Northumberland is one of the largest and most under populated counties in England. It is made up of rolling hills, wild moorland and a stunning coastline. The Northumberland National Park covers an area of three hundred and ninety eight square miles and is perfect for walkers and cyclists.
There are charming villages and magnificent castles dotted across the county. Northumbrian Holiday Cottages provide the perfect accommodation from which to go out and explore this wonderful place.
Cottages are available to rent all across the Northumbria so you can be next to the sea, out in the countryside or in a village. They are built in various architectural styles from the traditional to the modern and contemporary.
Cottages can sleep varying numbers of people from small romantic cottages for two to family sized cottages to sleep six or more, and best of all they are available to rent all year round. Northumbrian Holiday Cottages are excellent value for money so it will not break the bank if you have a weekend away, a short break or even your main holiday.
Some Places to Enjoy in Northumberland on Your Cottage Holiday
Northumberland is a very diverse county and there is so much to see and do and here are a few suggestions of places you might like to visit.
Bamburgh is a fantastic place with golden beaches, independent shops and a breath-taking castle. This is a must visit location when you choose to holiday in Northumberland and somewhere you will enjoy a fantastic day with a range of ways to spend your time.
A short trip up the coast and you can drive across the causeway when the tied is out to visit Lindisfarne or Holy Island as it is also known as. Here you can visit the ancient priory and see the Lindisfarne Gospels. You can also sample the mead that is brewed here and perhaps take a bottle or two back to the cottage to drink later.
Down the coast is the town of Seahouses with its picturesque harbour, fish and chip shops and amusement arcades. Staying near here gives you a wealth of options with loads of outdoor pursuits, bird watching, walking, surfing, castles and much, much more.
Inland there is the Cheviot Hills, which are great for walkers and mountain bikers. The Cheviot hills can be found in the North of the Northumberland National Park and this really is a wild and beautiful area perfect for exploring. There are plenty of bridleways, walking routes and mountain bike trails to be enjoyed while you discover this part of Northumberland.
“Enjoy the Peace and Quiet of the Cottage Holidays in Northumberland Throughout the Year”
Northumberland is a beautiful place to visit and it is relatively quiet, in fact it is sometimes known as the forgotten kingdom because of this quietness, and thus makes for an ideal holiday retreat. Northumbrian Holiday Cottages are great if you want to get away from the rat race and find some peace and tranquillity. You can go there and relax and unwind and have a fantastic time whilst staying in lovely holiday cottage self catering accommodation.