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Tower House in Warkworth

Classic Village Home with a Luxurious Twist

We’re delighted to welcome Tower House to our collection in beautiful Warkworth Village.  This gorgeous village home sits in a prominent position at the very top of the village with uninterrupted views of historic Warkworth Castle.

This classic village house is a perfect mix of quirky and interesting design, calming colour schemes yet most importantly, it’s a comfortable and luxurious base to return to after a day out exploring. Tower House is perfect for guests who like to relax in front of a roaring fire and enjoy village life right on their doorstep.

Tower House is open for bookings from 10th November and will be fully decorated for Christmas and New Year.

 

Tower House in Warkworth

Sleeps 6 No Dogs

This Cottage does not yet have a star rating

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Overview

Tower House sleeps up to 6 guests in 3 bedrooms.  There’s a king size bedroom with en suite bathroom, a double bedroom and a twin bedroom with 2 single beds that can be converted into a super king size bed upon request. There’s a family bathroom and a travel cot and highchair can be provided for our younger guests, along with a pressure-fit stair gate.

The house has a kitchen, dining room and lounge with a traditional wood burning stove set in an inglenook fireplace.  There’s a little courtyard to sit out in which isn’t enclosed, and private, off-road parking comfortably for 2 cars and at a push, 3 smaller cars.

Free Wi-fi.  Sorry, but dogs are not permitted at Tower House.

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Entrance

Entrance to the cottage is from the front door on the main street, which leads into the hallway where you will find the stairs leading to the first floor and the entrance to the dining room and to the separate lounge. You can also use the rear door too, which leads directly into the utility room. This is ideal if you have muddy boots or lots of bags, as the parking area is next to the back door.

 

Lounge

The lounge is decorated in calm and soothing colours with an inglenook fireplace housing a traditional wood burning stove providing a warming focus.  An initial supply of logs are provided from October to April, further supplies can be bought locally.  There is a Smart TV and a portable Bluetooth music system.

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Dining Room

This lovely room has dining seating for up to 6 guests and has the original brick fireplace still in situ, although there is no longer a fire there. The dining room leads to the kitchen and is a lovely place to gather for a family dinner or hearty breakfast.

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Kitchen

The kitchen is small but very well stocked and bright and airy. There’s an gas oven and gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer (utility room), toaster, kettle, filter coffee machine and microwave.

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Utility Room

This is a great space for storing boots and extra baggage.  This is where the washer/dryer is held and there’s a utility sink here too.  From here you can access the courtyard where there is a small seating area and the car parking.

 

Downstairs Cloakroom

Located under the stairs you will find a WC and hand wash basin.

 

First Floor

Stairs from the hallway lead to the spacious landing.

 

Master Bedroom with En suite Shower Room

The master bedroom looks out to the main street through original sash windows.  It has a king size bed (5ft wide), lots of walk-in storage, a dressing table and an en suite shower room. Fluffy towels, luxury bed linen and a hair dryer are provided. All bed linen is hypo-allergenic.

The en suite shower room consists of a large walk-in shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail. Towers and complimentary White Company toiletries are provided.

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Double Bedroom

This surprisingly spacious bedroom is very bright and airy, with 2 large windows looking out to the main street. The bed is a double size (4ft 6″ wide) and there’s a dressing table too.  Fluffy towels, luxury bed linens and a hair dryer are provided. All bed linen is hypo-allergenic.

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Twin/Super-king Bedroom

This pretty room is also very spacious with amazing views of Warkworth Castle. The twin single beds are 3ft wide but can be converted into a super-king size (6ft wide) upon request (usually minimum 7 days notice).  There’s plenty of storage, fluffy towels, luxury bed linen and a hair dryer. All bed linen is hypo-allergenic.

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Family Bathroom

This spacious, light and airy bathroom has a roll-top bath, separate large walk-in shower, WC and basin. There’s a huge window letting in lots of natural light and complimentary White Company toiletries are provided.

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Grounds and Parking

Tower House has private parking for 2 cars (3 small cars at a push) on the driveway that wraps around the little next door neighbors cottage, which is also a holiday home. There is a small seating area in this same courtyard that the cars are kept on but the space is not enclosed.

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Tower House in Warkworth

Sleeps 6 No Dogs

This Cottage does not yet have a star rating

prices & availability

Romantic Village Luxury

Northumbrian village self-catering at it’s finest, located at the foot of a castle.  Soft greys, matte velvets and quaint floral touches make this better than home-from-home.

Facts & Features

Sleeps
Up to 6 guests and 1 baby in a travel cot.

Family
One baby welcome. Travel cot, highchair and portable pressure-fit stair gate available upon request.

Pets
Sorry, no pets permitted at Tower House.

Bedrooms
3 bedrooms; 1 king size bedroom with a 5ft wide bed and an en suite; 1 double bedroom with a 4ft 6″ wide bed; 1 twin bedroom with 3ft single beds that can be converted into a super king size bed (6ft wide) upon request.

Bedding
All the bedding is hypo-allergenic.

Bathrooms
En suite to the master bedroom with a walk-in shower, WC and basin; family bathroom has a roll top bath with attachment, separate shower, WC and basin; downstairs cloakroom with WC and basin.

Outside
Small courtyard shared with the driveway with table and chairs for sitting out. Not enclosed.

