This stone built former millers’ cottage sits alone and looks to The Border Ridge on one side and Cheviot on the other with the junction of the Lanbden and College Burns below.
It has a modern ‘open plan’ feel and the nearest property is quarter of a mile away.
4 + 2
- 1 x king-size bedroom and 1 x twin bedded room. Bed linen, electric blankets and towel provided. Comfy beds.
- 1 x large double sofa bed downstairs (very comfortable).
- Large beamed sitting room with log burning stove (logs provided) and french windows out to a stone patio.
- Spacious kitchen with breakfast room and dual fuel range
- 2 Bathrooms.
- Large enclosed garden with furniture and charcoal barbecue.
- Dogs welcome in hard floor areas only. 2 kennels with runs. Please read our dog policy here.
- Electric central heating
- No Wi-Fi internet or TV reception
- *NB: The upstairs ceilings are low.
- 23 miles to the Northumberland Coast.
- 10 miles to a shop/pub.
**Bookings can start on any day of the week**
♥ What we love that makes Hethpool Mill special……
- Watching the barn owls fly on a summers evening.
- Stunning sunsets.
- The beautiful Hethpool Linn is only a very short walk away where there are waterfalls and you can go swimming if you are feeling brave.
- Just off the well-known footpath of St Cuthberts Way.
We have returned to Hethpool Mill after 8 years and not much has changed, how lovely!
We’ve had a great time. We saw the wild goats before Hethpool in a field of sheep, saw roe deer twice, heard owls, saw rabbits, pheasants, grouse and lots of garden birds.
We look forward to a return visit and won’t leave it so long this time. Thank-you for a lovely, comfortable house.
Super, well -equipped accommodation. We have enjoyed a very relaxing stay here.
All lovely – thank-you.
Our fourth time staying in the College Valley, the third at Hethpool Mill. Had another fantastic week. Loads of wildlife around the Mill, hares, wild goats, baby rabbits, and the owls kept us entertained during the night with their twit-twoo calls.
We did some brilliant walks including Great Hetha and hillfort trail, St Cuthberts Cave and the Kyloe Hills, and finally we made it to the top of Cheviot!
Looking forward to our next visit!
Traveling by Car:
From the South:
Leave the A1 for the A697 north of Morpeth, signed for Coldstream. Stay on the road until a couple of miles north of Wooler; at Akeld buildings there is a left turn signposted to Kirknewton and Yetholm. Turn left and follow the road for three miles. Go through Kirknewton and over the little bridge, just after the bridge there are some cottages on the left. At the end of the cottages turn left, signposted to Hethpool.
From the North:
Take the A697 south from the A68. Cross the bridge into England at Coldstream and through Cornhill and Crookham. South of Crookham take the second right – soon after the left to Ford Castle – Go past Flodden and over a cross roads, pass several buildings on your left and at the bottom of a hill where the road swings round to the right turn left, which is actually going straight on. Cross the river and when you come to a T-junction turn left. Follow the road past Kilham until you come to a row of cottages on the right, immediately before the cottages turn right signposted Hethpool.
The Valley is not easily accessed by public transport, however the East Coast mainline stations of Alnmouth and Berwick are within easy travelling distance. Regular bus services are available to Wooler from each station, and, if willing to continue, a bus can be caught to Kirknewton. From there you would have roughly an hours walk to the Valley.
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