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Northumberland National Park is known to be home to come of the cleanest air and darkest skies in all of the UK. Largely untouched by light and air pollution, this spot is ideal for those looking to recharge and get back to nature. Surroundings as beautiful as these make a welcome break from a 9-5 staring at a screen. Whether you’re seeking out waterfalls or woodland you will find perfect picnic spots, wonderful walks, and excellent cycling opportunities. After a busy day in the fresh air, enjoy putting your feet up with a cup of tea in your own cottage.
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DarrenHartlepool - verified booking
"The property was amazing. Driving up to the church it looks fantastic, set in rural Northumberland. It was very easy to get to with easy instructions from the owners. The accommodation is large, very large. With big open plan spaces and a wonderful kitchen diner. The restoration of the church is wonderful with lots of its original features retained. The stained glass window, the other windows, and the doorways all make it a special building. The church is kitted out with top class fixtures and fittings and the kitchen stocked with quality gear. Dishwasher, washing machine, ovens etc all top of the range. There are a couple of smart TVs linked up to the excellent Wi-Fi (needed as there is no mobile signal). Lots of books and board games too. We stayed with friends and found the place big enough to find your own space and not be on top of each other. I was concerned that the building would be cold but I never once felt cold. A large log burner, central heating, and I think under floor heating made the place toasty. The bedrooms were all finished to a high standard and individual and quirky. I loved the hall way where we could leave muddy boots and clean the dog after a walk. The place welcomes dogs. Good location if you want to getaway from it all. Its about 15 mins drive to a well stocked village of Bellingham and about 10 minutes to the very beautiful and underrated Kielder water. The only downside I can think of is the bedrooms are under the kitchen diner and on a morning some of the early rises woke the sleepers up with footsteps on the wooden floor. Also we had a toddler and we couldn’t find a stair gate. Other than that I really really like this place and would certainly come back again. Loved my stay here."
Sprocker T - verified booking
"Had a wonderful stay here. Beautifully converted church and very well equipped. The bedrooms aren't the largest, but are adequate, with lovely bathrooms. The vestry bedroom is quite cold, but a fan heater is provided and the heating can be set to stay on all night, in that room, if needed. The rest of the bedrooms were lovely and warm. The living space is excellent. Plenty of space to relax and lovely big, well equipped kitchen. Loads of parking, providing your companions know how to park!! The parking is open to the road so could be a risk for dogs/kids. Didn't cause me any problems as both my Spaniel and my child are very well trained! Only downside is, due to the style of the beautiful conversion, that it's quite "loud". Everyone can hear everything, especially with a family as loud as mine! Handy when try to round up the kids for meals/bedtimes etc. as they couldn't claim they hadn't heard! Due to the graveyard, fascinating to look around, the garden area is away from the church. This is a pleasant area, but we didn't use it due to the weather not being good enough. We also didn't use the tennis courts as I forgot the rackets! The owners are just next door and are lovely and very helpful. Nothing is too much trouble and they are happy for you to use their garden (and hosepipe when dealing with a dirty Spaniel). 10 minutes up the road (left out of the gate) and you are at Kielder water. Had lovely walks there, with the dog, each morning and evening. Overall I can't recommend this place highly enough. Hoping for a return visit in the future."
sharpmike2010 - verified booking
"This is one of the best properties we have stayed in. Excellent for a family get together, so well furnished and a great location. The space is fantastic and well designed. On entering the property you get the wow factor, very much a "Grand Designs" moment. The heating was superb, with loads of hot water - we never felt cold. The bedding is of a very high quality and beds / mattresses all superb. 3 of the bedrooms have ensuite - the twin shares with one of these but is probably fine if there are two children. Wifi really useful as there is no mobile signal - but there is a landline so you are contactable in emergencies. Some reviewers have mention the noisy upstairs floor - you can hear it in the bedrooms on the ground floor - but something you get used too quickly and we are not the sort to lie in. Good idea to get Grocery delivery (Tesco) on the Friday night as makes it so easy. Unfortunately, Waitrose don't deliver but nearest Branch is in Hexham for click and collect All credit should go to the owners as this is a great example of how you can make such a cosy and comfortable retreat from a listed building. Make sure you visit Keilder - fantastic walks and scenery. Also good local walks at Falstone and surrounding villages. All in all a great holiday home in a great location. PS Just been looking for somewhere similar to stay with family next year in North of England - finding it very difficult to find somewhere as good as Greystead, so will probably end up going back!"
Jill W - verified booking
"I had the pleasure of staying at Greystead at the end of May 2015, with three generations of my family, ages ranging from 2 and half to 74 years and all of our needs were more than catered for. The accommodation is spotlessly clean, warm and welcoming with many thoughtful touches that made our stay both memorable and enjoyable. The facilities are first rate, no expense has been spared, the beds and bed linen were top quality and extremely comfortable. All the appliances were of a high specification and user friendly. The tennis court and gardens were easily accessed, just on the other side of the gate, adjoining the church yard. There is a pleasant lawned area to kick a football or exercise the dog, while being surrounded by breathtaking views and grazing sheep. The conversion itself is both well considered and sympathetic, retaining many original features, yet providing a very practical and comfortable living space. The layout is such that the whole family could be together, although often occupied with different activities. The owners live nearby and could not have been more welcoming or helpful, nothing was too much trouble. We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Greystead and truly did not want to leave. The owners deserve every success with this venture, the thought, care and attention to detail is apparent in every room. I would give Greystead my highest recommendation and look forward to returning very soon."
Claretta - verified booking
"Most self-catering properties are a bit of a disappointment compared to the photographs on the website (at least in my experience), but you certainly couldn't say that about S39302. This is an exceptionally good conversion of a wonderful Gothic church, and although the property still has a churchy feel, it has been brought bang up to date with hotel-quality bathrooms, antique furniture, and a fabulously well equipped kitchen. All the furnishings are first class, with lovely white linen and fluffy towels. Decent wifi, which you need as there is NO mobile phone reception for miles around! As others have commented, the upstairs floor is a bit creaky so if you are an early riser, your friends/family will hear you crashing about. But we were there with three other couples and found there was plenty of space for all of us. We made good use of the tennis court although the net could do with some TLC (but the audience of sheep and the lovely surroudning countryside more than made up for this). There are plenty of walks from Bellingham, and dozens more just a short drive away. We also did the 26 mile cycle ride round Kielder Water, which was quite exhausting but well worth the effort. All in all, I cannot recomment this property too highly. And as an example of what nice people the Monroes are - when our dishwasher broked down on our last day, they offered to come in and do the washing up for us while we were out walking!"