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Top-rated holiday rentals in Northumberland

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Cottage in Warkworth
Beatrice Cottage, Warkworth.
Whisk yourself away to Beatrice Cottage in the beautiful, historic village of Warkworth on the breathtaking Northumberland Coast. Beatrice Cottage is one of four traditional cottages, set in a tranquil courtyard garden, just a short walk from the village centre. Tucked away just 100 yards from the banks of the River Coquet & a mere 5-10 minute walk from the golden sands of Warkworth Beach. The cottage has lovely views of Warkworth Castle and is fully equipped to be your perfect home from home.
27 Oct – 3 Nov, Individual Host
£148 per night
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Flat in Seahouses
Flat 4 - Cliff House
Comfortable, quiet, harbour-front holiday apartment with spectacular views and accommodation for 4 (we can take 6 but send a message to us before booking if there are more than 4 in your party) on the edge of Seahouses. Views out to the Farne Islands where you can see countless sea birds - or stay put and watch the wildlife from the apartment. We do use our flat whenever we can but are keen to share it rather than leaving it empty - everyone is welcome. Get in touch if you have any questions.
29 Oct – 5 Nov, Individual Host
£130 per night
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Cottage in Boulmer
Luxurious & modern on-the-beach family retreat
HIGH-END & MODERN SPEC - Stunning cottage just 20ft from beach. Relax in the quiet traditional fishing village of Boulmer, Alnmouth. High-end fixtures & picture perfect views of the spectacular coastline. It boasts a superb beachfront position (private beach access), so the sand & Northumberland Coastal Path is on your doorstep. The garden has comfortable garden furniture, a fire pit & plenty of space - perfect for sun worshipping as well as star gazing in this dark sky area.
11–18 Dec, Individual Host
£344 per night

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Other great holiday rentals in Northumberland

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Cottage in Northumberland
Cowslip; An old cottage with a cool modern vibe!
8–15 Nov, Individual Host
£173 per night
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Apartment in Northumberland
Luxury one-bedroom holiday apartment with log fire
1–8 Dec, Professional Host
£94 per night
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Bungalow in Waren Mill
Beechcroft cottage, Bamburgh, Northumberland
14–21 Nov, Individual Host
£201 per night
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Cottage in Wark
Ecologically restored Northumbrian stone cottage
23–30 Jun, Individual Host
£126 per night
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Cottage in Scottish Borders
The Bothy: cute converted barn for 1-4 guests
27 Jan – 3 Feb, Professional Host
£107 per night
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Cottage in England
The Nook Cottage In The Heart Of Northumberland
27 Nov – 4 Dec, Professional Host
£135 per night
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Cottage in Alnmouth
Coastal retreat,stunning views,dog friendly,CP
24–31 Aug, Individual Host
£209 per night
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Flat in Alnmouth
Seafield Granary in Alnmouth
27 Apr – 4 May, Individual Host
£149 per night
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Home in Eglingham
Beautiful 1 Bedroom Molly’s Cottage with Hot Tub
19–26 Aug, Individual Host
£201 per night
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Townhouse in Northumberland
Town house, recently refurbished, wood burner.
16–23 Dec, Individual Host
£106 per night
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Cottage in Chatton
Silver Fox Barn, Chatton, near Bamburgh
1–8 Jul, Individual Host
£232 per night
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Barn in High Buston
Skylark Seaview Studio
9–16 Jan, Individual Host
£160 per night

Your guide to Northumberland

Welcome to Northumberland

Northumberland is the northernmost county in England, running from north of Newcastle upon Tyne right up to the Scottish Borders. One of the least densely populated counties in the country, Northumberland is the kind of place you come if you want to get away from it all. It’s peppered with small market towns, forts, ruins, and forests. And there’s always the option to explore a castle or two, or to wander some beautiful English countryside.

To the east of Northumberland you’ll find ports and seaside towns like Berwick-upon-Tweed and Seahouses, as well as historic sites such as Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island. The province is a magnet for outdoor sports enthusiasts, attracting mountain bikers, rock climbers, and even golfers to its seaside courses. Inland, Northumberland National Park covers more than 1,000 square kilometres of hills, moorlands, forests, and villages. It’s one of the best places in the United Kingdom for stargazing, and, along with Kielder Forest, makes up the largest protected Dark Sky Park in Europe.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Northumberland

The history is woven into the landscape in Northumberland. Hadrian’s Wall, built by the Romans, is worth your time whatever the season. Castles like those at Bamburgh, Warkworth, and Alnwick offer a range of events and experiences year round. Summer in the province means incredible coastline, trail walking, and outdoor activities. Northumberland in winter is cold, but filled with warmth, a time to sip mulled wine at a traditional English Christmas market as a dusting of snow falls. Many of Northumberland’s market towns host arts, music, and film festivals year round. With a bit of planning, the chances of being lucky enough to see something you never expected in a beautiful setting are high.


Top things to do in Northumberland

Kielder Observatory

Located in Kielder Forest, Kielder Observatory runs public events across the year. Booking ahead is vital, but if you do you’ll get to hang out with astronomers and see some of the clearest views of the night sky in Europe. The forest is home to 50 percent of the United Kingdom’s red squirrels, and a good place for hiking and mountain biking. You’ll see more of the night sky than you’d think possible, even if you forget your telescope.

Tar Bar’l

If you’re lucky enough to be in Northumberland for New Year’s Eve, travel to Allendale for the Tar Bar’l to watch the annual procession where 45 men carry whisky barrels filled with burning tar through the streets to welcome the coming year.

Roman Ruins

The Roman Wall reaches across the north of Northumberland. Travel to a Roman settlement like Vindolanda or a Roman fort like Housesteads and watch the sun falling beyond the horizon as a Roman soldier would have done more than two thousand years ago.

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