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Orchard House
High Street
Rothbury
Northumberland

NE65 7TL

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A Georgian House of charm, character and style.
The Orchard House is a townhouse in the idyllic location of the picturesque village of Rothbury on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, surrounded by the Cheviot Hills.
Our aim is to offer a rather special place to stay, providing simple elegance and unrivalled comfort. Casual but refined, understated but with luxurious touches in an environment where you can truly feel at home.

In this delightful Georgian House, beds are dressed with crisp white linen and duck down duvets. All rooms offer complimentary bathrobes, daily newspapers, fresh flowers, turndown service and luxury toiletries.

Breakfast at The Orchard House is a lavish affair with an emphasis on fresh local ingredients, organic and fair-trade produce. Eggs are free range from a local farm whilst each morning orange juice is freshly squeezed and our croissants baked. Traditional English breakfasts are served alongside more modern interpretations or if you prefer something lighter the sideboard offers you a generously varied selection of local cheeses, charcuteries, fresh fruits and freshly baked pastries. Vegetarian, wheat-free and special diets are available on request.

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