Wooler Cottages

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    Gardener's Cottage: A cosy, stone-built cottage in Chillingham, 3 miles from Chatton. Peaceful hamlet location, views over Chillingham Castle grounds. Cheviot Hills 10 miles, Bamburgh Castle 12 miles. (Ref. 942932)

    7 nights from £280

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    Bunty's Place: Comfortable semi-detatched cottage in the rural hamlet of North Hazelrigg, walks from the doorstep, multi-fuel stove, panoramic views. Chatton 3 miles, Bamburgh 10 miles (Ref. 925319)

    7 nights from £278

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    Mill House: A superb detached cottage close to the Northumberland village of Lowick. Large living room with games area, well-equipped kitchen. Lawned garden, pet-friendly. Well placed for exploring the Cheviots and the Heritage Coastline. Wooler 8 miles. (Ref. 917752)

    7 nights from £489

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    Barmoor Ridge: Delightful detached cottage in wonderful rural position between Lowick and Ford. All ground floor. Open fire, views of Cheviots and sea. Berwick 11 miles. (Ref. 409)

    7 nights from £347

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    The Old Farmhouse: One of our Northumbria cottages with lovely views, this detached house is in a lovely rural position on a working farm near Lowick; ideally placed for the coast, countryside, rest and relaxation. Wooler 10 miles. (Ref. 3520)

    7 nights from £639

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    Gardener's Cottage: An outstanding, stone-built detached barn conversion in a beautiful and peaceful location. All ground floor. Cosy woodburner. Patio overlooking woodland area. Bamburgh and coastline 5 miles. (Ref. 23941)

    7 nights from £363

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    Cuthbert's Cottage: Traditional Belford cottage on a working farm close to picturesque village. Sleeps four. Two bedrooms. Horse riding and country walks on the doorstep. Belford 2.5 miles. Bamburgh 5 miles. (Ref. 10382)

    7 nights from £272

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    Cheviot Cottage: Cosy mid-terrace cottage in the small rural village of Lowick. Multi-fuel stove and large enclosed garden. Ideal touring base for Northumberland, Borders and Cheviots. Berwick-upon-Tweed 11 miles. (Ref. 906186)

    7 nights from £269

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    The Coach House: A delightful, early 19th century, former coach house in the attractive village of Lowick. Spacious accommodation with woodburner. Heritage Coast within driving distance. Berwick 11 miles. (Ref. 1979)

    7 nights from £376

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    The Barmoor Retreat: Cosy mid-terrace cottage in this small rural village. Woodburner, high standard of accommodation, ideal touring base. Wooler 8 miles. (Ref. 906100)

    7 nights from £287

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Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages in Wooler, Northumberland.

Gateway to Glendale and the Northumberland National Park, the charming market town of Wooler nestles in the foothills of the Cheviots close to the Scottish Border. It is one of the region's main centres, with traditional inns, restaurants and cafés, all kinds of shops and a working pottery studio.

On the doorstep of your Wooler cottage is magnificent countryside dotted with ancient hill forts and evidence of Bronze and Iron Age settlements. Sleepy country lanes, trails and bridleways, not to mention the long distance Pennine Cycleway and St. Cuthbert's Way walk crisscross the area, making this a playground for the outdoors' enthusiast. Rock climbing is popular too, as is fishing on the Till or Tweed. Play golf at the local club, or saddle up at one of the area's top riding stables - Kimmerston - featuring a range of rides from countryside hacks to beachside gallops.

Just outside town is the Fenton Centre, a visitor and heritage centre offering that little bit more. Located on a working farm, discover the area's cultural heritage and all about the environment. Join a guided nature walk, view wildlife ponds, visit the centre for Birds of Prey and watch the kids run wild in the adventure play area - it's the ideal place to wear 'wellies' and have fun while you learn! A coffee shop and art gallery complete the facilities.

Other day trips might include a trip to the Heritage Coast, The Alnwick Garden or the historic battle site of Flodden Field.

So for the best of town and country, try a Wooler cottage!