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Enjoy Cragside to yourself after all of the other visitors have gone home. Two woodland workers' cottages have been converted to provide simple self-catering accommodation in a beautiful location overlooking Tumbleton Lake. During your stay, you will have free access to Cragside’s extensive woodland and gardens; a small charge is made to visit the house.
The building has central heating and sleeps up to 16 people in bunk beds. The accommodation consists of one room sleeping six people, one room sleeping four people and three rooms each sleeping two people. Please bring bed linen, pillows and tea towels. There's a fully equipped kitchen, including cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and washer dryer and lounge area. There is a separate shower and toilet block in the old outhouse. The rental includes all gas and electricity.
Please note smoking and dogs are not permitted. The Bunkhouse is situated next to the Visitor Centre and is set against a steep wooded hillside.
Cragside was the home of William Armstrong, Victorian inventor and one of the most successful industrialists of his generation. Situated 1 mile north of Rothbury and 12 miles west of Alnwick,
Cragside is now cared for by the National Trust.
The vast wooded estate is home to Cragside’s red squirrel population.
There are huge rocks, tall trees, tumbling streams, exotic plants and 40 miles of woodland walks.
Following repair and restoration work in 2009, the Iron Bridge opened for the first time in 30 years. Visitors can now walk across this iconic feature on their way from the Rock Garden to the Formal Garden. The bridge also provides fantastic views of the house, Debdon valley and Cragside’s soaring conifers.
Booking Cragside Bunkhouse is done through The National Trust via the number or email address above.
Click below for full details (pdf from The National Trust)
Tel: 01699 620216