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Escape to Northumberland's Retreat

Katherine Jackman
 


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The weather is finally starting to improve, and as the sun comes out more and more frequently everyone starts feeling the itch to get away from it all and take a much-deserved break. Whether you’re looking for a mini break in one of the more scenic parts of the country or want a full-blown week away, there are many places throughout this fair land of ours that are worth visiting, particularly in the summer time. It’s a great opportunity to get some fresh air, feel the sun on your skin and refresh yourself.

Take Northumberland in the North East, one of the most beautiful natural surroundings that the UK has to offer. While lovely all year round, visiting during the summer is truly special

The Retreat is a stunning luxury cottage exclusively for two people, so it’s ideal if you’re looking for romantic cottages for couples. There’s nothing more romantic than an intimate, just-the-two-of-us atmosphere in a secluded location where you can focus on each other and forget everything else.

The cottage has everything that you need for a relaxing and comfortable holiday in Northumberland, from modern amenities for an excellent self-catering experience to little touches to make things just a little bit more special. For instance, if you want to have a romantic dinner for two on an evening, you not only have the best facilities to cook up something delicious but you can pipe in your favourite songs through the sound system fitted throughout the house. It’s like a five-star hotel experience, except that you’re in total control and can do whatever you please. If you want to stay in and enjoy the cottage’s many benefits you can, but you’re free to go wherever you like, what matters is that you do it your way.

The Retreat isn’t just a comfortable place to relax and unwind; it also has a few unique perks ideal for couples looking for a romantic trip away. For example, if you want to unwind and let your troubles melt away, you can spend some time in the Jacuzzi with a glass of bubbly, or even take a swim in the pool! There aren’t many luxury cottages that can claim to offer a complete spa experience, and what better way is there to relax with someone you love?

The Retreat is provided by Cheviot holiday cottages and is just one of the stunning luxury cottages in Northumberland Ideally located between the expanse of untouched wilds and the famous thirty miles of coastline, you and your partner have the whole county to explore at your leisure. The Retreat even comes with high quality bicycles if you feel like taking a ride through the country to take in some of the sights. The cottage is surrounded by stunning vistas whilst offering tantalising seclusion and some deserved peace and quiet.

You can check out more about the Retreat on the Cheviot Holiday Cottages site and browse their other properties. A cottage like the Retreat offers a fantastic blend of rustic delights and modern pleasures for a memorable and unique holidaying experience.

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