Ingram House

01665 578906
NE66 4LT
There are few places more suited for a relaxing break than Northumberland. Spend idyllic days walking the hills and enjoying the vast rural expanses. Seek out the ancient treasures in the castles and ancient sites and monuments, or take part in a bewildering array of activities on an incredible and dynamic coastline. All of this is yours from the comfort and amenity provided by Ingram House, a beautiful 18th century former farmhouse situated between Alnwick and Berwick upon Tweed, where the hospitality is warm and welcoming and accommodation comfortable and well appointed.

Accommodation is offered within two rooms, one double and one twin, both styled in a traditional manner in keeping with age and appeal of the property. Each with their own en suite bathrooms, the bedrooms further benefit from television and tea and coffee making facilities. Tariff is £70 per room per night and £50 for single occupancy Monday to Thursday. Included in the price is breakfast, which is served in the family dining room and features the very best of fresh local produce wherever possible. Ingram House is a non-smoking establishment.
A hearty home cooked dinner is available at Ingram House by prior arrangement.

The house enjoys a wonderful setting, within the Breamish Valley in the Northumberland National Park. Hillwalking is a particular local pleasure and the Cheviots provide plenty of opportunities to don the walking boots. Some of the walks can be quite challenging but the stunning views when you complete them are a just reward. There are a great many other local and wider attractions and your hosts Adrian and Jane Levien will be happy to point you in the right direction for enjoying the best of them.