5 things we love about Rosebud

Coastal Retreats Blog 25 September 2018

1. Its views of Northumberland National Park by day and starry skies at night. Rosebud is at the edge of Northumberland’s dark sky park which means it is one of the best places in the UK for astronomy and a chance of seeing the Northern Lights, particularly in the winter months.

Views of Northumberland National Park from Rosebud

2. The fact that it has excellent views without compromising on heat and luxury. There’s a wood burning stove in the lounge if you don’t fancy venturing out into either of the two gardens to see those night skys, its all top notch facilities in the kitchen from a Smeg fridge to a Nespresso coffee machine and there’s bathrobes and slippers for guests staying in the master bedroom.

Rosebud's Nespresso coffee machine

The woodburning stove at Rosebud

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Gastro pub The Percy Arms is nearby for pub classics, made even more sumptuous by the fact that Coastal Retreats guests receive 15% off their meal.

The Percy Arms, Chatton

4. It is a perfect hideout for couples (with an equally lovely twin room as well if you have to bring the kids) when you are in need of some recuperation.

The master and twin bedrooms at Rosebud

5. Its country situ while still only being 15-20 minutes drive from the coast. If you’re up to the challenge you can join the popular St Cuthbert’s Way walk from Rosebud and walk all the way out to Holy Island.

The St Cuthbert's Way walk is situated near Rosebud
 Rosebud sleeps four and is part of the original farm steading of Hetton Hall, near the villages of Chatton and Belford. Prices from £505.

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