Druridge Bay

Come, and refill your soul...

…in the most tranquil part of this beautiful County.

When you’re looking for space and time to ‘get away from it all’ and recharge your batteries, then Northumberland is definitely the place to be.  And to find real peace and solitude, come and explore north Northumberland.

You’ll enjoy mile after mile of white sandy beaches, with ancient castles or villages as their backdrop - this whole stretch of coastline is officially designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, which we think sums it up pretty well.  Or wander among the quietest of wild, rugged hills and pretty valleys, each with their own stories.

This is an ancient land, the ‘cradle of Christianity’, a borderland forged and formed from its tempestuous history.  The most beautiful landscapes bring you the very warmest of welcomes, the best local food and produce, and accommodation of the highest calibre.

Explore bustling market towns like Seahouses - the ‘gateway to the Farne Islands - or Berwick, with its fortified walls.  Discover the amazing stories of ancient characters like Aidan, Cuthbert, and Oswald, and walk in their footsteps.  The iconic Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island await you.  Ford & Etal, with its castle, art gallery and working mill are beautiful jewels set in a working, thriving community. Wooler gives access to the Cheviot hills - and at every turn here in north Northumberland there are views, experiences and encounters to delight and restore you.

Come, refill your soul – you’ll find the journey to north Northumberland well worth it.

Visit the North Northumberland Tourism Association website www.nnta.org/inournature
- the best way to discover all there is to see and do in this stunning landscape: find accommodation to suit every budget; learn about activities, and local arts & crafts; discover interesting visitor attractions, and the best places to eat.  We look forward to welcoming you!

North Northumberland tourist information

Come, and refill your soul...

…in the most tranquil part of this beautiful County.

When you’re looking for space and time to ‘get away from it all’ and recharge your batteries, then Northumberland is definitely the place to be.  And to find real peace and solitude, come and explore north Northumberland.

You’ll enjoy mile after mile of white sandy beaches, with ancient castles or villages as their backdrop - this whole stretch of coastline is officially designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, which we think sums it up pretty well.  Or wander among the quietest of wild, rugged hills and pretty valleys, each with their own stories.

This is an ancient land, the ‘cradle of Christianity’, a borderland forged and formed from its tempestuous history.  The most beautiful landscapes bring you the very warmest of welcomes, the best local food and produce, and accommodation of the highest calibre.

Explore bustling market towns like Seahouses - the ‘gateway to the Farne Islands - or Berwick, with its fortified walls.  Discover the amazing stories of ancient characters like Aidan, Cuthbert, and Oswald, and walk in their footsteps.  The iconic Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island await you.  Ford & Etal, with its castle, art gallery and working mill are beautiful jewels set in a working, thriving community. Wooler gives access to the Cheviot hills - and at every turn here in north Northumberland there are views, experiences and encounters to delight and restore you.

Come, refill your soul – you’ll find the journey to north Northumberland well worth it.

Visit the North Northumberland Tourism Association website www.nnta.org/inournature
- the best way to discover all there is to see and do in this stunning landscape: find accommodation to suit every budget; learn about activities, and local arts & crafts; discover interesting visitor attractions, and the best places to eat.  We look forward to welcoming you!

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Morpeth
Northumberland
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