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Mill Cottage, Eglingham, Northumberland

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Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland
Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland

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The Alnwick Garden, Northumberland
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Visitor Attractions In Northumberland

Here are some websites that you may find of interest or that might assist you in planning your self-catering cottage holiday in Northumberland.

  • Alnwick Castle, Northumberland
    Alnwick Castle is the home of the Percy family. Located within Alnwick town centre, it is one of Northumberland's most iconic medieval castles. It was used as a film set for Harry Potter.
  • Cragside, Rothbury, Northumberland
    Cragside, near Rothbury in Northumberland, is an extraordinary Victorian house and one of the wonders of its age. It was the home of Lord Armstrong, a self-made Victorian inventor and industrialist. It was the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity. Visitors are free to roam its wonderful gardens and grounds.
  • Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland
    Managed by English Heritage, Dunstanburgh Castle, near Craster in Northermberland, is now an iconic castle ruin. The castle dominates one of the most beautiful stretches of Northumberland Heritage Coast.
  • The Alnwick Garden, Northumberland
    Alnwick Garden, near Alnwick in Northumberland, offers a great day out for all the family, It combines an inspiring landscape with beautiful gardens, magnificent architecture and unique features, including a treehouse and a poison garden, all brought to life with impressive cascades and water features. The restaurant is constructed within a fantastic tree house.
  • The Holy Island of Lindisfarne
    Known as the birthplace of England's Christian heritage, Lindisfarne is one of the few British Islands accessible by car, but you need to be mindful of the tides when using the causeway. Visitor attractions include Lindisfarne Abbey and Lindisfarne Castle.
  • Wallington Hall, Northumberland
    This stately home is well worth a visit just for the famous murals around the walls of the entrance hall, depicting historical scenes from Northumberland's past. There is also a cafe, gift shops, extensive grounds for walking, and a excellent walled garden.