Acorn - Northumberland
Acorn - Hot Tub - Holiday Home
Enjoy a relaxing break away in the country in this beautiful 6 man holiday home. You will find her on the beautiful Percy Wood Country Park. Submerge yourself in the bubbles of your hot tub, take a wander round the endless woodland walks, spotting wildlife as you go, or take in a free round of golf. This holiday has something for everyone.
It really has something for the whole family, with a master bedroom plus two extra twin rooms, walk in shower, toilet and vanity basin. Acorn is a great central location for discovering what Northumberland coast and countryside has to offer, including castles, stately homes, market towns, pretty villages and beaches.
Onsite there’s a children’s adventure playground area, small multipurpose games court, social areas and a coffee cart for refreshments. There are often guest takeaway food providers at the weekends at the nearby Bar Bar, based in the golf clubhouse, which does great value meals too.
Swarland is a lovely little village in Northumberland. Have afternoon refreshments at Nelsons coffee shop and sample their wonderful home cooked cakes and pastries over looking a great park where the kids can play. In the evening relax with a drink or two, play bingo and enjoy the live acts of the Swarland village club. In neighbouring villages sample some fabulous Northumbrian hospitality at the local pubs and restaurants.
We also offer free golf to our guests.
Property Type: Holiday Home
Location: Percy Woods Country Retreat, Swarland, Northumberland
General: Linen and towels provided
Kitchen:. Open plan living, fully equipped kitchen, fridge freezer, dining table and chairs. Washing machine.
Dining: Table and chairs
Living: Open plan living with a Sofa
Bedrooms: : 1 x double and 2 x twin
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom with shower Plus additional toilet
Suitability: Children welcome, same sex groups, families
Outside: Secure Terrace with Hot Tub for 6 people, table and chairs & Free parking for two cars
STRICTLY NO BBQ’S
We also offer free golf to all of our guests
Both are historic, individual Market Towns with independent shops, great restaurants and bars and their own attractions, such as Morpeth's Carlisle Park and Sanderson Arcade. Alnwick has the infamous Alnwick Castle, used to film parts of Harry Potter, Alnwick Gardens and Barter Books.
Northumberland has some of the best beaches in the UK, more than 30 miles of mostly wide, sandy beaches, with hidden coves and a wealth of rockpools to explore. Dogs are permitted on nearly all beaches throughout the year.
And of course the thing that sets Northumberland apart from other UK Counties - Castles! Over 70 Castles / Castle sites to visit from Warkworth to Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh to Berwick, from ruins to fully functional with visitor centres, there's a Castle here for you!
A boat trip to the Farne Islands is a trip you won't forget, seeing the UK's largest grey seal colony, as well a a wide variety of seabirds. Another great place to go bird watching is the national nature reserve on Holy Island, or the hides at Druridge Bay, Low Hauxley and Craster.
Check the tide times for a safe crossing over to Holy Island and explore the Priory, the Castle, beach and rockpools and the village itself - don't forget to take a sample of the world famous Lindisfarne Mead home with you.
Some of the larger coastal towns are great places to get active - Beadnell, Seahouses and Amble all host water sport activities, or venture inland to Keilder Water for a host of watersports, cycling trails and walking routes.
Also inland there are Roman forts and archeological sites galore, walk alongside the world famous Roman Wall, visit the tranquil towns or Corbridge and Hexham - Hexham Racecourse is one of the most beautiful courses in the UK if horseracing is your passion.
Relaxing weekend away by Pauline Tron
Reviewed On: 2021-05-12
Had a lovely weekend away with our grandson .quiet and peaceful . We were a few minutes walk from the woods which was a lovely walk through and a couple of minutes walk from park .Looking to book again .
Perfect location, stunning accomodation. by Stephanie Reay
Reviewed On: 2021-07-11
Lovely relaxing stay in what was a home away from home. Couldnt have asked for better. Will be back.
A fab short break in the North East by Sheila Pilling
Reviewed On: 2021-08-18
Just returned from a short break with the Grand children. Our first visit to the North East. A fabulous time had by all. The caravan was lovely. The living area is spacious, bedrooms a bit wee but did the job. Our Granddaughter described the bed as springs with a sheet on but for 3 nights it was fine. Hot tub was lovely. Good value. We will be back.