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Enjoy a relaxing stay at Cragend Farm at East Cottage (self catering accommodation) or in one of our Bed and Breakfast rooms in Cragend Grange. Book DIRECT or call us for further information. Short Breaks and longer stays available. Other websites may charge commission to sell you the same dates so book DIRECT! ...

This Gilkes Turbine was invented by Lord Armstrong of Cragside and Henry Watson of Newcastle in the 1880's to power milling, threshing, and grinding machines in the Machine Room at Cragend Farm. It is linked by underground pipes to the Silo on the south-east side of the farm, which powered a Jig that lifted 32 x 1 tonne weights to make silage for the cattle on the farm. It wa ...

The Northumberland & Newcastle Society wrote an exciting review of Cragend Farm as part of our Open Day visit in June 2017. Here is the piece in full and further information about the society can be found at www.nandnsociety.org.uk: Cragend Farm’s Armstrong legacy. From the Carriage Drive at Cragside, you may well have looked down on Cragend Farm just south of the estate ...

There are plenty of places to choose from to eat in Northumberland if you are planning a visit to stay at Cragend Grange and Cragend Farm. There are Pubs and Restaurants in Rothbury and in nearby villages and towns, here is a list of just a few of them: Rothbury: The Turks Head Newcastle House Hotel The Queens Head Tomlinsons Bunkhouse and Cafe The Coquetvale Hotel  The ...

If you are thinking of booking in advance for a wedding in future months please call or email us to discuss rates and details. We have a self-catering cottage and Bed and Breakfast rooms, all of which are dog friendly near Rothbury, Brinkburn and Longframlington. The Armstrong Wing is a perfect room for relaxing before getting ready to attend the wedding of a friend or loved ...

Grown in Britain is as much a movement as it is an initiative, and we are all working to connect the public to wood as a material. At the heart of the movement are the woodland owners and landowners working to grow, manage and harvest the wood that ends up in the products we all buy. ...

GROWN IN BRITAIN WEEK 9TH OCTOBER 2017 As licensed Grown in Britain Woodland owners we are pleased to showcase the woodland and what we do with the wood  this week for further information please contact Shaun Renwick 01669-621533 The videos on the right hand side of this page highlight the work that goes on at Cragend Farm relating to Woodland progression. Tree to Table ethi ...

The Tour of Britain cycling race comes through Rothbury on Monday 4th September and we are very excited about seeing the cyclists speed through our village. ...

We have had a great day today with a visit from London friends who brought their lovely dog, Bruce! We went and built a camp fire and climbed trees, ate marshmallows and whittled sticks. Exactly what a Northumberland summer holiday is all about!  The Cragend Wood is available to groups such as the "Scouts" and "Wild About" Clubs for use contact 01669-621533. If you are intere ...

The Rothbury Music Festival took place over the weekend of 14th July 2017. We had lovely visitors at East Cottage with their dog Meg and she was star of our show! Thank you to Alison and her family for coming along, and also to everyone else who came to visit Rothbury over that amazing weekend. Meg know enters the Rogues Gallery as the best chicken herder so far! ...