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Self-Catering in Hexham

Stables Cottage, Hexham, Northumberland

Stables Cottage
Coal Road
Gunnerton

Hexham
Northumberland

NE48 4EA | View map
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Situated in a quiet corner of Northumberland, this attractive accessible, private self-catering cottage is perfect for a country break. The stables cottage is a new built stone cottage (in the village of Gunnerton, Northumberland) standing on its own, with car parking and easy access to main road. It sleeps 4 consisting of double bedroom, twin bedroom, sun lounge and bathroom with a well equipped kitchen. The cottage is heated with central heating and there is a log burner for those cosy evenings. The bathroom has a large shower unit and basin. There is a patio area for eating outside or just to relax. Welcome basket provided with our compliments. There is no washing machine, but washing facilities could be provided if necessary by the proprietor. Linen and towels all provided.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. First basket of logs free, £2.50 per basket thereafter. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1500 and Check-Out time: 1000.

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