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⭐LUXURY⭐Alnwick town centre with private parking

OfurgestgjafiNorthumberland, England, Bretland
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Recently refurbished, “Church View” is a modern, surprisingly spacious and stylish house, located in the heart of the historic market town of Alnwick, it is ideally placed to explore the Northumbrian coastline or countryside. This immaculately presented house sits adjacent to the imposing St. Paul’s Church & enjoys spectacular views. The property has many AEG integral appliances and smart granite work surfaces. It also has a convenient downstairs toilet and an en-suite to the master bedroom too.

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Ground Floor:
Living/dining room: With gas fire and Freeview HDR 4K TV, DVD player and a selection of over 100 DVDs.
Kitchen: AEG double electric oven, AEG induction hob, Dualit toaster, Dualit kettle, microwave, fridge and dishwasher.
Utility room: With washing machine (detergent provided), a small freezer and a sink.
Conservatory (with dining table during summer months)
Separate toilet.

First Floor:
Bedroom 1: With a super-kingsize bed and walk-in en-suite with shower cubicle, sink and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bedroom 3: With single bed.
Bathroom: With bath, toilet and heated towel rail.

Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi (BT’s Fibre2) included. Travel cot, highchair and stair-gates available on request (guests are to provide their own cot bedding if required). Enclosed garden with garden furniture and outside tap. Indoor bike store. Electric car charging point at front of property. Private parking for 1 car directly outside of property, additional parking is free on Prudhoe Street. No smoking.

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I am from Northumberland. You might have heard of the place, or even been there: the glorious coastline is increasingly popular for holidays.

Often, the county is lumped into a bigger mass known as ‘the north-east’. Which I suppose makes a certain sense, given the basic geography and accents that – at least to outsiders – sound broadly similar.

Northumberland is a curious construction as a local authority area. It’s big by English standards and largely empty. There are 64 people for every square kilometre – the English average is 274.

That makes Northumberland almost the most sparsely populated bit of England.

Because empty hillsides, stone-built villages and postcard beaches are not all of Northumberland. Down in the south-east of the county is the Blyth Valley, where old mining towns Ashington and Blyth sprawl into each other, alongside Cramlington, a new town built around a village with Viking roots.

That south-east corner of Northumberland is different from the bit with the hills and sheep. The Northumberland of the Cheviot hills can feel closer to Scotland than ‘England’, a term that still sometimes makes me think of a sunny foreign country somewhere far to the south. There’s even a Northumbrian tartan, a natty confection in black and white and a flag, which might just be the oldest in Britain.

And don’t get me started on the whole Northumbria/Northumberland thing: some people still feel, not unreasonably, that ‘Northumberland’ is a bit of a modern imposition, though most just use the terms interchangeably.

Whatever you call it. Northumberland has had a fairly mild experience of the coronavirus. It’s had 1,851 cases, with 25 in the latest daily report. Its case rate is 574 per 100,000 people. The skew of the county’s population distribution means the bulk of those cases are in the south-east corner of the county. And the overall rate is still below the English rate of 580.

Down in Gateshead, 40 miles away on the south bank of the Tyne, the rate is 830. For Newcastle, it’s 689 and Sunderland, 835. (Middlesbrough is on 876 but is currently not facing Covid restrictions.)

In other words, Northumberland is different.

And yet, as things stand, Northumberland is subject to the same coronavirus restrictions as very different areas in the north-east. The people of those empty hillsides – yes, my family – will be told they cannot visit each other’s homes, because of the way the disease is spreading among people far away.

I know the county council is party to this local lockdown decision, and I understand the way the machinery of government works, which means there is little option but to cover rural Northumberland with the same blanket meant for the urban sprawl down towards the Tyne.

I also know this probably doesn’t matter too much: a lot of people up here will pay little attention to rules dreamt up by people to the south of them. The mountains are high and the emperor is far away, as they say elsewhere. But for some, me included, there is a mild irritation at the crude lumping together of places with few relevant common features. I suspect this will simply reinforce north Northumberland’s sense of distance from the authorities that supposedly oversee it. Thanks for reading, now here’s the interesting bit....

“Church View” sits back from the hustle and bustle of the town centre and has the benefit of a large private parking space to the front of the property, yet there is a wide selection of amenities all within a gentle stroll. There is an array of independent shops and a variety of pubs available within walking distance. Golf is also available less than a mile away. Close by is Alnwick Castle, home to the Duke of Northumberland (and film location for Harry Potter’s Hogwarts!) and the spectacular grounds of Alnwick Gardens with the world’s largest tree house are some of the popular visitor attractions. Head west towards the picturesque small town of Rothbury which nestles at the foot of the heather capped Cheviot Hills. Or travel east towards the coastline and explore the stunning 20-mile stretch of Heritage coastline designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. All this makes Church View a great choice for families and friends alike. Beach 3¾ miles. Shops, pubs and restaurants 300 yards. **Please note that from the end of April to the end of August bookings are usually for a minimum of 7 nights.

I offer a 20% discount on stays of 7 nights or more.

Please send me a message to see if I have any special offers available.
Recently refurbished, “Church View” is a modern, surprisingly spacious and stylish house, located in the heart of the historic market town of Alnwick, it is ideally placed to explore the Northumbrian coastline or countryside. This immaculately presented house sits adjacent to the imposing St. Paul’s Church & enjoys spectacular views. The property has many AEG integral appliances and smart granite work surfaces. It also has a convenient downstairs toilet and an en-suite to the master bedroom too.

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Ground Floor:
Living/dining room: With gas fire and Freeview HDR 4K TV, DVD player and a selection of over 100 DVDs.
Kitchen: AEG double electric oven, AEG induction hob, Dualit toaster, Dualit kettle, microwave, fridge and dishwasher.
Utility room: With washing machine (detergent provided), a small freezer and a sink.
Conservatory (with dining table during summer months)
Separate toilet.

First Floor:
Bedroom 1: With a super-kingsize bed and walk-in en-suite with shower cubicle, sink and toilet.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bedroom 3: With single bed.
Bathroom: With bath, toilet and heated towel rail.

Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, t…

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Svefnherbergi 1
1 rúm í king-stærð
Svefnherbergi 2
2 einbreið rúm
Svefnherbergi 3
1 einbreitt rúm

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Once you have parked your car at Church View you are within walking distance to the Alnwick Garden, Alnwick Castle, The Treehouse (the largest in the world) and Barter Books. In fact, it is quicker to walk into Alnwick town centre than to drive (I’ve tested it)! Come and explore the magical history tour that is Northumberland: home to dramatic castles, offshore islands with puffins and seals, and the spectacular Holy Island.
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Gestgjafi: Lisa

Skráði sig júlí 2016
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I am an easy going Mum of 2 children, and wife to my husband Graham who Co-hosts with me. I enjoy going out for walks to watch the sun rise, spending time with the family exploring the local areas, and sometimes just heading down to the beach with ‘Baxter’ our cockapoo.
I am an easy going Mum of 2 children, and wife to my husband Graham who Co-hosts with me. I enjoy going out for walks to watch the sun rise, spending time with the family exploring…
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