Hemmel House

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  • #Family
  • #Rural

£895.50 per week as of 05/06/2023

STYLISH ECO-COTTAGE - Hemmel House is a stunning and contemporary eco-cottage in the countryside of Northumberland. Everything about the design of the cottage has been thought about with the environment in mind, from the heating system which is entirely powered by an air source heat pump to the heat recovery ventilation system. The property has step-free access, and the master bedroom has an en suite wetroom, making this an ideal stay for wheelchair users. Sleeps 6 🛏️

THE HIGHLIGHTS
Everything about the property has been conceived, designed and executed with the environment in mind, from the heating system which is entirely powered by an air source heat pump to the heat recovery ventilation system.
From the parking spaces to the entirety of the ground floor there are no steps, varying levels or lips, and there is extra space to accommodate wheelchairs between kitchen units, making this an ideal property for guests with limited mobility.
The lawn and terrace can also be accessed without steps, and the wet room off the master bedroom is designed for wheelchair users.
Non-feather bedding, WiFi, no-footboard beds and full laundry facilities make this large property an ultra-comfortable accommodation choice. With the full breadth of the Northumberland coast practically on your doorstep, history buffs, foodies and outdoor enthusiasts will all be within easy reach of great activities.
Substantially larger parties of up to twenty six guests can often be accommodated by booking the opposite houses, Stable Cottage and Dunstan Hall, which sleep four and eighteen guests respectively.
Onsite EV charging point, the type 2 socket is completely universal and allows you to charge any type of electric vehicle using the appropriate charging cable.

YOU SHOULD KNOW
Pets are not permitted.
There is space for three cars.
Typically arrival and departure days are Monday and Friday.

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