Staying at Cragend Grange
Kick off your shoes, put your feet up and make yourself at home. Our stunning Northumbrian bedrooms have something for everyone. Whether you want a traditional rustic farmhouse style room with high beams and packed with history, or a luxurious large suite with a private entrance and boutique style furnishings, there is something for you.
Bed & Breakfast is on offer in both 'The Armstrong Wing’ and the ‘West Room’ of Cragend Grange.
Prices range from £126 per night with discounts for more than 2 nights including breakfast.
Our Breakfast Menu is available to view on our blog.
The Armstrong Wing: Large room with Super King Bed and large ensuite bathroom (2 floor mattresses available for children £10 each).
The West Room: Character, history and comfort with King Size bed with ensuite shower room (space for travel cot).
Recently covered in a magazine article, our rooms are full of character and style.
We are very happy to receive people on short notice if we can. "Stay With Us" Gift cards are available for you to give to a friend or relative.
Our 16th century barn re-modelled by Lord Armstrong of Cragside in 1870's now converted into a home; two bedrooms available for earnest travellers to Northumberland. Next door to Cragside National Trust property.
Children and Dogs welcome.
The bedrooms are part of the house and therefore you can be part of the family if you wish. Breakfast is served in the large kitchen with a wood burning cooker and oak beams. Use of kitchen on request.
Cragside is a National Trust property and Cragend Farm's heritage is linked to the estate. Rothbury is just a few miles away and is a vibrant Northumberland village. Alnwick and Bamburgh are a short drive away with the coast and Holy Island just further north.
The Coquet Valley has natural flora and fauna all around. The National Park and the conservation areas of Rothbury are very beautiful. With Dark Sky status in the National Park we are also privileged to have amazing clear skies for star gazing here on cloudless nights.
Cyclists, walkers or foodies will find much to see and do. Sandstone Way is near by.
Access from A1 to the A697 to the B6344 from Morpeth or Wooler, Alnwick, Newcastle, Hexham, Amble, Bamburgh.
Parking is free on the farm. No caravans. 35 minutes to the sea. 40 minutes to Newcastle. Places to eat: please ask as there are many different pubs and restaurants locally.
Walkers, cyclists, and dog owners welcome. Near Rothbury. Cragside is next door, and we are proud that Lord Armstrong once owned this farm too. Cragend has a weighbridge a turbine and a hydraulic silo (Grade II* listed) all built by Lord Armstrong in the 1880's. Cragside, Hadrians Wall, Alnwick Castle, Wallington, Gibside, Brinkburn Priory, Holy Island etc. Sandstone Way is near by. Close to many National Trust and English Heritage sites.
Eco Credentials: The farm heating and water is run on wood burning bio-mass burners. All wood is sourced locally. Made in Britain.
This is a working farm. We have fresh eggs and logs for sale. Seasonal vegetables. Fishing available on request. POA
This is a family home and we ask you to respect that.
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Lou and Shaun were extremely hospitable and welcoming. We were given clear directions and advice. The accommodation surpassed expectations and we were very comfortable. The history of the place is fascinating and our hosts were happy to share information. Cragend Grange is in a beautiful location and we are keen to return soon. Highly recommended.Angela - B&B
Exceptional historical farm accommodation with welcoming hosts. Beautifully restored farm in rural location just around the corner from Cragside. Lovely extra large bed in huge bedroom. Great fresh breakfast. Fantastic hosts, Lou and Shaun who really could not have done more to make us feel welcome. Just sorry we weren't able to stay longer!B from Co.Durham Armstrong Wing
Northumberland offers so many challenges and delightful scenery for the cyclist and Cragend Farm is the perfect base. Lou and Shaun will be able to offer excellent local knowledge on routes of varying lengths as well as hearty breakfasts and secure cycle storage.R & S King, Oxon
I headed out on the first day to explore the Northumberland National Park and had the roads almost to myself (during the Easter holidays!!) Although slightly more undulating than my home in the Cotswolds, Northumberland packed in regular climbs without ever becoming too daunting. Shaun offered to show me the route of the Tour of Britain which would have been fun.
On day two, I made the most of the Cragside Estate's 6 mile carriage route and completed a few circuits of this. The Cragend Estate borders Lou and Shaun's Cragend Farm and it's great fun whizzing around the estate, passing the many lakes and varied scenery, climbing the hills steadily and whizzing down the far side and through the archway and over the cobbles of Cragside House and then passing the farm two or three times. The Cragside Loop is on Strava and I managed the 6 mile loop in just under 30 minutes. The record of 17 minutes 20 seconds will take some beating!!
On my third day, after a more informed chat with Shaun, I ventured into the Northumberland National Park again and completed a 30 mile loop with about 3000 feet of climbing. The scenery is stunning and the cycling options are so varied. The welcome at Cragend Farm is exceptional, a real treat for cyclists.
I'm already planning my next trip to Cragend Farm and either a ride to the coast or a quick dart into Scotland!!
We had a beautiful night at this lovely place. Very interesting and with outstanding beauty. Shaun & Lou are wonderful hosts and hopefully we will be back one day ... ;-)F B & L, Tenerife, B&B West Room
Find Out More About Cragend
Cragend Farm has a interesting and diverse history, from technical innovations to historic buildings. Tied in closely to the neighbouring Cragside Estate home of Victorian inventor and industrialist Lord Armstrong.