Mary Rose Cottage offers luxury holiday lodges and log cabins for holiday rental. Visitors to Warkworth can’t escape the imposing ruins of Warkworth Castle – you can see them from pretty much anywhere in the village.
offers the following facilities.
Perfect for Golfers
Want a Northumberland golf break or holiday? Then booking a self catering lodge at Mary Rose Cottage could be a great solution. There is a golf course on the park or near by. And with plenty for non golfers to do either at Mary Rose Cottage or in and around the Warkworth area the non golfers will have a great time too.
Other facilities and features include:
Oil fired central heating throughout. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, colour TV with Freeview, Digibox, DVD/CD, Playstation 2. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Garden area with patio area, large front lawn, furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pubs 2 miles.
Visitors to Warkworth can’t escape the imposing ruins of Warkworth Castle – you can see them from pretty much anywhere in the village. Constructed to protect the inhabitants from marauding Scots and other ne’er-do-wells, the 12th Century ruins have found more recent fame as the location for Hogwarts School in the popular Harry Potter films; if you’re staying in the area it might be a good chance for you to practice your Quidditch skills! While its origins may lie in the middle ages, Warkworth’s most distinctive architecture is Georgian and Victorian, the pretty main street lined with charming shops, restaurants and cafés. There are plenty of attractions nearby to keep all ages amused from the bird watching haven of the Farne Islands to Alnwick Gardens and it’s huge tree house.
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Accommodation & Prices
A delightful detached lodge, set in the peaceful grounds of Eastfield Hall, just 2 miles inland from the coastal village of Warkworth. Eastfield Hall was once a grand Victorian country house and the grounds boast splendid views towards the sea. One of a small number on the site, this large, modern, light and airy child-friendly lodge provides excellent accommodation. Finished to a high standard, this Warkworth cottage offers the convenience of open plan living, in a lovely large room with vaulted ceiling. This Warkworth cottage also has a relaxing conservatory with views over open countryside to Warkworth Castle and Coquet Island beyond - perfect after a day's exploring. The bustling town of Alnwick, with its famous Castle and Gardens, is within easy reach of this Warkworth cottage, as is the rest of Northumberland's stunning Heritage Coastline. Numerous other castles are on the doorstep, Warkworth, Dunstanburgh and Bamburgh to name a few, and just a little further North is the famous Holy Island. Other favourite destinations close to this Warkworth cottage are NT’s Cragside at Rothbury and Hadrians Wall. A superb Warkworth cottage retreat.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x adult bunk. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Open plan living area with spacious, well-equipped fitted kitchen, dining area and lounge area, leading to conservatory.
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