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Cragend Grange, located at Cragend Farm, is a great place to stay for a holiday or short-break, and more people now also booking to stay for local weddings as they are now finally back on track.
Our large room with wardrobe space for hats and outfits as well as en suite bathroom with plenty of space to get ready for the big day is a great way to spend a weekend with friends and family.
Here is an amazing review from a couple who stayed for a wedding locally.
Location Cleanliness Facilities Service / Staff
5 - Excellent 5 - Excellent 5 - Excellent 5 - Excellent
Would you recommend this property to other travellers? Yes
Comments about this property
This was a chance find on the internet due to a wedding nearby. We were fortunate to stay in the Armstrong wing which is superb unique accommodation. It is a sympathetically restored solid Victorian building in immaculate condition which was very comfortable and spacious.
Our hosts Lou and Shaun were very helpful, knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the farm and its surroundings.
The breakfasts were superb. The first part of breakfast, cereals, juice etc which is usually overlooked was really great with lovely homemade granola, local fruits, yogurt along with beautiful bread and local honey on the comb. Shaun's coffee was very good [too].
We felt very welcome and would have no hesitation in recommending it to family and friends.
Tips for other travellers
Rothbury and National Trust at Cragend looks lovely although we had little time to explore.
Our journey back north took us over the moors to Alnwick and there looked to be some moor walks with views of the eastern coast of England nearby.
Mr & Mr G, Scotland.

About the author

Lou is the owner of Cragend Farm with her husband Shaun, and deals with everything from Holiday Accommodation inquiries to egg collection from the chickens; she is the social media and web design finger-tapper.

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.