Located in Northumberland, just a short stroll from the castle and coast, is Hill Head in Bamburgh. Hill Head sleeps 10 people in 5 bedrooms, and makes a nice holiday cottage to share a holiday with friends and family.
Located in Bamburgh, you'll find the nearest pub, restaurant and shop all about 100 yards from Hill Head - so an easy walk for an evening meal; or a quick drink. Bamburgh Castle and the Heritage Coast are a short walk from the holiday cottage too.
Alnwick Castle is well worth a day out, and has become famous for being the setting of the Harry Potter films. Or take a boat trip from Seahouses to visit the bird sanctuary at the Farne Islands.
There are 5 bedrooms at Hill Head, made up of 3 doubles, a twin and a bunk bedroom. Which means that Hill Head sleeps 10 people. Pets are allowed to holiday with your at Hill Head.
There is a a real fire in the living room and dining room. With central heating also available. Your towels and bed linen are included too. You have a TV, DVD player, iPod dock, Wi-Fi, range cooker, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and a dish washer.
The large patio has garden furniture and a barbeque. Car parking is available on the road.
Holidays at Hill Head start on a Friday.
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