Ingram House

Ingram House
NE66 4LT
Ingram House is a traditional 18th century farmhouse building, set in the stunning and idyllic Breamish Valley, and is a superb base for walker, cyclists & sightseers alike, who wish to explore the many beautiful & historic attractions that Northumberland has to offer. The Sandstone Way cycle route and cycle route 68 go past our door so we are a perfect place for an overnight stop. We also offer dinner to our guests by arrangement.

Ingram House stands in Northumberland National Park, which, in 2013, was designated the third largest gold star dark sky park in the world, which gives you the very best vantage point for discovering the night sky like never before. Our Summer House is the ideal place to sit if you wish to stargaze with the help of a telescope.

With old fashioned, traditional comfort a priority at Ingram House, you will find it a peaceful and relaxing experience. Tastefully decorated throughout. We offer a double room with ensuite bath at £80pn, a twin/double (king size bed) with ensuite bath at £85pn and two single rooms with shared bathroom at £40 each per night. All rooms have tea & coffee making facilities. WiFi is available.

You can enjoy an Aga cooked breakfast or an evening meal in our large dining room, with ingredients sourced locally.

Ingram House is near to Alnwick Castle and gardens, The Cheviot Hills, Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island.