Welcome to our 4 star Silver award-winning bed & breakfast accommodation in the countryside village of Ingram in Northumberland National Park.
Open: February to November
We offer one double room, one twin room and one twin/double room – all ensuite. All bedrooms are traditionally furnished and comfortable, with a hospitality tray and flat-screen television. Breakfast is taken in the family dining room which is part of our large open-plan kitchen. Dinner can also be provided Food is sourced locally where possible.
Ingram House was built in the 18th century as a two up, two down traditional house and has been added to over the years. There are lovely walks from our doorstep, mainly uphill, but the views when you get there are worth it!
The Breamish Valley has been populated for many centuries and evidence of Iron Age and Stone Age settlements can be seen around us. The National Park Visitor Centre is a five minute walk from us and has an informative museum showing archaeological finds and explaining what has gone on here over the years. The Church, St Michael and All Angels, is next to the Centre and well worth a visit. There are services every Sunday through the Summer and alternate Sundays in the Winter. Visitors are always welcome.
MEALS : Breakfast is served in the family kitchen/dining room. All food is locally sourced and fresh. Dinner is available on request.
Ingram, 15 miles west of Alnwick
3 En-suite Rooms
£90 - £110 pppn
2 superking double/twin ensuite + 1 double ensuite bedroom
Garden Room (double or twin) with ensuite shower £110pn, superking double/twin with ensuite bath £90pn, double room with ensuite bath £90pn.