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Make A Holiday Rental Cottage in Allendale, England, Your Home Away From Home

Allendale is a small rural town, located to the south of the county of Northumberland, in the north-east of England. Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Allendale will find that there is a great choice of accommodation available for self catering holiday rental in and around the town. There are cosy cottages and townhouses within Allendale, as well as rustic old farmhouses set within the surrounding scenic countryside.

Things to Do on Holiday in Allendale, England

Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Allendale will find that the town is located within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the second largest in England. This beautifully scenic landscape, with its open heather moors and pretty dales, are the ideal place for tourists to explore on foot, bicycle or on horseback, to be at one with nature. The town itself offers a number of tourist amenities, to include several public houses and gift shops, as well as a scenic golf course to its southern outskirts. For a wider range of attractions the historical market town of Hexham is just 10 miles away.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Allendale, England

Visitors enjoying their holidays in Allendale who are interested in grand architecture will be drawn to the nearby historical towns of Hexham and Prudhoe. Hexham is dominated by its 12th Century Abbey, which is a classic and well-preserved example of Early English Gothic Architecture. The town’s Old Gaol, which is a Grade 1 Scheduled Monument, was one of the first purpose built gaols when it was built in the 14th century. Prudhoe, which is slightly further to the east of Allendale, close to Newcastle–upon-Tyne, also boasts numerous architecturally and historically fascinating landmarks and buildings. Of particular interest are the remains of its Norman Castle, which stands majestically on a hill overlooking the town.

Weather in Allendale, England

Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Allendale will find that Northumberland has a temperate climate, so typical of the UK. Summers tend to be mild, with temperatures averaging between 17 and 21 degrees Celsius. Winter temperatures tend to stay below 10 degrees Celsius and often drop below zero. Allendale receives an average annual rainfall of around 28 inches, which will often fall as snow in the winter months.

Travel to Allendale, England

Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Allendale will find that the nearby A69 provides excellent transports links to the A1 and Newcastle-upon-Tyne to the east, and the M6 to the west. There are a number of airlines operating regular national and international flights from nearby Newcastle International Airport (NCL).

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Allendale Town Holiday Cottages & Homes (300+)

 

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Rural tranquility by the bucketful!

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A lovely stay in a super barn conversion. Cosy and comfortable and very spacious. Beautiful scenery and a flock of sheep in the field across the pathway.Very quiet with spectacular views all round.Amanda and Philip left milk, eggs,butter, biscuits and wine for us to enjoy, a lovely touch.Thank you. Will recommend to others without any hesitation.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 19, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

Welcoming rural family home from home. Beautifully presented and equipped. Great holiday base

5 of 5
Group of eight 'bus pass' friends in four cars, wanting to explore Northumberland, found West Steel to be a superb base. The house is newly decorated; many of the carpets, and much else, are new. This home is very well equipped for living, eating and sleeping, and easily accommodated us in great comfort. The kitchen is one we all would like in our homes: big enough for eight of us to live in comfortably during most of the waking hours we were not out exploring this wonderful county. The owners were very responsive before and during our stay and had left a generous welcome pack including a large and very tasty fruitcake. The September week we stayed was not the greatest for weather (thank you Aileen): the AGA was a constant source of warmth (and coped easily with our breakfast and dinner cooking requirements) whilst the rest of the house was always maintained at a comfortable temperature. Bedrooms were all equipped with comfortable beds and quality bedding. Nice touches like the plug-in night lights on the landing. The weather also restricted local exploring (except the Hot Tub) and outdoor activities at the house, although there was one night when we could watch the stars. Wonderful! Days out took in Hexham Abbey, Durham Cathedral, Cragside, Willington House, Hadrian's Wall at Houseteads and even the local Whitfield Fair. But this just scratched the surface of what is there, and there are always those lovely Northumberland vistas. A great week we would be very happy to repeat - but probably not in the winter as we don't have 4x4's! But the house would undoubtedly welcome you warmly.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 16, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017