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Coach House Alnmouth, Nr Alnwick

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In low season, two guests can make use of one bedroom at the Coach House and benefit from a 35% discount. Four guests can make use of two bedrooms and benefit from a 20% discount.

Beautifully appointed, the Coach House is perfectly positioned for both coast and country and offers a perfect retreat to indulge family, friends or corporate guests to a stay in luxury surroundings. Formerly the old coach house for the Lesbury Estate, a great deal of thought has gone into the development of this property and the result is a perfect fusion of comfort and elegance with meticulous attention to detail.

The ground floor has immediate impact opening up into a generous open plan living space which flows seamlessly from the high spec catering kitchen with granite surfaces, walnut bar and wine fridge to a superb dining space which seats eight comfortably.

With high vaulted ceilings, the property has grand proportions yet retains warmth and intimacy with a double-sided wood burner connecting the dining area to the sitting area, all beautifully balanced with original stonework, rich oak floors and beams, vintage leather and Harris Tweed to introduce warmth and texture to this incredibly atmospheric space.

The four en-suite bedrooms are serene and streamlined featuring a neutral colour palette and high quality finishes which perfectly complements the rest of the property. Super king beds, luxurious duck down duvets, high quality White Company bed linen and underfloor heating in the bathrooms all add to the feeling of quality and well-being.

For country sports enthusiasts, facilities include a boot room (with underfloor heating) and gun cabinet, with kennels and stables available to guests at additional cost. Outside, there is a private courtyard with outdoor seating for al-fresco dining and summer barbecues, external storage, a communal garden, and off-street parking for four vehicles.

Local amenities

Sitting on the banks of the River Aln in the picturesque hamlet of Lesbury, there is a village shop for essential provisions, and a gentle five minute stroll from the property will take guests to the Coach Inn for good hearty food and real ales in warm, ambient surroundings.

The property is incredibly well placed, sitting just off the main A1 which runs right through the Northumberland coast. The nearby railway station at Alnmouth (0.5 miles) is on the main East Coast rail line, providing easy access from Edinburgh and the North, or from Newcastle and beyond from the South. Pick-ups can be arranged from the train station if required.

Guests will find a more extensive range of amenities in the coastal villages of Alnmouth (1.5 miles) and Warkworth (4.3 miles) which have plenty of restaurants, galleries, pubs, coffee shops and gift shops to choose from, all set amidst stunning surroundings.

Alternatively, a little further inland you will find an excellent range of amenities in nearby Alnwick (4 miles), home to the fantastic Alnwick Castle and Gardens and an eclectic mix of charming specialist shops where you can wander the cobbled streets and gift shops around the marketplace, or stop-off at one of the many quaint cafes across the area for a decadent cake and freshly roasted coffee.

While there, seek out Barter Books, one of Europe’s largest book shops with thousands of paperbacks, hardbacks and collector’s editions based in a beautiful former railway station where you can ‘while-away’ an afternoon in blissful book heaven!

Activities & attractions

Set within the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the wide golden sands of Alnmouth with its colourful coastal cottages will be an instant draw for visitors offering great walking, cycling and wildlife or simply rest and relaxation with a picnic full of foods from the Northumberland heartlands. The beach is easily accessible from Lesbury - a scenic twenty minute walk or a short five minute drive will take you directly onto this wonderful stretch of coastline.

From here head north and south to explore the pretty coastal villages of Craster and Warkworth, or take a boat charter from the docks of Amble Harbour to the RSPB reserve of Coquet Island which is home to over 36,000 sea birds, including thousands of characterful puffins.

For those seeking high energy adventures, the area is popular for surfing and kite surfing and there are a number of accredited surf and watersports schools up and down the coast for those looking to try something new in a relaxed teaching environment.

