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Holiday Cottages in the North East of England

Exterior frontage of Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage 1, Souter Lighthouse, Tyne & Wear

Exterior frontage of Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage 1, Souter Lighthouse, Tyne & Wear

We have holiday cottages in North East England including Yorkshire, Tyne & Wear, and Northumberland that tick all the boxes whether in search of beaches, wide open spaces, exhilarating activities, history, shopping or culture. Some of our cottages allow access to all of the above in a day!

This large region offers over 150 miles of coastline, dotted with long golden sandy beaches like Embleton in Northumberland where, you will find Risemoor and Lookout Cottage. There are historic ports such as Whitby and quirky fishing villages like Robin Hood’s Bay with our Boatman's Loft at its heart. Our coastal cottages all offer fine sea views or are within a pebbles throw of a beach.

Those in search of wide open spaces, fine walking and grand views are spoilt for choice with the Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire Moors and Northumberland National Park on hand. Finding the motivation to head out for the day is easy with well marked trails throughout the region and, cosy country pubs, with muddied hiking boots stacked at the door, serving a well deserved lunchtime pint and food.

Cyclists are well catered for whether it is along gentle coastal cycle tracks or testing their mountain biking skills in Kielder Water & Forest Park, Northumberland. In Dalby Forest, North Yorkshire, they have invested heavily in a spectacular network of forest mountain biking trails for all levels, including a World Championship route! High Lidmoor Farmhouse, on Fadmoor, is in within easy reach of Dalby Forest.

The region is steeped in history, with the Roman influence on view in York and further north at Hadrian’s Wall. You can soak up the atmosphere as one of our cottages, Housesteads, is just 50 metres from Hadrian’s wall. Our cottages on Holy island, Glen House and St Oswald’s Cottage, once one of the most important centres of Christianity in Anglo-Saxon England, allow easy access to Lindisfarne Castle.