Hulne Park

Estate Office
Alnwick Castle
NE66 1NQ

+44 01665 510777

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Parkland, Gothic tower, lovely views and good walking. No dogs, cycles or vehicles are allowed in the park.
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A stunning estate!

Phillipa D, Durham, United Kingdom
Peaceful and scenic, what more could you want! It’s so picturesque, our photos don’t really do it justice and we didn’t take many but round every corner we were amazed by how stunning it was. There’s 3 trails to follow ranging from 4 miles to 6.2 miles. We did the 6.2 and it was lovely! The trails are all easy to follow, clearly marked and all follow proper paths/roads so you don’t have to go over grass unless you want to veer off here and there.

An Oasis

André S, Leeds, United Kingdom
Not far from the town centre, Hulne Park is a sure way to get away from the mob and go for a calm, relaxing walk in the middle of nature. The forested area is home to deer and grouse that you will have no problem spotting, as I did, around dusk. It was one of the highlights from my stay in Alnwick.

What a fantastic place to walk

Gwen P, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
This park is extensive and is part of the Duke of Northumberland's Estate which means you can only walk in there after 11am and have to be out by dusk. No dogs are allowed which I mention so folk know. It is no problem for me as I understand they are trying to keep the natural habitat as it is, with pheasants, sheep, cows etc. It is incredibly beautiful with new vistas round every corner. I love it!

Sunday Afternoon Walk in Hulne Park

Alan S, North Shields, United Kingdom
A very pleasant Sunday afternoon walk following the Blue Route and a short detour to Brizlee Tower. The route through the walled working agricultural park, landscaped by Capability Brown was formerly the hunting grounds of the Percy family. It is well maintained, has some great views and many points of interest. These include numerous fine buildings and structures, the most spectacular being the Brizlee Tower and Iron Gates to the walled memorial garden. The park is free from cyclists and dogs. Definitely worth a visit.

Beautiful walks

movidler, West Lothian, United Kingdom
Really enjoyed our walk in Hulne park easy to follow whichever route you want, would definitely go back for more walks



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