An elegant Edwardian guest house open all year round and with views of the Cheviots, The Estate House in the centre of Ford village sits within its own beautiful one acre garden, and is the perfect rural retreat on the edge of the Northumberland National Park. Surrounded by the many attractions of the Ford and Etal Estate, we're perfect for activity holidays with fishing, walking, cycling, gliding and horse riding all easily accessed nearby. Secure garage bike storage is available on-site, and Bamburgh, Holy Island, the Cheviot Hills and the Scottish Border towns are all within easy reach.
Our four spacious rooms include double and twin en-suites Heron, Joicey and Waterford named after former family owners of the house. Our large Jubilee family room sleeping four with private bathroom is named after Queen Elizabeth II’s jubilee year. Joicey is a twin (or double) room with views towards the garden and Cheviots, named after the Joicey family, owners since 1907. Waterford is a double room with views towards the Lady Waterford Memorial Fountain. Acclaimed artist Lady Waterford is heralded as the creator of Ford village as it is today. The Heron Room can be either a twin or double, and overlooks the village green. Heron is named after the family owners of the house at the time of the Battle of Flodden - the Flodden battlefield site is just a short drive from Ford village!
Guest rooms include en-suite or private bathroom facilities, colour TVs with Freeview, a refreshment tray with fresh milk, clock/ radio and a hairdryer. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement. The Estate House is fully licensed and a delicious varied breakfast menu featuring locally sourced, organic and home grown produce where possible is included in your stay. Optional evening meals and packed lunches are available on request. The guest house is non-smoking throughout, with free WiFi and a guest lounge with open fire, comfy seating and Sky TV. Ample parking is on-site.
Idyllic rural setting perfect for exploring the Northumberland National Park, Heritage Coast and Scottish Borders. Pets welcome by arrangement. Large family room. One acre garden. Locally sourced food, evening meals, packed lunches and fully licensed. On-site bike storage and parking. Ideal activity break - we're situated alongside Cycle Route 68 and midway between the A697 and the A1.