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.