|Brunton House Alnwick Brunton House, Embleton, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 3HQ|
"Lying nine miles north of Alnwick in quiet seclusion between The Cheviot Hills and the dramatic Northumbrian coastline, Brunton is a large Victorian dower house. Set in extensive sheltered gardens, it is backed by woods and a stream with long views over open fields to the front."
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|Lying nine miles north of Alnwick in quiet seclusion between the Cheviot Hills and the glorious golden sands of the Northumbrian coastline, Brunton is a large Victorian house. |
Set in extensive sheltered gardens, it is backed by woods and a stream, with long views over open fields and a glimpse of the sea at the front.
The area is full of history and has much to offer visitors. From majestic castles of Bamburgh and Alnwick castle where Harry Potter was filmed, to the historic ruins of Dunstanburgh with a coastline line that boasts miles of sandy beaches.
There are numerous picturesque, fishing and seaside villages, such as Craster and Seahouses along with nature reserves and the Northumberland National Park.
With some marvellous walks nearby such as the St Oswalds Way, we are well placed for an overnight stay and are happy to collect people from Embleton or Low Newton by the Sea, returning you there in the morning to carry on where you left off.
As well as great walks nearby Brunton House is well placed for other activities, such as golf, fishing, superb birdwatching, diving and riding which are all available nearby.
We are now able to offer a twin or double en suite room on the ground floor with access for guests in wheelchairs
Northumberland's beautiful shoreline and rich historical legacy make it one of England's finest locations for landscape photography.
Professional photographer Garry Brannigan runs regular landscape courses at Brunton for photographers of all levels. For full details and dates plus a gallery of Garry's landscape images, please visit www.thedigitaldawn.com
Some of the many tributes to Brunton House:
'Delightful house and excellent hospitality'
'A very special spot, lots of character.'
S. and A.S, Oakham
'First class welcome. I'll be back!'
B. C., Carlisle
Our spacious rooms have large beds, cotton sheets, and a varied selection of books - from guides spiritual, horticultural and ornithological, to novels, to local and national history, not to mention AGA-drama, Agamemnon and Asterix.
The views to the front stretch out over the neighbouring fields where hares and deer can often be seen, while at the back, the house is sheltered by a backdrop of mature trees.
Bedrooms are spacious with either a shower or a bath en-suite.
Hot water bottles on request in winter.
On the ground floor, we now have a double en-suite room for those needing wheelchair access.
Access from the front door through the house is level and easy while guests can get to the dining room and sitting room on the ground floor without difficulty.
Parking is level and close by the front door while the large garden also has no steps and is fully accessible for wheelchair users.
Rooms are £45 per night single occupancy
One night £45 per person per night
Two or more nights £40 per person per night
Please telephone to enquire.
For more details about special events and staying at Brunton House visit www.bruntonhouse.co.uk