Nether Grange, Northumberland

You can tell that you’re in for something special at this former 18th century granary in the heart of Alnmouth – the postcard-pretty coastal village treasured for its colourful cottages superb walking routes, and peaceful beach where the River Aln meets the North Sea (in its heyday, it was a working river-port, exporting grain, wool, coal, and even the odd pipe of Madeira wine). Not only will you be a 40-minute drive from Northumberland National Park, but also within easy travelling distance of several visit-worthy castles, including Alnwick, Lindisfarne, Dunstanburgh, and Warkworth. If the weather’s nice, a boat trip to the Farne Islands that lie just offshore midway between the villages of Seahouses and Bamburgh rewards with sightings of England's largest grey seal colonies.

Groups love

Exploring the Northumberland coast 

Enjoying boat trips to the Farne Islands 

Visiting Alnwick Castle & Gardens 

Spending time at Northumberland National Park 

Fabulous guided and self-guided walks 

The handy boot and drying room 

Comfortable accommodation with full-board 

The house’s unique character and history 

Places to visit

Alnwick Castle & Gardens 

Bamburgh Castle 

The Farne Islands 


Warkworth Castle 

Cragside House 

Hadrian's Wall 

House facts

House capacity: 55 

Number of singles: 13

Exclusive occupancy minimum: 44