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The Old Track Room

Ponteland, Northumberland, England

The Old Track Room in Ponteland, Northumberland, England
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About The Old Track Room

Converted in 2005. Very warm and cosy cottage which can be booked with adjoining cottage (The Old Stables) to sleep up to 10 + 2 and 2 cots for babies (including 1 double sofa bed & 2 single folding beds in one lounge). Extremely quiet, but within half a mile of shops, restaurants & pubs. Everything included in rent except for towels which are extra (£6.00 per person).
Private, off road covered parking at door. Games room for the children (Snooker / pool, table tennis & darts). Hard tennis court in private garden. Have had many comments saying how comfortable and well equipped they are and also how well placed for visiting the area. Belsay Hall, Castle and gardens (English Heritage) approx 5 miles. Wallington Hall approx 14 miles and Cragside approx. 23 miles (both National Trust). Beautiful, clean uncrowded sandy beaches within half an hours drive. Beamish Museum, County Durham approx three quarters of an hour drive. Scottish border 40 miles. Also within 10 miles of both Newcastle upon Tyne and the Metro Centre, Gateshead for shopping.Guests are asked not to arrive before 3.00pm, nor leave later than 10.00am on the day of departure.


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