Fairhaugh House (pronounced: fair_hoff), is an 18th century, stone built farmhouse, set in its own valley, and surrounded by 500 acres of private estate.
Lying deep within the unspoilt Northumberland National Park, on the border with Scotland, and in the heart of the isolated Cheviot Hills, Fairhaugh is one of England's remotest homes.
The location is breathtaking, with 2 miles of private fishing on the Usway Burn, and is situated a very long way off the normal beaten track. If your idea of a perfect family holiday or break involves privacy, mountains and peace and quiet, then Fairhaugh will be ideal for you.
Fairhaugh House & Estate - Alwinton, Rothbury, Northumberland