The Georgian farmhouse dates back to the 16th Century – with mellow stone walls and pretty ivy that turns scarlet in the Autumn. The gardens contain a beautiful Victorian glasshouse with apricot trees and peach trees. The walled garden has many cherry and almond trees with a pergola of white scented roses and jasmine. Upstairs the bedrooms are beautifully appointed with the characterful period features. The master suite also boasts a generous deck leading off it with fabulous views across the Northumbrian countryside.
The living space is expansive with two reception rooms, a dining room with stunning inglenook fireplace and a music room complete with piano and drums. The piece de resistance however is the large breakfasting kitchen for everyone to gather and prepare celebratory meals. The Manor house sleeps 12.