Country House Luxury Bed & Breakfast
A stay at Preston House B&B is a taste of country house living. Delicious breakfasts are served at individual tables in our delightful dining-room. Relax in comfort in the drawing-room with a warming wood burning stove that is lit on chilly evenings.
Luxuriate in our very generous bathrooms with Power Showers and huge baths, comfort height toilet and washbasin - all rooms are en-suite.
The bedrooms have full HD TVís, dressing-gowns and slippers, hospitality tray, hairdryer, radio alarm with i-pod /phone docking, wi-fi and broadband - all you should need for a perfect break! Your hosts will help you choose where to go and what to do in this stunning county.
We are just minutes from Low Newton and Beadnell beaches and Seahouses for boat trips to the Farne Islands, Craster (famous for kippers!) is where to go to walk to Dunstanburgh Castle dramatically set right on the coast! Bamburgh is within sight and a 15 minute drive away and the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and border town of Berwick upon Tweed are under an hour.
Alnwick with its castle and fabulous garden, as well as the amazing Barter Books, where you can spend a full day browsing the shelves and enjoying a light lunch before more browsing are all within a half-hours drive. Travel inland to walk in the Cheviot Hills and visit the small town of Wooler.
Cragside House and Rothbury deserve a visit too. There is so much to see and do from walking on the long deserted beaches to enjoying a musical extravaganza at the Sage in Gateshead!
Whatever you fancy, Northumberland has it all! If you simply want to curl up with a book by the fire or sit in the garden for a while listening to the birdsong, then that is what we can offer too! The main east coast railway line brings Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh within reach and it is easy to get to both by car.
There are eating places to suit most taste buds, but Deborah will prepare supper for guests on some evenings.
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This page was last updated: 24 May 2011