A visit to the Holy Island will leave you feeling peaceful and relaxed after a day spent escaping from the hustle and bustle of the Northumberland mainland. Find out all about it...
There’s nothing more relaxing after a day of sightseeing and exploring than sinking into a bubbling hot tub
Northumberland boasts some of the most breathtaking routes in the country which can be enjoyed easily by bike. Here are some route suggestions for you.
At Cottages in Northumberland, we value all members of your family and that extends to the dog. Here are some of our best dog-friendly cottages.
Craster is a small and beautifully formed fishing village on the Northumberland coastline with views of the iconic Dunstanburgh Castle.
Take a boat trip to Northumberland's Farne Islands and discover the thousands of puffins, seals and seabirds who call these islands home.
From castles to nature reserves, discover 10 of the best things to do on a visit to the beautiful Northumberland coastline.
If you’ve ever been to Northumberland, you’ll know that the bustling village of Seahouses is a beautiful and unmissable spot.
Plan your summer holiday to Northumberland with this selection of family-friendly cottages (and things to do nearby).
From following in the footsteps of the Romans to going bananas with animals, there's plenty of things to do with kids in Northumberland.
We’ve chosen eight of the best Seahouses cottages to inspire your next getaway, ones that not only we love, but so do our guests!
Amble, known as ‘the friendliest port’, is a small town on a coastal headland sat on the banks of the idyllic estuary of the River Coquet.
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