Bed &Breakfast, Wooler, Northumberland, North East England
Bridgend Farm is a beautifully appointed historic, stone farmhouse originally built in part in 17th century with later Georgian and Victorian additions. Ideal for large groups, it has six bedrooms for up to 12 guests.
Wooler is situated at the foot of the Cheviot Hills, and is set within stunning surroundings. You will be spoilt for choice whatever the weather - fabulous beaches at Bamburgh, stunning landscapes and castles are awaiting you. Wooler is a quaint unspoilt, historic market town with some lovely unique shops within walking distance of Bridgend Farm, and enjoys close proximity to beautiful riverside walks along the riverbank and parks. A short drive takes you to Alnwick with its castle and gardens, as well as the famous Cragside Estate built by Lord Armstrong.
Former owners of LINHOPE HOUSE guest house in Rothbury, Northumberland
- was 5 star Gold award and ranked No1 B&B in Northumberland on Trip Advisor.