Ancient farm remodelled in the nineteenth century and surrounded by fields of British rare-breed pedigree Whitebred Shorthorn cattle, Bagot goats and Cheviot sheep.
Cragend Grange, near Cragside, Rothbury, Northumberland, NE65 7XN
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‘Border Reiving’ Coquetdale is home to this ancient Northumberland ducal farm remodelled by Lord Armstrong of Cragside in the 19th century with a unique selection of Victorian hydraulic machinery within our buildings and surrounding estate.
We offer two B&B rooms ensuite, or self-catering accommodation and dogs are welcome.
Style meets history within our unique accommodation. Inspired by its history and the farm’s beautiful surroundings, the accommodation is tastefully furnished. Choose self-catering or Bed & Breakfast – the choice is yours. Consider staying in one of our historic cottages or our two exclusive B&B bedrooms. The Armstrong Wing was a Dairy, now a very large apartment style B&B room, and The West Room was part of a Granary, and is full of character with exposed beams and lots of history.
Cragend Farm offers holidaymakers the rare experience of staying in an ancient farm, remodelled by Lord Armstrong of Cragside to showcase his hydraulic machinery. Recently renovated and styled to reflect Victorian interiors with a relaxed farmhouse atmosphere.
There is free access to the grounds, with glorious views of Northumberland’s famously beautiful Coquet Valley.
Surrounded by fields of rare Breed Pedigree Whitebred Shornhorn cattle, Bagot goats, and Park Type Cheviot sheep, both our holiday cottage and our Bed and Breakfast rooms have plenty of character. Dog friendly.
The Armstrong Wing & West Room at Cragend Farm
Shaun and Lou Renwick welcome you to holiday in The Armstrong Wing and The West Room of Cragend Grange, where a delicious breakfast is cooked for you before you step out for the day. Historic heritage holiday accommodation, farming with rare breeds, and bio-mass sustainability.
Choose from a rustic, beamed farmhouse-style room or a luxurious boutique-style suite. There is history in every room and guests are welcome to view the historic hydraulics of Victorian Lord Armstrong of Cragside, located in the both the main buildings and Grade II* Silo.