Price from £550
Step out the door to never-ending trails just waiting to be discovered
With a beguiling history dating right back to the 12th Century, it is best known for once having the highest shooting lodge in England, positioned nearly 1400ft above sea level.
While the shooting lodge has long since been lost, its original hope holds true, offering guests amazing big sky views and spectacular scenery with some indulgent accommodation too!Check Availability & Book View Video
Open plan sitting room/kitchen with double sofa, two armchairs, flat screen TV with Freeview, DVD player, wood burning stove. Large side feature window, with a separate door to the patio and garden. Dining space with seating for four.
Kitchen with granite work surfaces, gas hob, oven, large fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine. Please note there is no dishwasher since the off-grid power supply is unable to support both a dishwasher and washing machine.
Bedroom one with king size bed, side tables, stool, wardrobe with hanging and drawer space.
Zip and Link twin beds that can be made into a king size bed, on request, small wardrobe.
Family bathroom with bath with shower over, heated towel rail, basin and WC.
LPG gas central heating throughout the property. Woodburning stove in the sitting room. Wind felled logs are provided and can be topped up from the log store.
With the help of Tully’s of Rothbury a gift bag of locally sourced products awaits you along with a bottle of Berry Bros & Rudd English sparkling wine.
Two well-behaved dogs are welcome at a cost of £10 per dog per stay. They must be clean before access into the property and are not permitted on the furniture or in the bedrooms.
High quality bed linen and towels are provided for guests along with guest toiletries. A hairdryer is provided.
Gardens & Grounds
There is a garden to the front of the property with outside furniture, enclosed with a five bar fence. A barbecue can be made available in the spring and summer months on request.
Babies & Children
A travel cot and highchair are available on request.
Wi-fi and mobile coverage
Please note that due to the remote location of Kidlandlee wi-fi can be quite slow. We have installed an unlimited 4G router which is great for Wi-Fi calling, emails, surfing the internet. Streaming can buffer.
Mobile reception can be patchy depending on the network, with Vodafone offering the best connection. There is a landline at the nearby owner property for emergency use.
Please note that Kidlandlee is not on the national grid and is dependent on wind and solar power, with a generator for back-up. This means that the number of electrical appliances in the property is limited to the key essentials and a dishwasher cannot be supported.
There is private parking in the courtyard of the barns.
The cottage adjoins the Old Barn which sits in the same ownership and is also available for use as holiday let. This has an inner-connecting door when the two properties are taken together but is fully sound-proofed and lockable when taken independently.
The owners live in a nearby property and while they are on hand to help guests with any aspect of their stay, they are completely respectful of their privacy.
Access – Important
While the property is situated in a fabulous secluded position, it is important to note that this is accessed by a three mile long Forestry Commission track used by logging lorries which comprises loose gravel and cattle grids. This is steep in places and care should be taken, especially during the winter months, as adverse weather and heavy goods vehicles can leave the track rutted and pot-holed. Please drive slowly paying particular attention to the road surface. Sports cars and low suspension vehicles should be avoided. Four-wheel drive vehicles may be required in winter conditions. Please contact us if you have any concerns.
You can view our tailored Accessibility Statement for Leyland Barn here.
A drive of 4 miles will take you into Harbottle where you will find our little local pub The Star Inn. The little village shop at the back can provide you with essentials and whilst there it is worth checking out their amazing menu! Takeaways are just the ticket if you don’t feel like cooking.
Thropton (12 miles) 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. A new shop is currently being built in the village.
The charming village of Rothbury (14 miles) has a super selection of independent shops, galleries, pubs and cafes as well as a deli, bakery and butcher’s shop. It is worth taking a stroll along the river bank too whilst you are there as it is quite picturesque.
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“Beautiful location, amazing property with all the amenities you would need. We are already planning a return trip later this year it was that enjoyable!”