When you are on the look out for Self Catering cottages in Northumberland you will notice they come in a variety of shapes and sizes. There are the traditional, stone built to the contemporary, modern cottage. They also come in different sizes and can sleep from two people up to six. Prices vary but there will be something to suite all budgets. The cottages come in different locations from beach cottages, to those actually in the Northumberland National Park, close to Adrian’s Wall and on the Scottish Boarders.
The cottages are all finished to a high standard and all have fully fitted kitchens. Some are pet friendly and Northumberland is a great place to exercise your dog. There are miles of sandy beaches and acres of rugged countryside. It is a good place for children too. The roads are fairly quiet so kids can play safely.
There are lots of things to see here and a Self Catering cottages in Northumberland gives you the freedom to choose to do what you want. Northumberland is England’s most northern county and is sometimes called the forgotten kingdom. You can walk for hours in the Cheviot Hills and not come across another person. Adrian’s Wall is also good for walkers and lovers of history. Other places of interest are Alnwick Castle, where Harry Potter was filmed, the picturesque village of Rothbury, Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island.
A Self Catering cottages in Northumberland is a perfect holiday for all the family. Although Northumberland is sparsely populated, there are still plenty of pubs and restaurants serving excellent food and good real ales. You can choose to go sight seeing or just stay in the cottage. Where ever in Northumberland your cottage is situated, you will not have to go far to see some spectacular scenery. You will certainly go home with your batteries recharged after a stay in a cottage in Northumberland.