Overlooking Sir Edward’s Lake in Capheaton, Northumberland, this is the third of three new cottages in one of Northumberland’s most picturesque and peaceful locations. The cottage is called ‘Alice’ and is part of a spectacular conversion of a line of the earliest built cottages in the village. Externally the cottages all retain their original frontages but have been converted to the rear to provide warm, modern and spacious accommodation.
Alice has two spacious double bedrooms, one has a superking bed and ensuite shower room, and the other has a zip and link King size bed which can be made into two singles. There is a family bathroom and well equipped kitchen lounge dining room with wood burning stove.
You can book all of our properties together if you are planning a trip with friends or family.
You are welcome to enjoy walks around the Lake, or come and see the gardens at the Hall.
There may occasionally be private functions and events at the Hall so it is probably wise to check with the Estate Office at the time of booking.
This project has been part funded by The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development