Katerina's
Guest House

O
ut &
About
Katerina's Guest House Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Rothbury, Northumberland, UK



Accommodation - En-suite Four Poster BedroomsWelcome
 
For Holidays
and
Vacations
in
Rothbury, Northumberland,
North East
England








Alnwick Castle

 


Rothbury and the Simonside Hills


Cragside House
 

Rothbury stands in the tranquil and picturesque valley of the River Coquet and is surrounded by some of the prettiest scenery in Northumberland.

Its central location makes Rothbury an ideal base for touring and exploring whilst its rural situation makes it ideal for a good old fashioned country holiday with all manner of outdoor pursuits.

In and around the village, you can ramble along riverside walks, traverse airy ridges with stunning vistas in all directions or relax in one of the local tea shops or country pub restaurants.

There are also plenty of activities to entertain even the most energetic individuals:

  • Walking
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Cycling
  • Bird Watching
  • Tennis
  • Bowling
  • Horse Riding
  • Rock Climbing
  • Mountain Biking

The countryside all around is studded with castles and stately homes. Cragside, Brinkburn Priory, Wallington Hall, Alnwick Castle and its intriguing gardens, Warkworth Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle and Bamburgh Castle are all within a comfortable driving distance.

On the coastline there are miles of magnificent beaches, sand dunes, towering cliffs and pretty coastal villages such as Alnmouth, Craster, Beadnell and Seahouses. The whole area is a vast tract of natural beauty, still largely undiscovered.

Further afield, the Scottish Border Country and Hadrian's Wall are both less than an hour away by car, whilst even Edinburgh takes only just over an hour and a half.





Rothbury
Rothbury

River Coquet
The River Coquet

View of Simonside
View of Simonside

 

Contact Cath or Ian Mills at Katerina's Guest House

Sun Buildings, High Street
Rothbury, Northumberland
NE65 7TQ

 

Telephone: 01669 620691
Mobile: 0797 7555692
E-mail: Cath and Ian Mills