Northumberland sees the return of the hugely successful Heritage Open Days, from Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th September over 80 properties will open their doors for free to reveal their hidden historical gems.
View the Heritage Open Days Brochure below:
Please find a list of Northumberland venues to visit below.
Northumberland sees the return of the hugely successful Heritage Open Days, from Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th September over 80 properties will open their doors for free to reveal their hidden historical gems.
View the Heritage Open Days Brochure below:
Please find a list of Northumberland venues to visit below.
Linkhouse Farm Cottage is a secluded 4 star self catering cottage situated just behind the beach dunes, resulting in the golden sands of Beadnell Bay being within yards of the property.
This delightfully converted two-storey stone built 3 star self catering cottage provides splendid holiday accommodation in an exclusive location in the heart of the Northumbrian countryside.
Holiday Cottage in the heart of Berwick upon Tweed's conservation area. Sleeps 1 to 8 with discounts for smaller groups. A hundred yards or so from the sea with the local beach within walking distance. Berwick's shops are close by, making Ness Street equally suitable for those arriving by train or car. Ideal touring base for the North Northumberland coast and the Scottish Borders. Four bedrooms, two twin bedded and two with double beds.
The ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle tower over the Northumberland coastal line. It is an ideal family day out with a picnic area, fantastic views, and it is not far from the Scottish Borders.
Roll up! Roll up! The Circus is in town! Dame Gertie Dollop runs the show with her son Silly Billy but they’ve fallen on hard times. Particularly with the dastardly Ringmaster Heinkel, owner of the rival circus, up to his old tricks.
In Summer 2019, Museums Northumberland is thrilled to be sharing some of Northumberland’s most extraordinary and little-known stories with you. ‘Beyond the Field’ by artist Matt Stokes is an audio installation that Museums Northumberland commissioned for Berwick Museum and Art Gallery.
Luxurious 1, 2 & 3 bedroom self catering holiday cottages on the Northumberland coast. Open fires, modern kitchens and bathrooms.
Whitehouse Farm is the all-weather fun attraction with soft play, restaurant, outdoor play areas, tractor-trailer rides and lots of animals to feed, hold and stroke.
Peacock Cottage is a recently refurbished 4 star self catering property located at Link House Farm. It’s only a 2 minute walk to the golden sands of Beadnell Bay, with easy access to the beach and some fantastic dune walks/trails up the coast.
A warm welcome awaits at the beautifully converted Cartshed within walking distance of Hadrian's Wall. Ideal location for touring.
Will you find all the bats that have taken up residence in Berwick Museum and Art Gallery? Pick up your trail sheet at the museum Welcome Desk then explore the museum to try and find all the bats.
Four newly refurbished lodges, each sleeping six. Set in the Northumberland National Park and International Gold Tier Dark Sky Park.
A glorious setting, with one of the world's greatest salmon rivers just a roll-cast away. The Boathouse is a stunning, newly-renovated, period house in an idyllic position on the banks of the River Tweed. Bring friends, family, children & dogs! Private fishing available.
With boundless enthusiasm, the Ancient Britain team are perfect guides for inspirational tours, or revitalizing bushcraft adventures!
Swallowfish Ltd is an award winning family run business based in the Northumbrian seaside village of Seahouses, where we smoke fish and shellfish in our Traditional 19th century smokehouses.
Discover the secret life of the forest - join professional naturalist, Bruce Ferguson and uncover the tracks, trails and signs left behind by its secretive inhabitants from red squirrels and deer to its bird and insect life. Find out how these animals live and interact with their forest environment and the challenges they face in their everyday lives
The general market operates every Tuesday on Station Road in the town centre. Visitor enquiries: Morpeth TIC 01670 623455 – Stall enquiries: Neil Brown. Market Manager, Northumberland email@example.com Tel: 07909688174
Manor Walks’ food and craft market features independent traders from across the North East selling homemade goods and home grown produce, from 9am-5pm both indoors and outdoors of the centre, every second Saturday of the Month.
St James is a fine Victorian church in Morpeth. It’s open every day, so come and see it.
What better way to explore the great outdoors than on foot? With over 600 square kilometres of forest and over 26 miles of shoreline to choose from, Kielder Water & Forest Park is perfect for walking and hiking holidays or family days out.
Carraw Bed and Breakfast, is one of the finest luxury Northumberland Guest Houses, situated on the foundations of Hadrian’s Wall, with a sublime hilltop setting overlooking open countryside of Northumberland National Park and beyond.
At Hadrian’s Wall, it’s about making new discoveries and there’s plenty to see on your visit to this World Heritage Site - so the grab-and-go approach is highly recommended when it comes to food.
Nestled in the Northumberland heritage coastline, our beautiful self catering property provides the ideal base for exploring the wonderful Northumberland beaches, stunning castles, the majestic Holy Island of Lindisfarme and the rugged Cheviot hills. A little further afield you can reach the Scottish Borders and the beautiful cities of Edinburgh and Newcastle are within 75 mins drives.
Walltown Lodge is an award winning Adults only bed and breakfast which enjoys an idillyic, unrivalled position within the Northumberland National Park, 100 yards from Hadrians Wall and Walltown Crags. We are perfectly positioned for walkers and cyclists being directly on the Hadrians Wall Path, Pennine Way and NCN Route 72, as well as for history and dark sky enthusiasts being located directly opposite the Roman Army Museum and within the dark sky park where the milky way can be seen with the naked eye. The AD122 bus stops directly outside our door and there is a pub which serves evening meals a short 15 minute walk away. Recently converted Aquila Cottage is also now available offering 1 bedroomed luxury self catering accommodation within our grounds for guests who prefer more independence.
Investigate the strange goings on at Heatherslaw Mill!
CARRIAGES TEA ROOM BELLINGHAM
Haltwhistle Tourist Information Centre is located in the heart of Hadrian's Wall Country, and is ideally placed for information on the local heritage sites as well as the rest of Northumberland.
The Centre offers details on transport, accommodation and also sells a range of maps.
A medieval castle with stunning views of formal gardens and the Cheviot Hills. Perfect for architectural and naturalist/historical enthusiasts.
Look no further than The Amble Inn’s 30 brand new en suite bedrooms for the most comfortable night’s sleep in Amble and the surrounding area.
BRAND new, luxurious, boutique B&B and restaurant in the tranquil village of Beadnell on the Northumberland Coast. Dog friendly, accessible, families welcome.
11am – 12.30pm, daily during Weekends and Northumberland school holidays. Create your own book-bird and add it to the flock! Hexham Old Gaol holds hundreds of years of stories in its walls. It’s the oldest purpose built gaol in England and has stood here in the middle of Hexham for over 650 years.
We are a family run business which provides great family holidays, as well as "get away from it all breaks" for all ages and have 30 years of experience on which to call when we welcome you to Village Farm.
The Fisherman’s Rest stands in one of the most enviable positions over-looking the harbour in Seahouses with a spectacular backdrop of The Farne Islands and on the horizon the outstanding Bamburgh Castle. All village amenities such as shops, cafes, restaurants and public houses are all just a short walk away from the property.
Build a shelter, light a fire, cook a meal, make something to take away. You’ll need to build a shelter, your own den in the woods. You’re going to eat so you’ll build and light your own camp fire (but no matches!). You’ll cook your food and then sitting round the fire you can have a go at making an elder-wood pea-shooter or a string bracelet from nettles!Eat before you arrive and bring your own food to BBQ over your fire.The activity leader, Bruce Ferguson, is qualified through the Institute for Outdoor Learning to teach bushcrafts to groups and has been involved in bushcrafts and teaching woodland skills for over 30 years. All our leaders are DBS checked
Beautiful gardens, woodland walks, sensory garden, a Prime Minister and a famous cup of tea - Earl Grey of course since Howick was his home! Enjoy Snowdrops, Daffodils, and Rhododendrons in spring; Tulips in the Wildflower Meadows, and later the Bog Garden, Borders and Terraces in summer; and brilliant autumn colour in the woodland walks.
Seaton Delaval Hall comprising a centre block between 2 arcaded and pedimented wings, the east wing contains fine stables and there are gardens with statues.
Calvert Kielder offers exciting and exhilarating outdoor adventure activities, fully accessible for the whole family, in the heart of Kielder Water & Forest Park, home to the largest man-made lake in Europe.
Nestled in a 450-acre estate at the heart of the Northumberland countryside, the golf course at Macdonald Linden Hall, Golf & Country Club is one of the area's finest.
