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Northumberland is a land of big adventures, breathtaking beauty and unlimited possibilities. Discover romantically ruinous castles, barely-visited beaches, bunting-strewn market towns, and enjoy unlimited experiences.
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It's the perfect time to take another look at your bucket list and plan some new adventures for 2023. Hike to that waterfall you've always wanted to see, book that stargazing experience you've been eyeing up for months, or visit that mind blowing castle everyone's been talking about.
Keep an eye on this page for our fantastic competitions, which we regularly have on offer for you to enter for free. You could win a short break or a holiday - new competitions are added often so please keep checking the page.
We have collated our top, most-searched pages of the year to give you a little guidance on planning your next trip to Northumberland.
Northumberland is one big bundle of paths and routes just waiting to be explored. There're ample opportunities to amble across the county, miles of stunning coastline to wander along, picturesque National Park trails to follow, and a wealth of fascinating history to discover.
Like little lambs opening their eyes for the first time, Northumberland comes to life in spring! Many attractions dust off their cobwebs after closing for winter and the county (literally) blossoms as its wildlife is second to none.
Make the most of Northumberland this spring! Attend our fun events, enjoy some local seasonal produce at any of our food and drink markets, or relax and enjoy yourself in a local pub or restaurant. There’ll be something for everyone!
From family-run B&Bs, hotels, and self-catering cottages in the countryside, Northumberland has accommodation for everyone. With our last minute deals on our late availability noticeboard, you can find the perfect place for you at a lower price.
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne is a must-visit, but you must check safe crossing times before visiting. Linked to the mainland by a causeway which is cut off twice daily by fast incoming tides, it is vital to check safe crossing times before crossing the causeway.
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