Wooler Cottages

Wooler, a cosy market town nestled in the heart of Northumberland, invites you to experience a taste of rural England without the frills. Picture a place where time seems to saunter rather than sprint, and the gentle pace allows you to savor every moment. Roam the charming streets lined with traditional stone cottages, where the friendly locals share a smile and a chat. Embrace the simplicity of life as you explore the picturesque Glendale Valley or take a leisurely walk in the nearby Cheviot Hills, where the air is crisp, and the views are boundless. Wooler offers more than a quaint town; it's an invitation to unwind, connect with nature, and indulge in the unhurried beauty of Northumberland's countryside. Whether you're sampling local produce at the market or unwinding in a traditional pub, Wooler promises a warm Northern welcome and a chance to relish life's simple pleasures. But sprint to check out our collection of hand-picked Wooler cottages.

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

This charming town is known for its scenic landscapes, historic sites, and proximity to the Northumberland National Park. With a wide selection of Northumberland holiday cottages we have the ideal holiday home for you.

Here are the top 5 things to see and dofrom our cottages in Wooler:

Cheviot Hills

Explore the beautiful Cheviot Hills, part of the Northumberland National Park. The hills offer fantastic hiking and walking opportunities, with trails that lead to stunning viewpoints and tranquil valleys.

St. Mary's Church

Visit St. Mary's Church, a historic building with a distinctive octagonal spire. The church is located in the town centre and features interesting architectural details.

Glendale Gateway Trust

Learn about the local history and heritage at the Glendale Gateway Trust, which offers exhibitions, events, and information about the area's culture and past.

Milfield Plain

Discover Milfield Plain, an area of open countryside with archaeological sites dating back to the prehistoric era. The plain is home to ancient hillforts and other historical landmarks.

Local Food and Pubs

Enjoy the local cuisine and hospitality at Wooler's cafes, restaurants, and traditional pubs. It's a great opportunity to savour Northumberland's culinary offerings.

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