The Greenhouse is a Northumberland self catering property in Bamburgh. This 4 star self catering property iis idea for quiet relaxing by the coast. FInd more accommodation on the official tourist information website for Northumberland.
Stunning seaside apartments with balconies giving gorgeous views of the Northumberland coast. Dog-friendly and ideally located for exploring Alnmouth, Alnwick and beyond.
The food provides traditional British comfort eating to an exceptional standard and makes use of local, seasonal ingredients. A comprehensive range of beers and ales compliments an extensive wine list.
Welcome to Allout Adventures. The North Easts largest outdoor activity company. Bring along friends, family or work colleagues for an unforgettable experience!
Chose from an exhilarating quad trek that covers over 10 miles of the estate to a clay pigeon shoot with amazing views of Northumberland or try your hand at the ancient sport of archery then onto our Segway safari where you glide around woodland paths and estate roads.
The sleek new Commissioners Quay Inn is the jewel in the crown of Blyth’s impressive harbour development. Maximising every inch of its water’s edge location, enjoy unbeatable sea views, all day, every day dining and contemporary en-suite bedrooms.
Set in a quaint Northumberland town, this hill-top fortress and hermitage offers a fantastic family day out.
Edynwell is a newly converted grade II listed property located within a peaceful environment on the quiet loop comprising the tail end of Front Street. It is set within a private and secluded gated complex and is one of the 3 houses forming part of the Crewe Courtyard Cottages collection.
With so much to see and do, a trip to Belsay is one of the best value family days out in North East England. Explore the grand medieval castle, later extended to include a magnificent Jacobean mansion and don’t miss the stunning views from the top of the tower.
Take part in our public consultation on improving East Chevington Nature Reserve.
Perfectly located for exploring Northumberland, Scottish Borders, Kielder Water and Cumbria, Black Burn Lodge is the ideal base for your holiday.
Offering a lovely selection of hand-picked properties across the whole of Northumberland. Your perfect place awaits.
Six spacious cottages offering privacy and extensive facilities. Situated in a wonderful position for accessing the A1, the hills, beaches & the Scottish Borders.. Brochures available. All houses are Four Star graded.
A brand new festival at Heatherslaw Miill, celebrating all things floury! Classes, competitions and activities throughout the day, with free entry into the mill.
Follow the autumnal themed trail then join storyteller Jim Grant in storytelling area, to hear stories from the 'Spirit of Nature'.
Only a stone’s throw away from the picturesque Seahouses Harbour and its wonderful views of the Farne Islands and Bamburgh Castle. Ginnel Cottage is newly built ground floor property, which enjoys open plan and spacious living complemented with exposed beams and multi fuel stove, with two bedrooms.
English Heritage Medieval Castle, river walks, beautiful beach, shops, galleries & an array of eateries all within easy walking distance.
No 2 Church Row is a newly refurbished property set within the small rural hamlet of Newham, approximately 2 miles from the A1 and 3 miles from Beadnell and the Northumberland coast. Surrounded by the rolling countryside, the property is perfect for a tranquil and relaxing getaway within a modern and comfortable environment.
Choose Northumberland for your next group getaway with Big Domain's selection of large holiday homes and group accommodation.
Enjoy warm farmhouse welcome. Recently converted self contained wing. Spacious en suite bedrooms, guest lounge. Ideally situated in Hadrian's Wall Corridor.
A church was founded on this site in 635 by St Aidan; the site of his death is marked by a shrine within the present church which dates from the end of the 12th century. A squint, a fine reredos, and a memorial to the Victorian heroine are amongst some of the many treasures of this delightful parish church.
4 Luxury award winning holiday cottages on the Beadnell Coastline. Three of the Cottages are located on the outskirts of Beadnell Village in there own grounds and have fantastic views of the coastline and Cheviot Hills. Benthall Hous is located on the sea front with fabulous sea views.
A wonderfully appointed property situated just to the back of the golden sands of Beadnell Bay, Forget Me Not is a 4 star self catering cottage finished to a high standard to match its fantastic location. The picturesque village of Newton-by-the-Sea is just a short stroll away where a wonderful beach and nature reserve await.
A very warm welcome to Firwood from Mike and Beth Mills. We offer peace and tranquillity, a touch of style and luxury, with homely comforts and delicious breakfasts.
This year the Front Room Exhibition features the Mills and Farms of the Spindlestone Estate and the Port of Waren.
Find out about ‘one of the best mills’ the engineer John Smeaton ever designed, and how the mill worked; the lives of its tenants; the use of the sea to supply the mill so avoiding road taxes; plans to set up a customs post at Waren; exports and imports to Budle; the area’s windmill threshing machine; and the impact of the railway.
Ancroft Church is dedicated to St Anne, the mother of Mary, so the granny of Jesus. Follow the trail quiz and climb to the top of the tower to see the sea.
Picturesque stone farm cottages overlooking the peaceful River Aln. Walking distance from bustling market town of Alnwick. Perfect location to explore coast & countryside.
Riverside Lodge is a 2 bedroom cottage (sleeps 4) situated directly opposite Alnmouth beach and estuary with stunning views.
Access to the beach is within 20 metres and the village shop, pubs, restaurants and golf course is within a 5 minute walk. There is a first floor open plan living area/kitchen and dining with estuary and beach views. Private parking available. Fri/Fri
Quiet family-run 3-acre park. Easy access. Level, sheltered, spacious pitches. EHU. Some hard stands. Laundry room. WiFi. Superb location for beaches and walking. Craster 1 mile.
Approached along a quiet tree lined road in lush Northumbrian countryside, this rural retreat offers restful, relaxed luxury accommodation, sleeping up to 8, in an idyllic, rural setting. Nestled in a beautiful small development of traditional farm cottages in 4 acres of mature grounds,the location is perfect for exploring unspoilt beaches, historic sites and local attractions including famous rock art close by at Fowberry and Doddington. Beaches are within 7 miles and golf courses within 4 miles. Lots of space to relax in during your stay will ensure you have a very peaceful break and feel refreshed when you leave. The villages of Chatton with it's shop/PO, ancient church, pub and trout fishery is 2 miles away, Belford, and Wooler are within 4 miles. Berwick and Alnwick are within 15 miles.
Set amidst the beautiful Northumbrian countryside with wonderful views to the sea and surrounding area. We can even boast Dark Sky's - bring a telescope!
Both intimate and spacious in style and atmosphere. A blend of local produce and food heritage with confident cooking and relaxed, Northumbrian hospitality.
Traditional, pet friendly cottage for two in the heart of the conservation village of Morebattle, on the edge of the Cheviots. Free WiFi and Welcome Basket, all linen and towels are included in the tariff AND short breaks are welcome year round.
Enchanting holiday cottages situated on a farm. Beautifully furnished to a high standard. Stunning view from the garden over Cheviot Hills. No pets please. The accommodation can also be let on a 2-person basis.
Secluded accommodation nestled on the Northumberland coastline between Seahouses and Bamburgh.
AONB Award for Excellence Winners.
The ground shivered and the trees quivered as a rumbling could be heard throughout The Garden. A giant belly laugh roared as the two new residents looked over the tiny world they had stumbled upon.
Trees no higher than their knees, miniscule flowers, puddles of water and crowds of small humans running about having fun and laughing together. They looked around and decided that this would be a great new home for them both. They are big, bold and rather messy! Join us and have a giant adventure.
Listed in Jenkins' 'Thousand Best churches'. Founded in 1650 and set within the historic Elizabethan walls of Berwick, in England’s most northerly parish. The only church to have been built in such a distinctive style during the commonwealth of Oliver Cromwell.
12 Luxury cottage conversions sleeping 2 -8, ideally situated near city, coast and countryside, also fully accessible disabled cottage.
Templars Cottage is an award winning garden flat only 75 metres from the golden sands of Spittal.It is part of a luxury award winning conversion of a historic biulding. It has all the charm of the old with the modern luxury and comfort of the new. It sleeps two people in the comfortable double bedroom while a third guest can be accommodated on the sofa bed in the lounge area. Dogs are welcome.
Templars Cottage has been independently inspected and rated Four Star for 2014/15 by VisitEngland (the English Tourist Board) and given a Gold Award status in recognition of its exceptional quality. It may be suitable for the less mobile as it is on one level.
From stunning sea views, to castles and countryside, Elm Bank Coastal Park is all about fresh air, open space and recharging your batteries.
If you are looking for a fabulous week away or short break, why not hire one of our Luxury holiday homes which can cater for up to six or eight people, ideal for the perfect self catering getaway.
