The Lee Farm - Bed and Breakfast in Rothbury, Northumberland



Welcome to The Lee Farm, award winning bed & breakfast accommodation situated on a working farm near the picturesque Northumbrian village of Rothbury.

Your hosts are the Aynsley family, Susan and husband Paul . The Lee is a real, working Northumbrian farm, meaning there are always things to see around the place, animals to feed and jobs to be done. You can learn a little more about the farm here.

The three well appointed bedrooms available for guests are finished to an exceptionally comfortable standard. Views across open countryside are guaranteed - whatever the weather! Please take a look around our guest rooms here.

Northumberland is England's most northerly county, as well as being the least populated. It has a huge diversity of attractions including more castles than any other English county, the Alnwick Garden, Cragside House and Estate and the World Heritage Centre of Hadrian's Wall to name but a few. The landscape varies from sweeping coastline to rugged hills. - and all is within reach from The Lee Farm as your base.

We very much hope you enjoy your visit to our website and if you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Please note that if you intend to use the B6344 from the A697 it is signed as being closed. Please ignore this as you turn off at Pauperhaugh before the road closure.