Roses Bower is a 230 acre working sheep farm, alongside the banks of the Warksburn, within the Northumberland National Park. In addition to lambs the farm rears goats and rare breed pigs. The spectacular ‘Roaring Hole’ waterfall, located directly below the farm, is the final destination of sea trout and salmon. Downstream from the farm is the famous ‘Long Drop’ (the highest perched ‘Netty’ in England) and the now derelict Low Roses Bower, reputedly the home of Rosamund Dodd, who fell in love with a Charlton Chieftain in Reiving times and needed a discreet lovers nest. The Warksburn, teeming with wildlife, is breathtakingly beautiful and wonderfully peaceful. Roses Bower Lodge is a cosy two bedroom cottage, sleeping four. Additional en-suite accommodation is available in the adjoing Farmhouse. The Lodge is equipped with full central heating,log burner, electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/drier, satellite television and /hi-fi/DVD/video. The private garden looks out over the Warksburn. Egyptian cotton towels and linen are provided. Kitchen and bathrooms are stocked with basics and a generous ‘welcome pack’. Roses Bower is an ideal centre for walkers, golfers, cyclists, fishermen and bird watchers. Well behaved pets are welcome. The farm is progressively improving it's eco-friendly credentials with recycling, a biomass heating system, it's own power generation facility and eco friendly household products. The farm is in an upland agri-environmental stewardship scheme.
(Roses Bower Lodge)
£260.00per unit per week
Min: £260.00 - Max: £420.00
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