The wait is over….The Testaments, Margaret Atwood’s highly anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, is revealed.
Fisherman's Creeve is one of four newly built apartments ideally located in the centre of Seahouses. The 4 star self catering design and location have been developed with holidaying family/friends in mind.
The Beach House boasts one of the best sea views in Beadnell. Detached 3 bedroom property decorated to a high standard.
Waren Caravan & Camping Park is a 5 star self-contained touring park with fully serviced modern Gold Award winning holiday homes, fantastic Wigwams and a touring pitch.
Overlooked by the imposing Bamburgh Castle and a just few minutes’ walk from the village centre and the fabulous sandy beach. Sleeping up to 6 guests over 3 bedrooms, Jara, with its spacious, comfortable and contemporary interior along with large private enclosed garden, makes the property a fantastic choice for a coastal getaway with family or friends.
Relax in the bath-house, explore the officers' quarters & learn about the saviour of Hadrian's Wall in the Clayton Museum.
The Tower House Gallery is such an unusual building and the octagonal rooms make wonderful spaces for displaying art.
Sorbietrees is dark sky friendly and ideally based for visiting Kielder Observatory and Water, Northumberland, Cumbria and the Scottish Borders. Sorbietrees is a beautiful Georgian farmhouse with many original features in a tranquil location with outstanding views, abundant wildlife, a warm welcome and homely atmosphere.
Our early evening events are aimed to be fun and interesting to everyone, including families with younger children and for these events we offer reduced family tickets for two adults and two children. We run the shorter Family Astronomy every Saturday afternoon, “Space Kids” in school holidays and our brand new programme of events called “Introduction to Astronomy” will now be running most days from 5pm until 7pm.
They cover concepts such as navigating the sky or telescope workshops. Recommended ages are six years old and upwards. The focus of these events is on education and introducing the basics of astronomy, but if the skies are clear we may get the chance to glimpse the moon, a planet or maybe the sun depending on the season. You will still get to see our fantastic telescopes up close and the team will be on hand to answer everyone’s questions.
Most Fridays and Saturdays in the late slot (approx. midnight-3am, please check website for times) we run our premium weekend events. These run similar to our main evening events but have a reduced number of guests to ensure you enjoy the maximum time at the various telescopes and have an intimate observing session with our most experienced astronomers.
Join us for a special evening of talks and all your astronomy questions will be answered, then if the skies are clear we’ll be taking a good look at the beautiful sights of the cosmos, if not we have the technology to bring it alive. Of these two events, Late Night Dark Skies is timed to coincide with a new moon when the sky is at its darkest and this is the only event where there is a 30% discount on a future booking if you are unable to observe as well as a free Kielder mug!
Spacious perpendicular style church with many medieval features, e.g., Hotspur pillar. 1464 charter of Henry VI that two 'burgesses' of Alnwick rebuilt their church. Patronage of Dukes of Northumberland; Percy connection.
You can't help but relax at Cresswell Towers Holiday Park with miles of golden sands and coastal walks long Druridge Bay.
In a career that started with the country rock boom, Rosenthal has honed his craft and "Rootsy/ Americana with a little blues thrown in" sound to perfection. His move to Chapel Hill, North Carolina allowed him to team up with the famed producer and recording star Chris Stamey in the studio.
Cosy Cottage is a newly refurbished cottage. This 3 star self catering property is situated in the quieter area of Seahouses. Placed within a 2 minute walk of the harbour and village centre, the action is close, but the setting still peaceful. A lovely little patio planted with pretty flowers in the back garden is ideal for sitting in the sun whilst dining or socialising.
We'll take you and your family out and about in Northumberland on some great circular guided walks and hikes in the north of this remarkable County in North East England; all you need to do is choose your walk, book your place(s) and get to the start point; we'll do the guiding. Northumberland offers the best walking country in England, join us and find out why. You'll discover so much more, you'll go further and never get lost, take a guide, you'll be glad you did.
Large salt-glazed pots for garden and kitchen. Visitors can see kiln and stock area and can purchase factory seconds from the retail area.
Framed prints, gifts and original oil paintings on wood all finished in bespoke solid wood frames.
Tristan Gurney violin/director Royal Northern Sinfonia Strauss Capriccio Sextet, Op.85 Wagner Siegfried Idyll Mahler (arr. Farrington) Symphony No.1 ‘Titan’ Hear Royal Northern Sinfonia out and about in the region in October, this time with a Romantic programme including a special ensemble arrangement of Mahler’s ‘Titan’ symphony.
Base yourself at our campsite to discover the true spirit of Northumberland and relax in the warmth of the Northumbrian way. In the English Borders, this is an ideal base for outdoor life in the stunning Northumberland National Park and for exploring either the East or West coast.
Creation of Lord Armstrong, Victorian inventor and landscape genius. Gardens, red squirrels, woodland and lakeside walks.
Come along for a cuppa and view some local art work. Including Paintings and Photography by, Ashington Art Group, Ashington Camera Club and Ashington Pitmatic Art Group. Open from 10am to 4pm, Thursday 26 September to Saturday 28 September.
Learn the skills and techniques of shooting a performance bow with an qualified activity instructor. Discover your inner Robin Hood and perfect your arrow technique in the heart of the forest. Test your accuracy skills with this historic sport. Take part with your friends and family and compete to see who can get the highest score.(Under 16’s must be supervised by an adult.)
Awarded 'England's Best B&B' by VisitEngland in 2017 & 2014 - and also Bronze & Silver medals at their national Awards in 2015 & 2016 too. Your hosts Jeff & Jill offer you beautiful Guest Accommodation in this historic former chapel building, on the spectacular Northumberland coast. Beautiful, elegant restoration, offering six very high-quality ensuite bedrooms in stunning, peaceful surroundings.
Book early for a ride on a Santa Special - ho ho ho!
Quiet oasis on the Northumberland Coast. Touring pitches, tents and motorhomes all welcome to our working farm. Dog friendly.
Ideally situated to enjoy the Dark Skies in the Northumberland National Park, and for a stopover on the Sandstone Way for walkers and cyclists. A warm welcome awaits you at Ingram House.
Idyllic farmhouse B&B in the heart of rural Northumberland. Rated 9.9 out of 10 after over 100 reviews
Stable Cottage is a 5 star self catering cottage in a converted sandstone farm building with a traditional red pantile roof situated near Bamburgh.
The former village flour mill has been converted into comfortable and spacious holiday accommodation, the grade II listed building benefits from being set within peaceful surroundings in the heart of the village, but is still close to the tourist attractions and amenities.
Beach View is located within Spittal, a small seaside resort within two miles from the historic market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed which lies on the opposite side of the river mouth.
Newly renovated and equipped to a high standard. The property has spectacular views out over the sea towards Bamburgh, Holy Island, and Berwick. A short stroll takes you to Spittal Promenade with far stretching sandy beach and wonderful cross river views of Berwick
Country house boutique hotel with a collection of self-catering suites and upmarket Dining and Spa. 7ml from Hexham and sits atop of Hadrians Wall.
A beautiful church set in a large rural churchyard, an ideal place for quiet meditation.
St. Cuthbert's Retreat offers self-catering and b&b accommodation in the heart of Wooler -gateway to the Cheviots and Northumberland coast.
The most exciting and affordable aerial tour, soaring over Northumberland's officially designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and beyond.
This stunning three bedroom apartment has been refurbished to the highest standard which offers every modern facility. Immaculately presented, this cottage offers luxurious living and have most certainly the best views in the area overlooking the Quayside in picturesque Seahouses, and Bamburgh Castle. All village amenities such as shops, cafes, restaurants and public houses are all just a short walk away from the property.
A ground floor cottage in this pretty village near Rothbury in the Northumberland National Park. Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms. Pet friendly (1-2 dogs depending on size).
Forming part of Seahouses’s exclusive Thorburn’s Yard development , Harbour Lights House is a luxury 3 bedroom apartment with views of the coastline and out to sea. Situated within the more peaceful conservation area of the fishing village, on the site of a former smokery ran by Mr Thorburn, this well appointed property is within easy walking distance of the harbour, village amenities, golf course and sandy beaches.
Luxury Country House B&B, with private parking only 400 yards from the Northumberland Coast, set in its own grounds.
Opening its doors in time for the Tall Ships arrival in the Port of Blyth, the sleek new Commissioners Quay Inn is the jewel in the crown of Blyth’s impressive harbour development. Maximising every inch of its water’s edge location, enjoy unbeatable sea views, all day, every day dining and contemporary en-suite bedrooms. The Commissioners Quay Inn is the place to eat, drink, sleep and explore from.
