Traditional border farm within 60 acres of Northumberland National Dark Skies Park.
The main house sleeps 20 people. If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £22 and £45.
An extraordinary Northumbrian wedding beneath the stars, with a renovated wedding barn for your exclusive use.
Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.
The Comb, Greenhaugh, Northumberland, NE48 1RU
£2,100 - £3,500
£4,000 - £6,900
The Comb is a beautifully restored stone-built border farmhouse at the top of the Tarset Valley, in the depths of the Northumberland National Park. The house is ideal for holidays with friends or clubs, or for a special big-family holiday. The Comb estate is in the heart of the Northumberland Dark Sky Park, and the view of the stars is really extraordinary.
The Comb Lodge (dating back to the early 1700s) is set in a horse-shoe around a courtyard, and has ten bedrooms (each of which is en-suite), sleeping 20 guests.
Should accommodation be required for a larger party, The Comb Farmhouse sleeps 6. This is a traditional stone Northumberland farmhouse with its own garden. The upper floor has the original high vaulted ceiling fully exposed and extensive views down the Tarset valley. The open plan layout has a fully equipped kitchen,
Please see the key features below. If stag and hen parties are not listed then the property is sadly not suitable for them.
The Comb was originally a stone Borders farm, built in the 18th century, for defence against raiders.
Interactive map showing approximate location of The Comb.
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