Rothbury cottages

Rothbury, located in Northumberland, is a charming market town surrounded by stunning countryside. The town is a perfect base for exploring the Northumberland National Park, which is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK. Rothbury is also close to a range of historical and cultural attractions, including the magnificent Alnwick Castle and the Cragside House and Gardens. The town itself is a hub of local activity, with a range of independent shops and restaurants, making it an ideal destination for foodies and culture vultures. With its breathtaking scenery, fascinating history, and vibrant local culture, Rothbury is a must-visit destination for anyone travelling to Northumberland. With our pet-friendly Rothbury cottages even your canine companion can enjoy a break from the ordinary!

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Rothbury, a picturesque village in Northumberland, offers a serene setting with access to beautiful landscapes and cultural attractions. Here are the top five things to see and do in Rothbury:

  1. Simonside Hills: Embark on a hike or walk in the stunning Simonside Hills. The area boasts scenic trails, rolling hills, and breathtaking views that are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts.

  2. Cragside House and Gardens: Visit Cragside, a historic Victorian mansion and estate that was the first house in the world to be lit using hydroelectric power. Explore the house's interiors, extensive gardens, and woodland walks.

  3. Rothbury Golf Course: Play a round of golf at Rothbury Golf Course, which offers picturesque views of the surrounding countryside and hills while enjoying a relaxing game.

  4. The Coquetvale Hotel: Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea or a meal at The Coquetvale Hotel. This charming establishment offers a cosy atmosphere and a chance to savour the local cuisine.

  5. Rothbury Traditional Music Festival: If you're visiting in July, don't miss the Rothbury Traditional Music Festival, a celebration of folk music and dance that attracts musicians and visitors from across the country.

Bonus: Take leisurely walks along the River Coquet, explore the quaint shops and cafés in the village, and immerse yourself in the serene Northumberland countryside.

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