Robin’s Nest in Morpeth
Grand, Spacious Apartment at Newminster in Morpeth
Originally a part of the grand house next door, Newminster Abbey House, Robin’s nest is a first floor apartment that still retains the grandeur of the original 19th century stately home, with a contemporary yet homely feel. Located in a quiet area of Morpeth yet still within walking distance to the town centre, this newly renovated apartment is incredibly comfortable and very spacious for 4 guests.
Morpeth is a gorgeous up-market ancient market town with some gorgeous shops and quaint places to eat. With Deuker and Carlisle Park in the town centre you can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the river and stop for a drink at the good selection of pubs in the town.
Robin’s Nest is pet-free which is perfect for allergy sufferers.
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Robin’s Nest sleeps 4 guests very comfortably in this spacious apartment. There are 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom; one king size bedroom with a 5ft wide bed and 1 twin bedroom with 2 full-size single beds (3ft wide).
The dining kitchen is very spacious, as is the lounge. The lounge overlooks the front grounds of Newminster Abbey House through the huge original windows. There is private parking for 2 cars at Robin’s Nest but no outside space.
The apartment is a first floor apartment through a pretty shared entrance. Sorry, no pets permitted here.
As the apartment is on the first floor, entrance is into the shared hallway with the apartment downstairs. Still very grand with high ceilings, the stair case leads to the pretty stained-glass front door.
Once into the hallway, this is also very open and spacious. A lamp on the entrance console table offers a welcoming glow of soft light upon returning after a long day out.
The kitchen is very spacious and perfect for anyone who loves to cook. It contains all of the usual appliances such as a fridge/freezer, oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave, toaster and kettle. Washer/dryer, iron and ironing board. Robin’s Nest has all of the kitchen equipment you need to cook a full Sunday lunch to a light breakfast.
The dining table seats 4 guests very comfortably.
Alluding to it’s past as part of the Abbey House next door, the hugely tall ceilings and large windows make this gorgeous, homely room feel very grand. There are 2 large sofas as well as a gas open fire. There is a Smart TV with a DVD player, XBox with games and Bluetooth station with surround-sound speakers.
The master bedroom is very spacious with sliding mirrored wardrobes occupying the whole of one wall. The bed is king-size (5ft wide) and luxury linens, fluffy towels and a hair dryer are provided.
The fully tiled bathroom has a shower over the bath, wash hand basin and WC, as well as a heated towel rail. Luxury complimentary toiletries are provided.
The stairs from the hallway lead only to the twin bedroom upstairs. Please be aware part of the staircase leading from the bottom has no hand rail or banister.
Located in the eaves (but with enough head height) is the twin bedroom with 2 full-size single beds (3ft wide). There is plenty of storage, a hairdryer and luxury bed linen and fluffy towels are provided.
Outside and Parking
There are 2 parking bays for Robin’s Nest just 20 yards from the front door. There is no outside space. There is a steep hill leading up to where Robin’s Nest is located.
Grand Luxury on a Smaller Scale
If you’re looking for the grand feel of a country house for just the 2 or 4 of you, then Robin’s Nest is perfect. Full of home comforts and with a contemporary twist, it’s a gorgeous base for exploring beautiful Northumberland.
Facts & Features
Up to 4 guests and 1 baby.
One baby welcome. No travel cot or highchair available.
Sorry, no pets permitted at Robin’s Nest.
2 bedrooms; 1 king size bedroom with a 5ft wide bed and 1 twin bedroom with two 3ft single beds.
To be confirmed.
The fully tiled bathroom consists of a shower over the bath, WC and wash basin with a heated towel rail.
There is no outside space at Robin’s Nest.
There is private parking for 2 cars in allocated bays just 20 yards from the front door.
Please be aware
This apartment is on the first floor, so is not suitable for those who struggle with stairs.
There is no travel cot or highchair available to hire.
What makes me different?
The apartment is very spacious just for 4 guests as with it being originally part of the very old house next door, the rooms are vast. Yet with all the modern home comforts and contemporary decor, it still has a cosy feel, despite it’s hint of grandeur. Morpeth is a gorgeous market town yet only 25 minutes drive to the coast at Druridge Bay Country Park. It’s a gorgeous place to be based and return to after a long day.
