Longstone Cottage
Self Catering Accommodation
More Castles...
Than Any Other County in England
Historic Cottage...
in Northumberland.
Manicured Gardens...
Peace, Tranquility & Privacy
Miles of Golden Sand...
Rugged Coastline & Open Moorland

Welcome to Longstone Cottage

Our cottage which takes it’s name from the famous Longstone Lighthouse on one of the Farne Islands is situated in the hamlet of Detchant, between the historic towns of Alnwick and Berwick upon Tweed.  The cottage which dates back to the 1800s, has been renovated to a high standard and provides well equipped and extremely comfortable accomodation with attractive gardens to both the front and rear of the property.

During your stay at Longstone Cottage, you will enjoy spectacular views over the rolling countryside towards Bamburgh and the coast, with views of Holy Island and the Farne Islands.  This is an excellent base for walking, cycling, bird watching, golf, riding, water sports and visits to historic castles and houses. Alternatively explore the many sandy beaches and fishing villages along the Northumberland Heritage coastline.

Self Catering Accommodation in Northumberland

Within 20 minutes drive of the Northumberland National Park and the Scottish Border, Longstone Cottage is excellent for year round holidays.

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A little about us

Longstone Cottage has been in our family for many years & we genuinely love being able to share this wonderful accommodation with others looking to explore the beautiful countryside & everything it has to offer.  We are extremely proud of our Four Star Self Catering Accreditation from ‘Visit England’ and we are sure that you will enjoy all of the home comforts our cottage has to offer.

A Little about the area

Nestled in the hamlet of Detchant, between the historic towns of Alnwick and Berwick upon Tweed, you’d be hard pressed to find a better location than Longstone Cottage.  Northumberland is often described as Britain’s best kept secret. Miles of golden sands, rugged coastline, open moorland and more castles than any other county in England.

 

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