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Holiday cottages in Northumberland

NY9366 : Town Head, Main StreetNU1813 : Junction of Narrowgate and Pottergate, AlnwickNU2329 : Rocky shore, BeadnellNY7064 : Haltwhistle Burn near the Old BrickworksNY7064 : Main Street east of Aesica RoadNU0501 : Footbridge crossing the River Coquet
Northumberland is a popular region in England for self-catering holidays. This rugged yet charming county offers a range of activities and enough hidden gems to excite even the most hardened traveller; from miles of sandy beaches on unspoilt coasts to spectacular National Parks and one of the country’s most historically significant castles.

Holiday cottages in Northumberland represent some of the most sought after locations in England. From stone cottages with authentic thatched roofs to more contemporary designs, self-catering holidays in the north east of England provides a gamut of unique and breath-taking locations. Visitors can enjoy strolling through the historical towns of Warkworth Village or Alnwick, taking a round of golf at the Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club or depart on a boat to the Holy Islands of Lindisfarne. With so many ways for visitors to fill their days, the real problem is what to leave out!

One must for any visitor to Northumberland is a visit to Bamburgh Castle. Situated on a rocky outcrop, lording over the North Sea, Bamburgh Castle is arguably the best preserved Medieval castle in the whole of the England. This imposing castle is steeped in history, from the early Britons, to the Vikings up until the sixteenth century. More recently, the castle has been popularised by a series of novels written by Bernard Cornwell, author of the Sharpe stories.

Filled with picturesque villages and some of the finest holiday cottages in the country, a trip to Northumberland is to take a holiday in England’s glorious past.

NU1813 : Narrowgate, Alnwick

NY7064 : War Memorial, Haltwhistle

NY7064 : Small pole transformer