We're open all day, from 7.30am until 9.00pm serving homemade breakfasts, light bites, lunches and evening meals. Our food is homemade and freshly cooked to order.
A cracking selection of local real ales, quirky craft beers, delicious wines, spirits and speciality teas and coffees.
Stay and experience the joys of wakening up in the morning in an antique French bed, revitalized having had the perfect night's rest in the knowledge that a freshly prepared cooked breakfast awaits you in elegant surroundings.
The North East Skinny Dip is an established annual mass skinny dip. It takes place at sunrise on Druridge Bay. 611 dippers braved the North Sea last year and many have spoken of the life-affirming experience they had that morning.
This event isn’t about looking good. It’s about taking a risk, celebrating our unique bodies, connecting with nature, raising money for mental health and maybe even breaking a world record! On a clear day we get to run towards a big red rising sun!
Join us this evening for a walk around the reserve in search of bats and other nocturnal creatures.
The Joiners Arms, Gastro Pub and Luxury Inn; a haven for lovers of great country food, drinks and merriment.
This popular market returns in 2018, offering a wide range of stalls selling local and artisan foods, gifts and crafts.
Luxury, unique bed and breakfast in Belford, close to Bamburgh, Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Farne Islands and Northumberland Coast
Set in the picturesque coastal village of Beadnell, This ground floor, newly built 4 star self catering holiday home is perfectly designed for couples looking to retreat to the famous Northumberland countryside.
Wag & Company is a registered Charity in the North East of England. We enable volunteers and their dogs to befriend older dog lovers who miss the company of a dog.Over 50,000 older people in our region are lonely with the TV as their main form of Company. Many have been dog lovers all of their lives and now find themselves unable to care for a dog. Wag & Company volunteers are dog lovers too and know that it could just as easily be one of us or a family member; life changes so fast. So, with just an hour or two a week we provide some company and that much missed love of a dog.
Stunning views of Tweed with riverside and country walks. Easy access to peaceful comfortable cottage. You’ll love it!
Beautiful artworks for your home by artists and creative designers from UK and beyond.
Kate and Wilf, welcome you to Wyndgrove House in the pretty North Northumberland village of Seahouses.
Cosy cottages & quirky longboats in the heart of Northumbrian coast & countryside. Accessible, dog friendly, sleep upto 7.
The Falding Studio is situated in the picturesque village of Humshaugh located in the heart of Hadrian’s Wall country – a World Heritage Site. This recently renovated property offers a high standard of accommodation for 2 guests who are looking for a peaceful base from which to explore this beautiful part of the North East region whether you choose to do so on foot, car or bike.
Haltwhistle Walking Festivals provide guided walks, led by trained volunteer leaders. Walks vary from 5 - 16 miles and are graded from moderate to strenuous. Take this opportunity to discover more of the wonderful landscapes around Haltwhistle and beyond.
Alnwick Castle is the second largest inhabited castle in the UK; home to the Percy family for over 700 years and film location for Downton Abbey and Harry Potter's Hogwarts.
Named after the Inn in Harry Potter books, The three star Hog’s Head Inn is just a short drive from Alnwick Castle – or Hogwarts in JK Rowling’s tales of the boy wizard and his friends – and the famous Alnwick Gardens and Treehouse. Offering exceptionally good food, free Wi-Fi and plenty of parking, The Hog’s Head Inn is a brand new place to eat, drink, sleep and explore.
Following an extensive tour of The Counterfeit Sixties Show, the band are back and bigger than ever with The Counterfeit Seventies Show – so get your glad rags on and boogie on down!
Come and join us for a special late-night shopping event with music, tastings and free entry to the Cornmill.
Cosy, period style b&b in the centre of historic market town Hexham. Perfect for exploring Hadrian's Wall County.
Traditional House and Cottage with scenic views, luxuriously furnished and tranquil, near Brinkburn Priory in the Coquet Valley.
Quality Bed & Breakfast accommodation on a beautiful coastal spot overlooking Holy Island in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 7 warm and comfortable en-suite rooms which are independent of the farmhouse and have individual front doors.
New lounge with beautiful view of Holy Island.
The farm is an ideal base for walking, cycling, and exploring the local area.
Breakfasts are served in the Granary with plenty of fresh options and cooked breakfasts made to order using local produce. Enjoy homemade jams, local honey and Northumbrian bacon and sausages with delicious free range eggs.
The world's largest human landform sculpture, Northumberlandia is a landmark feature designed by world renowned artist Charles Jencks.
Michael Ayton teaches at Newcastle Explore. Prior to the Dyad Theatre Company’s Orlando, he’ll discuss how Virginia Woolf came to write this most unclassifiable of books.
Set in the grounds of Etal Manor, this church (designed by William Butterfield) was built 1856-58 by Lady Augusta FitzClarence as a burial place for her husband Lord Frederick (one of the illegitimate sons of King William IV ).
Hexham taxi and minibus company, offering airport and train station transfers, tours of Hadrian’s Wall and cycle and walker transfers.
Set in the picturesque coastal village of Beadnell, this ground floor, newly built 4 star self catering holiday home is perfectly designed for couples looking to retreat to the famous Northumberland countryside.
Just a stone’s throw from sandy beach of Beadnell Bay, this open plan, modern, detached property is perfect for that holiday by the sea. Accommodating up to 8 guests in comfort over 4 bedrooms, 5 Sandy Lane is perfectly suited for a group of friends or large family.
The Farne Islands are possibly the most exciting seabird colony in England with unrivalled views of 23 species, including around 37,000 pairs of puffin.
It's also home to a large grey seal colony, with more than 1,000 pups born every autumn.
Historically, the islands have strong links with Celtic Christianity and St Cuthbert, who lived here in the 7th Century.
Catch a boat from Seahouses ( non National Trust) - additional charge applies
Located just behind the peaceful, quiet loop comprising the tail end of Front Street, near the castle and set within a private and secluded gated complex, Castleside is one of the 3 houses forming part of the 'Crewe Courtyard Cottages' collection. It is a stunning newly converted Grade II listed property, and, as the name suggests, boasts unparalleled views of Bamburgh Castle.
The story of how engineers and innovators from the North East changed the world A rare chance to see gallantry medals and other memorial items from the New Hartley Disaster.
Join the Common Room team and their travelling Graft and Glory exhibition telling the story of how engineers and innovators from the North East changed the world at four Museums Northumberland venues this HODs.
The concept of ‘national’ cinema has increasingly been questioned across contemporary scholarship in a globalized era and the focus has shifted towards the concept of ‘transnational’ instead. When it comes to Palestinian cinema, a true transnational cinema, it is often referred to as ‘Palestinian Cinema’ and for instance Palestinian films have been recognized and nominated for the Academy Awards Oscars.
Part of the Heather House collection of properties situated just above Budle Bay, Goosander provides extremely comfortable living for up to 8 guests with fantastic panoramic views of Budle Bay and up the coast to Holy Island.
Homecooked, locally sourced food with a selection of fantastic local ales at our pub overlooking Houghton Castle in the heart of Northumberland.
Wonderful location on a family farm in Northumberland's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A choice of 3 traditional stone cottages and one newly built cottage, which allows wheelchair access. Within walking distance of beautiful beaches and village shop. Peaceful surroundings and private gardens. Multi-fuel stoves. Dogs by arrangement. Short breaks in low/mid season.
A warm and welcoming coaching inn at the gateway to the island of Lindisfarne offering a great value place to stay, eat and to explore from.
• Roaring fires and rustic charm make the perfect backdrop for delicious home-cooked food served all day.
• Ideal for golf enthusiasts with six courses including championship standard nearby.
• Close to St Oswald’s Way and St Cuthbert’s Way walking routes.
• Free Wi-Fi and function room.
In response to feedback from guests we have started an exciting new programme of events called “Physics in the Forest". These late night events take place in our new state-of-the-art Gillian Dickinson Astro-Imaging Academy and are designed for the guest that wants to learn that little bit more.
Our team of academic astronomers will engage and stimulate your understanding of some complex concepts, but don’t worry there is still some good old observing included and on the clearest nights we will be using the high tech instruments to probe the universe! Another specialist event we run is Astro Photography once a month on a Sunday for those who want to learn more about taking photographs of the night sky.
Situated in a quiet setting just behind Main Street in the heart of Seahouses, No1 The Old Bakery is part of a collection of 3 one bedroom properties converted from the former village bakery. Each property is perfect for couples looking to stay within the popular fishing village, with a host of activities on your doorstep, from trips to the Farne Islands, a walk along the golden sandy beach to Bamburgh, a spot of fishing or a round of golf.
