We specialise in property lettings in Northumberland. Despite being such a rural county, there are many reasons to consider relocating to this beautiful part of the world…
Northumberland boasts over 30 miles of beautiful, unspoilt beaches; perfect for a long walk or simply admiring your surroundings. Day trips to coastal towns will never get tired with some of the best fish and chips in the country as well as boat trips designed for you to spot the local wildlife.
The Cheviot Hills
The Cheviot Hills dominate the landscape in Northumberland, right across to the Scottish Borders. Not only do they create a dramatic back drop, there are some fantastic walking routes across Cheviot, Hedgehope and Windy Gyle.
Home to Movie Sets and TV Dramas
Alnwick Castle, probably best known as the home of Harry Potter. But did you know Downtown Abbey, Billy Elliot, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Lady Macbeth, Vikings and, of course, the regional hit drama, Vera were filmed in the area?
The Northumberland Wildlife Trust manages 62 natures reserves around Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland. These guys manage the habitat, advise other landowners as well as run projects to help endangered animals and plants. If you love wildlife, this is most certainly the place to go!
Castles and Heritage
Did you know that Northumberland has more castles than any other county in the UK? 70 castles (including ruins) tell the story of the county’s turbulent history with the Scots.
Northumberland may be rural, but it has excellent transport links. It’s just 45 minutes by car from Newcastle city centre to our home, Alnwick. The main train line from London to Edinburgh also runs right the way through Northumberland, meaning travelling further afield is a breeze!
Of course, we must mention the gorgeous stone built properties that Northumberland offers. Who doesn’t dream of a traditional cottage in the rolling hills or a beach side family home with views across the ocean? Whatever it is that you want, we are absolutely sure we can find it for you!