Parking
Private, off-road parking for 2 cars (3 small cars at a push) directly outside the cottage.

Logs for the Fire
An initial supply of wood is provided for the stove between October and April. Further supplies can be purchased from any local garage.

Please be aware
Tower House is located at the top of the main road running through the village. Whilst the traffic noise isn’t 24 hours a day and it’s just a small country village, light sleepers may find it slightly disturbing. If you’re looking an an idyllic, peaceful cottage with no outside noise, then Tower House isn’t for you.

What makes me different?
Not many cottages are at the foot of a medieval castle and tick almost every box; round the corner from 4 great country pubs, 3 restaurants, a French patisserie and 3 cafes; less than 20 minutes walk to the beach; has a wood burning stove and private parking. For guests who don’t always want to ‘get away from it all’ and perhaps want to experience our beautiful country villages with everything on your doorstep, then Tower House is more than perfect.

Extra Touches
Northumbrian Welcome Hamper including luxury White Company toiletries and bespoke Property and Local Area guide. Wood burning stove and free Wi-Fi.

Facilities
Fridge, freezer, gas oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, filter coffee machine and kettle. Washer/dryer, iron, ironing board and vacuum. Hairdryer, books, music and films. Wood burning stove. Travel cot, highchair and portable stair gate available upon request.

Mod Cons
Smart TV in the lounge with Freeview and DVD player. Bluetooth music system. Free unlimited Wi-Fi.

Accessibility
Accommodation on 2 floors. Steps from the utility room to the kitchen. Walk-in shower in the family bathroom. Ground floor WC cloakroom.

Arrivals & Departures
Arrival Day: Friday or Monday
Arrival Time: 4pm
Departure Time: 10am

Other Information
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Frequently Asked Questions
About Warkworth

Virtual Tour & Floorplan

Click on our virtual tour to take a virtual walk around Tower House and explore all areas.  Click on the floor plan to enlarge it, it may not be entirely to scale nor contain some detail, it’s provided here to give you an idea of the layout of the house.  If you have any questions in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to call us on 01665 710700 and we would be happy to help you.

Virtual Tour

Map & Local Area

Tower House is located right at the foot of the magnificent Warkworth Castle, with brilliant views from all of the windows looking up at the castle – especially the twin bedroom. Warkworth is a gorgeous little village crammed with character (and great pubs!). There’s a choice of 4 pubs, an additional 2 restaurants, a selection of shops and even a French Patisserie.

The beach can be reached in about 20 minutes on foot but you can take your car up there to park for free too. Alternatively, the river Coquet loops around the village as an Oxbow river. You can follow the river all the way around the village until you get to the mysterious ‘Hermitage‘. This historical place – ran by English Heritage – was once the home of a hermit. He banished himself to the cave across the river after losing his long-lost love and made a life for himself in the Hermitage by carving the walls out of stone and using a little boat to get across the river. It’s worth visiting for a little taste of history – just don’t get it confused with The Hermitage Inn on the main street!

As well as there being lots to see and do in the village, other pretty towns and villages aren’t far away at all. 1 mile south you will find the traditional fishing port of Amble, with it’s great selection of restaurants specialising in fresh fish. The Sunday market on the harbour is interesting too and you can walk to Amble very easily. Head south out of the village and it will take you about 20 minutes to reach the harbour from Tower House.

Go north out of Warkworth and the first village you’ll find is Alnmouth, also on the coast. There’s another great selection of pubs, restaurants, art galleries and a delicious deli, as well as the beach being at the end of the village.

Warkworth is a fantastic village to be based as everything is within close reach. Whether it’s hanging up the car keys for a week or packing a picnic to explore each day, Tower House in Warkworth is in the ideal spot.

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Tips from a local

Afternoon tea with a G&T? Yes please!

Bertram’s is one of our personal favorites in the village and a one we all visit on our days off – for breakfast, lunch, coffee and drinks!

Their breakfasts are to die for, as well as their cakes and coffees. They also do an afternoon tea with a twist; an Afternoon G&T, with a gin and tonic instead of prosecco.

They have an outside courtyard too which is really pretty, and in the winter they have 2 roaring fires on during the day. All in all it’s definitely worth a visit.

Tips from a local

Prosecco on us!

For a top-notch meal in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, be sure to visit Jasper’s Cafe and Bistro, just 5 minutes’ drive (1.5 miles) from the cottage in charming Amble. The food is exquisite (Jasper’s reached number 1 on Trip Advisor out of 778 eateries in Northumberland!) and the staff go out of their way to ensure you enjoy your whole dining experience. Remember to show the Coquet Cottages keyring to a member of staff (attached to your cottage keys) to get a complimentary full bottle of Prosecco for the table during the evening, or a free round from selected non-alcoholic drinks at lunch time!

Tips from a local

Fancy a special walk around the village?

Try the Mill Walk which you reach through the castle grounds (over the road from the cottage). Whether you have a dog or not, this is a very pretty route that only takes about 30-35 minutes. Follow the river and it takes you along a beautiful walk along the Coquet River, eventually ending up at the clearing where The Hermitage is located (see more on our page all about Warkworth).  Deer can be spotted here as well as lots of other wildlife along the riverbank.

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!

Telephone: 01665 710 700 or click here to email us your enquiry.