Bridgend Farm is a beautifully appointed historic, stone farmhouse originally built in part in 17th century with later Georgian and Victorian additions.
Wooler is situated at the foot of the Cheviot Hills, and is set within stunning surroundings. You will be spoilt for choice whatever the weather - fabulous beaches at Bamburgh, stunning landscapes and castles are awaiting you. Wooler is a quaint unspoilt, historic market town with some lovely unique shops within walking distance of Bridgend Farm, and enjoys close proximity to beautiful riverside walks along the riverbank and parks. A short drive takes you to Alnwick with its castle and gardens, as well as the famous Cragside Estate built by Lord Armstrong.
The imposing pillared entrance portico leads into an elegant entrance hall.
The accommodation boasts a spacious guest lounge with an array seating with large TV and multi fuel stove.
Fully Licensed Bar offering fine Wines, Champagnes and other Alcoholic Drinks
The Dining room & Bar is a bright spacious room overlooking the large lawned gardens and is tastefully decorated with a large open fire.
Guest Lounge - We are happy for you to use our beautiful lounge / opening times to the lounge is varied and to the managements discretion. (when the door is locked the lounge and bar are closed)
There are four en-suite guest bedrooms all beautifully decorated and individually designed to reflect the period, and which include all modern fixtures for your comfort. There are large HD LCD TVs, also tea and coffee making facilities.
Books, DVD, games
Free high speed internet
Free WiFi internet
Desk working station
Activities and Experiences
Antiques & fairs
till 19:00 Early check-in available on request
Late check-out available on request
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom Newcastle upon Tyne (via A1 and A697)(46.4 miles)
Get on A167 from Queen Victoria Rd. Follow A1 and A697 to Brewery Rd in Wooler. Drive to your destination.