Northumberland Coast Cottages

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    Superb contemporary second floor apartment with fabulous views over sea and harbour in Hartlepool. Modern open plan living, stylish accommodation. 5 mins walk to marina, restaurants and pubs. 2 miles to Seaton Carew beach. Durham 18 miles. (Ref. 935730)

    7 nights from £314

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    Wonderful, contemporary third floor apartment, overlooking the sea and harbour in Hartlepool. Stylish open plan living area, en-suite to double bedroom, WiFi, pet friendly. Great base for exploring the surrounding countryside and Durham city, 18 miles. (Ref. 935729)

    7 nights from £314

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    Superb Grade II* listed 17th century house on the Quay Walls in Berwick-upon-Tweed. Fabulous views, woodburner, gorgeous interior. Pubs, restaurants and art shops two minutes' walk. (Ref. 934152)

    7 nights from £394

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    Outstanding cottage with stunning views. Short walk to local amenities and the beach. Beautifully-presented with two woodburning stoves. (Ref. 931252)

    7 nights from £395

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    A stone-built, ground floor cottage in the pretty village of Warkworth. Great location next to pubs, restaurants and shops. Coquet River 2 minutes walk, coast 20 minutes walk. Alnwick 5 miles. (Ref. 931068)

    7 nights from £284

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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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    Traditional end-terrace cottage in quiet location above Saltburn Beach. Open fire in original fireplace, off road parking, lovely views. Ten mins walk to beach and town centre. Excellent walking area and easy access to coastal towns. (Ref. 929674)

    7 nights from £244

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    Delightful semi-detached cottage in the quaint fishing hamlet of Low Hauxley, on the Heritage Coastline. WiFi. Well-equipped and comfortable with a woodburning stove. Beach across the road. On the Coast and Castles cycle route. Amble 1.5 miles. (Ref. 924140)

    7 nights from £329

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    Delightful, terraced cottage in Amble. Inglenook with woodburning stove. Pet-friendly. Short stroll to seafront with views over Coquet Island. Well-placed for pubs and restaurants. Alnmouth 4 miles. (Ref. 922857)

    7 nights from £300

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    Cosy terraced cottage, centrally located in the historic village of Bamburgh, with its sandy beach and imposing castle. Dog-friendly with an enclosed garden. Perfectly positioned for touring Northumberland. Alnwick 12 miles. (Ref. 919425)

    7 nights from £329

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Just show me Northumberland Coastal Cottages

Please find below a selection of Northumberland coastal cottages. All these properties are located within one mile of the Northumberland Coast.

Sublime beaches, splendid castles and enchanting villages all contribute to the charm and timeless appeal of Northumberland's breathtaking Heritage Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Wherever your Northumberland Coast Cottage happens to be, the surroundings will no doubt exceed your expectations.

Explore it from top to bottom. The historic walled town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Picturesque Bamburgh and its imposing castle. The lively coastal town of Seahouses, just a hop from the Farne Islands. Newton-by-the-Sea, a National Trust village with an award-winning pub. The windswept dunes and golden sands of Embleton Bay. Pretty Craster, famous for oak-smoked kippers. Howick Hall's stunning gardens. The historic village of Warkworth and its impressive hill-top castle. And that's just a taste of what's on offer.

Much of the area is sparsely populated, creating an unrivalled sense of space and freedom - little wonder outdoor activities are so enjoyable! Try water sports like surfing, sailing, diving and fishing. Spot rare and endangered wildlife at the many nature reserves. For walking, there are two long distance trails - the Northumberland Coast Path and St. Oswald's Way. Join the Coast and Castles Cycle Route, a fabulous way to soak up the scenery and local sights. Saddle up and canter along endless empty beaches. Or take the gentler option and enjoy a round of golf on fairways next to the sea.

So whether it's an active holiday with the children, a relaxing break with friends, or a romantic escape for two, a Northumberland Coast cottage holiday is a very inviting proposition.