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Cottages in Northumberland
A beautiful ceremonial county and the most northern in England, Northumberland boasts a stunning Coastline that has been declared an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. With vast expanses of untouched moorland thanks to its National Park status, Northumberland is a magical holiday destination much loved for its pretty villages, vibrant towns, ancient castles, rolling hills and wonderful warm welcome. Read More
A superb stone 5 Star Gold holiday cottage in a secluded location on the outskirts of a tiny Northumberland village close to the Northumberland National Park - miles of unspoilt beautiful countryside and easy access to many attractions including the coast. 5 Star Gold.
Unwind in the peace of Mungo’s Well which is located in the Scottish Border and just 6 miles from Northumberland. Watch wildlife from your patio or wander the riverside path. Indulge yourself in the comfort of this light and airy cottage for two. 4 Star.
A charming stone holiday cottage, situated in the hamlet of Tindale in Cumbria, 5 miles from the small market town of Brampton and 7 miles from Hadrian’s Wall. Perfect for exploring the northern Pennines and enjoying country life.
Located on the Northumberland Heritage Coast near the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, this stylish stone holiday cottage affords fantastic views and provides a high standard of self-catering accommodation. 4 Star.
A delightful self-catering cottage in an enviable position just 300 metres from the beach. Within private grounds in a beautiful area, the setting is perfect with wonderful views across Budle Bay and incredible sunsets. 4 Star.
Ideal for couples, this converted stone barn affords wonderful views across the heart of the Scottish borders and offers lovely walks and a peaceful setting. It is within easy reach of gardens, castles, ancient abbeys and six miles from the Northumberland Border. 4 Star.
A converted stone barn with great views across the heart of the Scottish borders. Within easy reach of castles, gardens, ancient abbeys & just 6 miles from the Northumberland Border. Explore walks from the cottage and enjoy the peace of Burnbrae. 4 Star.
In a superb location by the sea, this self catering holiday cottage is only a stone's throw from miles of golden sands, with magnificent views overlooking Holy Island. Ideal for a family holiday along the Northumberland coastline.
A charming holiday cottage in Cumbria on the edge of the North Pennines AONB in Hadrian's Wall country - a convenient position for visiting the northern Lake District, Northumberland National Park and the Scottish Borders.
Luxury 5 star 'Gold Awarded' holiday cottages located on the Northumberland coast near Berwick Upon Tweed. Ideal for exploring this part of Northumberland or the areas surrounding the Scottish Borders. 5 Star.
A beautiful Georgian self catering holiday home located in a pretty Northumberland village, within walking distance to the welcoming pubs and just a short drive to the beach. 4 Star.
From £325 to £750 per week
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An area with a fascinating history, Northumberland was the scene of numerous battles throughout the ages due to its position on the border between Scotland and England. As such, there are plenty of historical sites and buildings to visit, such as the very impressive Bamburgh Castle, one of Northumberland’s most iconic structures. The area also boasts one of the UK’s most famous World Heritage Sites – Hadrian’s Wall. The majority of what remains of this impressive landmark is found in Northumberland, as well as five excavated forts. Visitors flock to take a step back in time and enjoy the spectacular views of unspoilt moors while walking alongside the Wall for miles.
Northumbria enjoys some of the best coastline to be seen in Britain. Vast expanses of scenic sandy beaches, pretty fishing villages and stunning landscapes make this area a pleasure to kick back and relax in. Nature lovers will be kept busy with an abundance of wildlife and some ‘must visit’ wildlife sanctuaries including the Farne Islands for seal and puffin spotting. Alternatively, follow in the footsteps of the many pilgrims and visit the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, another incredible wildlife wilderness, also popular for its stunning beaches, Priory and Castle.
Arguably the best way to really get away from it all in Northumberland is simply to go by foot. There are numerous coastal and countryside walking routes that take you all over this tranquil county, and when you have walked as far as you want to go, there are plenty of quaint villages in which to rest and recharge. Alternatively explore the area by bike and follow the Coast-to-Coast cycle route which crosses the county or have some fun on the tracks and trails of Kielder Water and Forest Park which provides a perfect outdoor playground.
One of the most sparsely populated counties in the UK, Northumberland offers peace and tranquillity with beautiful backdrops. It is a great location for unwinding and escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life.