Local food and drink in Northumberland

No holiday in Northumberland is complete without sampling the mouth-watering delicacies that our county has to offer. Whether it's tucking into a famous Craster Kipper for breakfast, or having a romantic meal of freshly harvested Lindisfarne Oysters, there are some unique culinary experiences to be enjoyed during your stay.

It isn't just about Northumberland's famous food. We are passionate about giving visitors a truly local experience; where eggs come from hens kept down the road, bread is freshly made with flour ground in Northumberland's oldest working water mill, beef and lamb is bred in the fresh air of the Northumberland National Park and ice cream & cheese has been made on dairy farms that have been in the family for generations.

Breakfast at St Cuthbert's House

Get off to a good start in one of our B&B's

To celebrate all of our fantastic local produce, the Produced in Northumberland verification scheme highlights both the producers and the businesses who use produce that is made in Northumberland and gives visitors a real taste of Northumberland.

Look for the Produced in Northumberland mark in shops, restaurants, B&Bs and hotels, a sign of true Northumbrian quality.

Below are some of the tourism businesses that are verified as using Northumbrian produce. You can find out more about the Produced in Northumberland scheme and research the suppliers themselves at www.producedinnorthumberland.co.uk

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