There are a number of walks from Lesbury to Alnmouth, including an extremely pretty 6km loop which takes in the meandering course of the River Aln, superb views of the ’18 arches’ railway viaduct, all the way down to the estuary, harbour and beach. For long distance walking routes, St.Oswald’s Way and the North Sea Trail both run nearby, and cyclists will delight at the many coves, magnificent heritage sites and wildlife havens along the Coast & Castles route which runs all the way from Edinburgh to Newcastle.

For golf fans, there are scenic courses at Foxton, Alnmouth, Alnwick and Dunstanburgh, while fishing enthusiasts can cast a line on the River Aln with permits available locally. For sporting and corporate parties, shooting can be arranged on a number of nearby estates offering excellent opportunities for both driven or walked-up shooting days. Bespoke packages can be arranged on request.

History buffs will delight in visits to the grand stately homes and medieval castles of the area - Warkworth, Bamburgh and Lindisfarne stand as reminders of the area’s turbulent past, or head inland to the magnificent Alnwick Castle and Gardens or Chillingham Castle for a super day out.

For something different, why not head to Ingram to experience a star-gazing treat under the outstanding dark skies of the Northumberland National Park, or pack your mountain bike, walking boots and climbing kit to experience the endless traffic-free trails and dramatic open landscapes of the Cheviot and Simonside Hills, taking in iron-age hill forts, Hadrian’s Wall and some amazing panoramic vistas along the way.

Ground Floor

Large open plan living/dining/kitchen with vaulted ceilings and oak flooring throughout. The sitting room features elegant furnishings with large double sofas and armchairs in leather and tweed offering a comfortable space to relax. Double-sided woodburner (logs supplied). Technology includes a large wall mounted flatscreen TV with Freeview, DVD player and selection of DVDs.

The dining area seats eight comfortably around a large oak dining table. The professional catering kitchen with granite work surfaces is fully equipped with a 5 burner hob with wok ring, double Range cooker, full size double fridge/freezer, microwave, integrated dishwasher, and a walnut bar area with wine fridge. Large glazed doors open out into the front courtyard area.

Bedroom 1 - with zip and link beds which can be adapted to super king or twin as required, double wardrobe, side tables, flatscreen TV with Freeview. En-suite bathroom with underfloor heating, large walk-in rainforest shower, heated towel rail, WC, and basin.

Bedroom 2 - with zip and link beds which can be adapted to super king or twin as required, side tables, double wardrobe, flatscreen TV with Freeview. En-suite bathroom with large bath, separate walk-in shower, underfloor heating, heated towel rail, basin and WC.

Boot Room - with storage and hanging space for outdoor kit. Washing machine.

First Floor

Bedroom 3 - with super-king bed, side tables, dressing table, TV with Freeview. En-suite bathroom with large rainforest walk-in shower, bath, underfloor heating, heated towel rail, basin and WC.

Bedroom 4 - with king size bed, side tables, dressing table, storage cupboard, TV with Freeview. En-suite bathroom with walk-in shower and rainforest head, underfloor heating, heated towel rail, basin, WC.

Central heating throughout the property (thermostatically controlled), with underfloor heating in each of the en-suite bathrooms and boot room. Double-sided woodburner in the sitting room/dining room (logs supplied).

Wi-Fi and mobile coverage
Wi-Fi is available. There is good mobile coverage on most networks.

Guest amenities
The beds are made up with high quality White Company bed linen, and a hairdryer is supplied in each bedroom. Luxurious bath sheets and hand towels are provided for guests along with hand soaps and toiletries.

The Coach House can be taken on a purely self-catered basis, or a cook can be arranged throughout guests’ stay, for breakfasts or dinners only or to provide one-off celebratory meals for a special occasion. A homemade meal delivery is popular for guests’ first night and wine delivery is available in conjunction with renowned wine merchants Corney & Barrow.

Babies and children
A travel cot and high chair are available on request.

Two dogs are welcome at Coach House. There is a charge of £20 per dog. Dogs must be kept to the downstairs area of the property and are not permitted on the furniture. We would ask that dogs sleep in the boot room area. Crates can be provided on request.

