Northumberland cottages

Northumberland, a realm of rugged beauty and historical treasures. This county is a tapestry of diverse landscapes, where ancient castles and pristine beaches meet rolling hills and wild moorland, and our Northumberland cottages provide the perfect refuge for exploration. Explore Alnwick Castle, known for its enchanting gardens and as a filming location for Harry Potter. Walk in the footsteps of knights at Bamburgh Castle, perched majestically on a windswept cliff overlooking the North Sea. Northumberland's Dark Sky Park offers a celestial spectacle, making it a stargazer's paradise. For nature enthusiasts, the Farne Islands provide a sanctuary for seabirds, while Hadrian's Wall tells tales of Roman conquests against the backdrop of scenic vistas. Our Northumberland cottages, tucked away in quaint villages and amidst stunning landscapes, offer a cosy retreat after days of adventure.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Northumberland

Northumberland, located in the northeast of England, is a county known for its rugged landscapes, ancient castles, and rich history. If you want a little more opulence then why not treat yourself to one of our Northumberland luxury cottages?

Here are the top five things to see and do in Northumberland:

  1. Alnwick Castle: Visit Alnwick Castle, one of England's most iconic and well-preserved medieval castles. It has a fascinating history and has been featured in several movies and TV shows, including the Harry Potter series. Explore its magnificent state rooms, gardens, and grounds.

  2. Hadrian's Wall: Discover the famous Hadrian's Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that once marked the northern frontier of the Roman Empire. Take a walk along the wall's remains, visit the various forts and museums, and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

  3. Farne Islands: Embark on a boat trip to the Farne Islands, a group of rocky islands off the Northumberland coast. The islands are home to a wide variety of seabirds, including puffins, terns, and guillemots. You might also spot seals and dolphins during the boat ride.

  4. Bamburgh Castle: Marvel at Bamburgh Castle, perched on a dramatic cliff overlooking the North Sea. This imposing castle boasts a history spanning over 1,400 years and offers stunning coastline views. Explore the castle's rooms and learn about its past through interactive exhibits.

  5. Holy Island of Lindisfarne: Experience the unique charm of the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, accessible by a causeway during low tide. Visit the Lindisfarne Priory, a historic monastic site, and explore the picturesque village with its quaint shops and cafes.