Deprecated: Hook custom_css_loaded is deprecated since version jetpack-13.5! Use WordPress Custom CSS instead. Jetpack no longer supports Custom CSS. Read the WordPress.org documentation to learn how to apply custom styles to your site: https://wordpress.org/documentation/article/styles-overview/#applying-custom-css in /home/infinity/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 6078
Northumberland, England - Family Rooms for 5, 6 or more - Kids Stay Too

Northumberland

Northumberland
Northumberland – Image credits to VisitEngland/Thomas Heaton (used with permission)

Northumberland is England’s northern-most county making it a convenient place for visitors to explore both the North East England region and Scotland. It is the most sparsely populated county in England, with only 62 people per square kilometre.Read More

The Farne Islands and Coquet Island are off the coast of Northumberland. These islands are reserves for many bird species including puffins and the rare roseate tern.Read More

Where to Stay

Listed below are a selection of properties to meet all budgets and covering a wide area of Northumberland.  All have rooms to fit a family of 5 plus, and are conveniently located near tourist attractions and amenities of the region.

Click on the links to go directly to the property details:

You can zoom in on the map to view the accommodation locations in more detail.

Click and slide to see more photos of the accommodation listed. 

Ald White Craig Cottages

  • Holiday cottages, short walk from Hadrian’s Wall
  • 2 of the cottages sleeps 5 and 6 guests

The Ald White Craig Holiday Cottages are located in one of the most scenic and beautiful areas of Northumberland. Haltwhistle is famously known as being the centre of Britain. Ideally located for plenty of scenic walks along Hadrian’s Wall, as well as areas of interest including,

Read More

Bamburgh Castle Inn

  • Award winning Tourism Pub in Seaside location
  • Family room sleeps up to 5

When it comes to top seaside locations, the award-winning Bamburgh Castle Inn in Northumberland is hard to beat. Named Tourism Pub of the Year 2015 in the North East England Tourism Awards, Bamburgh Castle Inn overlooks the harbour in the fishing village of Seahouses.

Read More

Budle Hall

  • Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Budle
  • Family room for 5

Budle Hall is family run B&B accommodation and is one of Northumberland’s loveliest small country houses. It is 5 minutes walk to beautiful sandy beaches which stretch for miles with views across Budle Bay to Holy Island. Bamburgh Castle is just over a mile away. The historic village of Bamburgh also has a good selection of places to eat and many beautiful coastal walks.

Read More

Kellah Farm

  • Bed & Breakfast farmhouse 
  • 4 star rated self-catering cottages – sleeps 5 and 6

Whether you’re looking for a modern farmhouse Bed & Breakfast or a traditional self-catering cottage, Kellah provides comfortable accommodation in a peaceful countryside setting. Kellah has been a small hamlet since 1402 and has been farmed by the family for over 150 years. It is a working hill farm, breeding beef cattle and Scottish Blackface sheep.

Read More

Kiln Cottage

  • Cottage near Beadnell Bay
  • 3 Bedrooms – Sleeps 5

Kiln Cottage is ideally located for a holiday in Northumberland just a few minutes’ walk from Beadnell Bay in a quiet private road tucked away behind the dunes.  Ideal for a coastal walking or beach holiday with the beach

Read More

Rye Hill Farm

  • 4 star rated farmhouse Bed and Breakfast
  • Self catering cottage sleeps up to 7 plus cot

Rye Hill Farm is a small 300 year old working sheep farm, with stunning views across the Tyne Valley. It is situated at Slaley, ideally placed for visiting Slaley Hall, Hadrian’s Wall and the ancient market town of Hexham.

Read More

West Longridge Cottages and B&B

  • Bed and Breakfast and Cottages 
  • 3 of the cottages sleep up to 6

West Longridge self-catering cottages are securely tucked away on the family farm but mercifully out of earshot, offering a perfect holiday retreat. Berwick-upon-Tweed is only 4½ miles away and has a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a swimming pool and arts centre. The long, sandy, Northumbrian beaches, for instance, Cocklawburn and Bamburgh, are only a few miles away.

Read More

Image credits to all properties listed (used with permission)

Simple Business by Nimbus Themes
Powered by WordPress

error: Content is protected !!