Fairy Tale Cottage Northside Farm Glamping Northumberland

As we’ve mentioned in Notes from Northside, earlier this year we worked incredibly hard to build four beautiful fairy tale cottages on the farm. We’re very proud of the end result and we loved seeing them in use over the busy summer months.

We might be biased, but we think they’re dreamy! Here are five reasons you should book the fairy tale cottages at Northside Farm…

Exterior Fairy Tale Cottage Northside FarmCosy blue and grey bedroom fairy tale cottage northside farm

Fairy Tale Cottages at Northside Farm

1. With just enough room for two adults, they’re perfect for a romantic getaway or minimoon.

2. Each tiny cottage has been decorated to the highest standard in a luxurious style. There’s underfloor heating throughout, so they’re cosy and warm all year round.

Cosy interior fairy tale cottage glamping NorthumberlandInterior of Fairy Tale Cottage

3. Each cottage features a double bed with luxury white linen, shower room with luxury white towels, a fitted kitchen with hob, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, cutlery and crockery, and an outside seating area

4. They offer a little more space and privacy than our wigwams. You can cook a proper meal in the kitchen and relax outside when the weather’s nice. Rather than sharing the communal bathrooms, you’ll have a shower room to yourselves.

5. Like all our glamping accommodation, you’ll be surrounded by nature. You simply cannot beat the stunning Northumberland countryside!

Useful Information

The cottages have a two-night minimum stay. There are no children or dogs allowed, but they’re always very welcome in our wigwams. You can find out more about glamping at Northside Farm here.

Although the fairy tale cottages aren’t included in our wedding packages, they can easily be added. It’s up to you whether you allocate them to guests or spend your first night as a married couple somewhere really special.

If you have any questions or would like to enquire about availability, do get in touch. We can’t wait to see you down on the farm!

Photo credits:

Diane Makepeace Photography