The Old Coach House At Warkworth

Warkworth, Northumberland, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

The Old Coach House is located at the end of a row of stone terraced cottages at the edge of Warkworth village. Whilst there is no designated parking or garden space at The Old Coach House, the riverbank is less than 200 yards away where there is ample free parking and a lovely riverside walk. Although there is no designated parking area you can park in front of the cottage on the main street to unload your bags.

Downstairs Description

Enter into a small welcoming hallway with practical seating, coat hooks and umbrella storage, providing an ideal area in which to store muddy boots and wet coats. The split-level staircase takes you to the first-floor accommodation.

The lovely, well-equipped kitchen features appliances, such as an under-the-counter fridge with icebox. There is no washing machine at this property.

The spacious, bright lounge has dual-aspect windows, a vaulted ceiling and a feature fireplace with an over-mantel mirror which provides a lovely focal point in the room.

The gorgeous main bedroom has dual aspect windows and contains a king-size four-poster bed (5ft wide).

Second Bedroom A beautiful room containing a single bed,

The family bathroom contains a rainfall shower head over a full-size bath and has a separate shower attachment.

Romantic Hideaway
Tourist Attractions:
  • Coquet Island: Throbbing with birds, some 35,000 seabirds cram onto this tiny island to nest during the summer months. This birdlife haven holds 90% of the UK’s roseate tern population – one of the country’s rarest nesting seabirds. Visit website
  • Wallington Hall : Leave the bustle of the courtyard behind and explore the wonderful 18th-century pleasure ground waiting for you in the wood. Visit website
  • Alnwick Town: Alnwick Town is also well worth a days visit- voted the Best Place to live in Britain - best for beauty, for community, for affordability and quality of life” according to a nation wide survey carried out by Country Life Magazine 31st October 2002. Visit website
  • Alnwick Garden And Fabulous Alnwick Garden Treehouse,: The Alnwick Garden, home to one of the worlds largest wooden tree houses and the Poison Garden. A perfect family day out in Northumberland. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Masons Arms: The Masons Arms is a warm inviting local pub in the heart of the Village of Warkworth, with scrumptious Food Menu Visit website
  • The Castle Brew House: Serving fantastic homemade food daily 12-9 including traditional Sunday lunches on Sundays. We have a good selection of premium spirits, 8 hand pulls for a variety of real ales including our own VIP Brewery beers and local guest products to be sampled! Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Co-op: In Amble Visit website
  • Sainsbury's: In Alnwick and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Northside Surf School: Offering beach surf lessons to all ages and abilities. We offer more than just surfing tuition, we provide stand-up-paddle-boarding individual and group lessons along with surfing lessons Visit website
  • Pedal Power Cycling: At Pedal-Power we provide a bespoke cycle service throughout the North of England for all abilities. We provide a range of services from baggage transfers and cycle hire, C2C cycling to vehicle transfers, as well as offering exciting UK Cycling Holidays, including the C2C cycle route and the new Sandstone Way route. Visit website
  • Warkworth Golf Course : Northumberland's hidden gem of a golf course Visit website