Great place to stay. Hosts were incredible—they couldn’t do enough for us. The area was beautiful and having the bnb as a base camp was brilliant. Thank you so much.
We had a lovely stay at Georgie’s. I decided to bring my 4 year old and 8 month old on a last minute trip and despite us booking the same morning as we arrived Georgie and Simon were very welcoming. They were amazing in making the visit memorable to my 4 year old who had a great time playing with their son. The farm is beautiful, very clean house, high standard room and great breakfast.
Really warm and welcoming family and a lovely home too!
We enjoyed our one night stay at Georgie's place. Our room was spacious, warm and clean. The bed was extremely comfortable. We slept really well. Our hosts were friendly and welcoming and offered some handy tips on local places to go for an evening meal. The house is set amongst beautiful rolling countryside so it's perfect for anyone looking for a peaceful rural escape.
A brilliant B&B in a very interesting area of the country, lovely hosts and and a great location (on a farm!). Would definitely recommend
A short but warm stay with a beautiful family. Their kindness was unparalleled! Thanks again for letting us stay in your wonderful home.
Georgie and Simon are lovely hosts, offering information and help whenever required. Their farm is set in beautiful surroundings which is very tranquil and refreshing. A lovely option for a weekend away out of the city.
Really lovely and friendly family farmhouse. Large comfortable room in peaceful surroundings. Wish I had more time to stay and explore.
We had a lovely, last minute night away at the farm and Simon and Georgie were very helpful with suggestions about where to go and good places to eat etc. We even had delicious home made macaroons! A very nice stay. Thank you.
Lying on the Anglo-Scottish border, Northumberland has been the site of a number of battles. The county is noted for its undeveloped landscape of high moorland, now largely protected as the Northumberland National Park.
Northumberland is the most sparsely populated county in England, with only 62 people per square kilometre
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Ravenscleugh is thought to the birthplace of Capability Brown and on the farm you can find the site of a Medieval Village, Roman Forts, and the campsite for the English prior the Battle of Otterburn. You can hear curlew from your bedroom windows and spot otters in the swimming lakes.