Award-Winning Luxury Self-Catering Holiday Cottages in Northumberland
Cheviot Holiday Cottages are 5 Stars, award-winning, luxury, self-catering holiday cottages set in the heart of the Northumbrian countryside. Superbly located for walks and leisure on the
edge of Northumberland National Park, our holiday cottages offer peace and tranquility combined with outstanding luxury self-catering accommodation. Our complete attention to detail will
make your Northumberland holiday memorable!
Located in the tranquil Breamish Valley on the edge of the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park, you will experience the freedom, space and seclusion of this dramatic wide
rolling borderland, yet it is still so central for exploring both the coast and countryside of Northumberland.
Before arriving at Cheviot Northumberland Holiday Cottages, you will enter an entirely different world while driving along our picturesque river valley towards the oasis of
Ingram, a quiet and pretty hamlet nestling in the Cheviot foothills ... and begin to relax immediately.
your stay in one of our self-catering cottages in Northumberland, you can take the footpaths and bridleways directly from your doorstep, and in minutes you are transported
back in time to the Iron Age as you visit the numerous hill forts and ancient Iron Age settlements that abound in the surrounding countryside. A decade of archaeological discovery in the valley
has unearthed this amazing insight into our past. Enjoy the landscape at your own pace, take a gentle stroll through the valley, a longer hike over the rolling hills or a bike ride - all perfect ways
to absorb this rich heritage. Planning your trips couldn't be simpler - our well-stocked Guest Information Lounge has abundant leaflets on
Northumberland, suggested itineries, walking / cycling maps, and lots more. Valley Cafe at Ingram is only two minutes' walk from our
holiday cottages and offers a breakfast, lunch and evening menu.
One step beyond our secluded three-acre grounds, the winding river Breamish flows gently through the valley. Here, children can safely explore to their hearts delight, or venture further
upwards on to the open heather moorlands.
The River Breamish is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), one of the cleanest rivers in the United Kingdom, and an Area of Conservation (SAC). It is a European site because of its
importance for salmon, lampreys (primitive fish), otters and water-crowfoot (a floating buttercup). Sit on the flat haughland, have a picnic and soak up the sights and sounds of this stunning
river valley, and don’t be surprised if you see deer, owls, red squirrels, heron and much more enjoying the same views!