Treat yourself to an indulgent Northumberland escape. The Hoot is a wonderful stone cottage in Bilton, with incredible views over the Aln Valley. Alnwick and the Northumberland Coast are nearby, and you can access fantastic footpaths and cycling routes from the door. Within half an hour are places like the Northumberland National Park, Alnwick Castle, Bamburgh Castle and Chillingham Castle, museums, heritage trains, amazing gardens, and nature reserves. York, Edinburgh and Newcastle are close enough for a day out by car or train. The Hoot has recently been refurbished to a very high standard to provide luxurious accommodation for up to six people in two bedrooms.
This new holiday home is luxuriously furnished with all modern comforts, including a superb primary bedroom suite on the mezzanine level. It's perfect for a relaxed holiday with family and friends, sleeping six people in three bedrooms and being child and dog friendly. You're only a few miles from Alnwick and within easy reach of the Northumberland National Park, Northumberland Coast, Cheviot Hills and the Scottish Border. It's a fantastic area for sightseeing, walking, bird watching, mountain biking, fishing, photography and food. Short self-catering breaks are possible in autumn and winter, but we think you'll find three days here simply isn't long enough.
Sleeping up to six guests, Seaview Cottage lives up to its name sitting in an enviable position with stunning views across Embleton Bay to the ruins of majestic Dunstanburgh Castle. Located in the heart of Embleton village, the shop and pubs are within strolling distance and the glorious three-mile beach is also accessible by foot. A comfy, much loved holiday home with a large garden, the cottage is in a superb position for exploring Northumberland's glorious coast and countryside with the National Park, Newcastle upon Tyne and the Scottish Borders within easy driving distance.
With amazing views over the Cheviot Hills, The Granary sleeps two guests and offers single-level self-catering that is an ideal base for exploring Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. Located just a mile from the Northumberland village of Powburn on the A697, guests can enjoy easy access to popular places like Alnwick, Seahouses on the coast and Border towns including Kelso. With 60 acres of farmland on the doorstep and a patio with incredible views, the cottage is also ideal for those who simply want to relax and unwind in a peaceful countryside setting abundant with wildlife. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold