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Holiday Cottages In Northumberland

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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

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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in northumberland.

  1. Linda

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    "Lovely week at the cottage, ideal so close to the sea for walks around the bay. We also used it as a base to visit local castles, houses and the Farne Islands. The cottage was very comfortable and had almost everything you needed. A small sharp peeling knife would be a good addition to the kitchen. It mentioned putting the rubbish out in the book but there was no information on the kitchen door for this, and as we like to recycle we took our rubbish home, maybe further information on this or a bin for recycling would be handy. It may be an idea to have blinds on the sky lights in the bedroom, as it was quite bright early in the morning. We were unfortunate to have the gas board digging up the path outside the property for half of the week, which resulted in us being woken up early and there was no where to park outside the property when this was happening, therefore we had to park in the small car park at the end of the road. Overall we really enjoyed our stay there and had a good week."
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  2. Aileen

    Verified purchase

    "The 'house' was not at all suitable for a dog as the living room was upstairs and dogs were not allowed upstairs.The downstairs bedroom had no windows so was dark and airless.The upstairs bedroom was too light. The blinds on the window were useless and there was a street lamp outside. The velux windows had blinds on them but it was impossible to reach them so they were uncovered all the time.There was no dishwasher which is fair enough but there was no draining board to put the washed items.With a wet dog and child, it would have been a good idea to come and go through the utility room but then the dog (and the rest of us) would have had to go through the downstairs bedroom (which was not allowed).I would not describe the house as 'end of terrace'. It was more like a garage conversion!It looked very modern and attractive inside but was really not very user friendly."
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  3. Vince

    Verified purchase

    "Having read the previous reviews we went to the cottage with a fairly open mind and overall enjoyed our stay there. The location just off the A1 enabled us to travel easily to locations and coming back to a roaring log fire with a large supply of logs was a real plus. We arrived in. The middle of a cold spell and the cottage was extremely chilly for the first couple of days but did gradually warm over the week. The journey down the drive was not as challenging as we had expected and we noted on our last day a large number of holes had been filled in.The down sides to the cottage was that in part it looked tired and in need of a refresh, particularly the kitchen. The electrics were also temperamental and tripped quite frequently resulting in losing lights for a while. If you are going in winter wellingtons are a must!"
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  4. Moira

    Verified purchase

    "Sadly, this cottage was a disappointment to us. It was very clean and reasonably well equipped, but we found it to be quite claustrophobic, as the main source of light came from velux windows upstairs, meaning that there is no outlook whatsoever. The property does not have any outside space to help relieve this. As the velux windows had neither poles to open them nor window blinds, it was difficult to air the cottage when the sun had been shining through the windows during the day and the otherwise welcome sunshine woke us up early in the morning. One of the two bedrooms has no windows / ventilation at all! It was also unfortunate that during our stay, the adjoining neighbour appeared to be carrying out renovation work to his property involving power tools !"
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  5. Paul

    Verified purchase

    "We would definitely stay here again. The cottage was much larger than we expected, and I think this was because the double bed was enormous. And comfortable. It was lovely to be based on a working, and traditional, farm. The view across the meadow is wonderful.We had some of the sausages from the farm and they were excellent.The night sky can be breathtaking, all thanks to Northumberland's "dark sky" policy.A tip for drivers is to always approach from the A1, following the sign for Charlton Lodge and through the entrance by the gatehouse. We had a wonderful holiday and hope to return, perhaps in April, to catch all the birds on the Farne Islands."
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