Middleton Country House

sleeps 24 24
10 bedrooms 10
10 bathrooms 10
no dogs allowed
family friendly
5 star5 star5 star5 star5 star

Large Country House with open fire,

Please note that this property only accepts holidays that start on a Monday or a Friday, thank you. Belford 1.5 miles. The magic of Middleton Hall enchants you from the moment you enter the grounds; as you weave your way through woodland, nothing quite prepares you for the sight of this breathtaking 17th century mansion, nestling amongst the trees near Belford in the heart of the Northumberland countryside. Middleton Hall, a Grade II listed, stone-built mansion, has been lovingly converted back to its former glory by the current owners, and is the perfect destination for large groups of families or friends wishing to enjoy time together in one of the most beautiful parts of the country. The stone balustrade steps lead to an impressive entrance porch, opening into the Great Hall, where deep comfortable sofas, high ornate ceilings and a roaring open fire welcome you to this very special luxury holiday home. To the right of the entrance hall at this Belford holiday home is a magnificent dining room with Italian open fireplace, views over the lake and gardens, and a table which comfortably seats 24. To the left, a beautiful, hand-carved oak staircase leads to the first floor. There, you will find an assortment of comfortable seating areas to either nestle down quietly with a book, or gather together and exchange tales of the day?s activities; choose from the gallery snug, the ground floor light and airy orangery or the sumptuous formal drawing room, which has its own adjacent small, well-equipped kitchen. From the ground floor, the staircase leads up to seven spacious king-size bedrooms with panoramic views and en-suites, a double bedroom with adjacent bathroom, and two twin rooms with en-suite facilities, plus four handy day beds can also be used within these rooms. On the ground floor at this holiday home near Belford is a seating area, a perfect spot for rainy days, and also on this floor is a large, well-equipped kitchen serving the dining room, which has everything you could need for a house party; catering is fully flexible, either self-cater or contact the owners who can organise staff to cater for your every need, plus three cloakrooms complete the fabulous interior of this grand Belford holiday home. The delightful grounds of Middleton Hall are there for guests to enjoy. French doors from the orangery lead to a terrace, tailor-made for sunny days relaxing and sipping something bubbly. Or for the more adventurous, stick on a pair of wellies and explore the glorious grounds, with woodland walks and boating lakes, which are there for your enjoyment. In the unlikely event you ever wish to leave Middleton Hall, there is plenty to see and do on your doorstep; the whole of the Heritage Coast is tantalisingly close, with castles and beaches galore. This truly is a very special Belford holiday home for that long-awaited Northumberland break. Note: This property is attached to Ref. 923082 and is in the same grounds as Ref. 903956, together they sleep 36.

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internet access tv / dvd games room

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microwave dishwasher freezer laundry facilities
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bath ensuite shower  towels

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Central heating open fire parking garden patio Historic propertyWelcome pack

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families

Family friendly features:

Family Friendly CotHigh Chair

Dog friendly features:

no dogs

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Location:

Belford, Northumberland
Nearest city: Bamburgh 6 mile(s)

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Description

The Hall is a very special property, set in stunning grounds near Belford in Northumberland. With ten bedrooms, most with en-suites, a selection of sumptuous sitting areas with open fires, a formal dining room complemented by two kitchens, a games room and elegant orangery, this is a superb base for all the family to get together for that special occasion. Outside, The Hall offers ample off road parking, along with a terrace with furniture and BBQ, and use of the grounds with lawns, woodland and lakes. A wonderful memorable retreat.Please note this property only accepts holidays from a Friday to Monday or a Monday to Friday. Please note: property is suitable for a maximum of 20 adults and 4 children.

Belford is an ancient village, having been in existence since before medieval times. The centre of the village is the market square with its cross dating back around 300 years. Today it is a quiet village which gives visitors easy access to the Northumberland Coast, the Cheviot Hills and the Scottish Borders. Belford itself has a variety of smaller interesting shops, as well as the usual shops and facilities available in a large village. During the month of August, a continental market takes place in the centre of the village and gives it a real carnival atmosphere. Overlooked by the magnificent 18th century Belford Hall and only a few minutes walk from the centre of the village is Belford Golf Club, a 9-hole golf course which features a driving range, motorised cart hire and excellent bar facilities.

Over three floors. Ten bedrooms: 2 x four poster king-size double with en-suite bath, separate shower, basin and WC, 5 x king-size double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 2 x twin with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Three ground floor basin and WC. Catering kitchen with adjoining pantry and washing room. Small catering kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Drawing room with open fire. Lower ground floor entrance hall with seating area and open fire. First floor galleried landing with seating area and open fire. Large orangery with French doors to terrace.

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Fishing availableWalking

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More about luxury holidays in Northumberland

This is England’s most northern county, a magical place with some of the great aspects of both Scotland and England. The county is filled with ancient castles, beautiful beaches, rugged moorland and pretty quaint English villages and towns. You will also discover rolling hills and huge stretches of outstanding landscape and scenery, perfect for any enthusiastic walkers or cyclists. Also perfect for horse riding, golfing and also many water sports. Wildlife is also in abundance here and bird watching and other wildlife watching is a popular pastime. Take a boat trip out to the Farne Islands and enjoy watching hundreds of seals basking on the rocky shores. You can also spot otters, badgers, deer and much more in varied areas of Northumberland.  If you’re feeling less active and would rather take in the sights then Northumberland also has a vast array of stately homes and historic buildings for you to investigate as well as world-class castles and forts. One of the most interesting has to be Hadrian’s Wall, an iconic English heritage site that snakes for 73 miles through the Northumberland countryside. With such a large iconic landmark just waiting to be investigated why not bring along your furry friend and enjoy the walk together with a Luxury Pet-friendly cottage to return too. 

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