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Brunton House and Holiday Cottages, Northumberland
Brunton House and Holiday Cottages offer a choice of luxury self-catering holiday cottages in an ideal location midway between Alnwick and Bamburgh close to Northumberland's Heritage
Brunton House and
Holiday Cottages are located at Brunton Farm, a working farm that is part of Fallodon Estate, on the edge of the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB.) The farm
stretches to within two fields of the famous, unspoilt, sandy Northumberland beaches. The whole estate can be explored on foot or by bicycle. The area is famous for its red squirrels and
there is a large amount of wildlife such as deer, owls and otters, plus a huge range of coastal and farmland birds.
As well as the farm being run organically, the whole Fallodon Estate is managed with a focus on sustainability. All of the holiday cottages at Brunton are heated by two large woodchip
boilers that are powered using timber from the woods and the sawmill on the estate. Logs are provided for the Clearview wood-burning stoves in each house, perfect for chilly winter evenings,
although the houses are extremely well insulated. To get a breath of fresh air, just pull open the floor-to-ceiling glass doors, and step out on to the stone terrace, which overlooks the burn,
fields, the lake and the sea in the distance.
Brunton had a watermill for hundreds of years, with the first reference to it dating from the 13th century, when it was given to the canons of Alnwick Abbey, who were 'granted leave to grind
corn at the Brunton Mill'. Below the mill is a lake, stocked with trout, where guests are welcome to fish.
Brunton was owned by the Grey family in the 19th century as part of the wider Fallodon Estate. The Grey family was steeped in British political history. The Prime Minister, Charles Grey,
was born at Fallodon Hall, and the last Grey to live there was Sir Edward Grey, who was Foreign Secretary during the First World War and a famous ornithologist and fly fisherman. The
Fallodon Estate has been owned by the Bridgeman family since the end of the Second World War.
On arrival, guests receive a large and generous welcome basket (see information section.)
Please contact us if you have any questions.