Belsay Hall, Castle & Gardens

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    A large, end terrace cottage in the popular fishing village of Amble. Yards from the seafront with views over Coquet Island. Pet-friendly and suitable for family or friends. WiFi. Enclosed patios. Alnmouth 4 miles. (Ref. 917218)

    7 nights from £367

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    Spacious Northumberland cottage near to Longframlington and Heritage coastline. Luxurious. Elevation position, panoramic views. Sitting room with woodburning stove, spacious kitchen/diner, enclosed garden, WiFi. Longframlington 1.5 miles. (Ref. 935201)

    7 nights from £359

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    A delightful Scandinavian-style lodge set in the grounds at Eastfield Hall. Superb ground floor accommodation, ideal base for touring. Warkworth 2 miles, Alnwick 6 miles. (Ref. 1031)

    7 nights from £300

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    Delightful stone-built, Grade II listed wing of the owners' home, in the heart of the Tyne Valley. Flag floors, range fireplace, cosy accommodation, pet- friendly, enclosed garden. Corbridge, Hexham and Hadrian's Hall 2 miles. (Ref. 928401)

    7 nights from £269

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    A charming, stone-built, single-storey cottage, centrally located in Longhorsley. Private patio, comfortable accommodation. Alnwick 14 miles. Morpeth 7 miles (Ref. 940924)

    7 nights from £279

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    Wonderful Scandinavian-style lodge at Eastfield Hall, two miles from Warkworth. Attractive ground floor accommodation. Views towards Warkworth Castle and sea. Alnwick 5 miles. (Ref. 935348)

    7 nights from £347

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    One of two Swarland lodges situated in peaceful grounds on the banks of the River Coquet, with stunning panoramic views over the Heritage Coastline. Superb position for touring Northumberland. Alnwick 8 miles. (Ref. 22335)

    7 nights from £376

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    Lovely, traditional, mid-terrace cottage, close to the centre of Amble. Cosy, comfortable accommodation. Ideal for exploring Northumberland's beautiful Heritage Coast. Alnmouth 4 miles. (Ref. 1689)

    7 nights from £281

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    A beautiful and spacious, semi-detached barn conversion. Just over a mile from the small village of Longframlington. En-suites, character features, WiFi. Ideal for families and friends. Alnwick 13 miles. (Ref. 935199)

    7 nights from £417

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    A bright and airy detached chalet with private decked veranda, one mile from Longframlington. Open plan, home-from-home, well-equipped chalet. Ideal peaceful getaway. Alnwick 11 miles. (Ref. 934221)

    7 nights from £337

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Just show me cottages near Belsay Hall & Gardens

Inspired by Sir Charles Monck 19th century honeymoon in Athens, Belsay Hall is famous for its sumptuous Greek architecture and exquisite craftsmanship. But there's more to this English estate than just fabulous structural design. Built over seven centuries in the midst of the serene Northumberland countryside, Belsay is also home to a 13th century castle, erected during the period of Anglo-Scottish warfare which threatened to ravage this illustrious county. Delve into Belsay's history for yourself on a cottage holiday in Northumberland. We've a number of excellent Northumberland holiday cottages within daytrip distance of this magnificent English Heritage site, so you can treat yourself and the kids to a great day out on your next cottage holiday in the North of England.

Something for everyone at Belsay Hall & Gardens

With its marvellous architecture, rich history and beautiful gardens, there really is something for everyone to enjoy at Belsay Hall. History fan? You'll want your camera at the ready as you explore the imposing ruin of Belsay Castle, first constructed here in 1270. Or, if you've a penchant for all things green fingered, you can look forward to a stroll around Belsay's eminent Grade 1 listed garden, which stretches from the formal garden encasing the hall, to the stunning quarry garden complete with cool ponds, thick ferns and striking sheer rock ravines. Plus, there's plenty to keep the youngsters occupied with, whether it's learning about Belsay Castle's murky past, or burning off some energy on the estate's expansive emerald lawns. We told you there was something for everyone at Belsay Hall, so be sure to pencil in a trip to this captivating English Heritage site on your next Northumberland cottage holiday!

So, when can I visit Belsay Hall and Gardens?

Belsay Hall and Gardens is open daily from 10am to 6pm, making it the perfect place to visit whether you're planning on packing a picnic and staying the whole day, or just looking for somewhere to stretch your legs one afternoon on your cottage holiday. Our nearby Northumberland holiday cottages make visiting Belsay Hall & Gardens a breeze, so book yours now and add a bit of fun and culture to your next cottage holiday!