Whether you want to be close to the sea or enjoy moorland hikes and rural adventures, you’ll find it all with a stay in one of our holiday properties in Northumberland.
From truly beautiful beaches at Bamburgh to traditional stone cottages in Lindisfarne to nature reserves at High Hauxley, wherever your interests lie, Northumberland has something for everyone. There is so much to see and do in Northumberland, from star gazing near Kielder Water to exploring the castles and gardens in Alnwick, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Browse through our list of featured destinations, and find your perfect place to stay in Northumberland with us.
Resting on the Northumberland Coast AONB, St. Oswald’s Way and the National Coast and Castles cycle route, this pretty village is the perfect base for outdoor lovers.
An enchanting market town displaying a majestic castle, Alnwick is perfectly placed for discovering the countryside and coastline of this astounding region.
Amble-by-the-Sea is known for its stunning harbour and excellent seafood cuisine and makes for a dreamy destination for a Northumberland coastal break.
A photographer’s paradise, the charming town of Bamburgh plays host to an awe-inspiring castle acting as a phenomenal backdrop for the town’s white, sandy beach.
Encompassed by its Elizabethan walls, discover this picturesque town’s history by visiting the fascinating museums and admiring the stunning architecture.
With a gloriously sandy beach and an 18-hole links golf course, this tranquil village would be the ideal spot for a relaxing getaway on the Northumberland coast.
This aesthetically pleasing market town has lots of charm and character; its dramatic abbey, cobbled streets and immaculate park make it one of Northumberland’s true gems.
Boasting historic streets laced with exquisite shops and eateries, the market town of Morpeth is the perfect blend of traditional and contemporary.
Beautifully placed on the Northumberland Coast AONB, the charming fishing village of Seahouses boasts sandy beaches, a bustling harbour and excellent wildlife watching opportunities.
Warkworth is an irresistibly quaint coastal village, rich with history and dominated by its imposing castle and church.