Ingram House is in the Northumberland National Park and is an ideal stopping point for those cycling on the Sandstone Way or walking from Alwinton to Wooler and beyond and for those wanting to stargaze - we have a telescope but cannot guarantee a clear sky!
The Cheviot Hills, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Bamburgh Castle and beach, Holy Island and lovely golf courses are just some of the attractions nearby. There are wonderful walks in the hills and on the coast. Also, we are members of the National Garden Scheme.
Our neighbours farm the surrounding land - mostly hill farming. There are lovely walks from our doorstep, mainly uphill, but the views when you get there are worth it! The Breamish Valley has been populated for many centuries and evidence of Iron Age and Stone Age settlements can be seen around us.
We have three traditionally furnished en-suite rooms (double and twin with baths, and our Garden Room with kingsize bed (double or twin) with shower). Breakfast is served in the family dining room. Dinner is also available by arrangement.
In need of rest and relaxation? Come and visit us.