Bamburgh: Beach Cottages, Castles and Dog Friendly Days Out

Posted 26 May 17, written by Amanda Lambert

Situated in the heart of Northumberland, the coastal village of Bamburgh boasts everything from panoramic views to a wealth of rich history. With a population of less than 500, this historic village is an idyllic holiday destination for anyone looking for a peaceful seaside escape. From dog friendly beaches to fun for the whole family, there’s every reason why you should book your getaway to Bamburgh.

Whether it’s the watersports on Bamburgh’s award-winning beach or the fantastic bird watching opportunities on the coast just north of the village, there’s no shortage of things to see and do in Bamburgh during the summer. That’s why today, we’re making organising your getaway even easier, as we bring you all the need-to-knows for visiting the area. From finding beautifully-furnished cottages in Bamburgh to planning your itinerary, our local knowledge means that you can enjoy your stay, your way.
 
 

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Bamburgh holiday cottages

When it comes to searching for somewhere to stay on the north coast, look no further than our Northumberland holiday cottages. Bamburgh and the surrounding area boasts everything from stylish interiors to spectacular views of both the coast and the Cheviot Hills, so you can rest assured that you’ll be waking up in paradise. Whether you’re looking for a cosy cottage for 2 or a sophisticated 17th-century townhouse, there’s no shortage of choice when it comes to our fully-equipped holiday cottages. Bamburgh or further afield, our extensive range of stylish coastal and countryside cottages means that you can enjoy the well-earned break that you’ve been dreaming of in a picturesque, home-from-home setting.
 

Bamburgh’s rich history

Home to the iconic sixth-century Bamburgh Castle, it’s no surprise that this coastal village is such a popular destination for anyone searching for a getaway that’s filled with history and culture. After stepping back in time and hearing all about the myths and legends that surround this staggering coastal landmark, take a trip to the Grace Darling Museum and learn about this Victorian heroine’s extraordinary life - before visiting her final resting place in the historic St Aidan’s Church. 
 

Fun for all the family: Bamburgh’s dog friendly spots

 

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As any pet lover will know, embarking on a seaside break just won’t be the same without your four-legged friend and with the village of Bamburgh being one of the most dog friendly spots on the Northumberland coast, the whole family can enjoy exploring this picturesque corner of the UK. Bamburgh Castle’s blue flag beach is open to dogs throughout the year, so whether you’re relaxing on the golden sands or taking in the unforgettable view of the castle from the coastline, there’s no reason why your pooch should miss out. 
 
Looking to sample the area’s local delicacies? The Copper Kettle tearoom is a quaint dog friendly café, and its traditional decor makes this sixth-century building the perfect spot for enjoying afternoon tea.
 
If you’re looking for dog friendly cottages, Bamburgh is sure to have a beautiful home-from-home that will suit you. From properties that come complete with their own enclosed garden to a comfortable countryside retreat that’s nestled amongst Northumberland’s rolling hills, there’s no shortage of places for you to stay in and around Bamburgh. 
 
Bamburgh may be famed for its iconic castle, but with captivating coastal views, an array of cycling and hiking opportunities as well as a wealth of museums, there’s countless reasons why you should visit Bamburgh this summer. So, what are you waiting for? If you’re looking for beautifully furnished Bamburgh cottages - dog friendly, family-friendly or for larger groups - browse our collection of holiday homes online today.
 
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