The small village of Thropton could be the perfect base for a self-catering holiday in Northumberland.
About Self-Catering Holidays in Thropton
Situated by the B634 and close to the River Coquet, just 2 miles from the town of Rothbury, Thropton is a small village with a pub and a church which lies nestled next to the stunning countryside of the Northumberland National Park.
For those who love to explore the great outdoors, Thropton could be a great choice as the village lies just outside the Northumberland National Park, allowing you to easily take day trips in to this green and beautiful landscape.
Thropton is also within easy reach of the stunning Northumbrian coast for day trips. There is a good reason why a certain stretch of the Northumberland coast has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty; with golden sandy beaches and fascinating historic castles it’s quite a delight.
Highlights along the Northumberland Coast AONB include Alnmouth with its beach and pretty seaside appeal, Bamburgh with its majestic castle and golden sandy shores, and Craster with its picture-postcard prettiness and castle ruins.
Harry Potter fans will also want to visit Alnwick with its castle that featured in one of the films. Alnwick is just 20 minutes’ drive from Thropton.
Whether you choose to rent a holiday lodge, an apartment, a cottage or a barn conversion, we hope you find the perfect holiday accommodation for your holiday in Thropton or nearby on Country Cottages Online.
Book a Thropton cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Northumberland on holiday.