Friday, 22 August 2008

Gefrin , Wooler and ancient history

Gefrin, the Royal Township of the Anglo Saxon Kings of Northumbria. It was here in AD 627 that Paulinus, the missionary, preached and baptized the local people in the River Glen. Where ever you travel around Wooler and Cheviot hills you are not far away from medieval and ancient history. The Countryside, away from the coast, is intimate and speaks of old times. There is magic in the air.

If you want to experience this wonderful part of England then we have a number of houses available.

Hethpool Mill in the College Valley, also nearby are Coldburn cottage and Dunsdale House

Croft cottage

Akeld Hill View

To list just a few

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