The Byre

The larger of the recent Reedsford conversions, The Byre offers comfortable bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms and boasts a spacious open plan kitchen/living space. An industrial touch adds character yet the feel remains true to the buildings’ traditional roots. All in all a stylish development.

A wonderful arched window accented by industrial lighting and Wild Plum colour scheme of charcoal greys and warm neutrals gives a “loft style” feel to the living area with panoramic views out over the surrounding hills, inviting you to get out and explore.

Aiming for a cosy atmosphere where guests can make the most of the state of the art wood burner, effective underfloor heating, ensuring a warm welcome at all times.

Step outside and the breathtaking views hit you like a force. If the idea of leaving the city behind is a tough one, The Byre at Reedsford if the perfect half way house. Guests are also invited to make use of the communal games room in the nearby granary.

The Byre at Reedsford, Northumberland, view from the top of the hill,

Beautiful cottage in ideal location for exploring and walking the dog.
Stunning stary skies a highlight. Thanks.

The Joicey family are proud to support Fine Cell Work and there are a number of cushions at the Byre
which showcase the talent of this charitable foundation. For more info click www.finecellwork.co.uk

 

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THE BYRE FLOOR PLAN

 

 

  • Kingsize bed
  • Superking bed with twin option
  • Log burning stove with plenty of logs
  • Welcome basket
  • Secure garden with seating
  • Freeview TV & DVD
  • WiFi
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Hairdryers
  • Outhouse with freezer and room for bikes, waders, boots etc
  • Dishwasher, double oven, microwave
  • 10 minutes from shops

Wild Plum-The Byre-Floor Plan

Hand drawn map indicating the positions within the Northumberland landscape of each of the Wild Plum holiday cottages

EXPLORE MORE…

Superb walks from the doorstep of all our cottages, ranging from leisurely rambles along the Bowmont Water and across the surrounding farmland to more challenging hill and moorland treks in the Cheviots.

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