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A charming and unique 5* wooden cottage in the middle of Lowick, a rural village in Northumberland which achieved a gold “Village in Bloom” medal in 2011, 2012 & 2013. Our beautiful log cabin is the perfect base for your self catering holiday in North Northumberland. Lowick has 2 vibrant pubs with restaurants, a well-stocked village shop with daily homebaking, a repair garage and a mobile post office service, all within easy walking distance of Willow Cottage. From breathtaking landscapes to stunning sandy beaches, from the Cheviot Hills and National Park to the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Northumberland is perfect for those who want the best of the great outdoors. Jane and Darren look forward to welcoming you to Willow Cottage - the ideal place to relax in and explore from...
We are offering short breaks of 3 or 4 nights at Willow Cottage from 29th September 2018 until 30th March 2019.
To include a delicious starter Breakfast Pack so you can enjoy your mini break from the off!
Please email or ring to discuss availability.
We look forward to extending a warm Willow Cottage welcome to you soon.
Jane & Darren Curry
Northumberland Dark Skies Park was internationally recognised in December as one of the best places in Europe to view the night sky. You can even catch glimpses of the Northern Lights here! You don't always need a telescope to get up close and personal with the planets: a pair of 10 x 50 binoculars will show you the moons of Jupiter and the Andromeda Galaxy. Simple star charts can be downloaed at www.darkskydiscovery.org.uk
When you are looking for space & time to "get away from it all" & recharge your batteries, then Northumberland - officiallly designated as England's most tranquil county - is the place to be. And for real peace and solitude, come and explore north Northumberland. You'll enjoy mile after mile of white sandy beaches, with ancient castles or villages as their backdrop. This whole stretch of coastline is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Or wander among the quietest of hills & valleys, each with their own stories of battles and community. This is an ancient land, the "cradle of Christianity", a borderland forged & formed from its tempestuous history. The most beautiful landscapes bring you the very warmest of welcomes, the best local food & produce and memories to last a lifetime.
Come, refill your soul and you will find the journey to north Northumberland is well worth it!!
Lowick means "settlement on the river Low".
A Roman Road called the "Devil's Causeway" passes through Lowick on it's journey from Corbridge in the south to Berwick upon Tweed in the North of the county.
An ancient road used by the Monks of Lindisfarne to go to Durham crosses this Roman Road, east to west, and it is on this crossroads that the village of Lowick began to develop.
Monks of Lindisfarne built the Norman Chapel in Lowick when the ancient parish was sub divided. The present Anglican Church of St. John the Baptist dates from 1794, with the addition of the chancel and vestry in 1887.