Discover them all whilst staying
at our cosy cottage

There is a lot to see in the surrounding areas of Wooler discover all you can do while staying at our cosy cottage.

Places Of Interest In The Area

Northumberland is home to more castles than any other county in England. Here you will be able to explore famous fortresses, ghostly grounds and opulent state rooms. A day spent at one of Northumberland castles is definitely a day to remember. 

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The cottage is named after the Chevy Chase Fell Race, an annual event organised by the Wooler Running Club.
The race starts and ends a mere 100 yards from the cottage.

The race is a 20 mile journey through some of the finest upland scenery within the National Park, giving runners of all ages the opportunity to channel their energies into a rewarding and demanding challenge that tests both their personal fitness and stamina.

Chevy Chase is located on a slight incline, some two minutes stroll from the Wooler village centre. Wooler sits on the banks of the Wooler Water, a tributary of the River Till and ultimately the River Tweed.

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information centre

Berwick upon Tweed
tourism page

This garrison town some 16 miles drive away sits on the banks of the mighty river Tweed at its estuary with the North Sea. The town is fully surrounded by major fortified walls; these are open to visitors and provide a leisurely stroll around the circumference of the town, where one can admire the views and the wonderful feat of engineering.

To the west of the village lies Northumberland National Park (4 miles) covering some 400 square miles and is designated an area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and is the least populated of the English National Parks.

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national park website
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In close proximity are four scenic valleys, Beamish, Harthope, Coquet and College, recently voted the most tranquil location in England. The National Park provides some of the most spectacular walking in the country with its vast expanse of grouse moors, where splendid solitude abates.


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