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Welcome to Woodhead Holiday Cottages

Luxury holiday cottages in Northumberland

Between the Cheviot Hills and the Northumberland coastline, Woodhead Holiday Cottages are set in an idyllic country location in central Northumberland overlooking Brinkburn Priory in the tranquil and scenic Coquet Valley near Rothbury and the Northumberland National Park an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Take time out to relax and enjoy views or explore miles of footpaths over hills and beautiful moorland. A host of other sporting activites can be arranged.  The area has a wealth of history and herritage with Castles and Country Houses to visit.

Weekly lets and Short Breaks.

Merryview Cottage

Merryview Cottage

5 Star holiday cottage - sleeps 4-6 in 3 bedrooms

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Tawny Cottage

Tawny Cottage

5 Star holiday cottage - sleeps 2-4 in 2 bedrooms

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Holidays in Northumberland

Repudetly the friendliest county in England

These charming cottages are ideally located to explore the whole county pepperd with small friendly villages and vast golden, unspoilt beaches. There are magnificent golf courses, hills and valleys where walkers and cyclists will be spoilt for choice in this lovely countryside. Centrally located these cottages will delight even the most discerning visitor and are an ideal base, perfectly located to tour this unspoilt county reputedly the ‘friendliest county in England’.

Bamburgh Castle taken here from the north dates back to the 6/7th century

These charming cottages are ideally located to explore the whole county pepperd with small friendly villages and vast golden, unspoilt beaches. There are magnificent golf courses, hills and valleys where walkers and cyclists will be spoilt for choice in this lovely countryside. Centrally located these cottages will delight even the most discerning visitor and are an ideal base, perfectly located to tour this unspoilt county reputedly the ‘friendliest county in England’.

Bamburgh Castle taken here from the north dates back to the 6/7th century
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