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Holiday Cottages in Northumberland

Almost knocking on the door of Scotland, Northumberland is England’s northernmost county and is firmly establishing itself as something of a holiday hotspot. Book one of our Northumberland Cottages and you’ll find yourself in a region where the countryside is wild and rugged and the coastline is studded with beautiful, sandy beaches. An historic county, Northumberland is littered with remnants of its impressive past, such as the imposing fortresses at Bamburgh, Walton on Tweed and Alnwick, and the world-famous Lindisfarne Monastery, which you’ll find on the aptly-named Holy Island.

However, there’s much more to Northumberland than history. Wildlife buffs who use one of our Northumberland Cottages as a holiday HQ will find they have good access to the Farne Islands, which is teeming with puffins. There are also some good beaches there, so if all that twitching leaves you drained, you can relax by the sea.

Is Northumberland best for Families or Couples

When it comes to romantic breaks, Northumberland has a gigantic ace up its sleeve - the lack of light pollution gives an unparalleled view of the stars on clear nights, and parts of the county are designated as ‘Dark Sky Reserves’. Sitting outside one of our holiday cottages in Northumberland, with a cheeky glass of your favourite tipple and staring at the stars ticks all the right boxes. However, for couples who like to get out and about, there are some stunning little villages to visit, such as Alnmouth, Beadnell and Low-Newton-By-the-Sea. There’s also Hadrian’s Wall which, while it might not offer Disney-style hearts and flowers, is pretty impressive, and a memorable place for a proposal!

Families who’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in Northumberland will find they’ve got easy access to loads of local attractions. Warkworth Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle and Banna are ruined and crumbly enough to inspire little minds and get a bit of education in under the radar. If your kids need to burn off a bit of excess energy, there are some good, modern things to see and do, such as paying a visit to the Go Ape Centre in Matfen or a cycle along some of the many cycle paths. Alternatively, a visit to The Deep, a world-famous aquarium, makes for an easy way to spend a day out.

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Holiday Cottages In Northumberland To Rent

More Northumberland Cottages

Holiday Cottages in Northumberland

Almost knocking on the door of Scotland, Northumberland is England’s northernmost county and is firmly establishing itself as something of a holiday hotspot. Book one of our Northumberland Cottages and you’ll find yourself in a region where the countryside is wild and rugged and the coastline is studded with beautiful, sandy beaches. An historic county, Northumberland is littered with remnants of its impressive past, such as the imposing fortresses at Bamburgh, Walton on Tweed and Alnwick, and the world-famous Lindisfarne Monastery, which you’ll find on the aptly-named Holy Island.

However, there’s much more to Northumberland than history. Wildlife buffs who use one of our Northumberland Cottages as a holiday HQ will find they have good access to the Farne Islands, which is teeming with puffins. There are also some good beaches there, so if all that twitching leaves you drained, you can relax by the sea.

Is Northumberland best for Families or Couples

When it comes to romantic breaks, Northumberland has a gigantic ace up its sleeve - the lack of light pollution gives an unparalleled view of the stars on clear nights, and parts of the county are designated as ‘Dark Sky Reserves’. Sitting outside one of our holiday cottages in Northumberland, with a cheeky glass of your favourite tipple and staring at the stars ticks all the right boxes. However, for couples who like to get out and about, there are some stunning little villages to visit, such as Alnmouth, Beadnell and Low-Newton-By-the-Sea. There’s also Hadrian’s Wall which, while it might not offer Disney-style hearts and flowers, is pretty impressive, and a memorable place for a proposal!

Families who’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in Northumberland will find they’ve got easy access to loads of local attractions. Warkworth Castle, Dunstanburgh Castle and Banna are ruined and crumbly enough to inspire little minds and get a bit of education in under the radar. If your kids need to burn off a bit of excess energy, there are some good, modern things to see and do, such as paying a visit to the Go Ape Centre in Matfen or a cycle along some of the many cycle paths. Alternatively, a visit to The Deep, a world-famous aquarium, makes for an easy way to spend a day out.

