The house offers: two bedrooms, both with original fireplaces and period features; a family bathroom and a separate toilet; a comfortable sitting room with flat screen TV and feature fireplace and a large kitchen diner with range cooker and American-style fridge freezer. To the rear of the house there is a small yard with outdoor dining furniture and a patio heater. The large entrance hall with the original stone-flagged floor is the ideal space to store bikes, wellies or buckets and spades.
This Georgian home boasts many original features and is located with the Alnwick Town Centre Conservation Area. The property is within 300m of the town centre and its shops, restaurants and transport links; making it the ideal base from which to explore the charming market town of Alnwick.
N.B. The fireplaces within the property are feature only, there is no working fire in the property. Due to the original mahogany staircase we are unable to offer stairgates but we do have a travel cot and highchair if required. Single beds in the second bedroom are zip-link and can be made up as a super kingsize bed also.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the whole house and rear yard. There is on street parking with a visitor permit outside the house, the permit must be returned at the end of your visit.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live in Alnwick so are happy to help with any queries or to share our knowledge of the best spots for picnics, local sites of interests and the best pubs and restaurants for that romantic meal or to keep children happy!
We are also happy to lend additional toys, picnic or beach equipment if needed, just get in touch.
- We have no rules as such but would be very grateful if guests could use coasters on the old pieces of furniture in the sitting room and bedroom, we love our old chests of drawers and coffee table and would be sad to see them marked. Similarly our lovely old mahogany banister is not up to sliding and we would be grateful if they could be treated with a bit of TLC! Many thanks.
I live in Alnwick with my partner, two children and our dog Jess! No 16 was our family home until we outgrew it with the arrival of our children; it is a very special house and we love its historic character and charm. I grew up in North Northumberland and have always lived in the area, unable to be parted from Northumberland and its fascinating history and wild unspoilt beauty. I teach Art and History locally and am more than happy to share my local knowledge with visitors.