Dog friendly cottages in Bamburgh offer visitors and their four-legged friends the chance to explore the National Park along with the glorious Northumberland coast.
So we have searched out the best pet friendly cottages in Bamburgh below which offer great value for money and can be enjoyed whatever the time of year.
This second-floor apartment with lift access in a former mill boasts breathtaking views across Budle Bay. Surrounded by awesome scenery, it is only 3 miles from the village of Bamburgh with its dog friendly pubs and blue flag beach. The interior is impeccably furnished and the lovely enclosed communal garden is perfect for dining alfresco on warm summer evenings.
Just 10 minutes from Bamburgh Beach, close to the centre of the village, this lovely cottage welcomes two dogs and offers superb self-catering accommodation for families. Fido can chill out in the lovely lawned garden or relax by the electric fire in the cosy ground floor living room while you relax with a glass of something chilled.
Nestled in a dramatic setting on a dolerite outcrop close to the picturesque village of Bamburgh, this outstanding lodge really has the “Wow Factor ” Inside; the contemporary fixtures and fittings give the feeling of luxury and the dining room, decking and living room views are breathtaking. The real highlight here, though, is the wrap-around terrace with furniture and an indulgent hot tub.
One of several luxury lodges offering 5-star accommodation in a great location just 2 miles from the village of Bamburgh, ideal for families or groups of friends wanting an idyllic holiday in picturesque surroundings. The floor to ceiling windows in the sitting room take advantage of the breathtaking views and the lovely decked area is a fabulous place to chill at the end of each day.
Stylish interiors and stunning countryside vistas make this spectacular property a real winner with families looking for dog friendly places to stay in Bamburgh. Unwind in the evening, gazing at the beautifully illuminated Bamburgh Castle after a day visiting nearby places such as Holy Island or Berwick upon Tweed.
Bamburgh dog friendly accommodation don’t come much better than this little gem only 5 miles from the town in the tranquil and picturesque village of Beadnell. Close to the beach and with easy access to local amenities, the property is tastefully furnished throughout. The lovely conservatory is the perfect place to curl up with a book as you watch the kids and/or dog play safely in the enclosed garden.
This lovely cottage just 4 miles from Bamburgh in the small village of Lucker offers luxurious accommodation for small families or couples. Immaculate throughout, it offers every modern convenience and a real home from home feel. The superb beaches of the Northumberland coast are within easy reach and the popular towns of Bamburgh and Seahouses with their paw-friendly attractions and pubs are close by.
Nestled in the heart of Heritage countryside, these relatively new properties offer a semi-rural location in the quaint village of Lucker, a short drive from Bamburgh. Providing everything you need for a comfortable stay, with walks from the doorstep and outstanding views from the pretty garden where you can relax under the stars of an evening, this cosy holiday home is the perfect base to explore the delight of Northumbria.
This stylish single-storey cottage is close to the amenities in Belford and Bamburgh is also within easy reach. An idyllic romantic retreat, guests will love the contemporary living space with a sleek well-equipped kitchen ideal for cooking up romantic meals for two. Outside you can spend relaxing evenings taking in the breathtaking views and there are miles of open countryside for you and your hound to explore
Head to the quaint seaside village of Seahouses and hop onboard a boat to the Farne Islands; a must for guests staying at dog friendly accommodation in Bamburgh. A Camera is a must, not only to take a sea-faring selfie but to capture the amazing scenery and wildlife you will see.
The Farne Islands are home to around 45000 pairs of Puffins, various seabirds, and a vast colony of grey seals. Cruises range from between 2-4 hours and you can even enjoy a sunset cruise along the rugged coastline with views of historic Bamburgh Castle and pretty harbour villages drenched in golden rays. before you retire to your welcoming cottage
Park up in Craster, a picturesque coastal village famous for its smoked kippers, then take the scenic coastal path, with stunning scenery and views of Bamburgh Castle. Your dog will love exploring the sand dunes and rock pools along the way.
After about a mile and a half, you will arrive at the impressive ruins. Once the grandest Castle in the North, Dunstanburgh Castle is now owned by the National Trust. Admission is free for card holders and you can book through the English Heritage website. Take a camera and capture some atmospheric photos memories that will last a lifetime.
Your dog will be wagging his tail with joy when he spies this beautiful stretch of golden sand that goes on for miles. There is plenty of wide-open spaces to run and play, chase a ball or frisbee, overlooked by the awesome Bamburgh Castle, which makes an incredible backdrop for photos.
A surfers paradise, a dip is probably not one of your best holiday ideas; it is the North Sea, after all, but we're sure Fido will enjoy paddling in the shallows. It's best to pack a picnic back at your cottage as there are no facilities by the beach itself, but there are plenty of dog-friendly pubs if you walk along to Seahouses, which is approx 3 miles and takes around an hour.
Renowned for its magnificent castle and breathtaking beach, this little village is perfect for a memorable romantic getaway or fun-filled family break. Pet friendly cottages in Bamburgh are surrounded with long walks from your doorstep; there are also countless pet-friendly pubs and cafes and plenty of places to visit on a dog friendly holiday in the North East.
Bamburgh never gets extremely busy, which is surprising since it is a holiday paradise, even if it can sometimes be chilly. With easy access to the Northumberland Coast, Holy Island, Kielder Water, Forest Park and surrounded by outstanding natural beauty, it is perfect for either a short break or longer family cottage holiday at any time of year.
Bamburgh and the surrounding areas are exceptionally dog friendly and along with countless holiday cottages, you will find plenty of places to eat where you can try local delicacies such as “Singin Hinnies” and ” Pan Haggerty” The Lord Crewe in the village itself allows dogs in the dining room and gets excellent reviews for both its food and local craft beers.
Nature lovers will love the area; with over 60 nature reserves in the region, you can spot an array of wildlife, from seals, whales and dolphins to puffins, squirrels and ospreys. Did you also know that Northumberland is one of the best Dark Skies areas in the country, so it is perfectly located for star gazing and in the winter months, it’s quite common to see the Northern Lights?
Rest assured, there is plenty to do and see in Bamburgh all year round. Whether you want a truly memorable romantic getaway, an action-packed family break or a weekend away with friends surrounded by outstanding natural beauty, holiday cottages here have it all and with some fantastic deals, it won’t break the bank either.
So, there you have it, holiday cottages in Bamburgh for dogs and what they have to offer; whether it’s a delightful stone cottage in the village centre or a more rural hideaway, you will still have a whale of a time. There are pet-friendly days out galore and plenty to keep the kids occupied, too, be it building sandcastles on one of the stunning beaches, water sports, zip-wires or cycling.
Visit one of the majestic castles, venture up into the Scottish border towns or delve into history with a trip to one of the many Hadrian’s Wall sites. Tuck into hearty Northumberland dishes at the endless eateries or enjoy a picnic surrounded by glorious scenery.
And, after a days adventure, what better way to end it than relaxing in your cosy cottage snuggled around an open fire or relaxing outside with a drink and gazing at the stars with a tired and happy dog by your side. Bliss!
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