From the A1 north
Head south and cut across to the A697 between Alnwick and Morpeth into a village called Longhorsley. In the centre of Longhorsley head west to Netherwitton. Once you turn right into Netherwitton cross over the hump back bridge and turn immediately left, follow this road up the hill round the 2 bends, along the straight, another 2 bends and Faith’s Cottage is built into the high wall on your left.
From the A1 South
Continue on the A1 passing the initial Morpeth turn off. Take the slip road sing posted Ashington A197 and Morpeth, Once at the bottom of the slip road turn left then left again along the single track road, at the bottom of the hill at the T junction turn right through Mitford, follow the road until you reach the Dyke Neuk pub where you turn right, continue for approx. 2 miles passing through an avenue of trees, turn left at the T junction, you will then take a right hand bend followed by a left hand bend where you will see the cottage set into the wall on the left.
From the A696 south
Travel into Belsay village, when leaving Belsay take the second right turn sign posted ‘Scots Gap and Rothbury’ Do not turn off this road until the T junction where you turn left then in approximately 200 meters turn right towards Rothbury. In approximately 2 miles turn right (it will be the second right turn available) travel approximately 2 miles heading through Longwitton, the cottage is on the right just before the sharp right hand bend.
From the A696/A68 north
Continue through Otterburn heading south for approximately 8 miles, just before the Knowesgate hotel/garage turn left, in approximately 2 miles turn left onto the B6342, continue along to the cross roads, straight over, in approximately 2 miles heading through Longwitton, the cottage is on the right just before the sharp right hand bend.