Mounthooly is at the head of the stunningly beautiful College Valley in North Northumberland just below the Hen Hole and Cheviot itself and is on the Pennine Way and St Cuthberts Way walking routes.
The bunkhouse welcomes 24 guests to this wonderful location
This delightful single storey cottage sits on a small knoll between the two arms of the valley looking to the Border Ridge on one side and Cheviot on the other with the junction of the Lambden and College burns below.
This stone built former millers’ cottage was completely renovated in 2007 and has a modern ‘open plan’ feel.
This traditional harled Northumbrian stone farm house which sits alone on the foot of Cheviot is surrounded by beautiful and totally unspoilt scenery with panoramic views from all windows. A truly idyllic and remote hideaway accessed by a single track road, the nearest neighbour is over a mile away.
This lovely cottage is hidden away in its own walled garden by the Lamden burn in the Cheviot Hills, Northumberland.