Horses welcome
Stabling is available to guests wishing to bring their own horses for an additional fee - please enquire for details.

Outside store
There is a secure outside storage for outdoor kit such as bikes, fishing gear and golf clubs.

Garden and grounds
There is an enclosed cobbled courtyard to the front and rear of the house with outside furniture offering privacy for guests. A charcoal barbecue can be provided on request. A lawned garden sits to the side of the property which is shared with two nearby estate cottages. Directly opposite the property sits the River Aln which has an attractive lawned area with tables for picnics.

There is private parking for four cars in the courtyard to the front of the property.

No smoking
Smoking is strictly prohibited.
at a glance
Bath/Shower Rooms
Max No. of Guests
Child Friendly
Pet Friendly
Price Per Week
From £1240.00
Nearest Town
Alnmouth, Nr Alnwick
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"Many thanks for allowing us the use of the Coach House. It was beautifully presented in every way. Lesbury as we found out was a lovely centre for us explore Northumberland. From the coast to Kelso we wandered far and wide enjoying your beautiful county." - Matthews

"We enjoyed the house very much. It is very well appointed and in an excellent location. We would certainly recommend the Coach House and would return ourselves." - Bryden

"We had a lovely weekend, thank you. The Coach House is a beautiful property that has been kept to a very high standard. We will definitely be staying here again." - Parker

"We had a lovely stay at the Coach House, Lesbury - thank you. Everyone commented on how stunning the property was from the minute they opened the door. The living area space was wonderful for a group of 8 - so cosy and definitely had the "wow" factor. Bedrooms and bathrooms were lovely-comfy beds and cosy linen and it was commented by a few of the ladies that it was lovely to have such nice toiletries in the bathroom. Welcome hamper was very much appreciated and such a lovely touch. We felt that both the interior/exterior look of the house was presented to a very high standard. You expect to have a weekend away in a house that you could only dream of being your own....and this one certainly lived up to expectations! Thank you again-we are already planning our next Crabtree & Crabtree weekend away." - Cowe

"We had an excellent stay at the Coach House and I would recommend it without hesitation. Crabtree & Crabtree service was outstanding and I have nothing to suggest that needs improving. Thank you for your assistance in arranging our holiday." - Whitlie

"We had a wonderful time at the Coach House and already working out when we can return next year! The house and surroundings are beautiful!" - Mccartney

"Just to say we enjoyed our stay at the Coach House very much... a lovely property in an excellent location. All very good, and in retrospect we all wished we had booked for longer. Hopefully we might be back!" - Sadler

"I only have good things to say about Crabtree & Crabtree and the property that we hired for the weekend. The booking process and information I received was first class and I couldn't fault the service. Coach House at Lesbury was absolutely stunning. A beautifully restored and decorated building that had plenty of space for the 4 couples staying at the property. All of the bedrooms were an excellent size with very comfortable beds. It is a luxury to be able to find a property that has 4 en-suite bedrooms, a large lounge and dining room and a beautiful kitchen. The kitchen was well stocked with crockery, glasses etc. And even though I had taken things like salt, pepper, oil, tin foil, cleaning materials, tea and coffee, it was lovely to see that these things had been left from previous visitors as some rental properties leave nothing at all. The 'welcome' pack left for us was amazing and had some very tasty goodies in it!! I wouldn't hesitate in using or recommending Crabtree & Crabtree again for holiday rentals and hope to stay at the Coach House again." - Magnay

"We had a fantastic weekend, thank you – the cottage was wonderful, really high spec and beautifully decorated. We would definitely stay at the Coach House again, hopefully for longer than a weekend." - Lucas

"We have just returned home from a very relaxing weekend. The staff were friendly and helpful. The house is beautiful, well designed and of very high quality. There was a very generous welcome basket to greet us. Our time there was far too short and we hope to return soon. It is the first time we have booked through Crabtree & Crabtree and found the booking process efficient and easy." - Ibbotson