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Magnolia in Springtime

Magnolia in Springtime

Living room

Living room

Living room

Living room

Living room

Living room

Kitchen

Kitchen

Dining area

Dining area

En suite bathroom

En suite bathroom

Harehope Moor from Beanley Bank

Harehope Moor from Beanley Bank

Mill Cottage in March

Mill Cottage in March

The Eglingham Burn

The Eglingham Burn

The Eglingham Burn

The Eglingham Burn

Bedroom

Bedroom

Mill Cottage - Bedroom

Mill Cottage - Bedroom

The Cheviot

The Cheviot

One of several seating areas

One of several seating areas

Full bloom

Full bloom

Hawthorn in the Snow

Hawthorn in the Snow

From Tarry in the Snow

From Tarry in the Snow

Garden

Garden

Garden

Garden

Magnolia in Springtime

Magnolia in Springtime

Living room

Living room

Living room

Living room

Living room

Living room

Kitchen

Kitchen

Dining area

Dining area

En suite bathroom

En suite bathroom

Harehope Moor from Beanley Bank

Harehope Moor from Beanley Bank

Mill Cottage in March

Mill Cottage in March

The Eglingham Burn

The Eglingham Burn

The Eglingham Burn

The Eglingham Burn

Bedroom

Bedroom

Mill Cottage - Bedroom

Mill Cottage - Bedroom

The Cheviot

The Cheviot

One of several seating areas

One of several seating areas

Full bloom

Full bloom

Hawthorn in the Snow

Hawthorn in the Snow

From Tarry in the Snow

From Tarry in the Snow

Garden

Garden

Garden

Garden

Mill Cottage

Northumberland, NE66 2TX

Romantic holiday cottage for two

  • Charming beautifully equipped cottage
  • Sky TV and WiFi
  • Great location
  • A cock-stride from a great local pub
  • Lovely gardens and river frontage
  • Fabulous Cheviot and coastal scenery
    • Sleeps 2Sleeps 2
    • Bedrooms 1Bedrooms 1
    • Bathrooms 1Bathrooms 1
    • Dog Free Cottage Dog Free Cottage
    • Dines 6Dines 6
    • Owners/Manager onsiteOwners/Manager onsite
    • WiFiWiFi
    • Dedicated ParkingDedicated Parking
    • Real fireReal fire
    • VisitEngland 5 star
    • VisitEngland Gold award for excellence

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Features

Sleeps 2

Sleeps 2

Bedrooms 1

Bedrooms 1

Dines 6

Dines 6

All Ensuite

All Ensuite

Matched bathrooms

Matched bathrooms

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Cottage

Owners/Manager onsite

Owners/Manager onsite

WiFi

WiFi

Dedicated Parking

Dedicated Parking

Real fire

Real fire

Walkable pub

Walkable pub

National Trail within 10 miles

National Trail within 10 miles

About & Contact

Romantic holiday cottage for two

Mill Cottage is a 5* Gold romantic bolthole for two, situated in the charming village of Eglingham in Northumberland.

This luxury holiday cottage offers a spacious living room, with a cosy log burner and Sky television; a fabulous bespoke Mowlem dining/kitchen featuring a Rangemaster cooker, and a dining table and chairs for six. On the first floor, there's a delightful bedroom with an en suite bathroom and shower. Plus central heating, supplemented by heated kitchen and bathroom floors.

This luxurious cosy retreat sits in colourful landscaped gardens that lead down to the Eglingham Burn - an area of abundant wildlife. There's also a secluded dining terrace where you can relax and admire views of the river. The Cheviot Hills, Northumberland National Park, and Northumberland Heritage Coast are all in easy reach. Castles and stately homes in the surrounding area include Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Bamburgh Castle, Chillingham Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle, Howick Hall, Wallington Hall and Warkworth Castle.

WiFi for use with your own smartphone, tablet or laptop and private off-street parking.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Member since 2016

Tel:+44 (0)1665 578876

www.eglinghamcottages.co.uk

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Mill Cottage
Northumberland, NE66 2TX

Location & Attractions

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  • Castle Castle
  • Gardens Gardens
  • Heritage Heritage
  • Walks Walks

Mill Cottage

22 The Village
Eglingham
Northumberland
NE66 2TX

Castle Dunstanburgh Castle

Perhaps the most dramatic if most ruined of Northumberland's coastal castles - well worth a trip, combined with a bite to eat at the Jolly Fisherman in picturesque Craster.

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Castle Bamburgh Castle

'The King of Castles' & another Lord Armstrong achievement! It stands on a fabulous stretch of beach & within the eponymous & extremely picturesque village.

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Heritage Ford & Etal

The home of the Joicey family & a lovely "neck of the woods" - various attractions & Ford itself is charming.

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Heritage Flodden Field

James IV of Scotland, most of his nobles & 10,000 of his countrymen met their ends here on 9th September 1513 at the hands of sassenach, the Earl of Surrey.

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Walks The Northumberland National Park

Eglingham is on the edge of the Cheviots, part of the stunning Northumberland National Park - scenery to put the Lake District in the shade - & no queues, either!

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Gardens Howick Hall

Home of the Grey family - specifically, Earl Grey, though most of the interior of the house is inaccessible to the public, the gardens are delightful & largely managed by volunteers.

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Gardens Alnwick Gardens

Fabulous gardens created by the present Duchess of Northumberland & adjacent to Alnwick Castle & Hulne Park. Between them, these attractions offer two or three days of entertainment!

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Castle Walkworth Castle & Hermitage

Impressive & delightful ruined castle set on a bend in the river Coquet with adjacent hermitage & within the pretty town of Walkworth - also near Amble & great beaches.

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Castle Chillingham Castle

12th, haunted Century Castle of great historic interest with famous wild cattle & lovely gardens

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Gardens Cragside

Close to nearby Rothbury, Cragside comprises a fascinating country house and magnificent grounds and gardens. It was the first house in the world to be lit using hydroelectric power.

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Meet the owner

Barbara Biesterfield