Pet-friendly accommodation in Bamburgh
Situated in a beautiful part of the serene Northumberland coast, there’s a wonderful range of dog-friendly cottages in Bamburgh, a village known for its long history. Offering a great choice of self-catering Northumberland cottages, dog-friendly accommodation in Bamburgh includes charming barn conversions, traditional fisherman’s cottages, purpose-built holiday homes and renovated farmhouses. Our very best dog-friendly cottages in Northumberland can be found in our guides.
Known for its imposing medieval castle which dates back over a thousand years, Bamburgh is a thriving holiday destination with plenty of pet-welcoming places to eat and drink as well as a stunning dog-friendly stretch of sandy beach. Located within the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bamburgh has a rich history which is reflected in several notable landmarks including the centuries-old St Aidan’s Church and the RNLI Grace Darling Museum.
Besides its fantastic variety of dog-friendly cottages, Bamburgh also has some breathtaking walks for your canine companions to enjoy. The Northumberland Coast Path leads south towards the tranquil villages of Seahouses (3.5 miles), Beadnell (5 miles) and Craster (13 miles) which feature dog-friendly beaches and some excellent places to eat and drink. Heading north from our Bamburgh cottages, you can explore the dramatic Holy Island, Lindisfarne (16 miles). Northumberland is extremely dog-friendly, and dogs are welcome in the grounds of Bamburgh Castle and Dunstanburgh Castle (13 miles), and you can accompany them on a trip through the countryside on the Heatherslaw Light Railway (19 miles). Heading inland you and your four-legged friends can visit Alnwick (17 miles) or encounter the Cheviot Hills in the north of the Northumberland National Park (18 miles).