Dog-friendly holiday cottages in Northumberland

Bamburgh Castle and beach in Northumberland

Northumberland petfriendly holiday cottagesNorthumberland may be one of the best locations in the UK to enjoy a cottage holiday getaway with your family and dog. Pet friendly cottages allow you to enjoy a holiday get away with your pet meaning they aren’t left at home whilst you’re having fun. Dogs are the most popular pet that comes on holiday with families or groups of friends as the dog themselves is usually part of the family. Many dog owners hate leaving their dogs at home, or in kennels, when they go away for the weekend, or on holiday, however booking a pet friendly cottage allows you to get the best of both worlds and enjoy a holiday with your dog. Northumberland is a county in the north east of England that includes popular places to visit such as Hexham, Alnwick, Ashington, Seahouses, Bamburgh and Berwick Upon Tweed as well as Northumberland National Park. This county is the most northern county in England, which borders other counties such as Tyne and Wear and Scotland to the North and is famous for its wide expansive beaches, clean sands and Harry Potter associations.

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dog friendly holiday homes in northumberlandPet-friendly holiday cottages in Northumberland are perfect to create a great British holiday as it allows your whole family to have a well-deserved rest with your dog. The beautiful region of England, Northumberland is a very popular destination for dog lovers because of the choice of beaches, points of interests that are outdoors, rural areas to explore and the range of dog friendly cottages. The pet-friendly holiday cottages that are on offer in Northumberland firstly offer a beautiful location in the heart of the stunning northern region. Cottages are located along the coast with panoramic sea views or nestled within the rural Northumberland countryside, both of these locations are perfect for short holidays with your family and dog to escape your everyday routine and enjoy some time together. All cottages offer the facilities you need to feel comfortable and enjoy a holiday home away from home. You can choose a cottage that will fit the size of your party whether you’re with a group of friends or all your family, you will be able to stay in a cottage that will accommodate all your party. And don’t worry you can book a holiday for a short break or week-long visits so you can enjoy a quick weekend get away or week long holiday stay in Northumberland. When you arrive at your cottage you will have all the amenities you need including kitchen facilities, enough bedroom space to accommodate the number of guests, living and dining area, open fire, Wi-Fi, garden and of course a pet-friendly environment for your dog to come on holiday too. Don't forget the pooper scooper, dog bed and dogs bowls. With a sea or rural view and surrounded by a perfect location these pet friendly holiday cottages are designed for families and dog walkers and very popular for families to enjoy a relaxing stay in the beautiful region of Northumberland.

Any season is pet-friendly short break time in Northumberland

The bonus of cottage holidays is that you can enjoy them all year round. Whether you’re visiting in summer or winter, you can still enjoy this beautiful part of the country. If you visit in winter then you can wrap up warm and enjoy taking your dog out for a cold but fresh walk then come back to a warm, cosy cottage. Get ready for Christmas and into a festive spirit and visit the nearest village or city to do some Christmas festivities. Visit Alnwick Gardens and see their Christmas decorations and go ice-skating; a perfect day out for all the family. If you visit Northumberland in the summer then you will be able to enjoy all this beautiful region has to offer, visit the coast and enjoy a day out at the beach at Seahouses. This is a perfect summer's day out for all the family and the dog, enjoy some fish and chips at Neptune Fish restaurant, take a boat trip with Serenity Farne Island Boat Tours and enjoy walking along the Seahouses beach and letting your dog have a good run around.

Secrets of the North East

Alnwick CastleIf you’re staying in a holiday cottage in Berwick, a good tip and must see is to travel into the town over the Royal Tweed Bridge, also the A1167, as it gives visitors an amazing view of the Royal Border Bridge which is used by national trains travelling to, from and though Berwick to the rest of England and Scotland. This bridge has 28 arches and spans over the river Tweed connecting Tweedmouth and Berwick Upon Tweed both in Northumberland. This makes for a great photo in all weather conditions to create a nice memory from your trip to Northumberland. Alnwick castle is also a must see if you’re visiting Northumberland, the castle is in the market town of Alnwick and was visited by over 800,000 people in 2012. The castle was built following the Norman Conquest but is now open for tourists to visit and film locations. Harry Potter fans will love to visit this castle as the first two films, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets were both film on this location. The two locations make great must see attractions that are unique to Northumberland. Enjoy a day out visiting Alnwick castle or Berwick Upon Tweed and retire to your beautiful cottages home on the evening. Tea lovers should definitely give the Howick Hall Gardens a visit in Alnwick, Northumberland. This is a great place to visit as it has a historic hall that is surrounded by beautiful gardens and voted as one of the top 5 coastal gardens in the country by BBC magazine. The gardens are visited by thousands of garden fans all year round but this hall is also being famous for earl grey tea. This blend of tea was made by a Chinese mandarin for Charles, the 2nd Earl Grey then used by Lady grey in London where it became popular and how Twinings starting selling it worldwide. So if you’re an earl grey tea fan then visiting the Howick Hall Gardens is a good idea if you’re visiting Northumberland, make sure you enjoy the gardens then stop off at the Earl Grey Tea House for afternoon tea.

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Find a dogs permitted self-catering accommodation to suit your tastes in Northumberland and give yourself, your family and your dog a chance to relax in a beautiful home away from home where you can enjoy every minute exploring the local area and unwinding on the evenings in accommodation that is perfect for all your family, friends and favourite four legged friend.

Discover magic in Northumberland

This far flung north eastern English county is one of the most natural and wild in England. Although the beaches are superb, visitor attractions enthralling, do make time for nature. A field of red campion stretching as far as the eye can see is a rare sight to behond in Britain. You could stumble across it whilst walking your dog on holiday.

fields of red campion in northumberland

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