Village Farm Cottages
4-star Dog friendly Log Cabin (1 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Hot tub, Swimming pool, Tennis court, Free internet access
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Dog friendly Property (6 dogs welcome)
Facilities: Free internet access
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Cottages, Apartments & Lodges in Warkworth, Northumberland, England
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Warkworth is well located for a coastal self-catering holiday in Northumberland. The quaint and unassuming village of Warkworth lies right at the bottom of the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s almost entirely encircled by the River Coquet and is best known for its painstakingly preserved medieval castle.
Discover some of the best of Northumberland near Warkworth
• Northumberland is the northernmost county in England; it’s also the country’s least densely populated county, which makes visiting it particularly pleasant and all the more enjoyable for those who aren’t too fond of crowds.
• From Warkworth you can easily explore the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Simply drive north along the coast and not only will you take in lots of picturesque coastal scenery, you’ll also pass through plenty of delightful villages and towns. Bamburgh is noted for its spectacular castle, while Seahouses is a thriving seaside resort with plenty of shops and places to eat and Holy Island, just off the coast, is well worth exploring.
• Visit Northumberland National Park and discover the sprawling remains of Hadrian’s Wall, the rugged Cheviot Hills and a range of distinctive natural landmarks. Outdoor activities such as hiking, horse riding and fishing are available, while stargazing is particularly popular thanks to the park’s exceptionally clear night skies.
• Scattered throughout Northumberland are lots of grand stately homes steeped in history and famed for their manicured gardens. Just over half an hour's drive away is Cragside, a National Trust property that holds the distinction of being the first home in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity.
Find accommodation to suit you in Warkworth
Whether you rent a spacious townhouse, a cosy cottage or a holiday lodge, you’ll find that Warkworth is a great base for a fun-packed holiday exploring Northumberland. The village makes for a wonderful destination for a relaxing trip away in the North of England.