The Estate House

01890 820668
Ford Village
TD15 2PX
The Estate House is a 4 star rated bed and breakfast establishment in the picturesque village of Ford, in the heart of Northumberland and we welcome our guests to share our large detached Edwardian house, which is situated in an acre of glorious landscaped private gardens.

We welcome assistance dogs at all times and other pets by prior arrangement.

The accommodation at The Estate House comprises of 4 spacious bedrooms (3 doubles or 3 twins which offer immaculate en suite bath and shower facilities and 1 family Room with its own dedicated private bathroom and shower facilities). All of our 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. All of the bedrooms boast lovely large windows with original wooden shutters that overlook the beautiful gardens and Ford village.

The Estate House has a cosy residents' lounge in which you can relax and unwind, watch 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 with all the trimmings, using the freshest 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.

The bed and breakfast which also has an attached Tea Room is nestled in the heart Ford village, part of the Ford and Etal Estate, owned by the Joicey family, which offers a range of tourist attractions including Ford Castle, Lady Waterford Hall, Heatherslaw Visitors Centre with light railway and fishing on the world famous river Till.

The village of Etal is world famous for the Black Bull Inn – the only thatched pub in Northumberland and recommended by the Daily Telegraph – which serves an extensive range of wines and beers and boasts a superb food menu The area in and around Northumberland offers a wealth of outdoor pursuits including fishing, walking, cycling, gliding and horse riding. Ford is also in close proximity to the magnificent coast which boasts a range of glorious beaches and coastal walks to explore.

Other visitor attractions in the area include Alnwick Castle and Gardens (Where Harry Potter was filmed), Bamburgh (home of the Grace Darling Museum Holy Island (Lindisfarne) and Flodden Field scene of the last great battle between the English and the Scots in 1513 which shaped the future monarchy of the British Isles.