Brockmill Farmhouse – Accommodation on Holy Island
Within the gorgeous rolling countryside of North Northumberland, just opposite Lindisfarne, lies the delightful Holy Island accommodation of Brockmill Farmhouse. This tranquil luxury bed and breakfast is located on the landward side of the causeway. It is the ideal location from which to discover the stunning Northumbrian countryside, World Heritage coastline, castles, stately homes, and exciting outdoor sports that the region has to offer.
Brockmill Farmhouse, Holy Island We are adjacent to St.Cuthberts and St.Oswalds Way walks, and all main cycle routes go past the entrance to Brockmill.
Stay in this wonderful guest house situated opposite Holy Island, and you will feel relaxed, revived and rejuvenated, with its warm welcome, superb standard of service, stunning interiors, and delicious surrounding countryside.
Lindisfarne, is known as the birthplace of Christianity in England, and with its castle, abbey, tidal causeway, and great beauty, it is a favourite attraction in the region for visitors.
Brockmill Farmhouse on Holy Island is exceedingly easy to get to and from. Located close to the main transport route to the North, the A1, and with easy train access from all areas of the country to neighbouring Berwick upon Tweed, there are also domestic and International flights at Newcastle and Edinburgh airports, plus coaches and taxis from local towns.
When you arrive at Brockmill, you will be greeted by your hosts, and cordially invited into their delightful home. Originally forming part of the Haggerston Castle Estate, Brockmill is a working farm of approximately one hundred and fifty acres, which derives its charming name from the local vernacular for badger, and the primary use of the buildings as a mill. Although the badger population has dwindled since its construction more that two hundred years ago, Brockmill Lindisfarne accommodation still has many sets, and lots of other native wildlife.
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Well appointed and beautifully styled the farmhouse has a warm and welcoming atmosphere, where you will feel at home right away. Naturally you will have your own access and keys, so you can come and go as you please. As well as being a superb Lindisfarne bed and breakfast, Brockmill farm has a charming small touring caravan site, with great facilities.
Brockmill Farmhouse bed and breakfast near Holy Island has four gorgeous bedrooms for you to choose from. Each one is lovingly styled with great taste to make your stay as welcoming and comfortable as possible.
All the room’s feature luxury en-suites or private bathrooms with complimentary toiletries, TV’s with DVD and Freeview, and a complimentary selection of hot beverages.
During the evening guests can, by prior arrangement, have a self-catering kitchen, which has essentials such as milk, tea and coffee, as well as all the facilities you will need to prepare evening meals during your stay. Accommodation, Brockmill Farmhouse
Guests may also use the dinning and drawing room, which is comfortably furnished with a TV and a selection of videos to watch. Breakfast is also served in this room, which has a lovely bay window and attractive views. If you have special dietary requirements for breakfast please let your hosts know at the time of booking or on arrival, and they will be delighted to prepare something especially for you.
Guests at this accommodation in Lindisfarne will be delighted to note that it is only a short distance from the island its self, which can be visited, when the tides permit, via the road causeway.
Located close by its own nine-hole Haggerston Golf Club, Brockmill Farmhouse is ideal for exploring the region and enjoying outdoor sports. Guests will be delighted to note that staying at this Holy Island Accommodation option entitles them to play at Haggerston Golf Course for half price!
With plenty of golf courses, trout and salmon fishing in the river Tweed and off shore, cycling and walking on St Cuthbert’s Way, horse riding, pony trekking, quad biking near Berwick, hill walking in the Cheviot Hills, diving off the coast near Eyemouth, clay pigeon shooting near Wooler, and miles and miles of golden sandy beaches for building sand castles, Brockmill is the perfect guest house near Holy Island to discover the area without being restricted by the tides.