Do our cottages have the best views in Northumberland?
We certainly think so! Whether you're looking to explore the beautiful Northumberland countryside or just relax for a week or so you'll not find a better place to stay than in one of our handpicked luxury cottages.
We've gathered a selection below which we believe to offer some of the best views in Northumberland!
Whether you're looking to stay in an iconic castle, escape high into the hills, enjoy a 180° coastal view, or spend some time birdwatching we're sure we have the perfect cottage for you.
Neville Tower, Bamburgh Castle
Neville Tower is part of Northumberland’s iconic Bamburgh Castle and one of the most unique holiday homes on the Northumberland Coast, if not in Britain. The highlight is the impressive top floor living area with incredible far-reaching views to the north and south over Bamburgh beach, the Farne Islands and Holy Island. Standing on a quite spectacular 180 foot high basalt crag, the skyline is dominated by the dramatic outline of Bamburgh Castle from miles around.
Dipper Cottage and Chaffinch Cottage, Harbottle, Morpeth
Sleeps 6 and sleeps 4
Sitting 1400 feet above sea level a stay at these neighbouring cottages promises a true off-grid experience, this is a place of big sky views ideal for never-ending walking and cycling from the doorstep or simply a star gazing treat under the spectacular skies of this designated dark sky park. The beautifully secluded location of Dipper Cottage and Chaffinch Cottage offers good-life living where the landscape takes centre stage.
Crookhouse Mill, Wooler
Gloriously rural, Crookhouse Mill is a fantastic new barn conversion set in a spectacular spot with breathtaking views over the hills and valleys of the Northumberland National Park. Fabulous walks from the doorstep range from leisurely rambles along the Bowmont Water and surrounding farmland to 600 miles of designated hill and moorland routes in the Cheviot Hills.
Budle Bay Loft, Bamburgh
This superb third floor penthouse apartment offers relaxed loft style living and spectacular coastal views. Sitting just 2.5 miles from Bamburgh, this is a bird watchers paradise sitting in an enviable position within the Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve. A special place where you can wander for miles on stunning sandy beaches or simply relax and watch the comings and goings of life on this incredibly rich, vibrant bird sanctuary.
Overthwarts Farmhouse, Alnwick
Overlooking the glorious landscape of Edlingham Vale, this south-facing five bedroom farmhouse is a place where families and friends can retreat and enjoy some together-time amidst the rich tranquil beauty of the Northumbrian countryside. Guests can take in the fantastic views over the viaduct, ancient castle and 11th century church beyond... in fact, the views here are so spectacular that they were used on some promotional film posters for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey!
The Barn, Slaggyford
Sleeps 8. Can also be let in conjunction with the adjoining Cowshed as The Barn & The Cowshed, sleeping 14 in total.
Tucked away in the northern reaches of the North Pennines, The Barn sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with stunning scenery and wildlife. Enjoy the blissful uninterrupted views of the valley and fell side on a luxury escape away from the madding crowd. Top tip: walk to the top of the moor and enjoy a picnic lunch or a toasty fire at the old shepherd’s hut, pictured below at sunrise!
Whitesand Shiel, Berwick-upon-Tweed
This restored salmon netting station boasts magnificent views of the River Tweed and Berwick’s famous Royal Bridge, a Grade 1 listed railway viaduct designed by Robert Stephenson and opened in 1850 by Queen Victoria. Upstairs a superb light-filled, glass-fronted sitting room offers a captivating view and a fabulous spot to sit and watch the river and its many inhabitants including salmon, seals, otter and an extraordinary array of birdlife.