The upper floor of the original farmhouse has been converted into accommodation for up to six people in three double bedrooms, one en suite, two sharing a bathroom. Out of respect for his guests’ privacy, Andrew never part-rents to individuals or couples. Dogs are welcome and there is a television room where the extended group can socialise.
The rooms are named for Richard Dunwoody’s most celebrated racehorses, notably the mighty Desert Orchid and two Grand National winners, West Tip and Miinnehoma. Breakfast is not included, but available in the Rocking Horse Cafe downstairs. The farmhouse is ideally situated for exploring Northumberland’s amazing coastline, historic castles and several popular wedding venues.