The properties are on two floors, with bedroom and bathroom on the lower level, and kitchen, dining and living area on the first floor. Each property has its own covered car port outside the entrance door.
A charming two bedroom apartment in an ideal location, perfect for small family getaways or a holiday with friends. Seal Bay is positioned with an elevated view over Budle Bay (an area of outstanding natural beauty) where you can watch an ever changing scene evolving with the tides.
Horton Grange Country House Hotel is an elegant, grade - II listed Country House Hotel with 9 bedrooms, situated just 10 minutes from Newcastle City Centre, and with great access to rural Northumberland. We are open 365 days a year to both Residents, and non-residents for Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner.
Beautifully renovated farm building conversion offering luxury 5 star self catering accommodation for two in the heart of Hadrian's Wall Country.
Find out about an industry and a way of life that has vanished forever Woodhorn Colliery and the people who worked it were typical of a way of life that has vanished forever. So what was coal mining really like? Explore Coal Town, an engaging and interactive permanent exhibition. Through the eyes of the Ashington community, you’ll discover the true story of coal mining in Northumberland.
A welcoming and friendly stay awaits you in a tranquil and peaceful setting with scenic views near Hadrian's Wall.
The only boat licensed to land on Longstone Island plus unique access to tour the lighthouse Grace Darling's childhood home.
Can you find all the pumpkins that are hiding in the shadowy corners of Woodhorn Museum? Pick up your trail sheet at the Welcome Desk then explore the museum and colliery buildings to try and find all the hidden pumpkins.
This rally is for historic rally cars from 1970's and 1980's. It is the longest rally in UK totalling 300 miles in forest and 700 miles on public roads.
The Morpeth Farmers' Market is held on the 1st Saturday of the month in the Market Place. 09:00 - 15:00.
Stall enquiries: Neil Brown. Market Manager, Northumberland firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07909688174
A spacious property that has been refurbished to create fabulous self catering accommodation within Bamburgh Village. With five bedrooms, four bathrooms and wonderful views of the village, countryside and coast, Glenander makes a great choice for larger families and groups of friends.
Home cooked food using local produce, welcoming bar, restaurant and accommodation set in breath taking scenery.
Panoramic Views. Ten minutes drive to Alnwick. All on one level. Equipped with all the amenities required for a comfortable and relaxing stay.
Luxury Shepherd's Huts and B&B in an idyllic Northumbrian setting
Ponteland Market - first Sunday of every month. Fresh, seasonable fruit & vegetables. Northumbrian reared meat. Local artists, makers & producers.
Located on Beadnell’s Harbour Road, this freshly refurbished 4 star sea front self catering property has a light and airy beach house feel along with a lovely enclosed west facing garden to enjoy the sun.
Our 5* and 4* de luxe Gold Award holiday cottages are set in the heart of Northumberland National Park and Dark Skies area near Kielder Water and Hadrian's Wall. Greystead Old Church is an outstanding conversion of a Grade II listed Georgian church, while the early 19th century Coach House overlooks the superb Walled Garden and tennis court . Sleeps 8 & 6.
Grand Georgian country house B&B one mile from Bamburgh with afternoon teas, private garden, super-king beds & ample parking.
Isobel is a newly refurbished 4 star, 2 bedroom property showcasing traditional features with subtle modern updates to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
A wow-factor property with an interesting pedigree.
This lovely cottage is situated in the peaceful location of ‘old’ Seahouses and is nestled amongst the smokeries and traditional fisherman’s cottages. It is just a few metres to Seahouses Harbour with wonderful views stretching out to the Farne Islands and Bamburgh Castle.
Harbourside is a cosy two bedroomed cottage with breathtaking views overlooking Seahouses Harbour on the scenic Northumberland Coast.
The Kielder 4×4 Safari is an off road adventure driving your own 4x4 on the tracks and trails of Kielder Forest. Kielder 4×4 Safari is an event based in Northumberland, the event exists to raise money for Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team. Registered Charity 511313.
Old Farm is a 5 star self catering cottage situated in a stunning rural location between the A1 and the picturesque coastal village of Bamburgh.
Overlooking the glorious landscape of Edlingham Vale near Alnwick, this south-facing five bedroom farmhouse is a place where families and friends can retreat and enjoy some together-time amidst the rich tranquil beauty of the Northumbrian countryside.
Imagine a place where your idyllic wedding dreams can become a reality. Create a wedding package that is as unique and distinctive as you are.
Close to Hexham and Hadrian's Wall this unique property is fully accessible and provides the ideal country retreat for friends and family "get together's" with the added luxury of a sauna and hot-tub spa.
Lapwing Cottage is a part of a barn conversion located in a lovely position 250m from the beautiful Budle Bay and its beaches. The cottage is a cosy, single storey, 2 bedroom, stone building, beautifully furnished, and still retaining many original features, including exposed beams throughout.
In the heart of Northumberland, a medieval castle with stunning views of formal gardens and Cheviot Hills. Perfect for architectural and naturalist/historical enthusiast or anyone looking for an unforgettable holiday.
Lovely old vicarage on edge of Bamburgh village, renovated to high standard with private gardens and superb views.
One of the world's most extraordinary contemporary gardens.
Nestled in Ravenshill Forest, Kielder Village providing tranquillity amongst nature, accommodation comprises of barn conversion and lodge's with hot tubs.
Built in 1862 and set in 450 acres of peaceful park and woodland, the magnificent Georgian hotel has its own Championship golf course and spa, offering stunning views of the Cheviots and Northumberland countryside.
Built in 1844 by 2nd Lord Redesdale - architects J & B Green. Important estate church with strong links to the Mitford family.
Impressive excavated Roman town, walk down the high street and explore English Heritage's impressive museum of Roman finds.
Discover soothing entertainment of a medieval style, amidst the spectacular setting of one of Northumberland’s, as well as England’s, finest castles.
Celebrating 100 Years of Forestry 1919-2019, the Forestry Commission continues to protect and enhance the Nation's Forests for wellbeing, the future and the environment. There will be events throughout the year, including a weekend of special events on 10th - 12th May centred on the centenary celebrations and the annual Kielder Vintage and Classic Vehicle Show.
Big Forest Find
“There's usually way more life living in a forest than is noticeable at first glance!” - Join Michaela Strachan in the #BigForestFind and be part of shaping the nation’s forests for the next 100 years by recording the wildlife you discover when you visit Kielder.
Record what you can find on your next visit by downloading the free iNaturalist app → www.forestryengland.uk/bigforestfind
Tributes to Trees
Launched on Valentine’s Day, Tributes to Trees is a request for you to share stories, poems, letters or memories with us to show gratitude to the trees which sustain us.
Maybe it’s that tree you used to climb, taking you to a different place literally and metaphorically?
Maybe it’s those trees that have been given a second life to provide the sensory and tactile pleasures of a cricket bat, a wooden spoon, or a piece of furniture?
Carol Ann Duffy, the poet laureate, shares her Tribute to Trees with a poem created for our centenary. FOREST is a celebration of the endurance and life-cycle of the forest, reminding us of our place in the natural world and how trees sustain life on earth.
Find a video of Carol Ann Duffy reading FOREST and add your tribute to our gallery: forestryengland.uk/tributes
Discover the fascinating world of birds of prey and see spectacular displays with the team from Ridgeside Falconry. The popular and interactive flying displays take place at 12 noon and 2pm (weather dependent).
5 star luxury accommodation, furnished and equipped to the highest standard. Perfect for individuals, couples or families who enjoy quality accommodation. Ideal location for exploring Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. Open all year round.
Visitors, sometime from as far away as Australia and the USA have described the church in the visitors book as ‘impressive’ and ‘lovely; they admire the particular peaceful quality of the building.
Oil painting with a pallet knife and brush on wood, canvas or board.
Situated within 100 yards of the Beach, and with stunning rolling countryside, Sea Pink Cottage is a wonderfully appointed, newly decorated 4 star self catering property in an unbeatable location.
Eaves is a cozy, loft conversion, set within a former farm on the Northumbrian coast. Located just outside of High Newton the property boasts partial views of the sea and the grassed dunes that surround it, but venture out from the property and you will find yourself having the choice of 3 sandy bays to explore, all within a 10 minute walk from the front door.
6 brand new en-suite Guest Rooms in the Northumberland National Park and International Dark Sky Park.
Near Kielder and Observatory.
