A Countryside Christmas at Beltingham House

Beltingham

When planning this year’s Christmas campaign, the team at QP didn’t have to go far to find the ideal, picturesque setting of Beltingham House.

Set in 5 acres of ground, Beltingham House is a classical Georgian country house located in one of Northumberland’s prettiest hamlets, Beltingham, in the pleasant South Tyne Valley. 

Dating from 1750, this historic home was once owned by the Bowes-Lyon family for several generations. Visited by royalty including the late Queen Mother and Princess Margaret, the luxurious home is the perfect escape to the countryside for those looking for a quiet retreat.

Since being acquired by a celebrated local interior designer, the home has been tastefully and respectfully restored. In blending the original features of the house with simple, clean lines, the end result is a home of both luxury and comfort. 

The home is a 7 bedroom Georgian manor house set in 7 acres close to Hadrian’s wall. This exceptional accommodation can cater to up to 14 guests in 5 star luxury. For those looking to enjoy the unspoiled countryside, the home includes a quaint walled garden, orchard and woodland. Keen anglers can take advantage of the River Tyne which is renowned for salmon fishing while hikers can discover nearby Hadrian’s Wall for a taste of history.

Christmas at Beltingham House

Enjoy this stately home throughout the year and during the festive season, with Christmas and New Year breaks starting from £2500. Imagine warming up by the original Georgian fireplace surrounded by family and loved ones on a cosy winter’s day or seeing in the New Year amidst the beauty of the Northumbrian countryside.

How to Book

For rates and availability email info@beltinghamhouse.co.uk or visit their website. For inspiration and behind the scenes pictures follow them on Instagram @beltinghamhouse

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