Unwind in the peace and tranquility of Mungo’s Well in the glorious Scottish Border, watching wildlife from your patio and enjoying riverside walks. Just six miles from Northumberland, this light and airy cottage for two is well placed for relaxing and exploring the areas many attractions. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Providing a warm Scottish welcome, this self-catering barn affords wonderful views over the glorious countryside of the Scottish borders and offers lovely walks and a rural, peaceful setting to relax and unwind. It is within easy reach of the areas many attractions and six miles from the Northumberland Border. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Everything in Northumberland feels big, from the vast stretches of sandy beaches to the enormous blue skies and castles that dominate the landscape. How lovely then, to stay in this charming Victorian terrace with its pretty cottage garden, open fireplace and countryside views. It is perfect for couples or small families as there is easily enough space for four people in two bedrooms. The cottage is on the fringes of Belford, only five miles from the coast and within walking distance of shops, cafes and popular pubs.
Number Twenty Eight sits in the coastal village of Craster on Northumberland's stunning coast. With the Northumberland Coastal Pathway and great restaurants a short walk away, plus an abundance of attractions and glorious beaches within easy reach, this stylish beautifully presented holiday home is ideal for families, friends and also couples. Perfect for relaxing by the sea or to use as a base for exploring Northumberland.
A charming stone holiday cottage situated in the hamlet of Tindale in Cumbria, five miles from the small market town of Brampton and seven miles from Hadrian’s Wall. Perfect for exploring the Northern Pennines and enjoying country life.
The beautiful Northumberland countryside, beaches and castles are all laid out before you when you stay at Faith's Cottage. Nestled in a peaceful location around 10 miles from Morpeth, the four-bedroom stone cottage can easily accommodate up to eight guests, yet its layout and cosy furnishings make it equally appealing to smaller families and groups. It is very pet-friendly with both stables and kennels so you can take all members of your family on holiday to discover the countryside, beaches, castles and Roman forts, vibrant market towns and friendly villages in the area.
A fantastic 'art deco' holiday home in an enviable position overlooking the beach in the lovely village of Beadnell on the North Northumberland coastline. Striking throughout, this impressive property was featured in The Sunday Times as is perfect for large gatherings of friends or families who want to holiday together or celebrate a special occasion in style.
A converted stone barn with great views across the heart of the Scottish borders. Within easy reach of castles, gardens, ancient abbeys and just six miles from the Northumberland Border. Explore walks from the cottage and enjoy the peace of Burnbrae. Tourist board rating: 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 and a perfect base for exploring Northumberland's stunning Heritage Coastline, as well as the Cheviot Hills and the Scottish Borders.
Located on a farm and surrounded by glorious Northumberland countryside, this welcoming holiday cottage provides an excellent base for exploring the areas many attractions. The Northumberland coast with its spectacular beaches and the National Park are both a short car ride away, Alnwick and Rothbury are seven miles and the Scottish Borders and Edinburgh are also accessible for a day trip. Alternatively, just relax with views over the Cheviot Hills.
Luxury 5 star 'Gold Awarded' holiday cottages located on the Northumberland coast near Berwick Upon Tweed. Stylish welcoming accommodation ideal for exploring this beautiful part of Northumberland or the areas surrounding the Scottish Borders. With a music theme, each holiday home is unique and provides a warm welcome. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
Full of character and style, The Granary is one of a collection of luxury retreats in a picturesque setting on the edge of the Northumberland National Park. On-site tennis, stunning views, a log burner and plenty of space inside and out are just some of the many qualities guests can enjoy. Plenty of attractions (including the glorious Northumberland coast) make great days out and are within driving distance.
Stylish and beautifully presented throughout, this welcoming holiday cottage is one of a collection of luxury retreats ideally placed on the edge of Northumberland's stunning National Park. A haven for wildlife, guests can enjoy lovely views over the Cheviot Hills and an abundance of attractions for day trips out including the glorious Heritage Coast with its golden sands within easy driving distance.
Large and luxurious throughout, The Mill sits in an oasis of calm in a stunningly tranquil location on the edge of Northumberland's glorious National Park. Perfect for getting away from it all with friends and family, this large holiday home offers a high degree of comfort and a great base for exploring the areas many attractions including the Heritage Coast. With large grounds that are abundant with wildlife, guests have the use of a tennis court on-site and plenty of space to relax and unwind.
A collection of luxurious holiday retreats in an exceptional tranquil setting on the edge of the Northumberland National Park within easy reach of the areas many attractions including the Heritage Coast. Beautifully presented, well equipped, large grounds (including a tennis court) - ideal for couples, families or friends.
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.