Neville Tower

Bamburgh - Northumberland

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"What an amazing setting - Stylish luxury apartment surveying the Northumberland coast from the heights of Bamburgh Castle."

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1


  • Superb top-floor living area with amazing views across the beach to the Farne Islands.
  • Fully equipped throughout for a very comfortable stay.
  • Discounted entry to Bamburgh Castle included.
  • Welcome pack, luxury toiletries and free Wi-Fi provided.
  • Surfing, caneoing, water-skiing, golf and tennis available locally.

  You should know...

  • Neville Tower is not suitable for pets.
  • Bamburgh Castle is open to the public for much of the year, and events may also be held in the grounds.
  • Parking is outside the castle walls and the apartment is then accessed on foot.

The Details...

England’s Northumberland coast is one of the country’s highlights, and there’s nowhere more special to discover it than Neville Tower in Bamburgh Castle. Just moments away from the village’s stunning beach, this impressive 2-bedroom pad oozes style and offers some spectacular views of Northumberland and its islands.

Step inside and three floors of beautifully appointed accommodation await you. On the ground and first-floor, you’ll find the two bedrooms. Both look out over the magnificent Bamburgh Beach, and their subtle designer looks and gorgeous soft furnishings make each room a pleasure to spend time in. A ground-floor washroom and first-floor bathroom with bath and overhead shower are easily accessed whichever bedroom you choose, and are ready with Arran Aromatics toiletries and sumptuous towels.

Also on the first floor, a sleek kitchen and dining area looks out towards the castle and village. There’s a dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, fridge freezer and plenty of crockery and kitchenware.

Up on the top floor, the living area is a real highlight, boasting views across the beach as far as the Farne Islands and Holy Island – and as the castle is built on a 180-foot crag, those views are pretty spectacular. You’ve got a dining area with room for 6, comfy sofas, TV, DVD, books and games up there too… so settle in for a great night.

There are plenty of reasons which make Bamburgh a popular destination for lovers of the outdoor life. Watersports, golf and tennis are all easy to indulge in nearby, and there’s a good choice of local restaurants and pubs within a short walk of the castle. If you would rather eat in, you can order a homemade meal to be delivered direct to your door, while the local deli, butchers and greengrocers have lots of treats from around the area to tempt you.

An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Northumberland coast is home to the Lindisfarne nature reserve, towns including Seahouses and Alnmouth, and the enchanting Alnwick Castle lies just a few miles inland. With Northumberland National Park a little over 30 minutes’ drive from Bamburgh, this is a region which never disappoints when it comes to scenery. From charming bays to attractions like Howick Hall, there will be plenty to explore from the moment you arrive… perhaps even the Scottish Borders, just 30 miles away.

With so much to see, and experience, Neville Tower proves Northumberland is truly a cut above.


Essential Features
  • Baby friendly
  • Child Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Great for Families
  • Heating
  • Internet Access (Wi-Fi)
  • No dogs
  • No smoking
  • Seaside location
  • Town/village location
Living Spaces
  • Board Games
  • Books
  • Cooker gas/electric
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Highchair
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Microwave
  • Washing machine
  • Bath
  • Cot
  • Hairdryer
  • Shower
  • Towels (bath)
  • DVD Player
  • Satellite TV/Freeview
  • Television
Also Available
  • Off road free parking


  • Beach (sea)
  • Bird watching
  • Boat trips
  • Cooking classes
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Historical sites
  • Horse riding
  • Markets
  • Museums/Galleries
  • Pub/Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Sailing
  • Supermarket/food shop
  • Surfing
  • Tennis
  • Wildlife
  • Windsurfing
  • Wine tasting

