Embleton Cottages

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    Delightful detached stone-built cottage in attractive Embleton. Comfortably furnished with pretty garden, short walk to sandy beaches and golf course. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 562)

    7 nights from £349

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    A superb Embleton property with breathtaking views of Dunstanburgh Castle and Embleton Bay. Open fires. En-suites. Ideal for families. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 20247)

    7 nights from £717

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    Stunning Embleton property, luxurious five star accommodation for large parties with uninterrupted views of Dunstanburgh Castle and beautiful Embleton Bay. (Ref. 20248)

    7 nights from £1352

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    Delightful, semi-detached converted barn on the Northumberland Heritage Coast near Embleton. Open plan accommodation with woodburner. Lovely views. Easy walk down to the beach. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 917240)

    7 nights from £380

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    Delightful semi-detached cottage. Lovely panoramic views towards Embleton Bay. Woodburner. Short drive to great pubs and restaurants. (Ref. 930498)

    7 nights from £380

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    A beautiful, single-storey cottage near Embleton and Craster. Open plan, beams, trusses, woodburner, WiFi, hot tub, play area. Embleton Bay just half a mile walk across owner's pathway through fields. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 949760)

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    7 nights from £414

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    Detached single-storey cottage near Embleton and Craster. Bright and airy. Woodburner, WiFi, hot tub, panoramic views to the sea. Beach just half a mile easy walk. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 947951)

    7 nights from £414

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    Stone-built barn conversion on the Northumberland Heritage Coast near Embleton. Open plan accommodation. Stunning views towards the sea. Buggy friendly pathway down to the sea. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 936518)

    7 nights from £431

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    Stone-built cottage with hot tub and woodburner. WiFi. Short stroll to the beach, kids playground, shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile. (Ref. 930497)

    7 nights from £567

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    Fabulous, semi-detached barn conversion on the Northumberland Heritage Coast. Woodburning stove. Ground floor bedrooms and shower room. Snooker table. Sea views. Short walk to beach. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 924725)

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Just show me Embleton Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Embleton, Northumberland.

Watch the sun rise over the sea and set over the Cheviot Hills. Not a bad way to start and end the day on an Embleton cottage holiday!

The old village of Embleton sits amid an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to astonishing beaches and impressive castles.

Walk to the sweeping dune-backed sands of Embleton Bay and join the coastal path. Go south past the wooden beach huts and look out for the mystical 'vanishing rock' as you head for Dunstanburgh Castle. Take time to explore the castle's ruins and soak up the views; then continue on to the tiny fishing village of Craster, world-famous for sensational kippers!

Or go north from Embleton Bay, through picturesque Low Newton-by-the-Sea (where there's a good local watering hole) and on past Beadnell Bay, Beadnell village until you reach Seahouses, gateway to the Farne Islands - a paradise for puffins and seals.

What's more, you can see all this and more by pedal power too, along the Coast and Castles Cycle Route.

Golfing is another reason to choose an Embleton holiday cottage, with the 18-hole links of Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club a stone's throw away, not to mention numerous other gems within a short drive. Playing on fairways next to the sea is a magical experience.

Other ways to spend a day include fishing, sandcastle building, rock pooling, windsurfing, bird-watching - or doing nothing at all! Add a myriad of nearby attractions like Alnwick Castle and The Alnwick Garden and it's no wonder this beautiful corner of England has such a following.