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Valley View

Valley View is a delightful stone built terraced cottage, located in the welcoming hamlet of West Mickley, which is next to the popular village of Stocksfield, both set in wonderful Northumbrian countryside. The cottage boasts a cosy open fire, in a large inglenook fireplace.

Exposed beams and views over the Tyne Valley add to its charm.

Perfect Location

Valley View is perfectly situated to those who wish to explore the North East of England.

With the cosmopolitan city of Newcastle just a short drive away you can explore all the city has to offer.  In the other direction we have the stunning Northumbrian countryside with its many castles and the world famous Hadrian’s Wall.

Contact Us

If you wish to enquire about a booking or have any other questions please feel free to contact us:

Phone: 07764 304210

5 Mount Pleasant, West Mickley
Stocksfield , Northumberland.
NE43 7LP

Explore Northumberland

West Mickley is a short drive or train ride from nearby Stocksfield to the cosmopolitan cities of Newcastle and Gateshead, united by 7 bridges across a spectacular river scape. Must sees include a visit to the Quayside, Millennium Bridge, The Sage, The Baltic Centre and the Metro Centre in Gateshead, which is among one of the largest shopping centres in Europe.

Corbridge, known for its quaintness and specialist shops is only 8 miles west. A further 3 miles is the market town of Hexham, steeped in history and dominated by the majestic 13th Century Abbey, Hexham is well worth a visit and offers a plethora of amenities.

Ramblers and cyclists (secure storage available for cycles) will find plenty to explore in rural Northumberland, home to one of England’s inspiring national parks and Kielder water and forest park. Walk in the Cheviot or Simonside hills, or see first hand the splendour of Hadrian’s Wall country, which overlaps the southern tip of the Northumberland National Park. Explore the North Pennines with their rugged uplands including some wild and wonderful scenery. Enjoy lovely forest walks and High Force, England’s largest waterfall.

Beamish museum, Vindolanda and Housteads Roman Fort museum are well worth a visit.
Venture a little further to the Northumberland coast to walk, cycle, run or even horse ride on golden sandy beaches, in the shadows of dramatic castles and romantic ruins, with traditional seaside towns and sweet little villages to visit.

Golfing enthusiasts are spoiled by the choice of first class courses within easy reach, and the local pub the Bluebell is well worth a visit.

There’s so much to explore in the North East of England and to help you discover more, visit the North East official tourism site.

What our guests say about us

Paul & Lillian

Fantastic cottage in a beautiful quiet location. We had a great week exploring the countryside and wondering around the little villages. Very friendly people and great food in the pubs.

Thank you for letting us stay in your cottage it is a credit to you

Paul & LillianN. Ireland
Fiona & Lucy

Thanks you for a lovely few days in your beautiful little house. It was the perfect place to spend New Year in front of a roaring fire.  Your hospitality was excellent. Thank you again.

Fiona & LucyBirmingham