Local amenities With friendly local shops, quaint tea-rooms, cosy pubs and restaurants on the doorstep as well as miles upon miles of stunning white sands within walking distance it is part of the reason visitors return to this area year-after-year, and why it remains one of the most popular beach destinations in England. For dining-out, you can enjoy fantastic seafood at The Potted Lobster; the Mizen for a superior eating experience; or the Victoria Hotel if you like great pub food and a great chat next to the fire. Alternatively try the Castle Hotel for a good pub meal and pretty beer garden; or The Copper Kettle a characterful little tea-room serving a selection of freshly baked scones, cake and light-bites. A short drive will take you to the popular Barn at Beal with amazing views over the causeway to Holy Island, or head a little further down coast to the Ship Inn at Low Newton (9 miles) which has a reputation for serving excellent local food (their crab sandwiches are legendary!) along with ales from their own micro-brewery. For provisions, The Pantry is a super deli selling meats, cheeses, preserves, freshly baked bread and smoked fish as well as lots of naughty puddings which all come from renowned local suppliers across the area. For picnics or lunches on-the-go, they will prepare sandwiches on request along with freshly ground coffee, or can arrange for food hampers full of gourmet goodies to be made up for your arrival at your holiday home. J Carter has been the village butchers for 125 years serving only the finest locally produced meat, homemade pies and award winning bacon which is cured and smoked on the premises. You will also find a family run greengrocers in the walled garden which was once used to serve the Castle. Activities and attractions Standing on a quite spectacular 180 foot high basalt crag, the skyline is dominated by the dramatic outline of Bamburgh Castle from miles around. A visit to the Castle will allow you to experience over two thousand years of fascinating history with dark tales of royal rebellion, turbulent battles, and stories of powerful legend and folklore. The Grace Darling Museum sits nearby and offers a wonderful insight into the life of this courageous young woman who was written into the history books in 1838 when she risked her life to row a boat out in treacherous seas to rescue survivors of the luxury steam ship Forfarshire. As well as boasting its own magnificent Castle, the village is home to the Bamburgh Golf Club - an 18 hole golf course with outstanding views towards Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands and the Cheviot Hills. Rated by Golf World Magazine as ‘quite possibly the most beautiful and beautifully situated golf course in all England’ this tricky links course will both challenge and delight. You will also find tennis courts in the village which can be hired for a nominal fee. The beach at Bamburgh comprises glorious curves of white sand backed by deep sand dunes, rocky outcrops and dramatic shorelines. and is a wonderful spot for families, walkers and water sports enthusiasts. Surfing and windsurfing is highly rated here with waves naturally breaking to the left and right as a result of the numerous sandbars along its length, and while there is no lifeguard cover on this section, it is seen as a safe spot for swimming. Alternatively, six miles south of Bamburgh, you will find excellent watersports on the golden sands of Beadnell Bay where you can launch boats, rent surfboards, wetsuits and bikes or try your hand at kitesurfing, windsurfing, sea canoeing and waterskiing with accredited instructors. For young explorers, pack a fishing net along with a sand bucket and enjoy a spot of rock-pooling for tiny shore crabs, starfish or periwinkles at Bamburgh Lighthouse at Harkness Rocks - named by Countryfile as one of the top ten rockpooling areas in Britain. Here you can spend many happy hours dabbling in the plunge pools before taking a gentle wander back along the beach to the village. The whole area is bursting with things to do here, dotted by a trail of castles and fortifications interspersed with pretty seaside villages all the way up and down the coast. Cross the causeway to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne to trace the legend of St. Cuthbert, take a boat trip from Seahouses to the outstanding Farne Islands nature reserve and seabird sanctuary, head to Craster to sample their legendary oak smoked kippers, visit the beautiful gardens at Howick Hall, or head inland to experience the medieval splendour of Alnwick Castle with its fantastic child-friendly activity programme inspired by the wizardly magic and broomstick antics of Harry Potter. Walking and cycling in this area is a delight with an abundance of trails and waymarked routes suitable for all ages and abilities. Take a four mile circular walk from Bamburgh to Budle Bay, where you can experience amazing sunsets over the bay in early evening, or follow the Coast and Castles circular, a dog-friendly stretch involving a moderate walk of 8.5 miles taking in both coast and country. For cyclists, there are family routes, leisure routes, and mountain biking trails with everything from easy coastal stretches to high energy treks in the vast wilderness of the Northumberland National Park which can be easily accessed from Wooler.

Neville Tower

  Nearest Airport

50 miles from Newcastle Airport

Detailed Pricing Information...

Monday - Friday and Friday - Monday short breaks only.

75% of the weekly rental for 3 or 4 nights.



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