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The Breamish Valley, and the truly beautiful scenery of the Northumberland National Park, provides the setting for our family farm at Ingram

 

January 2007

Owing to changes on the farm I regret that Shepherd’s Cottage is no longer available as a self catering holiday let although you will still see it advertised in various places this year.

If you are interested in staying on a farm or indeed just want to be in this lovely area of Northumberland, I would suggest you visit our local Farm Holiday Group website which can be accessed immediately via the link on the Home Page. There are lots of properties to choose from and the site has a very user friendly availability section.

It just remains for me to thank all of you who have holidayed at Ingram over the years, many of you on several occasions. We’ve thoroughly enjoyed welcoming you. The website and email address will stay.

A pretty little village, perhaps hamlet is a more apt word, Ingram consists of a few houses and cottages, an information centre (summer months only) and the lovely church of St Michael’s and All Angels, its origins lost in antiquity.

 



Evidence of earlier civilisations is all around. Impressive Iron Age hill forts, with panoramic views of the countryside, ancient burial grounds dating back thousands of years and cultivation terraces where our ancestors grew crops.

The valley is a favourite with birdwatchers, and is also home to a rich variety of flora and fauna. You may be lucky and see a red squirrel.  With no light pollution the skies on a clear night are unsurpassed.


 We keep several hundred sheep, a herd of beef cows and calves and grow a small acreage of barley.


Find out more about the Breamish Valley in Sarah's book, available now, click HERE for details

The book is also available by sending a cheque for £12.99 + £2.95 post & packing to Northern Heritage, New Kennels, Blagdon Estate, Seaton Burn, Newcastle upon Tyne , NE13 6DB .

Ingram Farm, Powburn, Alnwick,
Northumberland,
NE66 4LT
United Kingdom.

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