Rebecca House at Warkworth
A Country-Style Townhouse with a Peaceful Decor
Antique French furniture and interesting artifacts, combined with a gorgeous palette of pastel shades and wonderful artwork combine to make Rebecca House in Warkworth a warm and cosy stylish cottage.
Located in the centre of the Conservation village of Warkworth, at the foot of magnificent Warkworth Castle, this beautiful cottage is just yards from the pretty riverside and less than a mile easy walk or drive to one of the best and largest sandy beaches in Northumberland; Warkworth Beach. The National Cycle route passes close by the house and there is secure storage available for bikes.
The village of Warkworth and it’s charming pubs, cafes, restaurants and shops can all be reached in less than 5 minutes’ on foot, yet the cottage is located in a quiet area of the village, meaning you have the best of both worlds. The cottage sleeps 6 guests in 3 bathrooms, making it perfect for couples, families and friends.
This versatile 3 storey cottage sleeps up to 6 in 2 double bedrooms and a twin bedroom with 3 bathrooms – ideal for a group of friends or a family. Rebecca House also welcomes up to 2 well-behaved dogs for a charge of £20 each and has free Wi-fi throughout the house.
Situated in the heart of the pretty and vibrant village of Warkworth, there are pubs, restaurants and shops within a few minutes walk from the cottage. Iconic Warkworth Castle is just 2 minutes walk and the huge sandy beach is a 15-20 minute easy walk too.
A bright and spacious lounge with a large bay window overlooking a small garden. A large, flat screen Smart TV with digital Freeview channels and ‘Netflix’ so you can log into your account. Contemporary Ruark hi-fi system with internet radio, Bluetooth and cable connection to your mobile devices, and a library of books, CD’s are provided, DVD can play via the PlayStation console. Electric ‘wood burning’ effect stove provides a lovely focal point but not needed for heat, as there is efficient central heating throughout the house. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the house and there is a PlayStation games console and games available upon request.
The hallway runs the length of the cottage from the front door to the back door and has Amtico wood-effect flooring throughout the hall and lounge. Just off the hallway is a cloakroom with a toilet and wash hand basin.
Comprehensively equipped with everything you require for self-catering, including a fridge/freezer, electric oven, gas hob, washing machine, microwave, dishwasher, toaster, cafetiere and Nespresso machine. A tumble dryer is housed in the garage. Dining table seating up to 6. There is also an ironing board and iron.
First Floor Double Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room
A spacious room with a double bed, wardrobe and drawers and an en suite shower room with WC, hand basin and walk-in double cubicle with power shower. Complimentary bathrobes for all adult guests available upon request. Clock radio.
First Floor Twin Bedroom
Two single beds and plenty of wardrobe space. Complimentary bathrobes for all adult guests available upon request. Clock radio.
The family bathroom is next door to the twin bedroom and has a bath only with WC and hand basin. Complimentary toiletries are provided too.
Second Floor King-size Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room
An attractive and spacious room with a king-size bed (5ft wide), plenty of wardrobe and drawer space and an en suite shower WC, hand basin and shower cubicle with power shower. Complimentary bathrobes available upon request for all adult guests. Clock radio.
Gardens and Parking
There is a small patio garden to the rear of Rebecca House which is enclosed with a pretty bench and table and chairs. Please note, the garden is now gravelled instead of lawned. There is private parking for one car in a allocated bay and parking at the front of the cottage too by the quiet roadside. For a 3rd car, you can park it down by the riverbank which is just a 50 yards walk away.
The Artists Cottage
Antique French furniture and artworks by the celebrated local artist Sue Fenlon, combined with a gorgeous pastel palatte combine to make this a warm and stylish cottage in the heart of the village.
Facts & Features
Up to 6 guests and 1 baby welcome.
Welcome hamper including luxury White Company toiletries, complimentary bathrobes for adults upon request and a bespoke Property and Area Guide. Free Wi-fi.
Two well-behaved dogs welcome for a small charge of £20 per holiday. Dog sitting services available. Booking conditions apply. Dogs must be at least 1 yr old, are not permitted on the furniture or beds or to be left unattended in the cottage.
There is a small, gravel, patio garden to the rear of Rebecca House which is enclosed with a pretty bench and cafe-style seating.
There is a BBQ provided at Rebecca House which is available all year round. There are utensils, and a starter pack of lighters and charcoal provided. Please ensure the BBQ is cleaned prior to your departure.
Accommodation on 3 floors; on the ground floor there is a cloakroom, dining kitchen and lounge; on the first floor there is the twin bedroom, 2nd double room and family bathroom; one the second floor there is the master room and en suite.
Arrivals & Departures
Arrival Day: Friday or Monday
Arrival Time: 4pm
Departure Time: 10am
Please be Aware
Wi-fi is provided in the cottage, however it cannot be guaranteed as it is provided by a third party, so it may go down at times or the speed not be as fast as you may be used to at home, which is outside of the cottage owner’s control. If wi-fi is essential for you – to keep in touch with work for instance – then we recommend that you bring your own mobile dongle as a backup in case of any connection issues, or be prepared to use local wi-fi hotspots such as pubs, cafe’s etc. if necessary.
