Burnfoot Holiday Cottages


Complete serenity, comfort and luxury in Northumberland.

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at Burnfoot Holiday Cottages

From £330/week
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Explore castles and serene landscape from a contemporary complex of fabulous conversions on the fringes of Northumberland National Park. With an award-winning inn, pampering treatments, private tennis court and awe-inspiring walks direct from your door, all that’s left to do is just breathe, relax and take it all in.

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About this place

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What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

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Eating at Burnfoot Holiday Cottages


Eating at Burnfoot Holiday Cottages


Eating at Burnfoot Holiday Cottages


The cottages most suitable for guests with limited mobility are Cheviot View, The Granary and The Hemmel. Each cottage has wide car parking bays close to the entrance, with hard, level access from car to door. Showers are not wheelchair accessible, however, slip resistant bath mats, perching stool, raised toilet seat, and portable bathroom handrails are available upon request.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

Alnmouth is the closest train station at just over half an hour’s drive away and serves the East Coast mainline.

By road

Burnfoot Holiday Cottages are located off the A1 following the A697 until you get to the B6344 signposted to Rothbury.

By air

Newcastle International Airport is about an hour’s drive or taxi ride away.

About the owners

Gemma & Tim

Having met in the south of England we moved to Northumberland in 2003 to start our family and convert the derelict farm at Burnfoot into what it is today. Our three daughters have grown up enjoying the nature and space in this beautiful part of the world.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • If you love wild swimming, grab your cossie and head to Upper Coquet river for a series of linked pools at one of England's cleanest rivers.

  • When in Northumberland, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne is a must - remember to check the causeway crossing times before you set off.

  • Local hidden gem, Sugar Sands beach, is an unspoilt and sheltered beauty that is well worth the trek to its golden shores.

  • The Coquet is home to some of the best salmon and trout fishing areas in the country if you’re up for a spot of fly fishing.

  • The Alnwick Garden is a feast for the eyes and great fun for the kids too, just half an hour’s drive away.