The Hemmel ( sleeps 6 )
The Hemmel is a luxury self-catering holiday cottage on the edge of Northumberland National Park, near Alnwick, Cragside, Hadrian's Wall and Rothbury, as well as Bamburgh, Craster and
Seahouses on Northumberland's Heritage Coast.
Created from the original hemmel, meaning 'cattle shed', The Hemmel no longer houses cattle and has become the epitome of comfort, tranquility and style. With disabled access, this
one-level holiday cottage is especially suitable for less able guests seeking self-catering accommodation in Northumberland.
Accommodation in The Hemmel
- Large welcoming entrance hall with storage cupboard.
- Large open-plan living, dining and kitchen area with full height ceiling, exposed roof timbers and French doors leading to a courtyard terrace.
- The living / dining area is filled with leather sofas, a huge oak sideboard with matching dining table, a contemporary log-burning stove, and a flat-screen television with Freeview, DVD player and
- Free Wi-Fi is available in part of this cottage for use with your own smart phone, tablet or laptop, but not throughout.
- The well equipped oak kitchen area has an integrated stainless steel hob, oven and chimney hood, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge with ice compartment, and microwave.
- Tucked away at the end of The Hemmel is the master bedroom with an en-suite, south-facing window, king-size solid oak bed and matching oak furniture.
- Accessed from the entrance hall is a double bedroom and a twin bedroom. The double bedroom has a king-size bed that can be split into two 2ft 6in singles if preferred.
- Next to the twin bedrooms is an easily accessible bright family bathroom with electric shower and glazed shower screen over the bath.
- Enclosed lawned front garden with a terrace leading off the living room with outside furniture to seat six guests.