Organ recital. Free entry, refreshments to follow
Local theatre group Mixed Bag Theatre return following last year’s sell out show Below the Stones with a lighthearted look at the annual breast cancer charity event, the MoonWalk.
Market Place – Thursday Visitor enquiries: Morpeth TIC 01670 623455
Stall enquiries: Neil Brown. Market Manager, Northumberland email@example.com Tel: 07909688174
Friendly Village and Community Inn, serving great food and drink. Six high quality letting rooms. major refurbishment 2018.
Kielder ZipCoaster mimics the ups, downs, twists and turns of a rollercoaster and the free-flying sensation of a zip wire to give riders the ultimate experience.
In Summer 2019, Museums Northumberland is thrilled to be sharing some of Northumberland’s most extraordinary hidden stories with you. Over the past year we have been working closely with artist Matt Stokes to explore and reveal hidden stories from our unique Northumberland museum places, collections and people.
Hexham Tourist Information Centre is the best place to find information on Hadrian's Wall, attractions, events, eating out, accommodation, walks, and much more, for Tynedale, North East England and the rest of the country.
N1GOLF is the largest Golf Academy in Europe. We pride ourselves on providing a first class learning experience to golfers of all abilities within our Academies. With a team of highly experienced PGA Qualified Golf Coaches whose common passion is to help all of their golfers improve.
We are committed and passionate about improving your golf game. We take great care to create a fun and creative learning environment for our golfers whilst offering cutting edge solutions to ensure that we “Unleash the golfer within!”
N1GOLF Academies offer high quality golf coaching for everyone, no matter what your experience, age, sex, race or ability – We are here to help and make the experience enjoyable! All of our coaches are PGA qualified and receive regular training, tuition is offered at all of our venues 7 days a week, have a browse through the tuition section to find out more on how we can help you achieve your goals.
Longridge Towers is a Victorian building set in 80 acres of beautiful grounds, within easy access of the countryside and coast.
Comfortable, newly refurbished hotel in the quieter part of Seahouses, minutes from the harbour and beaches. Highly rated restaurant.
Self catering holiday agency based in Seahouses.
Have you ever tried driving an inflatable boat on land? Winter Bumpers are fun, bumpy, inflatable land boats that collide and bounce - fun for everyone! Each bumper accommodates one person who will be secured with a seatbelt to ensure you spin and bump away safely and securely.
Discover Wallington, much-loved home to generations of the unconventional Treveylan family and a magnificent estate where politics and play came together in the heart of Northumberland.
A place of holy simplicity, Corsenside Church was built to shelter St Cuthbert’s coffin more than a thousand years ago.
A unique exhibition reflecting the history and traditions of the North Tyne Valley and Redesdale, including Border Counties Railway, Border Reivers, farming, photography and mining, along with the New Carriages exhibition space and tea rooms
Hayloft is a converted sandstone farm building with traditional slate roof. Set in a peaceful, rural location the 5 star self catering cottage sleeps 3 people. Dogs welcome.
Paxton House, completed in 1763 is a fine example of neo-Palladian architecture. Stay with us for a relaxing break on the Northumberland borders.
Part of the Heather House collection of properties situated just above Budle Bay, Jackdaw provides extremely comfortable living for up to 6 guests with fantastic panoramic views of Budle Bay and up the coast to Holy Island. The newly constructed property has been purpose built for self catering accommodation and features spacious en-suite bedrooms, enclosed garden and a wonderful sandy beach just 250 yards from the back door.
Originally designed by John Dobson, a church with an interesting spire and Kempe Glass.
Book in confidence with holidaycottages.co.uk and choose from more than 15 wonderful self-catering holiday cottages across Northumberland.
Visit Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens, we have over one hundred species of animals including meerkats, coatis, wallaby and many more including our petting barn. Visitors can meet the keepers and learn about the animals and their habitats.
Goldfinch (formerly known as Claxton) is a spacious 3 bedroom property that is part of the collection of properties at Lucker Hall Steadings, positioned within the heart of Lucker Village. The property has been refurbished to an extremely high standard in the summer of 2015.
Morpeth Tourist Information Centre is housed in medieval splendour in the 13th Century Morpeth Chantry, famous Northumbrian Bagpipe Museum, and highly regarded Northumbrian Art and Crafts Centre. Music and Arts events are held throughout the year.
High standards and excellent facilities with the added warmth of a family-run hotel. Two fine restaurants. Close to beach.
The former village flour mill has been converted into comfortable and spacious holiday accommodation, the grade II listed building benefits from being set within peaceful surroundings in the heart of the village, but is still close to the tourist attractions and amenities.
Friars Farm is a 5 star self catering cottage located just outside the centre of Bamburgh but still within a short and easy walk of all the amenities, Bamburgh Castle and the beautiful beach that’s on offer.
Armstrong House is a wonderful holiday location for friends of the Abbeyfield Society. Overlooked by Bamburgh Castle it sits in the centre of the village, close to all amenities, pubs and the beach.
All room are ensuite with onsite parking
English Tourist Board 3 star rating
Check out our website at www.armstronghse.com
Hexham farmers market is the regional representative in the 'Best Market' category in the BBC Food and Farming Awards 2015...
Market Square – Thursday Visitor enquiries: Haltwhistle TIC: 01434 322002
The market is not currently running. For street trading opportunities contact Neil Brown, Market Manager, Northumberland firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07909688174
A newly renovated county bed and breakfast Close to famous Northumberland coast. Offering a quiet comfortable B&B with a contemporary twist.
Tranquil location, fantastic nature lovers paradise, close Northumbrian coast and Holy Island, log fires, gardens, campfire, homely green holiday destination.
Set in the North Pennines AONB, this cosy newly-built cottage is in a tranquil setting with stunning views.
Overlooking the River Tweed, Paxton House is a Georgian mansion set in 80 acres of woodland, gardens and parklands on the border of England and Scotland, 4 miles from Berwick upon Tweed.
Paxton House will open Friday 29th March to Sun 3rd November 2019.
Red Fox is a beautifully finished, ground floor 4 star self catering property set within Lucker, a small village 3 miles from Bamburgh. The property benefits from being set within peaceful surroundings, but still close to the tourist attractions and amenities. Red Fox can sleep up to 6 guests comfortably using the 3 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite.
Learn more about one of our unique collections on a free Spotlight Tour: The Pitmen Painters Enjoy a bite-size tour to introduce you to the inspirational story of the Ashington Group, also known as the Pitmen Painters.
Allen Banks and Staward Gorge was badly damaged during Storm Desmond and unfortunately, remains closed.
The damage resulted in many destabilising landslips, the uprooting of large trees, erosion to the river bank and the much loved wobbly bridge being washed away.
Arguably Northumberland’s most scenic site. With great views across rolling countryside towards the sea and Farne Islands and with Bamburgh Castle to the north and the Cheviot Hills to the west, Springhill’s camping/caravan site and wigwams
A cosy retreat nestled in the International Dark Sky Park. Formerly the waiting room & ticket office for the Border Counties Railway Line.
Visit this beautiful and rare Civil War Church. Opened in 1652 - it is the only parish church built under Cromwell. The church contains one of the earliest installations by Lutyens, a John Knox Renaissance pulpit, and panels from the 13thC Castle.
Guinea Fowl Cottage is a modern, one storey timber self catering property located at the ever popular Link House Farm.
Home cooked food using local produce, welcoming bar, restaurant and accommodation set in breath taking scenery
Northumbrian Water trout fisheries in the north east of England has built up a well deserved reputation for offering top quality fishing.
Northumberland International Dark Sky Park was unveiled in December 2013. At 572 square miles (1,483 square kilometres) it is also Europe’s largest area of protected night sky. Due to its pristine skies it was awarded gold tier designation by the International Dark Sky Association, making it officially the best place in England for people to go to enjoy the heavens.
Charming 4* cottage for a couple in lovely village, easily reached from Berwick and A1, - private parking, garden, pet friendly. WiFi
The Castle is scheduled to reopen April 2018.
Iconic Tudor Fort converted into an intimate holiday home in 1903 for Edward Hudson by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. With charming Gertrude Jekyll walled garden and stunning coastal views to Bamburgh and the Farne Islands - an unusual holiday home by the sea.
Please check our website for opening times and causeway safe crossing times http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lindisfarne-castle/
Our hand-picked portfolio of design-led and individual holiday cottages takes you on a journey throughout Northumberland from the rivers and hills of the border country, down through Northumberland's rolling countryside to the rocks, fishing villages and vast sandy stretches of its heritage coastline.
