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Bamburgh Castle
  • Cheviot View
  • The Mill
  • The Granary
  • The Hemmel
  • View from the grounds
  • Tennis court
  • The Granary
  • The Mill
  • View from the gardens
  • Cheviot View
  • Burnfoot with Cheviot Hills beyond
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Experience luxury self-catering at Burnfoot Holiday Cottages, Northumberland.

Located on the edge of Northumberland National Park, our luxury self-catering holiday cottages are also within easy reach of Northumberland's Heritage Coast and its famous beaches.

Burnfoot Holiday Cottages

With uninterrupted views of the Cheviot Hills, a wealth of wildlife on its doorstep, and the babble of two burns in the background, our self-catering holiday cottages are the perfect place for escaping the pressures of modern life. Our position near Cragside, Rothbury, Alnwick and Hadrian's Wall, along with the likes of Bamburgh, Berwick, Craster, Holy Island and Seahouses on Northumberland's Heritage Coast, cannot be improved on for a family holiday in Northumberland.

Our self-catering holiday cottages have been created from the careful conversion of a very grandly designed 19th century stone-built farm steading with a fascinating historical connection. Burnfoot, named due to its location at the confluence of two tributaries of the River Coquet, was created by the great Victorian inventor industrialist, Lord Armstrong, and was part of his world-renowned Cragside Estate, now owned by the National Trust.

The Forge

The Granary
Cheviot View

The Mill
Cheviot View