The Old Library is a gorgeous Georgian property originally built as a school in 1810 by the second Duke of Northumberland to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of King George III. The school closed in 1921 and subsequently became the local library which has now been lovingly refurbished into four luxury properties.
Situated in the medieval market town of Alnwick, The Old Library is within walking distance of some lovely restaurants, bars and independent shops. Local tourist attractions such as Barter Books, The Treehouse Restaurant, Alnwick Castle and Garden are also close by.
Boasting a wonderful bedroom suite on the first floor with stunning feature windows and a spacious second bedroom with en suite on the ground floor, The Old Library is perfect for couples holidaying together.
The Old Library has a small lawned area to the rear of the property and off-street parking for 2 cars. 1 well behaved dog welcome and free Wi-Fi is offered throughout.
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