The magnificent Northumberland National Park, Kielder Forest and Whitelee Moor surround this period stone holiday home that sleeps four people in two bedrooms. The Pennine Way passes the gate, and there are miles of footpaths, bridleways and cycling routes to explore. The Old School House is close to favourite attractions like Cragside, Hadrian's Wall, and Alnwick Castle and Garden. The Northumberland Coast is just an hour away, and there are many other attractions and activities to delight couples and families in all seasons.
Church Cottage is within strolling distance of Hadrian's Wall, River North Tyne, and a Michelin starred restaurant. It's a gorgeous holiday home sleeping four people in two bedrooms, with loads of family-friendly and environmentally-friendly touches that have earned it four stars from Visit England and a Green Tourism award. Chester Roman Fort, Hexham, Bamburgh, Alnwick Castle, the Farne and Holy Islands, Beamish Museum, and Wallington are just a few of many places for fun days out, with Wall being a quiet, welcoming village in which to relax and enjoy your stay. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Set within the Northumberland National Park, this pretty stone property is an ideal self-catering getaway for couples and small families looking to explore one of England's most spectacular landscapes. Sleeping four people in a two ensuite bedrooms, Shepherd's Retreat perfectly blends original character and charm with modern day conveniences. Enjoy walks and bike rides from the front door, explore Hadrian's Wall, the market town of Hexham or attractions such as The Sill, Chesters Roman Fort and Museum, Vindoland, Birdoswald and the Temple of Mithras.
Northumberland is arguably one of England's most spectacular landscapes. It boasts not only a national park but also a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Hadrian's Wall) and some of the most important Roman sites in the country. Vesta View is named after the Roman goddess of the hearth and home, and guests certainly feel welcome from the moment they arrive, with comfortable furnishings and luxurious touches that include coffee pods and bathrobes. The wheelchair accessible holiday home has five ensuite bedrooms, two of which are downstairs with accessible shower rooms. The market town of Hexham is only a few miles away, as are attractions like The Sill, Chesters Roman Fort and Museum, Vindoland, Birdoswald and the Temple of Mithras. The flexible layout and spacious private grounds make Vesta View perfect for big and extended families or groups of friends.
The Old Workshop is a gorgeous holiday cottage in Milfield, within walking distance of a 18th Century pub and close to the Cheviot Hills. The Northumberland National Park, Northumberland Coast and Scottish Borders are within only a few miles, giving you a huge variety of places to visit, activities to try, and sights to see. Walking, cycling, fishing the Rivers Till and Tweed, shopping in Wooler and Bamburgh, and day trips to Holy Island and Edinburgh area all possible when you stay in this welcoming holiday home, where five people can sleep in three bedrooms.
Hoolit Cottage is on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, a stone's throw from the Scottish Border, just a few miles from the beautiful Cheviot Hills. It is surrounded by two acres of wildlife gardens with beautiful views of the Bowmont Valley. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the cottage sleeps four people and would be perfect for families or a peaceful get away for couples. The location is excellent for wildlife watching, visiting historic sites, walking, cycling and exploring the amazing North Northumberland Herritage Coast. Bookings are available all year round.
Heavenfield Cottage offers luxurious holiday accommodation for couples in incredible surroundings. Close to the border of the Northumberland National Park and within easy reach of Kielder Forest and the North Pennines AONB, the cottage is on a farm that was built on the site of Hadrian's Wall, with some of the wall's stones incorporated into the cottage. Hexham is only four miles away, offering an array of shops, cafes and restaurants, while Newcastle and Gateshead provide more shopping and excitement. Thanks to its location on the border between England and Scotland, Northumberland's history is almost as dramatic as its magnificent landscape, and at Heavenfield Cottage you are close to it all. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
Treat yourself to a fantastic holiday at The Hideaway. The modern holiday home built in a traditional style is the perfect place for a self-catering holiday with family, extended family and friends. It's on the edge of Netherton village close to the Northumberland National Park, a quarter of a mile from The Star Inn pub and close to Alnwick Castle, Hadrian's Wall, Alnmouth, Holy Island and the Northumberland Heritage Coast. Dogs and children are welcome. Holiday bookings are available all year round, with short breaks possible depending on availability.
If you're yearning for fresh air, big sky views, and a place where you, your family and friends can relax and catch up, Gardener's Cottage is it. Sitting in Netherton close to the national park and the Cheviot Hills, the three-bedroom holiday home is perfect for self-catering holidays in Northumberland in any season. There is space for seven people, with children and well-behaved dogs welcome. Take long walks and bike rides through the countryside or along the coast, visit stately homes and castles, and enjoy long pub lunches or picnics on a sunny day.
Located in the southern corner of the beautiful Northumberland National Park and just a few miles north of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this one bedroom self-catering apartment is the perfect bolthole for couples looking to explore the fascinating history and stunning landscape on your doorstep. Enjoy walks and bike rides from the front door, explore Roman Forts, castles and stately homes and meander around pretty villages and quintessential market towns. Old Repeater Station is dog friendly and available for bookings all year.
Cheviot View is perfect for large groups of friends and families looking to enjoy some time away together in a picturesque tranquil setting. One of a collection of luxurious holiday retreats on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, Cheviot View sleeps up to ten guests and is within easy reach of the Heritage Coast and Northumberland's many attractions. On-site tennis and plenty of fabulous local walks and cycle rides straight from the front door.
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.
Sitting in the very heart of the Dales, this cosy quaint holiday cottage is a superb self-catering base for visiting many popular areas including the Yorkshire Dales, Northumberland, Cumbria and the coast. Alternatively, enjoy the unspoilt beauty of County Durham or simply relax when you stay at Innkeepers Cottage.
If a self-catering holiday in a stone farmhouse on a private estate in the Northumberland National Park is your goal, you and your family will love The Comb Farmhouse. This traditional farmhouse is ideal for a family holiday. It sleeps six people in three bedrooms and has great access to footpaths, mountain bike trails and popular attractions like Kielder Water and Hadrian's Wall. You can hike, cycle, fish, play golf, horse ride and sightsee to your heart's content during the day, then settle back and gaze upwards to enjoy the brilliance of the spectacular night sky.
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.
The Forge sleeps up to six guests and is one in a collection of luxury 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 throughout, The forge is well equipped for families, friends or couples who like a little extra space and sits in large grounds with the use of an outdoor tennis court.
If you long for escape, look no further than Stonecrop Cottage. The first-floor self-catering apartment is in a converted granary with stone walls and a gabled ceiling with original beams. The one-bedroom rental is in the friendly village of Alwinton in the Northumberland National Park, within walking distance of the excellent local pub. It sleeps two people so suitable for couples or solo visitors who want somewhere with immediate access to incredible walks, thrilling mountain bike trails, and spectacular views. The cottage is 10 miles from Rothbury and within easy reach of the Cheviot Hills, Scottish Borders and Hadrians Wall.