Ingram House, Alnwick is a family home and as such offers more than a bed and breakfast. Rooms are furnished with family furniture but with modern comforts.
The Garden Room, superking double/twin with en-suite shower, is on the ground floor. This is large, light room with its own access and french windows to the garden. Upstairs we have a superking double/twin with en-suite bath and a double with ensuite bath. Breakfast is taken in the family dining room and they also offer dinner by arrangement.
The owners are happy to help you plan your visit by offering suggestions of places to visit like Iron Age settlements, Linhope Spout, (both waking distance from our door), Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Chillingham Castle and wild cattle, Flodden Field and so many more.
Ingram House is situated in the northern part of the Northumberland Park and Dark Sky Park in the foothills of the Cheviot Hills.
Alnwick 17 miles to the east and Wooler 10 miles to the north. The border with Scotland, at Berwick upon Tweed, is 20 miles away.
Ingram House is on the Sandstone Way and welcome cyclist and walkers tackling that. The Ingram Cafe next to the lovely church and only two minutes walk from us, offers delicious snacks and plenty of local information. It also has a museum showing the history of the valley over the last 10,000 years. There is a electric car charging point at the Village Hall.