Holy Island Cottages

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    A superb stately home near Belford. Luxury Northumberland holiday home with games room, open fires, large grounds and space for everyone. A very special base. Alnwick 15 miles. (Ref. 903958)

    7 nights from £3883

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    A superb stone-built barn conversion with distant views of the sea, 1.5 miles from Belford. Luxury accommodation with woodburner. Spacious kitchen/diner. WiFi. Bamburgh 4 miles. (Ref. 931066)

    7 nights from £400

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    Lovely, compact former schoolhouse conversion. Mezzanine bedroom, spiral staircase, private patio with furniture. Ideal touring base. Holy Island 2 miles. (Ref. 904066)

    7 nights from £233

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    Delightful stone-built conversion with open plan living area. Enclosed patio. Coast just two miles away. A wonderful touring location. Holy Island 2 miles. (Ref. 904062)

    7 nights from £242

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    Charming cottage in the scattered hamlet of Beal. Mezzanine bedroom. Woodburner in comfortable open plan living area. Holy Island 2 miles. (Ref. 904067)

    7 nights from £252

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    A single-storey detached cottage in elevated position on outskirts of Belford. Cosy accommodation with views towards Budle Bay. Bamburgh 4 miles. (Ref. 2807)

    7 nights from £342

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    Luxury holiday apartment at Waren Mill. High quality fittings and furnishings. Views across Budle Bay to Lindisfarne in distance. Bamburgh 3 miles. (Ref. 988)

    7 nights from £391

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    Fabulous apartment in tiny hamlet of Waren Mill, just 3 miles from Bamburgh. Wonderful views over Budle Bay. Seahouses 3 miles. (Ref. 2101)

    7 nights from £340

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    Charming, single-storey cottage, a former mid 19th century stable block. Full of character with woodburning stove. Within easy reach of Northumberland's Heritage Coast. (Ref. 1996)

    7 nights from £319

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    Delightful terraced cottage in Belford, close to the Heritage Coastline. Well-equipped accommodation that's ideal for a family holiday. Hot tub, pet-friendly. Excellent walking, beaches and castles in the area. Bamburgh 5 miles. (Ref. 929069)

    7 nights from £478

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Just show me Holy Island of Lindisfarne Cottages

Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent near the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland.

For scenery and serenity, escape to a Lindisfarne holiday cottage on magical Holy Island. It's a wonderful place for families, nature lovers, walkers and anyone with a passion for cultural heritage.

Accessible from the mainland at low tide via a long causeway, it's lovely to watch the tide come up, knowing you're here to stay if only for a while.

Holy Island is the 'Birthplace of Christianity' and remains a place of pilgrimage today. Browse the ruins of Lindisfarne Priory and unearth its past at the Heritage Centre - invasions by the Vikings, the life of St. Cuthbert and the monks who lived here; even tales about Henry VIII.

For dazzling views, visit the 16th Century Lindisfarne Castle, perched on a rocky outcrop and protected by the National Trust.

Holy Island is a paradise for bird-watching, with over 300 species listed within the National Nature Reserve while, at high tide, grey seals can sometimes be spotted on the beaches.

Talking of beaches, the ones here are made for buckets and spades, rock pooling and kiting, entertaining kids and parents alike. Or discover them on horse-back - an experience not-to-be-missed! For walking, the long-distance ways of St. Cuthbert and St. Oswald both leave from the island.

Savour fresh crab rolls and sumptuous oysters, not to mention local mead, brewed to an ancient recipe. Though it's a small island, there's a choice of restaurants, cafés and pubs.

So if leaving the hustle and bustle behind is important to you, a Lindisfarne cottage could be your perfect match.