A magnificent repurposed stable block and coach house on the Nunnykirk Estate, close to the attractive towns of Rothbury and Morpeth.
A wow-factor holiday home with a fascinating pedigree
Beeswing House, a grand former stable block named after an illustrious former resident - a racing wonder-filly bred by William Orde of Nunnykirk in 1833, winning a staggering 51 of her 64 races - has been painstakingly remodelled while preserving the architectural features, resulting in bags of space and wow-factor by the bucket. Decorated with sumptuous furnishings and fabrics, cosy tweeds in calming colours and family antiques, Beeswing House has plenty of creature comforts, including underfloor heating and superfast Wi-Fi.
Flooded with light, courtesy of the arched windows and lofty ceilings, the cavernous open-plan living and dining area is complemented by a large kitchen with dining table and island unit, a snug with wood burning stove, 40” TV, Freeview and DVDs, and two of the four double bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom on the ground floor. Upstairs you’ll find two en suite bedrooms and a mezzanine study area halfway up the stairs, furnished with armchair and desk.
Outside there are two distinct spaces, a courtyard with the original well and a lawned garden with alfresco dining terrace. The adjacent games barn is set up for ping pong and badminton – or even indoor football, a very handy space for energetic youngsters should the weather be inclement.
Located along the drive to Nunnykirk Hall, Beeswing House enjoys a peaceful setting between the rural Northumberland villages of Wallington and Cragside, with nearby Rothbury home to an excellent delicatessen and butcher. There are fantastic walks in the area, which is home to several foodie festivals and events, and Cragside, a nearby stately home with a busy events schedule and many family friendly activities. The Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park, famed for its ‘Dark Skies’, are easily accessible from Beeswing House.
Impressive living space created from the former coach house. Seating area for 8 with log burner. Dining table for 10. French doors to courtyard. Bluetooth speaker.
Fully equipped kitchen with single electric oven with 4 ring hob, full-size fridge, under counter freezer, full size dishwasher, washing machine with dryer, microwave and digital radio. Dining table for 6 and additional seating at the kitchen island for 2.
Snug with 40” TV with Freeview, DVD player and DVDs. Seating for 6.
Cloakroom with WC and basin.
Garden hall with space for outdoor kit and door to garden. Just outside is a tap for washing dogs and outdoor kit.
Bedroom one with 5’ bed, large press and dressing table. Hanging space provided by hangers which can be hung from the press.
Bedroom two with 2’6” zip and link beds to form 5’ king or twin beds, wardrobe with drawer below and chest of drawers.
Family bathroom with bath and separate walk in shower, double basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Two store rooms leading from the kitchen provide spacious storage space for outdoor kit and are an ideal space for dogs to sleep.
Small reading area / study with desk and armchair.
Bedroom three with 5’ bed, wardrobe with drawer below and chest of drawers.
En-suite bathroom with bath and separate shower, basin and WC.
Bedroom four with 2’6” zip and link beds to form 5’ bed or twin beds, wardrobe with drawer below and chest of drawers.
En-suite shower room with large walk in shower, basin and WC.
Beeswing House is set around two outside areas. To one side is an attractive gravelled courtyard with original well (which has been covered for the safety of children and dogs). There is an additional lawned garden and terrace to the rear with a charcoal barbecue table and chairs for outside dining. The garden is fully enclosed.
To the side of the property is a large barn which can be used as a garage or for the storage of outside kit. A table tennis table, dartboard and badminton set are included for guest use.
There is ample private parking both in the barn and outside.
BABIES & CHILDREN
A travel cot and highchair are provided.
Two dogs are welcome. Additional dogs may be allowed on request. Dogs must be kept out of carpeted areas, out of the bedrooms and off the furniture.
WI-FI & MOBILE COVERAGE
Superfast Wi-Fi is boosted throughout the house. 4G is also available. Mobile coverage is good on most networks.
There is a hairdryer in each bedroom. Luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linen and towels are provided along with feather and down duvets and pillows. Hand soap is provided in each bathroom.
The ground floor has underfloor throughout. The remainder of the house has oil central heating with radiators, in addition to the log burner in the sitting room. Logs are provided.
Beeswing House sits on the historic Nunnykirk Estate. There are residential properties and farm buildings to the rear and side of the building which are visible from some rooms but the accommodation has been carefully designed to maximise guest privacy. Nunnykirk Hall is a small school and occasionally guests may hear the children at play. The drive can get busy during school drop off and collection times.
Unit information for Beeswing House
£1472.50per unit per week
Min: £995.00 - Max: £1950.00
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