Cosy cottage & bunkhouse in the heart of Northumberland National Park. Peaceful surroundings & gorgeous views The Cheviot Hills.
The Redesdale Arms is known as the First and Last Inn situated just 12 miles south of the Scottish Border on the A68. It is an ideal base to explore the beautiful and diverse regions of Northumberland and the North East of England. You are guaranteed a warm welcome, lovely comfortable accommodation and great home cooked food.
Klezmer-ish is what happens when four classically trained musicians from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra let down their hair, explore a wide range of music from around the world, and fuse it all together in their own unique sound.
With views of the reservoir Kielder Waterside is the ideal base to recharge and refresh or take part in an action packed day of activities. The Boat Inn Restaurant and bar serves fresh new locally sourced menus throughout the day.
Cosy converted farm cottage in the heart of Hadrian's Wall. A short walk from the river bank in a picturesque countryside setting. Relax in the outdoor walled garden. Sleeps 4.
An excellent countryside Inn offering B&B accommodation, fine dining and real ales. Ideally situated for countryside activities.
A stone cottage in Fourstones near Hexham and Hadrian's Wall on the edge of the Northumberland National Park. Sleeps 4/5 and 2 dogs.
A Chapel of Ease built in 1786. Has a wonderful window commemorating the work people who died while the Catcleugh dam was built from 1894-1905.
The ideal destination for romantic getaways in the countryside.
Breaks for 2 offer couples the chance to swap the stresses of everyday life for a relaxing, rural retreat.
Join us as we combine the historical importance of Alnwick Castle with the wonderful magical world of Harry Potter. Every Tuesday and Wednesday.
Cragside, National Trust, has two beautiful holiday cottages to let in the heart of Northumberland.
With your own private entrance you can enjoy the estate when everyone else has gone home. Each cottage sleeps 6 with beautifully furnished rooms, the bedrooms all have amazing views of the gardens or countryside. Free entry to the house, gardens and estate for holiday cottage guests.
Now in its third year of touring to sell-out crowds nationwide the hugely popular Stars of Irish Country Show returns for another night of toe-tapping and hand clapping Country Magic!
Situated within 100 yards of the Beach, and with stunning rolling countryside all around, Cornflower Cottage, brand new as of November 2011, is a wonderfully appointed 4 star self catering property in a location that is hard to beat…
Welcome to Hesleyside Shepherds Huts, luxury camping within the breath-taking grounds of historic Hesleyside Hall and in the heart of the Northumberland National Park and in the Dark Sky reserve.
Nestled in their own oak copse in the private parkland of Hesleyside, our Shepherds huts are cleverly designed and beautifully decorated providing 5 star comfort and luxury alongside unprecedented access to the surrounding natural beauty of the Estate.
Prices from £80 night.
Berwick's town walls are its most famous piece of architecture and still stand strong today, hundreds of years after they were built by Queen Elizabeth to keep out the invading Scots.
An accessible, public astronomical observatory offering talks, activities, drop in sessions, stargazing and Astro courses to suit anyone from the absolute beginner to the professional.
Discover Castle Vale Park and Coronation Park on either side of the railway station, where recent investment from Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery has reinvigorated these two little gems.
Morpeth Christmas Light Switch on 2019! Following the success of last years Christmas event, Sanderson Arcade have teamed up again with Morpeth Town Council to switch the towns lights on. With a full Christmas market - live stage - firework display and more its the great event to get you into the festive spirit!
For 2020, Woodhorn Museum's open art exhibition invites artists and audiences to explore and share what makes Northumberland magical. Northumberland’s magic might be found in it’s landscapes, light, local legends or lore of the land.
Build a shelter, light a fire, cook a meal, make something to take away. You’ll need to build a shelter, your own den in the woods. You’re going to eat so you’ll build and light your own camp fire (but no matches!). You’ll cook your food and then sitting round the fire you can have a go at making an elder-wood pea-shooter. Eat before you arrive and bring your own food to BBQ over your fire. The activity leader, Bruce Ferguson, is qualified through the Institute for Outdoor Learning to teach bushcrafts to groups and has been involved in bushcrafts and teaching woodland skills for over 30 years. All our leaders are DBS checked.
We dare you to visit Whitehouse Farm Centre from 26th October until 1st November 2019 for our hair raising Halloween Spooktacular Event! Every day in the Ghostly Grim Grotto budding witches & wizards can cast a spell at Magic Merlin’s School & join in the Halloween themed games with prizes to be won. Your little beasties can come in Fancy Dress and enter the Fancy Dress Competition & you could win a gift voucher for best costume!
This cozy two-bed roomed cottage is a perfect base for couples or families with small children wanting to explore Northumberland.
International singer/songwriter Isla Grant returns to The Maltings once again with her new tour The Yellow Rose Tour.
Stunningly situated in the North Pennines AONB. We offer comfortable modern rooms and far reaching views on our working livestock farm.
This stunning detached 4 star self catering holiday home is set in the peaceful countryside location of Dukesfield, 1 mile from the village of Bamburgh and all of its local amenities.
Set literally within the dunes of Budle Bay sands, Brent Goose is the perfect 4 star getaway for those looking for some tranquillity by the sea. With a privately owned sandy beach for all guests to enjoy, you can sit at peace within an area of outstanding natural beauty and watch the day go by and not see another soul.
Kirkharle Lake and Courtyard is home to a coffee house and a range of unique arts and crafts workshops, individual shops and galleries, all set in a historic farm courtyard.
Beach Cottage in Spittal, near Berwick, is a fantastic ground floor cottage with amazing views of the sea front.
The Granary is an outstanding, light and spacious farmhouse style cottage with beautiful landscaped gardens enclosed by stone walls. The Granary has only just been refurbished to a very high standard and offers guests a luxurious place to stay with plenty of space and lots of lovely features including exposed beams and a real open fire. It is also ideally situated less than a mile away from Bamburgh village so both beach and shops are within easy reach.
This magical small home stands in the heart of nature on our award-winning, environmentally friendly farm.
Beautiful ancient church with fabulous stained glass.
A magical ‘Hobbit Style’ dog friendly Glamping Lodge with 2 bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen. Secluded with magnificent views only 17 miles from Kielder.
Our new lodges have comfortable interiors; the generous open-plan living space with uninterrupted sea and countryside views
If you are visiting the north of England and looking for adventure, then you have come to the right place.
North East Guides delivers outdoor activity packages in various locations around the area, all designed to make the most of your stay, and give you a positive outdoor experience.
Cosy pet friendly Gold graded cottage for 2 in the conservation village of Norham, near river Tweed, shops, pubs & Norham Castle
Discover North East England in style with Northumberland campervan hire. Sleeping 2-4, collection from Alnmouth Train Station on East Coast mainline route.
The Anchorage is a late 18th century town house in the town centre. The house has just been fully renovated, all rooms are en-suite. Special winter rates for stays of more than 3 nights.
Gloriously glamorous shepherds huts in a beautiful and private rural setting in the heart of Northumberland National Park and next to Kielder Water.
A short drive to Kielder Observatory for stargazing, or a step outside your PoSHHut and you're in a natural paradise!
We are thrilled to announce the launch of Neville Tower, part of Northumberland’s iconic Bamburgh Castle and one of the most unique holiday homes to be launched on the Northumberland Coast for many years.
The Tower, which has spacious accommodation over three floors, has been fully renovated to a high standard throughout and sits within the walls of Bamburgh Castle, moments from Bamburgh's stunning beach. The highlight is the impressive top floor living area with incredible far-reaching views to the north and south over Bamburgh beach, the Farne Islands and Holy Island.
Free WiFi at all Border Holiday Homes's properties. Mill Wharf is a 3rd floor Gold apartment with lift to door. Part of a converted historic granary with stunning views over the harbour and Tweed estuary. Luxury and comfort for 2 people and secure car parking. Friday or Monday start.
Join us for our first Wedding Showcase at St. Mary's Inn! September 28th from 12-3pm. Tour our rustic spaces, outdoor terrace, sample our canapes and try a cocktail on arrival! Our wedding team will be on site to help you answer any questions you may have!
A charming stone built cottage beautifully set in the heart of the unspoilt Northumbrian countryside, Spindlestone cottage is comfortable, full of old charm and surrounded by sprawling gardens.
Two romantic cottages with four poster beds, situated in the idyllic Vale of Whittingham, on the fringe of Northumberland National Park, and close to Alnwick and the stunning beaches and iconic castles of the Northumbrian Coast.
