Weekly prices from £406 for 2 people up to £833 for 8 people. Short breaks from £251 (2 people) to £517 (8 people).
Burradon Farm Houses & Cottages in Northumberland are a collection of 4 and 5 Star barn conversions sleeping 2 to 8, set within a 400 acre working farm. The properties are spread around a courtyard opposite the magnificent 14th Century Pele Tower and Farm House and each includes designated parking and a well kept garden area. There are beautiful views across surrounding fields and eastwards towards the sea, and the setting is wonderfully peaceful. One well trained dog is welcome in each property for a small extra fee and facilities include free unlimited superfast WiFi. The farm offers a rural holiday base within easy reach of attractions in Newcastle Gateshead, Whitley Bay and Northumberland.
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 holiday or short break in the North East.
Houses and Cottages sleeping 2 to 8 include:-
Arrival is from 2pm onwards (if you are expecting your arrival time to be between 2pm and 3pm please call at Reception to collect the keys).
Contract us direct for up-to-date availability and pricing. Minimum stay is 3 nights.
A choice of public footpaths and cycle ways are direct from the farm and Burradon village with shops, pubs and a post office is only a 10 minute stroll away.
Burradon Farm is a perfect base for exploring Tyne & Wear and the Northumberland coast and countryside. The Northumberland Heritage Coast is only a few miles away, and you're only a few miles from Newcastle Gateshead attractions including many museums, art galleries, shopping quarters, restaurants and the football stadium.
The International Ferry Terminal and Newcastle International Airport are within 10 miles and properties are just minutes from the A19. The A1 is within 4 miles making it easy to push out and explore the wider North East area.
Popular tourist attractions just a short distance away include Alnwick Castle, the Beamish Open Air Museum, Hadrian's Wall and Holy Island.
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.
The farm is easily found - here are some basic directions from the main routes in the North East.
By Public Transport (Newcastle Central Station) - Take the Metro Train to Four Lane Ends Metro Station and then Bus (Nos 366 or 365) to Cheviot Grange, Burradon. Walk eastwards (away from village) along Burradon Farm Road to the farmhouse on the right hand side (6 minute walk).
From the Tyne Tunnel / A19 - Travel north to Moor Farm roundabout and take the first left (A189) south for 1/2 mile to the next roundabout. Take the second left - B1505 signed to Burradon. Travel 1/3 mile uphill and take the first left into Burradon Farm Road to the farm house on righthand 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 uphill and take the first left into Burradon Farm Road to the farmhouse on the righthand side.