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Northumberland, a county of captivating beauty, history, and charm. From the stunning landscapes of Lindisfarne to the magical mystery of Hadrian’s Wall and Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland has something for everyone, and we are delighted to share that our portfolio is expanding across this rather special part of the UK.

The far Northeast of England is one of the last remaining unspoilt areas of England, and whether you are looking for a fun-filled, activity-lead getaway or a peaceful romantic break exploring deserted beaches and pretty fishing villages, Northumberland has it all. And, with over 405 square miles of National Park, Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the nearby North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, we are thrilled to announce our first three properties are now live in this special part of the UK.




Northumberland has an interesting geography, with low, flat land near the coast, which becomes more mountainous further inland. The beaches along the coast are some of the most beautiful in the country, with miles of flat sand and, in many places, often near-deserted. These fabulous beaches are dog-friendly, so the perfect place for you and your four-legged friend to explore. 

There’s a great choice of charming fishing villages to choose from but we recommend the pretty town of Seahouses where you will find a vibrant harbour and fish market, perfect for stocking up on the catch of the day! Wildlife lovers should take a boat trip to the Farne Islands or perhaps rent a kayak or go diving with seals, there’s plenty to keep the keenest adventurer happy here. 


Farne Islands


The World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall is a staggering 73 miles long, running from coast to coast from Wallsend, Newcastle Upon Tyne in the east, to Bowness-on-Solway in Cumbria to the west. The route passes through some of the most stunning and dramatic northern countryside with dozens of museums along the way. Originally built to guard the wild north-west frontier of the Roman Empire, it is still possible to see miles of wall and fortresses. One of the best places to see Hadrian’s Wall is Walltown Craggs, which is found in between Birdoswald Roman Fort and Housesteads Roman Fort, however you can walk along the Hadrian’s Wall footpath at any point for free.

Sadly, the Sycamore tree at Sycamore Gap is no longer there but you can still walk along the footpath to this iconic spot. As the stump remains it is hoped the tree may regrow. 


Sycamore Gap


The Holy Island (also known as Lindisfarne) is found just off the coast and this majestic tidal island is only accessible at low tide. At high tide the water washes over the causeway, however, when it is safe to cross, you can explore a priory and the National Trust Lindisfarne Castle alongside a selection of delightful cafés and pubs. The island is a designated National Nature Reserve, and it is especially interesting to visit in autumn to see the wildfowl and wading birds.  

Magical Bamburgh Castle sits 45 metres above sea level on an outcrop of volcanic dolerite and should definitely be on your list of places to visit in Northumberland. Situated high on a rocky headland overlooking miles of stunningly beautiful sandy beach, the castle is one of the most important Anglo-Saxon archaeological sites in the world and is home to a fabulous museum where you will find a collection of eclectic finds. There’s an excellent café with indoor seating and a takeaway so you can enjoy refreshments outdoors taking in the views. Dogs on leads are welcome throughout. Parking is available at the castle and from here it’s a short stroll into the village or the beach, with 8 miles of pristine sand to enjoy. 


Bamburgh Castle


Feeling peckish? A visit to the area would not be complete without trying the local, national dish of Northumberland Pan Haggerty! Made from layers of potato, onions, and cheese, give it a go if you see it on the menu.

Our two local Area Managers both hail from “up north” and have many years’ experience working within the self-catering holiday letting industry alongside invaluable knowledge of the area; the perfect combination!


Linda and Michelle say: ‘We love working with property owners in Northumberland, helping them to provide fabulous places to stay in such a beautiful part of England. With walking, cycling, coastal activities and sightseeing on the doorstep, there really is something for everyone! We both look forward to helping with every aspect of the journey to self-catering holiday letting.’ 


If you are considering letting a self-catering property, our northern Area Managers Linda and Michelle can guide you on your journey, whatever stage you are at, from free appraisals to income estimates, advice on interiors to compliance. And our Owner Support team at Head Office is always on hand if you have any questions and can be reached on 01326 555500 or


Take a look at our lovely collection of properties located across Northumberland


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