Group leisure activities in Northumberland

We all know the importance of rest and refreshment in any group holiday and Northumberland has a rich selection of unique towns and venues that can turn a comfort break into an enriching part of your itinerary.

A visit to Northumberland wouldn’t be complete without sampling some of the county’s traditional dishes and drinks. With a coastline that spans almost 100 miles, seafood is a huge part of the Northumbrian food heritage. Craster kippers are a firm favourite, smoked at Craster and Seahouses using original curing sheds. Earl Grey tea was specially blended at Howick Hall by a Chinese Mandarin for Charles, 2nd Earl Grey, Bergamot was used to offset the taste of the lime in Howick’s water.

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Carriages
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Bellingham
A unique dining experience on board 1950's train carriages. ...

Royal Border Bridge Danny Spring
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Berwick-upon-Tweed
The beautiful Border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, at the Northernmost tip of Northumberland, is just 3 miles from Scotland.  ...

Heighley Gate
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Morpeth
Set in the spectacular Northumberland countryside Heighley Gate Garden Centre is one of the largest Garden Centres in the Uk. An ideal day out destination or refreshment stop for group travel com ...

Hexham Abbey and bowling gree
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Hexham
Hexham - the historic, picturesque market town and the ideal base for your visit to Northumberland ...

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