Northumberland has a wealth of natural beauty and plenty of lovely Northumberland holiday cottages to stay and explore its parks, the North Pennines National Park and its dramatic North Sea coast. Enjoy a walk and a Roman history lesson exploring Hadrian's Wall, a world heritage site. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne off the coast saw the beginning of Christianity in Britain. Alnwick Park with probably the most exquisite contemporary garden in the United Kingdom, Howick Hall and the Cragside Estate will all be of great interest to the gardener in the family. Also in Alnwick is the Alnwick Tree-house Restaurant; eat high up in the treetops in a treehouse with (in winter) a roaring log fire. The coastline around Northumberland is wild and beautiful and a special place for a self-catered holiday in a lovely holiday Cottage.

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Away from the magnificent Northumberland coastline with long deserted stretches of sand, there is so much more to explore inland - and plenty of holiday cottages in which to stay while doing so. Visit Kielder, a vast reservoir and forest with watersports, wildlife and sculpture trails, or spend your days in a cottage on the Scottish borders, exploring Hadrian's Wall Country. Take time also to visit the big vibrant city of Newcastle with its impressive cultural attractions. These include the Baltic Gallery and The Sage, a busy music centre, or just stroll the heritage and sculpture trails along Newcastle and Gateshead historic waterside.