Northumbrian Welcome Hamper including luxury complimentary toiletries and bespoke Property and Local Area guide. Free Wi-Fi.
Fridge/freezer, oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, toaster and kettle. Washer/dryer, iron, ironing board and vacuum. Hairdryer, books, music and films. Central heating provided throughout the cottage plus a gas fire for extra ambiance in the lounge.
Smart, flat screen TV in the lounge with Freeview, DVD player and an XBox. Bluetooth station with speakers. Free unlimited Wi-Fi.
There is no BBQ provided at Robin’s Nest. Due to the surrounding and setting it is not suitable to bring our own.
First floor apartment. Accommodation over 2 floors. Stair case up to the front door.
Arrivals & Departures
Arrival Day: Friday or Monday
Arrival Time: 4pm
Departure Time: 10am
Virtual Tour & Floorplan
Here is a 3D virtual tour of Robin’s Nest. Click on the image below to start the tour and use your touchscreen or mouse to move around the house and explore all areas. A floor plan is also below. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to call us on 01665 710700 or email us.
Map & Local Area
Beautiful Morpeth town is a lively and bustling market town with shops old and new, most notably the renowned family-run department store, Rutherfords on the main street. There are some lovely restaurants and great cafes and bars too, and a large and beautiful public park bordering the river called Carlisle Park.
Situated on the edge of this lovely small town, it has formal gardens, an aviary, play areas, a paddling pool, ancient woodland, picnic areas, tennis courts, bowling greens, a skate park and much more, including a garden dedicated to William Turner, who was born in Morpeth in 1508 and is known as the ‘father of English botany’. He was the very first person to record, in English, the names and medicinal uses of plants in his three-part Herbal. The gardens contain plants Turner found during his travels in Europe. More information is available by clicking here: William Turner Garden Morpeth. You can walk alongside beautiful Wansbeck River from Robin’s Nest into the town.
Situated just 7 minutes from the A1, this gorgeous apartment provides the perfect base for exploring all areas of fabulous Northumberland – and it’s not far from Newcastle too, to make your trip a little more ‘cosmopolitan’! Morpeth is situated on the East Coast Main railway line too, so you could jump on the train to Newcastle or just as easily pop to Edinburgh for the day. Robin’s Nest is situated around 15 minutes walk to the town centre, through pretty, leafy paths. It’s not lit the whole way and the road up to the apartment is very steep.
To find out the distance of Robin’s Nest from your own home, how long it will take to drive there and other options for alternative transport, click here: Robin’s Nest on Googlemaps and enter your home postcode.
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- Places to eat/drink
Our stay at Robin’s Nest was absolutely outstanding! We loved the ambience, location and general presentation of the property and would highly recommend Robin’s Nest and Coquet Cottages to others.
Mr Woodwardread our guest book
Tips from a local
Wallington Hall and Gardens
Visit Wallington Hall and Gardens near Cambo. This National Trust Property has over 13,000 acres of land to explore. The woodland walk from the hall takes you to a stunning pond and walled garden, with an impressive conservatory greenhouse, and gorgeous views of the surrounding countryside.
Keep an eye out for red squirrels in the woods, and be sure to head back to the Clock Tower Cafe for a homemade soup or locally produced Doddington Dairy ice cream.
Tips from a local
Take a stroll around the ‘Lady of the North’
Northumberlandia is an amazing land sculpture that is designed to look like a human body of a reclining lady. This unique piece of public art is set within 46 acres of country park with free public access and 4 miles of footpaths on and around the landform.
There is a full trail around the park and it’s open from dusk till dawn most days, although please visit the website for more details.
Tips from a local
Northumberland Country Zoo
This makes a great day out for children (and adults!) and is located just off the A1, no more than 15 minutes drive from Morpeth. It’s not a full zoo with wild animals like tigers or lions, but has some interesting animals that you can feed like alpacas and donkeys, as well as meerkats, wallaby’s and different birds (that you can’t feed!).
They have a little gift shop and a cafe, as well as a great play park for children. It’s perfect for a fine day as it’s mostly outdoors.
Check out the Northumberland Country Zoo website for more details.
Not sure where to start?
We know Northumberland and all of our cottages inside out, so if you have any particular queries, please don’t hesitate to call or email us. We’re more than happy to help!