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Spring and summer in Northumberland could have you experiencing incredible wildlife, hiking fantastic, fauna-filled landscapes and enjoying active adventures. Uncover history while making memories, find yourself getting lost in nature, and collect moments that will last a lifetime with our endless experiences.
Take a look at our round up of some of the best short walks in Northumberland. Including where to park, where to stop for a bite to eat and where to stay at the end of the day, we've got it all covered so you can easily plan your walking route.
There's no need to leave your dog at home when dining out in Northumberland, so we have rounded up 10 of the best dog friendly pubs and cafes in Northumberland.
Take one diverse county, add a sprig of coast, a dash of countryside and a sprinkling of passionate producers. The result is Northumberland’s fresh seafood, outstanding restaurants, locally brewed tipples and fantastic food and drink festivals.
Here are some of the best pubs in Northumberland with fireplaces to cosy up to after a long, wind-swept walk. Hide away from the cold, wrap your hands around a hot cup of tea and fill your belly with some hearty pub grub by the glow of an open fire.
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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