, or give us a call on the telephone number at the bottom of the page.
Rothbury, Northumberland, NE65 7YF