The Akeld Manor & Country Club timeshare resort is nestled at the foot of the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland and is a popular UK timeshare opportunity. The Grade II listed cottages of Akeld Manor & Country Club are built of stone and each property has unique furnishings, floorplans and central heating. Many of the cottages have ensuite facilities; some have two bathrooms and several have a bathroom with a separate shower room.
The grounds are positioned partly within the Northumberland National Park close to the market town of Wooler. If you are looking for a timeshare in England Akeld Manor and Country Club is an excellent base for exploring the beautiful Northumberland countryside and the North East. Akeld Manor and Country Club sits just over 10 miles south of the Scottish Border and a short drive from the Northern most town in England, Berwick-upon-Tweed. Crossing the Scottish border and taking a trip to Edinburgh will take 90 minutes by car whilst to the South Newcastle can be visited in approximately an hour. If you are planning to buy a timeshare at Akeld Manor in Northumberland we have a wide range of weeks with excellent value 1 and 2 bed cottages available.
Akeld Manor County Club timeshare are ideal for those who enjoy the outdoors and suitable for both couples and families alike. On site there is a games room, swimming pool and kids club. The local area provides a host of outdoor activities and is perfect for cycling, horse riding, rock-climbing and fishing. There are 4 golf courses nearby including the scenic Bamburgh Castle Golf Club.
Given the proximity to Scotland, the area has a wealth of castles and historic sites. Norham castle was once known as 'the most dangerous and adventurous place in the country' and was besieged by Robert the Bruce. Chillingham Castle (the most haunted castle in Britain), and Bamburgh Castle make great sight-seeing trips whilst Etal Castle is also close to The Heatherslaw Light Railway - a great attraction for families with young children. Home to many thousands of seabirds, the Farne Islands lie just off the coast and can be visited by boat from the town of Seahouses.