Swallowtails cottage Longframlington near Brinkburn Priory

January 21, 2018 1:23 pm

Swallowtails Barn Longframlington

The newly-converted Swallowtails Barn is super cosy spot near Brinkburn Priory one to have a peek at if you’re thinking of escaping for a romantic Winter break.

Located near the village of Longframlington it also makes perfect accommodation for wedding guests at the Linden Hall Hotel or Brinkburn Priory.


Swallowtails Barn Kingsize bedroom

Surrounded by farmland and big-time views over the Coquet Valley, with easy access along pretty country lanes to the Heritage Coast, the self-catering bolthole can be found in small farming hamlet of Low Town – just a 15-minute walk from the village of Longframlington – with Warkworth beach moments away by car.

The cottage sleeps two in a chic double bedroom with kingsize bed, there’s also a pocket sprung sofa bed in the living room for a little one. Slumber on crisp white linen, surrounded by cosy cushions and throws, and pack away your things in vintage furniture – it’s the little touches that make all the difference here.

A triple contemporary skylight in the vaulted ceiling allows light to flood in through the original beams in to the spacious living room/kitchen – enjoy a bit of stargazing in front of the cosy log burner on a dark winter’s night.

Beautiful country-style kitchen units come complete with granite and wood worktops and you’ll also find a family-sized fridge freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee machine, electric fan oven, ceramic hob, dishwasher and tumble dryer – everything you need for a long weekend. There’s a family bathroom with bath and shower, too.

Guests can enjoy free membership at nearby Linden Hall, the cottage comes with free Wi-Fi and all linen, towels and toiletries are provided, plus coffee, tea and a choice of welcome baskets, packed with either Afternoon Tea or breakfast bits.

Pick up larder must-haves from Longframlington; head to the butchers and supermarket for all your fry-up needs or settle in at one of the many cosy pubs for a spot of Sunday dinner.