Are you looking for a relaxing short break in Northumberland? Look no further than Burradon Farm Houses and Cottages for excellence as standard. We are a working farm with over 400 acres of land, with the 14th Century Pele Tower a magnificent centrepiece. All the original farm buildings have been converted into luxury holiday accommodation to suit a full range of requirements. Sleeping up to 8 people, whatever the size of your party we can provide self catering accommodation to exceed your expectations.
Whether you are looking for modern and contemporary designs or traditional character features, you will find the accommodation provides the perfect blend of old and new to create an idyllic setting for your cottage short break in the North East. The bedrooms are airy and comfortable, the kitchens are well equipped and spacious and the lounges are very relaxing and well appointed with everything you might need on your holiday.
Please note the prices quoted are for the cheapest rate for that occupancy type. Please contact us for accurate prices for your holiday or check the website. Perfectly located just a few miles from the wild Northumbrian coastline, and close to vast expanses of stunning countryside, you can fully recharge your batteries with a cottage holiday with Burradon Farm Houses and Cottages. For entertainment, history and culture which is second to none, the complex is close enough to Newcastle-upon-Tyne to give excellent convenience, but far enough away to escape the hustle and bustle.
WIFI connections are available in the properties, as well as a TV, DVD and stereo for your entertainment during your stay. The prices are fully inclusive of gas and electricity, and towels and bedding are provided. Cots, high chairs and spare beds are available on request, and a well behaved dog is permitted with an additional surcharge of £20 to cover the cost of additional cleaning.
Please complete booking enquiry form to check availability. Minimum stay requirement 3 nights.
We`re perfectly located for access by various modes of transport whether be by car, train, bus or plane. The farm is about 5 miles north of Newcastle inbetween the A1 and the A19 nestled on top of a hill with views of the sea and the Cheviot mountain range. If you need directions then please feel free to give us a call or for those with SatNav our postcode is NE23 7nd. It's not difficult to find but here are some basic directions from the main routes in the North East. By Public Transport (Newcastle Central Station) - Take metro train to Four Lane Ends metro station and then Bus (No's 366 or 365) to Cheviot Grange, Burradon. Walk eastwards (away from village) along Burradon Farm Road to farm house on right hand side (6 min walk). From Tyne Tunnel / A19 - Travel north to Moor Farm roundabout and take first left (A189) south for 1/2 mile to next roundabout. Take second left - B1505 signed to Burradon. Travel 1/3 mile up hill and take first left into Burradon Farm Road to farm house on right hand side. From Western Bypass / A1 - Travel north of Newcastle to A19 junction, then eastwards for 2 miles to Moor Farm roundabout. Take fourth exit - A189 south for 1/2 mile to next roundabout. Take second left - B1505 signed to Burradon. Travel 1/3 mile up hill and take first left into Burradon Farm Road to farm house on right hand side.