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  1. Kevin

    Verified purchase

    "This was the 2nd year that we have stayed here. The cottage was clean, warm and very peaceful. The woodburning stove is wonderful. We didn't use the Kitchen much as we tend to eat out or get takeaways a lot when we go away. The Aga looks very impressive though and I'm sure in the right hands it would be possible to cook some culinary delights (A book on cooking with an Aga is provided). This year we discovered the Sun Inn in Morpeth which provides a range of well-priced delicious food. Carlos Fish n Chips in Morpeth is also great for tasty fish and chips (it takes 8 minutes to get from there back to the cottage avoiding the A1 route). There is also a huge Asda a few miles down the road in Ashington for supplies and cheap petrol. The location of the cottage is great for Kilder Forest, coastal walks such as Durridge Bay and tourist attractions such as Cragside, Wallington, Belsay House and Castle, Berwick, Alnwick Castle, Kirkhale Craft Village, Bambrugh Castle, Lindisfarne and Chillingham castle to name a few. We went on the Chillingham Castle ghost tour which was very entertaining. The Metro centre in Newcastle is less than half-an-hour away on the A1 for shopping enthusiasts (i.e. my wife)"
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  2. Jackie

    Verified purchase

    "This cottage is located about an 8 minute drive from Morpeth, which is a lovely town with plenty of good restaurants. It is close to the heritage coastline, which is beautiful any time of the year. On arrival the key was easy to locate and the cottage was very welcoming with a lit fire and a welcome pack including wine, chocolates, sweets and dog treats. We would have preferred bread, milk, eggs and butter but all the same it was appreciated especially by the children and our dog! The cottage has a lovely new bathroom with plenty of hot water at all times. The beds in all rooms were extremely comfortable, too comfortable for teenage children who wanted to spent all day in it! It was a real novelty to cook on the fabulous Aga in the spacious kitchen, which was well equipped. However we would have found it useful to have had hand soap in the kitchen and a dishcloth and bin liners.We were disappointed with the log burner as despite it eating wood it gave out very little heat to the room but was aesthetically pleasing rather than a heat source.We had a great time in the cottage and it made a nice change from holidaying in our touring caravan."
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  3. Maureen

    Verified purchase

    "Pleasantly surprised at the facilities in Bellingham so we could walk to all we needed.As previously stated in several reviews the property really does require some garden maintenance - in particular, the steps to the front door are very overgrown and the security light is not operational, making access after dark rather difficult. We learned to leave the lights on before going out !The cottage itself is small and probably ready for some updates but had all we required for our stay and the bed was very comfortable. A package in the fridge on our arrival, with fresh bacon, sausage and eggs was a nice touch. The owner is a very nice helpful lady and we would stay there again if in the area. Don't miss the old station information centre and little museum which is literally just around the corner - also the wonderful railway carriage café there."
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  4. Kevin

    Verified purchase

    "We had a great holiday in this lovely cottage. It is a wonderful blend of the old and new. The cottage itself is 400 years old and is decorated to give it an old-fashioned feel. We enjoyed the wood burning stove in the lounge. There is also a lovely aga in the kitchen. The bathroom is very modern with a walk-in shower. The main bedroom also boasts a super king size bed that is very comfortable. When we arrived we were very impressed with the cleanliness of the cottage. The location is rural but all modern amenities are just a short drive away. We found that it was a good base for exploring the north-east coast with locations such as lindisfarne and bamburgh within easy reach. Locations west of newcastle such as Hexham are also within an hour by car. More modern attractions such as the metro centre are just half-hour away south on the A1."
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  5. Sue

    Verified purchase

    "We had a lovely stay with our 2 dogs. The cottage was situated in a village just outside Morpeth so no pub or shop facilities within walking distance but Morpeth just 5 mins drive away had everything. It was a cosy environment with Aga and wood burner and a small garden which was perfect for our dogs. The only negative was there were fumes from the oil fired Aga which had been investigated but still not nice. We also suggest a larger TV and wifi so we could check on places to visit but in some respects not having it probably did us good!Northumberland is a wonderful part of England with miles of beautiful sandy beaches for the dogs to enjoy and plenty of places of interest. In fact I think there are more castles than pubs! Would definitely recommend the area and cottage to friends and family."
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