Morpeth is the County town of Northumberland and offers a wonderful mix of ancient historical buildings going back to the 13th Century side by side with modern shops and restaurants. The Morpeth Farmers Market takes place on the first Saturday of every month in the historic market place and provides a wealth of local produce for visitors to enjoy, guaranteeing scrumptious, healthy meals will be on the table in the holiday cottages in and around Morpeth.

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Picture-perfect views greet guests at Croft House, a delightful rural cottage in Great Tosson, near Morpeth in Northumberland. The pet-friendly cottage is surrounded by lush countryside and retains a country charm throughout its modern interior, which includes a games room and woodburning stove.

The romantic notion of cabin life has long seduced the human psyche, and our latest cabin is a delight. This 3 bedroom lakeside cabin complete with bubbling hot tub is beautifully light and contemporary. This cosy cabin is, fully insulated and heated, keeping guests warm on the coldest of nights.

Tranwell Cottage offers comfortable self-catering accommodation for large families on holiday in Northumberland. This pet-friendly country cottage in Morpeth, offers modern amenities and four spacious bedrooms that give off a welcoming home-away-from-home vibe.

The Red Barn, a superb 18th-century rural cottage in unspoilt open countryside near the rural hamlet of Longframlington near Alnwick in Northumberland, offers cosy accommodation for families and groups of up to six on holiday in North East England.

The cosy stone-built Harrogate Cottage presents guests with rural charm, a lush furnished garden and space to relax. The pet-free, mid-terrace cottage possesses exposed beams and an open fire and is located near the village of Longframlington with access to the attractions of Northumberland.

Outside Morpeth there is so much to see and do; Not far from Morpeth, you can discover the wonderful country estates and gardens of Wallington House, and Belsay Hall Castle and beautiful gardens. Duridge Bay, has a seven-mile stretch of golden sand and is only a 20 minute drive by car.