This property was built in 1893 as a dedicated post office with its own sorting room and telegraph facilities, then many years later it was lovingly restored and made into a B&B. Inside are high quality fixtures, fittings and many thoughtful extras. The hospitality is excellent and enhanced with home-baking as well as the offer of a glass of the famous Lindisfarne Mead. Breakfast is a highlight of a stay. This is a wonderful location, close to the coastal areas of Bamburgh and Seahouses but just a few minutes’ drive from the A1. The Cheviots are also in easy striking distance.
Ground-floor rooms: 1
Single room, minimum price: £79
Double room, minimum price: £89
Credit cards accepted
Closed: 24–26 December
Freeview TV in rooms
Other facilities: Nespresso machine, chocolates, speciality toiletries, robes, slippers
No children under: 15 years
Secure cycle storage
From A1 follow signs for Belford, into village centre, opposite St Marys Church. Parking at rear of property.