Located a short drive from the Northumbrian Coast, The Old Workshop is a holiday cottage which is ideally suited for a couple to get away from a few days. Sleeping 2 people in 1 bedroom, The Old Workshop can be found in the village of Rock, about 5 miles from Alnwick.
The nearest pub and restaurant is 2 mile from The Old Workshop, with the shop being 4 miles. You can visit the beaches along the Northumbrian Coast, with Newton-by-the-Sea and Embleton both being about 5 miles from The Old Workshop.
Alnwick is also 5 miles from The Old Workshop, and is famous for its castle. Seahouses is a short drive to the north, where you can hitch a ride to visit the Farne Islands, should you wish.
The Northumberland National Park is also close to The Old Workshop, and offers a whole host of outdoor pursuits.
The Old Workshop has one bedroom, which means this cottage sleeps 2 people. Pets are allowed to holiday with you too.
You have a TV, Wi-Fi, cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and dish washer. The Old Workshop has underfloor heating, with your towels and bed linen included.
Outside The Old Workshop has a lawned garden and patio area with furniture.
Holidays at The Old Workshop start on a Friday, with short breaks also being allowed.
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