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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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About Northumberland

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

  1. Gary

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed between the 6th and 13th of April for a week with our two young children who loved being in the same room at night as well as the many hiding places whilst playing hide and seek. The main bedroom was a bit on the tight side and felt it would be better if the rooms were swapped. The cottage itself was fine and we thought everyone was catered for. We didn't realize that there was no washing machine when we booked , and with local muddy walks on the doorstep it became somewhat of a nuisance not being able to wash the kids clothing (although we used the kitchen sink to do handwashes). Perhaps replacing the dishwasher with a washing machine might be of more use? Also, if using the dishwasher switch it on when you go out as it's noise means you cannot watch TV at the same time. It was our first visit to Northumberland and we were taken away by the beauty of the area. Unfortunately the weather was awful for most of the week and we didn't get to visit places as much as we would have liked. The moorings cottage next door had occupants in for four days of our stay in S14705 which made for interesting parking issues - they had three cars and made it very difficult for us to park our car in the allotted car space (might be worth a polite notice in front of the S14705 sign). We are former holiday cottage owners and we realize you can't keep everyone happy but we felt very comfortable in S14705 and it's location was ideal for sightseeing. It was just a shame we had not fully checked the facilities when we booked as the lack the washing machine did cause an issue mainly as the bad weather resulted in lots of muddy clothing."
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  2. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was quite pleasant, reasonably well decorated and a welcome pack. The big miss was a washing machine. The fridge/freezer in the cupboard was a real pain-in-the-neck, making it difficult to open the door, snecking fingers and ensuring that the cupboard was unable to be used. I would be much better to have the fridge/freezer against the wall, but that would block the light switches. Perhaps the switches need to be moved to allow this to happen. And somewhere needs to be found for a washing machine. The cottafge was pleasant, but the way that the kitchen was laid out just made us annoyed, and spoiled our holiday a little. Nice walks round about, but wear wellies, as the were quite a bit muddy (it had been wet). Beach walks were good as was the nature reserve (but ,again, some parts muddy). Amble is a pleasant wee town and the Sunday market was good. We enjoyed our week, but will probably pick a different cottage the next time we go to Northumberland."
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  3. Sean

    Verified purchase

    "This was a superb little gem in an absolutely gorgeous location. Amble is a lovely little fishing village only 8 miles from Alnwick, with everything you could want on your doorstep for a relaxing break. Beaches stretching into the distance to let your dog go mental? Check. Award winning Seafood restaurants at prices that make you want to try everything on the menu? Check. Fish and chip shops that serve proper fish and chips? Check. Nice pubs? Check. Ice cream parlour? Check. Enough castles to satiate even the most ardent history nut? Check. And above all, a lovely specc’d house, on a street just 1 minute’s walk from the harbour. A back garden with tables and chairs to sit at in the evening (yes, we did have excellent weather over the bank holiday weekend) and really nice neighbours made our stay a proper home from home (we have the same sofas at home! Dog perturbed and confused at not being allowed on them...). We will definitely be back."
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  4. Jessie

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage is ON the A1, but once inside the cottage the road noise is minimal. The cottage is SO welcoming for dogs, the owners had thought of Everything a dog & dog owner could need. The property is safe for dogs having an enclosed garden. Our dogs were small terriers & would have found the smallest gap to 'escape', but we never had any problems.The Kitchen had just about everything you could possibly need, all in very good condition, however we did find a lack of storage space for our food.It had a large window with a wonderful view of the countryside & distant coast. You can just about see Bamburgh Castle & Holy Island with binoculars.The Lounge & 2 bedrooms were very comfy & warm . The Bathroom clean & bright & the Shower very easy to use.The owners could not have been more friendly & extremely helpful making our holiday one to remember with utmost pleasure."
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  5. Geraldine

    Verified purchase

    "This is a great place for a family reunion. The kids loved playing hide and seek and sardines, lots of nooks and crannies. Table football popular. Almost sorry it wasn't cold enough to light the stoves - I think it'd be cosy, lots of logs available. Garden big enough for games e.g Swingball. Very comfortable, and well equipped (e.g scone cutters! Although a fuller inventory would be helpful before you arrive). We used local shops in Alnwick (order stottie from the bakery to collect!) and had many memorable meals round the dining table and on the terraces. En suite bathrooms made it comfy, small query about fans dealt with by owner on the phone. A short drive to loads of beaches, castles. Public footpaths from the mill too (we had runners with us)."
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