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Self-Catering in Alnwick

Village Farm Cottages, Alnwick, Northumberland

Village Farm Cottages
Town Foot Farm
Shilbottle

Alnwick
Northumberland

NE66 2HG | View map
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Perfectly located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on one of the finest unspoilt coastlines in Britain, the village of Shilbottle has a history dating back to Ango-Saxon times.

Our two farms enjoy a tranquil rural setting and provide an ideal holiday base just three miles from Alnmouth and a similar distance from the historic market town of Alnwick, the seat of the Duke of Northumberland.

Village Farm in the heart of the old village and Town Foot Farm on the northern edge of the village offer an excellent choice of holiday accommodation, ranging from modern Scandanavian-style chalets to traditional stone-built cottages and a 17th century farmhouse.

All of our extensive leisure facilities, including the swimming pool, fitness room, horse riding and tennis, can be enjoyed whichever property you choose.

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Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 13
Unit Type: Cottages/Chalets
Nearest Major Town: Alnwick
Distance: 3 miles
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Gardens for Guest Use
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Swimming Pool
Dogs/Pets Welcome - Most cottages
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Central Heating
Linen Provided
Washing Machine

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