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Welcome to Kidlandlee

For lovers of the great outdoors or those seeking a blissful escape from it all, the beautifully secluded location of our luxury holiday cottages and barn converstions offer peace and tranquillity where the landscape takes centre stage.

Book any 7+ night stay in 2019 before 31st January 2019 to receive a 15% discount.  


Sitting 1400 feet above sea level deep in the heart of the Northumberland National Park, this is a place of big sky views and never-ending walking and cycling from the doorstep.

Kidlandlee is an off-grid experience but benfits from sustainable solar and wind power along with a modern central heating system. The sitting rooms feature log fires which may be stocked with wood harvested from the nearby forests, just right for days when a good book and a slower pace beckons.

Surrounded by the beautifully rugged hills of the Upper Coquet Valley in the heart of the National Park, this really is a place to escape the crowds and get away from it all. The cottages and barns are located within the Northumberland Dark Sky park which is the largest protected sky in Europe. It has gold tear status which makes it a destination for star gazers from around the world.

For family days why not visit nearby beaches, castles and stately homes or just hop on a train and explore Edinburgh within the hour!

If a relaxing holiday is the theme for your stay then why not pre book a relaxing set of treatments and massages with Nicola's Holistic Mobile Spa

Whether it be the executive escape or fun filled family holiday, the calm natural beauty of Kidlandlee will certainly send you home relaxed, refreshed and plenty of fond holiday memories.

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"Amazing accommodation, amazing views, thank you so much for a fantastic weekend".

Location

A drive of 3 miles will take you to Clennell Hall in Harbottle which has an excellent bar and restaurant for eating-out, along with the occasional music evening which brings locals and visitors together for a little entertainment.

Alternatively the village of Thropton (11 miles) has a small village shop selling general provisions and also has two pubs including the highly regarded Three Wheat Heads, a traditional 300-year-old coaching inn which has a cosy lounge bar and fine dining restaurant serving a varied and interesting menu using fine local produce from the Coquet Valley.

For a wider variety, head to the charming village of Rothbury (14 miles) which has a super selection of independent shops, galleries, pubs and cafes as well as a deli, bakery and butchers shop.

“Thanks. Enjoyed our stay in the cottages - views to good to describe in words. Great for walking and cycling just wish we had more time here”
Jill and Simon. Hexham
“This is our sixth visit. Good to see the cottages are still welcoming and warms ever but with a few more mod cons. Great relaxing holiday and hope to be back soon”
The Allens
“Our fourth visit  to Kidlandlee. We love this home from home. To return to such comfort after a long day walking is just wonderful. See you next year!”
James and Chris. Northfolk
“My goodness this cottage is a find....no wonder so many people keep coming back.”
Shropshire gang
“Just Lovely! Greeted with a warm welcome and very comfy cottage with thoughtful touches. Excellent walking country with not a soul in sight, weather was kind to us too!”
Jackie and kathy. London
“Amazing accommodation, amazing views, thank you so much for an amazing weekend.”
The Hicks family. Kent

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Address. Kidlandlee, Harbottle, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7DA

Tel No. 01669 650472

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