The Old Manse lies in a private location with open countryside to the north and east on the periphery of the charming village of Chatton, with its Post Office, village green, Percy Arms hotel and art gallery.
The house itself was built in 1873 as the Manse for the minister of the United Presbyterian church which adjoins the property. Many original Victorian features, such as the high ceilings and tall skirting, are still evident but the living space has been tastefully modernised. The church building is now an art gallery and private residence.
We have 3 en-suite rooms available for Bed & Breakfast accommodation, which are named after beautiful and tranquil valleys in the Cheviot Hills, namely Ingram Valley, Harthope Valley and College Valley. They are all worth a visit, especially if you take a packed lunch, a good book and a camera.
All rooms have excellent facilities such as, TV & DVD player, a range of teas & coffees, hairdryer, wine glasses & cork screw (champagne flutes available for that special occasion), bath robes, and much more. We provide quality Egyptian cotton linen & towels, Cole & Lewis toiletries and some of those little extras you may have forgotten to pack!
For further details of each bedroom, follow the links opposite in the right hand margin
Guest Lounge & Conservatory
Further details about the property and your stay, including access to the property and the rooms within, are detailed in the Accessibility Guide