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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. Ian

    Verified purchase

    "When we first arrived we thought this is a pretty cottage and we should be comfortable here. Unfortunately however there were a number of problems which we found on arrival and other problems cropped up during our stay. When we reported the problems a number were addressed the next day, but not always successfully (lights on the stairwell that did not work were replaced, but lights in the kitchen that did not work were not addressed and the very stiff taps in the kitchen that were almost impossible to turn on were not improved with WD40 and the offer of a plumber was left until after our departure). One evening there was a smoke alarm problem downstairs, not due to any smoke problem but a mal-function. The proprietress and her husband both refused to come out as it was almost 9pm and just suggested that we try to take it off the ceiling and take out the battery which turned out to be impossible, even though I had to stand on a chair to try to do it. This alarm was supposedly connected by wires to a second detector upstairs, but this turned out to have been faulty and had been removed previously. Also during our stay when we showered in the bathroom, water seeped through the floor through the ceiling into the kitchen below and some attempt to apply more sealant to the bath by the owner did not solve the problem. Then it transpired that the toilet seat had been cracked previously and was becoming a danger. The owner said that she had noticed it was cracked and was going to deal with it when we had gone. There were more minor problems which are not worth mentioning here but in general the problems did detract from the enjoyment of the holiday accommodation."
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  2. Becky

    Verified purchase

    "We were greeted at the front door by the smell from the kitchen bin which had not been emptied properly. This was not a good start and overall we felt it was not in a fit condition to be let for such a price. Overall, the place was clean and had plenty of facilities but one major problem with the main (kingsize) bed was that the mattress cover and sheet were not big enough and therefore came adrift in the night. Every morning I awoke to find myself lying on the mattress itself! The light bulb in one of my son's bedside lights was missing and in trying to move the other lamp over the bed he knocked the bedstead and a shower of dust landed on his pillow. The shower over the bath was so low my husband (6 foot 2) could not fit under it. The plug mechanism for the bath was broken and so unusable. The light fitting over the kettle area in the kitchen was broken. The table in the kitchen was so big you couldn't sit 4 people around it and only by turning it 90 degrees could we do so, but then had trouble getting out of the back door. Access to the bins outside was very difficult and when we got there they were full. There was no indication given of when the bins would be collected from the roadside. There was no information on recycling. I could go on but you can see that a lot of relatively little things added up to a frustrating week in what could have been a lovely cottage. When I booked S14417 was awaiting rating - that should have been a warning to us, I suppose. What a shame as the location is very good - everywhere within Alnwick is easily walkable and it was a surprisingly quiet location given its town setting."
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  3. J

    Verified purchase

    "S14417 is in a great location for exploring the local area and the county of Northumberland. From it, we explored Edinburgh on the train during the Fringe and Newcastle in the car as well as all of the local beaches and castles. A drive to Holy Island is worth it. S14417 itself is disappointing: it could be so much better. Three good sized bedrooms are furnished with clean and comfortable beds although the two smaller rooms lack wardrobes. The lounge is comfortable but the sofa could do with a clean. Free wifi is reliable. A private patio (with seven steep steps and not five as listed) is a sun trap but lacks care and attention. Planting flowering shrubs in the tubs would transform the area as would sweeping up the piles of dead leaves and a good weeding. A parasol? A washing line?The kitchen needs attention: dirty fridge, a table too large to sit around in the space provided, rickety cabinet cupboards, plinths missing. The room just lacked a finishing touch. We read a previous review that stated the kitchen needed a deep clean: we agree. Such a shame because the house could have been so much better."
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  4. Michelle

    Verified purchase

    "The location of this in Warkworth , 50 m from the river is idyllic . Its a lovely town , with castle and hermitage to visit . Lovely river walks in either direction. Village shop , couple of pubs. Short drive to the beach .Ideal to explore the surrounding areas .There is plenty to do and see locally, coasts and castles its brilliant for those . The beaches are amazing , we were there in March and there were miles of beach to every person there .We were lucky with the weather !!! The cottage itself is clean and comfortable with all mod cons. Where it lost points was its position up an unlit alley -only 50 m - . In Warkworth its fine but anywhere else you wouldnt go up there. The other point is the lighting in the cottage . There is a central ceiling light but its weak. If you want to read that light is provided by a movable spot light . Not as relaxing as the cottage deserves . One last thing we have stayed in maybe a dozen cottages this was the first didnt provide a welcome pack- not even a bottle of milk for that brew after your long journey"
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  5. Barbara

    Verified purchase

    "We loved the location of the house, it was five minutes walk from the town centre, the living room accommodated us all and it was cosy. However, on arrival, it was evident that no one had been in the house for days or weeks, it was freezing cold and the water was turned off. We called the emergency numbers and could not contact the owner but the third number on the list was answered. After we had been there for around 45 minutes someone came and turned the water and heating on, the house warmed up after around 24 hours. The owner contacted us the next day and apologised but arriving at 11.15 at night to a freezing cold house which was not ready was not good. The house sleeps five people but the dining table in the kitchen only really sits four comfortably. The owner kindly allowed us extra time on the day we left."
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