The Coach House in Crookham has five newly renovated studios, each sleep two people and are dog friendly. This 17th-century building was, as its name suggests, a former coach house and is reputed to be the oldest unfortified building in North Northumberland. Some studios have views of the edge of Cheviot hills and all lie under the famous Northumberland dark sky.
Each cosy studio has a modern lounge and kitchen with dishwasher, oven, microwave and an en-suite shower room. Guests are welcomed with wine, chocolates, flowers and dog treats.
There are two acres of fields to use, home to sheep and hens, and you can have fresh free-range eggs for breakfast every day. The Bluebell, a dog-friendly pub, is just 200 meters away.
The studios are close to the Battle of Flodden site in Branxton and the pretty villages of Ford & Etal, as well as being an easy drive to Berwick-upon-Tweed and the beautiful North Northumberland coast.
Bookings are via www.sykescotages.co.uk, click on the studio name above for further information.