Northumbria Cottages

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    Ryehill Farm Cottage: A wonderful cottage at the base of the Simonside Hills. Cycle routes and walks galore from the doorstep. Woodburner, lovely views, warm and cosy. Thropton 0.75 miles by foot. (Ref. 23687)

    7 nights from £282

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    Gamekeeper's Cottage: A charming, stone-built cottage in the peaceful Northumberland village of Chillingham, 1.5 miles from Chatton. Cosy, comfortable accommodation. Easy access to Heritage Coastline. Alnwick 13 miles. (Ref. 23042)

    7 nights from £280

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    Eastfield: Superb cottage in centre of Corbridge. Two minute walk to shop and pub. Ideal for a couple or family. Hexham 3 miles. Newcastle 16 miles. (Ref. 22844)

    7 nights from £459

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    The Stone Byre: Superb two bedroom cottage with a multi-fuel stove and panoramic countryside views. Bike storage, patio with furniture and BBQ. Barnard Castle 2 miles. (Ref. 21862)

    7 nights from £299

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    Housekeepers: First-class wing of a substantial country home, set in two acres of beautiful grounds in the heart of the Teesdale countryside. Private tennis court and hot tub. Middleton-in-Teesdale 1 mile. (Ref. 20659)

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    7 nights from £360

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    Coastguard Cottage: Super family-friendly cottage in the much sought after village of Low Newton-by-the-Sea. Spectacular views over Newton Bay and Dunstanburgh Castle. Beadnell 3 miles. (Ref. 20503)

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    7 nights from £427

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    Church View Cottage: A pretty, double fronted terraced Northumberland cottage in the market town of Wooler. Heritage coastline 15 miles and Cheviots a short drive away. Great base for touring. Alnwick 18 miles. (Ref. 20027)

    7 nights from £296

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    North Riding: Well-presented semi-detached cottage near Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Cosy bungalow on fringe of Skelton village. Beautiful views over coastline, open plan modern living accommodation. Well equipped and comfortable. Saltburn 3 miles. (Ref. 19996)

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    Ridge Cottage: A lovely, stone-built cottage in the rural hamlet of Whitridge. Cosy, comfortable rooms. Stabling and paddock on request. Morpeth 10 miles. (Ref. 17608)

    7 nights from £280

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    Megstone: A single-storey, semi-detached bungalow, situated on a quiet estate in the heart of Beadnell. Well-equipped accommodation, with enclosed, sunny, rear garden. A great base for touring Northumberland. Seahouses 1.5 miles. (Ref. 17562)

    7 nights from £323

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If you could bring a holiday wish list to life, what would it be? Family escapes to the seaside? Exploring glorious countryside? Getting close to nature? Discovering historic treasures? A holiday in a Northumbria cottage allows you to do all these things and more...

(Before we continue, you may wonder why we are promoting 'Northumbria' as a holiday destination - after all, it no longer exists! In years gone by, it was a British kingdom stretching from the Humber to Edinburgh and today the county of Northumberland takes its name from it. Just a handful of local bodies retain the original name, including the Northumbria Police and the Northumbria University in Newcastle. Thanks to artistic licence, we also prefer to use this ancient name when describing Northumberland as we firmly believe it's a much better way to describe this wonderfully romantic region.)

And how romantic it is! A heavenly blend of divine beaches, castles and villages stretch along Northumbria's breathtaking Heritage Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Don't miss the extraordinary walled town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The splendid castles of Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh and Warkworth. Gorgeous seaside settlements like Craster and Low-Newton-by-the-Sea. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Wildlife watching around the Farne Islands. Walk the Northumberland Coast Path or St. Oswald's Way. Cycle the Coast and Castles Route. Or canter along miles of golden beaches.

Head inland and find the ever-changing landscapes of the Northumberland National Park. Dark sweeping skies just made for stargazing. Hadrian's Wall, a World Heritage Site adorned with fortresses and archaeological sites. Explore the North Pennines, a protected area of velvet moors and picturesque dales. Roam wild Redesdale. Or discover the stunning Kielder Water & Forest Park, a haven for mountain bikers and water sports' enthusiasts. Visit delightful towns like Morpeth and Rothbury. And don't forget Alnwick Castle (or Hogwarts to Harry Potter fans) and The Alnwick Garden, brimming with extraordinary features.

Wherever you go, wherever you stay, holidaying in a Northumbria cottage will have your wish list bursting with life!