The Old Manse Bed & Breakfast is situated on the edge of the pretty village of Chatton, in the heart of North Northumberland, so is ideally placed to explore the wonderful Northumbrian coast, roam the Cheviot Hills, or visit the many picturesque towns and villages that the Scottish Borders have to offer. Whether you are hiking the many & varied walking routes, cycling the National Cycle Network routes, or making your own way around this wonderful friendly county, you could not ask for a better base than The Old Manse at Chatton. The Old Manse lies in a private location with open countryside to the north and east on the periphery of the charming village of Chatton, which lies between the Northumbrian Heritage Coast and northern Cheviot Hills.
The house itself was built in 1873 as the Manse for the minister of the United Presbyterian church which adjoins the property. The church building is now an art gallery and private residence.
All our bedrooms are named after beautiful and tranquil valleys in the Cheviot Hills that are worth a visit, especially if you take a packed lunch, a good book and a camera.
All rooms are en suite with either a bath or shower. Each room also features a flat-screen TV, iPod/iPhone docking station, drinks fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. For extra luxury, guests can opt to book a four-poster bedroom. The ground floor suite with private lounge can be made into a king sized double or twin bedded, and is suitable for guests with restricted mobility.
Breakfast includes locally sourced produce and regional dishes. The village pub serves evening meals, and is located a 2-minute walk from the property. Further eateries can be found in the villages of Wooler and Belford, both less than 6 miles from the hotel.