Turvelaws Holiday Cottages

Set in the Glendale Valley and over looking the Cheviot Hills, Turvelaws Holiday Cottages are set on a working farm just a mile from the attractive market town of Wooler.

Located at the edge of the National Park - perfect for exploring the beautiful Cheviots and is ideally situated between the historic towns of Alnwick and Berwick Upon Tweed. Northumberland's Heritage Coast and the Scottish Borders are also easily reached within half an hour.



Sleeps 2

The original farm smithy now converted into a perfect holiday cottage fit for two.

Ground floor: Double Bedroom / Bathroom/ Kitchen / living room with TV and bluetooth speaker / dining room / utility - perfect for the outdoor gear. This cottage has access to our free WiFi.

Private sitting area within an enclosed shared courtyard.

Fishing available on our stretch of the River Till.

Arrival from 4pm and departure 10am. Welcome Pack on arrival.

One dog only - payable on booking. Owners of property take no responsibility for pet welfare. Dogs must not be left alone in the property. Any damage by pet is the responsibility of the pet owner.

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Northumberland is England's most northerly county, and also the least populated. It is a wonderfully diverse area with areas of dramatic uplands, beautiful sandy beaches and rugged coves as well as a multitude of thriving villages and market towns.

Today, Northumberland is a beautiful tranquil place. However, this peace and serenity were not always commonplace. Due to its location as a border county between England and Scotland, Northumberland was often a fractious place with many areas of, "Debateable Lands". Nearby we have the battlefields of Hedgeley Moor and Flodden.

Alnwick Castle

During the medieval periods between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries, the high lands of north Northumberland became the territories of bands of outlaws known as the Border Reivers. The Reivers have left many legacies throughout the region – from tales and ballards of dastardly and heroic deeds, to the construction of many fortified houses and towers throughout the region.

Many of the region's castles are open to visitors throughout the year and include; Chillingham Castle with its infamous dungeon (5 miles) Floors Castle and Gardens in Kelso (22 miles) Alnwick Castle and Gardens (16 miles) - "The Windsor of the North" and ancestral home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, the location of Hogwarts in the Harry Potter movies. The dramatic cliff-top ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, and further North, Bamburgh Castle - complete with it's own dragon legend, then there is the photogenic Lindisfarne Castle situated on the tidal Holy Island.

Yeavering Bell

The hills around Turvelaws also show signs of human habitation from prehistoric times. A little further up the valley on the edge of the Cheviot Hills lies the remains of Yeavering Bell. Once an Anglo Saxon palace and the largest prehistoric hillfort in the region.

Nearby Wooler is a traditional Northumbria market town with a wide selection of shops, restaurants, bistros and its own whisky distillery, Ad Gefrin.