Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages in Rothbury, Northumberland.
In the middle of Northumberland, our Rothbury holiday cottages are just three minutes to the hills and thirty to the coast. Rothbury is an attractive market town with a village-like atmosphere and is known as the 'Capital of Coquetdale'.
Enjoy a stroll along the River Coquet, browse the delightful shops, or have a bite to eat in a local pub or tea room.
The Cheviot Hills and the Northumberland National Park are both close by - idyllic playgrounds for lovers of the 'great outdoors'. From rambling, hill walking and fishing, to horse riding, cycling and mountain biking, there's something for everyone whether you're an aficionado or an amateur.
Even closer are Harwood Forest and the Simonside Hills, both wonderful for walking and the latter a popular haunt for rock climbers with three fine crags. Wildlife enthusiasts are in for a treat too, with red squirrels, deer, badgers, wild goats and an abundance of birdlife all in the area.
Or soak up the scenery from the fairways of Rothbury's 18-hole course, or from your car along quiet country roads weaving through the countryside.
Visit the National Trust's Cragside Estate, just a couple of miles from Rothbury. Explore the home of Victorian industrialist, Lord Armstrong - the first house to be lit by hydro-electricity - and play hide and seek with the children in the rhododendron labyrinth. Look out for Lady's Well at Holystone, Harbottle Castle and Brinkburn Priory too.
Round off the day at your Rothbury cottage, stoking the fire on a winter's night or sipping a sundowner alfresco style in summer.