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We will be as flexible with all bookings (new bookings too) as we can. Thank you.
Welcome to Alnwick Cottages
Juliet Cottage, Peaseblossom House and Falstaff House
Three charming holiday cottages situated in the heart of the lovely
historic market town of Alnwick.
The cottages are ideally situated for a fantastic holiday. They are in the centre of the town of Alnwick, within walking distance of the Castle and the Gardens and it's only a few minutes by car to the beautiful beaches and the wild countryside and ancient monuments of Northumberland.
Weekly bookings from £480 to £695
Three night breaks from £240
Weekly bookings from £360 to £595
Three night breaks from £210
Weekly bookings from £480 to £695
Three night breaks from £240
It is always cheaper to book with us directly
Falstaff House (sleeps 4+1) is our newest addition, with its own private patio area at the rear, nicely appointed kitchen, pretty living room with original shutters, and two bedrooms (kingsize bed in one and twin beds in the other). There is an ensuite shower room along with a family bathroom.
One of the sofas in the living room is a sofa bed and additional bedding is provided.
Falstaff House is a Grade II listed cottage, built in the late Georgian period.
Falstaff House is a stone's throw away from Peaseblossom House - just in case you would like to visit with friends/family, but stay in different cottages.
Falstaff House is a pretty cottage in a great location.
Juliet Cottage (sleeps 4) is a very sweet cottage in the centre of Alnwick, just up the road from the famous Hotspur Tower.
It backs on to the high town walls of Alnwick and so the little patio at the back of the cottage is totally safe for little ones to potter about in.
We were told that the Juliet Cottage row of cottages was originally built for Italian craftsmen who arrived to work on the ornate designs of the ceilings of Alnwick castle.
The cottage is warm and welcoming, with very thick walls and a lovely living flame gas fire within the splendid original fireplace.
Juliet Cottage has such a lovely friendly feeling to it, and the kitchen has been refurbished in 2020 and the new bed (again 2020) in the double bedroom is a kingsize.The solid beech, good quality bunks in the second bedroom are full size singles beds and so can be used by adults as well as young ones.
Flat screen smart TV with Netflix.
Peaseblossom House (sleeps 4) is a lovely Grade II listed building, about a 4 minute walk to the centre of Alnwick, and along the road from the fabulous Barter Books.
The cottage is light and airy, with a large light kitchen-diner, cosy but sunny living room with gas fire with real flames, along with 2 double bedrooms, one with kingsize bed and the other with twin beds.
The pretty bathroom has underfloor heating.
Outside, the patio area is a lovely place to relax, and it is a private and not overlooked.
All the cottages have free wifi provided, along with flat screen smart tv's with Netflix.
Travel cot and high chairs are available at all our cottages too.
Handwash, shampoo, hairdryer, and all sorts of little extras are provided.
We haven't had enough Booking.com reviews yet for Peaseblossom House for an Award for 2021
THINGS TO DO
Alnwick Castle and Gardens
Magical Alnwick Castle
Alnwick Castle and Gardens are one of Northumberland’s biggest attractions, attracting visitors from all over the country.
It was also the setting for the Harry Potter films, which makes it even more interesting for children.
In addition to the castle and gardens, the Alnwick Treehouse was built in 2004, and it not only a fantastic restaurant, but is a sculpture in its own right, sitting high in the tree tops with wobbly bridges and walkways in the sky.
The Cleanest Beaches
Northumberland has some of the cleanest beaches in England – every major beach has been passed by the Environment Agency for the cleanliness of its water. The following beaches have gained the highest rating in the Marine Conservation Society’s (MSC) Good Beach Guide:
Castles of Northumberland
Northumberland is a county steeped in history and has many Castles. Some, such as Alnwick and Bamburgh are magnificent castles that are complete and lived in, whilst others such as Edlingham are more modest ruins. All have a very interesting history and have played important roles in the past. The castles of Northumberland are unmissable when visiting this ancient county full of history and intrigue. Other favourites are Warkworth, Dunstanbrough, Chillingham, Lindisfarne, and Belsay.
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We have been awarded the
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for 2017 , 2018 and 2019
and Traveller's Choice 2020
Cycling in Northumberland – Cycle Hire
Northumberland is the perfect place for cycling with some great routes – short and long and for all ages and abilities. Bring your own bikes or hire them locally.
Fishing on and around the Aln River
River Aln (Aln Angling Association)
Brown trout, salmon and sea trout stocked
01665 602135 – Jobsons (all permits)
01665 510027 – Hardy’s (all permits)
Secretary: – Alan Lawson 01665 579272
Golfing in Northumberland
Northumberland has the highest number of links courses in the UK, with the most beautiful scenery to be enjoyed during a round of golf.
Undulating coastal links course with one hill providing fine views. This golf course is the oldest 9 hole golf course in England and the 4th oldest golf course in England.
There's lots of other golf courses, including
Alnmouth (Foxton) Golf Course, Alnwick, Percywood , Rothbury, Linden Hall, Dunstanbrough, Belford, Seahouses, Bamburgh, and Warkworth Golf Clubs
Eating and Drinking
Here in Northumberland, we are spoilt with fantastic places to eat around the whole county. From Artisan brunches and afternoon tea, to harbour fish restaurants serving the daily catch, we’re fortunate to have an amazing choice of eateries.
Places to Eat: Alnwick Treehouse, The Old Boathouse Amble, Hooked Alnmouth, Market Tavern Alnwick.
Good pubs: Red Lion Alnmouth, Ship Inn Low Newton, The Joiners Arms Newton by the Sea, Tanners Arms Alnwick and the John Bull Alnwick.
Fave Tearooms: Earl Grey Tea Rooms Howick Hall, Bari Tea Alnwick, The Station Buffet at Barter Books, The Old School Gallery Alnmouth.