Wild Goose In Bamburgh

Bamburgh, Northumberland, Seaside village

Historic Bamburgh Apartment Looking out to Sea

Taking its name from the history of West House, Wild Goose has been aptly named from when West House ran as the Wild Goose Hotel in the 1930’s, before being converted into a collection of exclusive apartments looking out over the fields to sea, Lindisfarne and Budle Bay.

Wild Goose has all the character of a grand village home, set within this fabulous Edwardian home with tall ceilings and quirky features, this deceptively spacious first-floor apartment has uninterrupted views of the coastline and is just a short, 5 minute stroll into the centre of Bamburgh, passing the Grace Darling museum on the way.

Sleeping up to 4 guests, this gorgeous grand apartment is romantic just for 2 and ideal for couples holidaying together or a young family. 1 small-medium dog is very welcome too, as there’s an enclosed, shared garden to the rear and plenty of walks from your doorstep.