Discover a selection of 32 holiday rentals in Northumberland (county), GB that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including internet/WiFi and parking available. Prices start at £ 70 per night, and cottages and cabins are popular options for a stay in Northumberland (county). Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
Destination guide

View natural scenery from Northumberland luxury lodging

Northumberland is a spectacular area with diverse landscapes that are perfect for dog-friendly cottages near the Lake District. You'll have miles of beaches, promenades, charming seaside towns and an array of castles to explore with your dog, ensuring that you both get plenty of fun and exercise. Some of the highlights of the area include Northumberland National Park and the castles of Alnwick and Bamburgh. You could also visit Lindisfarne, a spectacular historic castle with stunning grounds that offer sweeping views of the coast.


Heritage sites near Northumberland holiday homes

Northumberland boasts fascinating heritage sites, ruin sites and museums to delight the history buff. Holiday lettings can be found near places like the Alnwick Castle, a medieval castle with lavish state rooms, and Lindisfarne, an island with the ruins of a medieval priory and castle on a nature reserve. You could also explore the Woodhorn Museum, a former 19th-centruy coal mine that’s now a museum and heritage centre for local history.

Things to do

Attractions near Northumberland holiday homes

Northumberland is prime castle-conquering territory. Thankfully, the great Norman towers and Roman bulwarks aren't manned by spear-wielding foes these days, which means you won't need siege towers to get your fix of English heritage. Bamburgh Castle should be top of the list – it was once the home of the mighty Northumberland kings, and occupies a perch atop the North Sea that's bound to make you gasp. Trips to Hadrian's Wall can be backed up by a visit to the Roman Army Museum in Greenhead, where centurions and 3D films help chronicle the ins and outs of ancient life.


Things to do near Northumberland holiday cottages

Wax down the walking boots and pack the woollies for your trip up north; this county of wild fells and blustery beaches is a veritable playground for outdoorsy types. The Northumberland Coast Path is a great place to begin. Multi-day tours let you conquer the whole 63-mile stretch of it, wondering at rugged headlands and ruined castles along the way. Other expeditions head to the green valleys of the Northumberland National Park. UNESCO relics, like Hadrian's Wall, are ringed by miles of cycle tracks and hiking trails.


Local weather for your stay in Northumberland holiday homes

You might think summertime Northumberland holiday rentals by the sea are the way to go between June and August. But that's really only one of the possibilities in this county, where every season has its own draws. Springtime stays in a rustic cabin will put the trailheads of the Northumberland National Park on the doorstep – get ready for blooming meadows and perfect hiking conditions. Autumn – from September to October – ushers in the harvest, with food fests erupting in the villages and towns. Winter is crisp and occasionally snowy, great for snuggling by the fireplace of a converted barn in the countryside.

Natural features

Northumberland – coasts and cloud-gathering mountains

Northumberland has all the raw countryside you'd expect of the last English county before the Scottish Lowlands. In the vast Northumberland National Park, the peaks rise and rise with the sculpted ridges of the Cheviot Hills. They roll down to the pastoral landscapes of Coquetdale, cut-through by babbling creeks, echoing with the calls of wild goats. On the coast, Northumberland holiday rentals sit up against the lashing winds of the North Sea. They overlook long beaches at Bamburgh and Coves Haven, casting their gaze out to mystical islands, like Lindisfarne, in the distance.

How to get there

Transport to and around Northumberland

Fly into Newcastle (NCL-Newcastle Intl.), the closest airport, located 20 mi (32.1 km) from the city centre. If you can't find a flight that works for your travel itinerary, you can also fly into Carlisle (CAX), which is 35.9 mi (57.7 km) away.

If you're travelling by train, Morpeth Station, Acklington Station and Pegswood Station are the main stations that serve the city.

Family friendly

Kid-friendly attractions near Northumberland holiday homes

Kids will love the attractions in Northumberland. Holiday homes are available near kid-friendly places like Cragside, the home and gardens of the Victorian inventor Lord Armstrong that features gadget displays and a play area, and the Kielder Observatory, a remote observatory with a stargazing facility. Kids will love the Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens, an exotic animal park with a petting barn, woodland trails and a tea room.

How many holiday rentals are available around Northumberland (county)?

Our 2020 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 32 holiday lettings around Northumberland (county). From 5 cottages to 5 cabins, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends for a long holiday or a weekend break.