Set amid bejewelled colours of the surrounding patchwork countryside, we present Lookout South. Coupled together with Lookout North, along a winding arable trail you will find panoramic views to linger over, from a strategically placed chair, whilst you plan your next Northumbrian adventure. A bird-watcher’s paradise.
To the exterior, Lookout South boasts terracotta tiles and original London stone. The cottage has been cleverly reworked with more than a nod to original features, whilst losing none of its artisanal charm.
Bold interior shades of coral, aqua and obsidian meet neutral toned walls, where pools of natural light flood through the expansive windows. Meticulously planned, brand new interiors work well to provide holidaymakers with maximum comfort: a log burner (plentiful logs provided) adds instant warmth to the welcoming, comfy seating area. Wild Plum ensures that all beds and mattresses are of the highest quality, with White Company bedlinen throughout, in well appointed enchanting bedrooms.
BRING YOUR BINOCULARS!
OYSTERCATCHERS, SKYLARKS, LINNETS, SWALLOWS, CHIFFCHAFFS, SEDGE WARBLERS – TO NAME A FEW OF THE THIRTY SPECIES OF BIRDS THAT HAVE BEEN SPOTTED AROUND THE LOOKOUT COTTAGES – IF BIRD-WATCHING IS YOUR PASSION – THIS IS PARADISE!
Lookout South is a two bedroom, one bathroom cottage. With the same high-specification and similar colour palette as Lookout North encouraging open plan living, this bijou retreat ushers the outdoors in with its expansive windows bringing views across Northumbrian pasture. The artist, the nature-lover or tranquility-seeker will all love it here.
Lookout South benefits from a good-sized boot room, perfect for wellies, outdoor kit and muddy dogs, leading out to a private enclosed outdoor space. (Please note that although the road is quiet, we strongly recommend keeping dogs and young children away from the front area of the cottages).
BOOK BOTH COTTAGES FOR A FAMILY CELEBRATION HOLIDAY WITH PLENTY ROOM FOR TWO FAMILIES OR FOR A YOGA RETREAT WITH FRIENDS.
Hay Farm Heavy Horse Centre on the Ford and Etal estate is well worth visiting during your stay. A not for profit working farm where all activities are ploughed back into the centre for running costs, drop by to meet the beautiful horses and check out the website for carriage rides and other activities.