Holiday Cottages Northumberland
The Coast

Northumberland's long coast is a marvel. A true paradise for holiday makers. Endless sweeps of sandy beaches - usually fairly empty - are punctuated by mighty castles and romantic ruins. And the light is beyond spectacular.

And there's so much to do! Explore Berwick-upon-Tweed, Alnwick, Bamburgh, or the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Photograph the castle ruins at Dunstanburgh or Warkworth. Try Lindisfarne Mead, fresh oysters or Craster kippers. Take a boat from Seahouses out to the Farne Islands. Fish, sail, paddle, walk the beach, fly a kite or go kite surfing.

But most of all... relax!

Below is a small selection of holiday cottages Northumberland has to offer along this marvel of a long coastline.

They range from cosy hideaways for two, to lovingly equipped family-sized properties, to the grand and magnificent Middleton Hall with ten bedrooms and space to host twenty-four! 

Northumberland holiday cottages have it all: great views, great walks, beaches and harbours, secluded villages, tiny towns full of quirky shops... and oodles of lovely food and wonderful history. You all already know that I love Northumberland... so I won't even try to apologise for blowing its trumpet.



Holiday cottages along the beautiful Northumberland coast

Clicking on the image of a cottage you like will take you to the relevant booking website for property details, availability and prices.


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: Fisherman's Cottage, Seahouses | Sykes Cottages

Fisherman's Cottage
Seahouses
Sleeps 6


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: Appletree Cottage, Chatton nr. Wooler | Sykes Cottages

Appletree Cottages
Chatton nr. Wooler
Sleeps 4


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: Jennys Cottage, Alnmouth | sykescottages.co.uk

Jenny's Cottage
Alnmouth
Sleeps 2


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: Jasmine Cottage, Lesbury nr. Alnmouth | sykescottages.co.uk

Jasmine Cottage
Lesbury, nr. Alnmouth
Sleeps 4


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: The Folly, Belford | sykescottages.co.uk

The Folly
Belford nr. Bamburgh
Sleeps 2


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: Embleton Cottage, Embleton | sykescottages.co.uk

Embleton Cottage
Embleton
Sleeps 4


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: Craster Reach, Craster | sykescottages.co.uk

Craster Reach
Craster
Sleeps 6


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: Causeway House, Holy Island | sykescottages.co.uk

Causeway House
Holy Island
Sleeps 6


Holiday Cottages Northumberland Coast: Budle Cove, Waren Mill nr. Bamburgh | sykescottages.co.uk

Budle Cove
Waren Mill, nr. Bamburgh
Sleeps 6


Holiday Cottages in Northumberland: The Old Farmhouse, Lowick | Sykes Cottages

The Old Farmhouse
Lowick nr. Holy Island
Sleeps 7


Holiday Cottages in Northumberland: The Old Post Office, Alnmouth | sykescottages.co.uk

The Old Post Office
Alnmouth
Sleeps 12


Holiday Cottages in Northumberland: Middleton Hall, Belford | cottage company

Middleton Hall
Belford
Sleeps 24

Did I managed to find one or two fabulous holiday cottages that want to make you go on holiday? I hope I have, because just looking through the catalogues made me want to pack my bag and head north. 

I remember a morning on the beach in Alnmouth, where a thick sheet of fog hung two feet off the ground as if someone had forgotten to roll it up the night before. I remember walking around Warkworth's great keep and exploring the tiny church that had seen a massacre. I love the second-hand bookshops in Alnwick, and eating fish & chips sitting on the sea wall at Seahouses. I recall walking up to Dunstanburgh Castle on the most perfect day of deep blue skies and bright sunshine, with the sea stretching out like a velvet blanket. Or almost getting stuck on Holy Island...

For us, Northumberland has too many wonderful memories to count. I hope you get the chance to make your own.

For food, history and ideas what to do and see in that beautful country, check out the Northumberland page.



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