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Reviews of holiday lettings in Northumberland

We have 159 reviews of our holiday lettings in Northumberland.

Family from Huddersfield, United Kingdom July 2019

Our second stay at Bluebell Cottage and was as loved second time as the first. An ideal spot for families wishing to explore the surrounding areas. Beautiful clean and spacious cottage with everything you could need for both shorter and longer stays. Will definitely be back.

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Family from Jarrow , United Kingdom July 2019

The place was very homely and the fresh flower's and hamper made you feel very welcome,the place was in a great location for visiting places and overall it was all beautiful

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Friends from Caversham, United Kingdom June 2019

The house was lovely with wonderful views over the Coquet Valley. We received a warm welcome from Cathy the owner and there were some tasty treats in the kitchen for us to enjoy. It was our first visit to the area and we enjoyed it so much we have booked again for next year. Would thoroughly recommend this property.

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Family from Alfreton, United Kingdom May 2019

This is our second stay at The Croft and will be booking another stay for next year, Cathy has thought of everything to make it home from home, we love staying here and can't wait to come back next year

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About Northumberland

Holiday cottages in Northumberland

Use your Northumberland holiday cottage as a base to explore the beauty of the 64 miles of coastal path and the vast stretches of uncrowded beaches the county has to offer. Take a boat to the Farne Islands to visit the puffin colonies and on your return to Seahouses and enjoy proper fish and chips on the seafront. Follow in the footsteps of the ancient Romans along the path of Hadrian’s Wall.

Historic Northumberland has more castles than any other county in England – medieval, castellated forts; crumbling ruins; haunted edifices containing 13th century torture chambers, and even Harry Potter’s Hogwarts, otherwise known as Alnwick Castle.

Other sites include the extraordinary country house and 1,000 acres of garden and woodland at Cragside, and the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, with its 6th century history. For some city action visit Newcastle with its magnificent architecture, quayside and iconic bridges.