- 4 guest reviews
"The wonderful couple than run this BnB couldn't do enough for us. We were attending a wedding near by and they didn't mind the fact we would..."
"We had a excellent time, a very welcoming and relaxed welcome, almost like stepping into your own house, the room was very well presented wi..."
"My friend and I spent three nights at the Estate House and we loved every minute of it. We couldn't have had a warmer welcome or a more comf..."
"House warm and welcoming and in beautiful setting. Hosting was spot on. Need to sort an opening window in the Joicey room, but didn't spoil..."
About the hotel
The Estate House is a 4* AA rated licensed bed and breakfast establishment in the picturesque village of Ford, in the heart of Northumberland, and we welcome our guests to our large detached Edwardian house, situated in an acre of landscaped private gardens. We welcome assistance dogs at all times and other pets by prior arrangement. Accommodation comprises of 4 spacious bedrooms (3 doubles or 3 twins offering immaculate en suite bath and shower facilities and 1 family Room with its own dedicated private bathroom and shower facilities).
All bedrooms are tastefully decorated throughout to a high standard and include Freeview TV, free Wi-Fi, hospitality tray, and hairdryer as well as fresh linen and towels. The bedrooms boast large windows with original wooden shutters that overlook the gardens and Ford village. We have a cosy residents lounge where you can relax and unwind, watch SKY TV or read the selection of tourist information guides that are available to help you plan your sightseeing trips; we also provide free Wi-Fi and a selection of newspapers books and board games. The beautiful Edwardian dining room overlooks the garden and you can indulge in a hearty home-cooked English breakfast, prepared using fresh locally sourced ingredients, or opt for a lighter alternative with a range of cereals, toast and fresh fruits. All dietary requirements can be catered for and guests may request a packed lunch or an evening meal by prior arrangement. Ford and Etal Estate, owned by the Joicey family, offers a range of tourist attractions including Ford Castle, Lady Waterford Hall, Heatherslaw Visitors Centre, with it's Light Steam Railway, and Fishing on the world famous river Till. The area in and around Northumberland and its magnificent coast with it's renowned sandy beaches offers a wealth of outdoor pursuits and attractions including fishing, walking, cycling, gliding and horse riding and of course Holy Island (Lindisfarne) & Alnwick Castle - home of Harry Potter.
- Car parking available onsite , Airport Shuttle , Car Parking Available Offsite
- Childrens Facilities - Indoor , Porter
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
The wonderful couple than run this BnB couldn't do enough for us.
We were attending a wedding near by and they didn't mind the fact we wouldn't be in until late. The breakfast was fantastic and definitely healed some sore heads. We will be back.
A very relaxing time
We had a excellent time, a very welcoming and relaxed welcome, almost like stepping into your own house, the room was very well presented without being overbearing, you also wanted for nothing in the room and the view was spectacular, but most of Northumberland is, that goes without saying coming from an Northumbrian though, there was no set time for breakfast, though this might change in peak periods but it made the pressure of getting out of the huge bed just that little bit more bearable.
Breakfast was worthy of a champion and cooked to perfection, the only slight setback is that if you do have a cold disposition it might be advisable to visit in the summer