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A collection of Embleton self catering cottages from the rental companies featured below. They're arranged in ascending order, according to the range of properties offered. Be sure to visit the sites for the most up-to-date details of pricing and availability and these are subject to change.

Sykes CottagesSykes - Around 20 Embleton holiday cottages within a 5 mile radius and another 45 within 10 miels. A small number can accommodate pets and can be booked from £200 for week-long holiday breaks. Smokers are allowed for certain properties and all properties are inspected.

Hoseasons Cottages Hoseasons Cottages - 12 Embleton cottage properties which lie within 10 miles of the town. Their self catering properties are situated in nearby towns such as Alnwick and Newton-by-the-Sea and range from traditional, farmhouse conversions to renovated terraced cottages.

Holiday Rentals Holiday Lettings - Less than 10 cottages in Embleton at the time of writing. However, all are well appointed and spacious. Rental rates vary significantly according to season and their properties tend to prove very popular during the spring/summer months. Use their chart to check for availbility.

Cottages 4 You Cottages 4 You - A small collection of Embleton cottages from Cottages 4 You, all with two star gradings and above. They're holiday properties are of the traditional variety and are situated within a 10 mile radius of Embleton. Visit the site for news of the latest discounts and deals.


Embleton is a small coastal village in Northumberland that looks out over the North Sea. The town is set back from the windswept coast and sheltered from strong easterly winds by a whinstone ridge.

Holy Trinity Church
The town of Embleton consists of a main street and village shop. One of its main features, the 12th century Holy Trinity Church shows evidence of defensive use - its tower was initially used as a vicarage before being converted after much of the town was destroyed by the Scots during the War of the Roses.

Creighton Memorial Hall serves as Embleton's social hub and is named after Mandell Creighton, parish vicar from 1875-1884. Its other main attractions include Dunstanburgh Castle. Begun by the Earl of Lancaster in 1313 it is one of the largest fortifications in North England and is owned by the English Heritage. It can be reached via a path which runs along along the beach.

Creighton Memorial Hall
The Embleton Heritage Trails Project, launched in 2006 allows people to explore Embleton and the surrounding area by way of a selection of trails and paths that follow the impressive coastline and sand dunes. They offer a great opportunity for visitors to truly appreciate the scenic landscape and coastline found in this region.

Embleton visitor attractions

Here visitors will find further details regarding places of interest in the Embleton area. We've include opening times and entry prices for a number of tourist attractions as well as information about the nearest local amenities.

Outdoor Activities
The Embleton Heritage Trails Project consists of six trails which wind around the town and along the heritage coastline. The project is intended to show visitors the history and splendour of the region - a guidebook is available which describes the different trails and landmarks they pass by. The Dunstanburgh Golf Club is also nearby and welcomes players of all levels. It's has an 18 hole links course and a spacious club-house with restaurant.

Sportsman InnFood and drink
Grey's Inn on Stanley Terrace serves real ales and traditional pub food, which includes a popular Sunday Roast. Its open fire-places contribute to the country pub ambience and there's also a small beer garden - the pub is open every day. Notable restaurants include the acclaimed Sportsman Inn restaurant, which specialises in English and Northumberland cuisine. The food is reasonably priced at around £24 for three courses.

Dunstanburgh Castle History and Culture
Dunstanburgh Castle is one of the finest medieval castles in the United Kingdom. Located just over a mile from Embleton, it overlooks the North Sea and features a large gatehouse and the remains of two large towers, which at one time stood at over four storeys high. The castle is open from 10am to 4pm, with entry fees of £3.50 for adults and £1.80 for children.

Supermarkets and shops
Embleton doesn't have a great number of shops so those looking to stock up on food and toiletries are advised to travel to Alnwick, which is about 8 miles away. Visitors will find an Iceland Supermarket, a Boots the Chemist and a Superdrug.
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