One baby welcome. Travel cot, highchair and stair gate available upon request.
Two double bedrooms, 1 with a king-size bed (5ft wide) and one with a double size bed (4ft 6″ wide). One twin bedroom with 2 single beds (3ft wide). Hairdryers.
Synthetic pillows are provided on each bed. Duvets are a mix of feather and synthetic provided on each bed.
One bathroom with a bath, WC and basin with heated towel rail. Two further shower rooms with walk in shower, WC and basin. Towels and complimentary luxury toiletries by The White Company.
Fridge, freezer (located in the garage), electric oven and gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, cafetiere and Nespresso machine. Washing machine, tumble dryer (located in the garage), iron, ironing board and vacuum. Hairdryer, books, music and films. Secure bike storage in the garage.
Smart TV in the lounge with Freeview, PlayStation which can be linked to the TV to be a DVD player, Hi-Fi, free unlimited Wi-fi.
There is private parking for one car in a allocated bay and further parking at the front of the cottage on the very quiet roadside. A third car may be parked just a few yards away in a public bay.
Virtual Tour & Floorplan
Click to take a virtual tour around Rebecca House. The floor plan can be clicked to enlarge it, it’s not perfectly to scale but provided to give you an idea of the layout. Please call, email or contact us via our LiveChat facility if you have any queries.
Map & Local Area
Rebecca House is perfectly positioned in a quiet residential area in Warkworth with little passing traffic, yet within yards of the main street of the village, with its good choice of restaurants, Northumbrian pubs and cafes.
The walk to the beach is very pretty along the riverbank and will take about 15 minutes on foot. The nearest pub is The Sun Inn, which has a steakhouse restaurant, just 200 yards around the corner. The magnificent castle towers above you which is great to visit, especially with children. To read more about where to visit, what to do and places to each in Warkworth, click here.
Walking to the fishing port of Amble is very easy from Rebecca House, it’s just a mile easy stroll alongside the beautiful Coquet Estuary. Here you will find the local harbour market on a Sunday, as well as a fantastic selection of great little seafood and tapas restaurants and bistro’s, as well as the award-winning Spurelli’s ice cream and coffee parlour.
To find out the distance from your own home to Rebecca House, how long it will take to drive there and other options for alternative transport, click here: Rebecca House on Googlemaps and enter your home postcode in the box provided.
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Tips from a local
Visit Warkworth Castle. This impressive and well preserved medieval ruin sits in the centre of the village and dates back to the 1100’s, and is now looked after by English Heritage. Once home to the Percy family who currently reside in Alnwick Castle, the history of the castle and village is fascinating, and with its spiral staircases, towers and lawned grounds to explore, the castle provides an excellent afternoon out for all the family, just a 2 minute walk from the cottage.
Tips from a local
Take a walk along the estuary to Amble Fishing Town. Just over a mile easy stroll from Warkworth, Amble offers stunning coastal scenery around the marina, harbour and pier. A browse around the pods in the Harbour Village are a great way to spend an afternoon, visiting local artists and independent shops, with a stop off at The Fish Shack for a bite to eat in the authentic dining hut.
Tips from a local
Visit Bertrams in Warkworth. This cosy, welcoming and dog-friendly Bistro Cafe in the centre of the village is perfect for a hot chocolate by the fire through the winter months, or for a glass of wine out in the sun-trap patio garden. The menu is fantastic with all dishes made on site, or sourced locally.
Tips from a local
One of the world’s most contemporary gardens, The Alnwick Garden was built to break the rules. The Duchess of Northumberland embarked upon a creation of “A huge public garden of classic symmetry and astonishing beauty…” and today, The Garden is not only an inspiring landscape, but the Wirtz International design has combined unique features and spaces to encourage interaction, learning and play.
Martin and Angela
Owners of Rebecca House
We asked Martin and Angela what made them fall in love with Rebecca House:
“We were already regular visitors to Northumberland when we discovered and fell in love with Rebecca House. The cottage takes its name from a painting that hangs on the wall but it caught our attention because we were holidaying with our daughter, Rebecca, at the time. Since then we have come to appreciate its peaceful setting on the banks of the river, in the heart of the picturesque village of Warkworth, and the tranquil garden where we have spent many hours enjoying barbecues with the family on warm summer evenings.
Warkworth has so much to offer with a superb selection of friendly pubs and restaurants as well as its own little chocolate shop. We like nothing better than to start the day with a walk with the dogs along the beautiful unspoilt beach which stretches up to Alnmouth, with its own golf course.
Nearby Amble is a fabulous place for foodies with a superb selection of restaurants and independent shops, including an excellent butcher and fishmonger, all offering that characteristically warm Northumbrian welcome.
As soon as we stepped inside Rebecca House we knew we would be happy here and we certainly haven’t been disappointed. It has become our family retreat, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, where we can enjoy everything that this beautiful part of the country has to offer with all the comforts home.”
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