On the rugged Northumberland coast, this former chapel has been converted into a charming 200-year-old B&B, offering award-winning 5-star accommodation. St Cuthbert's House keeps its own bees, so guests can enjoy delicious honey as well as jams and marmalade made in a local monastery kitchen.
Alongside the buffet table's light breakfast options, free-range eggs and award-winning sausages and bacon from the local butcher are served each morning. Warm bread is freshly delivered from the nearby bakery, and oak-smoked fish is also available.
St Cuthbert's House boasts traditionally furnished rooms with a flat-screen TV, DVD player, and tea and coffee making facilities. Free toiletries and a hairdryer are provided in each elegant en suite bathroom, and there is free Wi-Fi throughout.
Bamburgh Castle is just a short stroll along the beach, and Alnwick Castle and Garden is only 15 miles away. The bustling Seahouses Harbour, where boats leave for the Farne Islands, is just a 15-minute walk from the building.