Set literally within the dunes of Budle Bay sands, Godwit is the perfect 4 star self catering getaway for those looking for some tranquillity by the sea. With a privately owned sandy beach for all guests to enjoy, you can sit at peace within an area of outstanding natural beauty and watch the day go by and not see another soul.
From the award-winning creators of Jane Eyre: An Autobiography, I, Elizabeth, The Time Machine, Female Gothic, Austen’s Women and Dalloway comes the latest smash-hit, Orlando.
Now a grade II listed building, Corsenside Church was built to shelter St Cuthbert's coffin over 1000 years ago.
A peaceful retreat in a beautiful location on the Northumberland Coast; offering affordable accommodation suitable for groups, cyclists and walkers.
Located in the picturesque and historic village of Warkworth, the Garden Apartment is open plan studio style, contemporarily decorated and incorporating a comfortable sitting area, well equipped kitchenette and wet room style bathroom.
Sexual intrigue, jealousy, wit, anger… and retribution! The new Royal Opera Season begins with Mozart’s engaging masterpiece.
A perfect country setting for happy family get-togethers or special time with friends. A beautifully presented 4 bedroom period property comprising the west wing of an elegant Grade II listed house. River views, superb fishing & walking, billiard room, Wifi.
Delightful Edwardian Villa, tastefully furnished. Private Parking; quietly situated in a leafy suburb of Alnwick. Just 10 min walk to town centre, Alnwick Castle, Garden and local amenities.
In his lecture, Roger will trace the development of Soviet cinema in the ideological thaw that followed Nikita Kruschev’s denunciation of Stalin in Feb 1956. That thaw saw a relaxation of repression and censorship enabling filmmakers to reject the state-ordained tropes of ‘socialist realism’ –with its celebration of Soviet ideals above all else - which had dominated and stifled Soviet culture theretofore; this heralded something of a renaissance in the nation’s filmmaking.
St. Cuthbert’s Cave is an overhanging outcrop of Sandstone rock, supported by an isolated pillar of stone. It is reputed that the monks of Lindisfarne brought St. Cuthbert’s body to this place in AD875 following Viking raids on the Island
A lovely location within Lucker Village, set next to Waren Burn, Pippin Cottage is secluded with picturesque surroundings. The property is equipped and designed with self catering in mind to create a comfortable stay for all guests, with a great range of facilities.
A former 18th Century Coaching Inn, Eals Lodge is now a 4 star bed & breakfast set within the Northumberland National Park.
A beautiful Georgian Town House, located on the ancient Elizabethan town walls with stunning views over the River Tweed. 5 Star Gold awarded accommodation.
Now in it's 10th year, the Kielder Marathon weekend offers up something for all the family. A 10K and Duathlon on the Saturday and a Half Marathon, Marathon and Junior Races on the Sunday. Welcomes over 3500 competitors over the 2 days, with many familiar famous faces!
Located in the heart of Beadnell, The Cottage is one of the oldest dwellings within the village. Old world features and charm mix with contemporary 4 star modern comforts to create a wonderful base for a break.
Opened in 2014, St. Mary's Inn is a pub in Morpeth with tradition at its heart - whether you eat, drink or stay!
Sailings daily from Seahouses with a choice of half & full day landing trips, Grey Seal Cruise and sailings to Lindisfarne.
The Treehouse is the largest wooden structure in Europe. Built 18m above ground, dining for up to 85 guests, this is an extraordinary venue.
Tarset Tor Bunkhouse and Bothies are located in the Northumberland National Park. Offering versatile, eco-friendly, self-catering accommodation.
Situated close to the heart of Seahouses this 4 star self catering provides fantastic views of the harbour and the not too distant Farne Islands. Every bedroom has a view of the sea, but the sights are best enjoyed on the furnished balcony, relaxing and enjoying the surrounding environment.
Journeymen is a touring exhibition, taking place across the North East from September 2019 – February 2020. The tour begins at Hirst Park Pavilion, Ashington, on Friday 20 September and the exhibition is visiting; Blyth in October, Newbiggin in November and Newcastle in January and February 2020. Commissioned by Museum Northumberland bait, the exhibition is a collection of work from five groups of men, and young boys, who have come together, to share their own unique journeys in South East Northumberland.
A beautiful ancient church set in a large rural churchyard, an ideal place for quiet meditation.
Berwick is the most Northerly town in England, famous for its Elizabethan Walls, three iconic bridges, thriving culture scene, wildlife and beaches.
Converted with those with mobility issues in mind, this three bedroomed English Heritage cottage has its own gardens overlooking Lindisfarne Castle.
Chatton Park House Adult Only is an multi award winning luxury Northumberland estate, offering 5 star accommodation in its own grounds.
Set in the midst of the North Pennine Moors, The Lord Crewe Arms is the very epitome of a countryside escape.
Janice invites you to stay in her spacious recently refurbished home by the water's edge of the beautiful Aln Estuary. Combining superior accommodation with superb value. Our dining-room and 1st floor guest lounge have panoramic views.
A comfortable and elegant self-catering cottage in the village of Ovingham on the banks of the River Tyne near Hexham.
Charming village Bed and Breakfast within easy access of the key sites of Hadrian's Wall and the Tyne valleys.
Eastwoods park lies on the eastern edge of Prudhoe, or West Wylam, and was originally known as the West Wylam Welfare. The park has two play areas, football pitches, a cricket strip and pavilions.
Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble – Whitehouse Farm Centre has something Spooky brewing this Half Term………… Have a Spooktacular Halloween and treat yourself to a ghoulish Afternoon Tea.
Morpeth Food and Drink Festival is an annual celebration of local food and drink held in the centre of Morpeth, Northumberland. It is a not-for-profit community event organised by a select committee of local partners led by Sanderson Arcade.
Formerly the Convent of Mercy, this historical building offers all the home comforts with an added little bit of unexpected cookie-ness.
Hemscott Hill Farm sits right on the coast at beautiful Druridge Bay. We have a number of accommodation options including Poppy Cottage, a dog and family friendly cosy cottage that sleeps 4 and in the summer holidays we also offer Glamping in our Bell Tents and Shepherd's Hut as well as Wild Camping by the beach for hardier souls.
Sanderson Arcade is a shopping centre in Morpeth. Located in the heart of Morpeth town centre, the Arcade blends into the beauty of a traditional English Market town with all the major high street names our shoppers love. It’s just a few minutes’ drive from the A1 off the A197 exit.
High Street Stores Include: Marks and Spencer, Next, Laura Ashley, Waterstones, Monsoon, Crew Clothing and many more!
Fourteenth-century castle restored to a magnificent and comfortable hotel. Thirty minutes from Newcastle and 40 minutes from Newcastle Airport.
With just 15 van-sites available, you can be sure of a relaxing and quiet stay within the walled garden at Paxton House.
Enjoy a peaceful break in our spacious, warm, well-equipped 4* and 5* cottages in unspoilt countryside near beaches, walking and cycling routes. Each cottage has private garden. Many cottages walking distance from beach. Also The Ducket, our beautiful 5* 18th century stone tower overlooking Holy Island. Free wifi in all accommodation. Stargazing observatory and extra telescopes available at no extra charge, plus children's play area, canoe and bird watching hide. 3 cottages are dog friendly.
Amble Harbour – Sunday. Stall enquiries: 07783167517.
Holiday accommodation nestled in The Coquet Valley. The perfect, peaceful country escape.
Mill House is a beautiful 16th century cottage, nestled by the river Coquet, providing a tranquil and stunning place to escape.
Spectacular views come as standard with this 3rd floor (lift provided!) penthouse apartment. Towering over picturesque Budle Bay, No8 The Maltings is open plan with a light and airy feel with a modern, well appointed finish.
Exceptional selection of charming 5 star Award Winning cottages, quietly situated in the heart of the Northumbrian countryside, and National Park offering true peace and tranquillity and an ideal location for exploring Coast and Country.
Herding Hill Farm is an award-winning, 5-star touring, camping & glamping site with hot tubs, just 1 mile from Hadrian's Wall.
Spend an evening at the Kielder Observatory with a team of experienced astronomers and we will share with you the wonders of the Universe. We are located in the heart of the Dark Sky Park and our fantastic telescopes are available for the
Located amidst beautiful farmland in a peaceful corner of a private country estate, Keeper's Cottage and Lemmington Lodge are the ultimate retreats for those looking to get away from it all.
The Duke of Wellington Inn is nestled in the Tyne valleys village of Newton just off the A69 near Corbridge, within easy access to Newcastle, Hadrian’s Wall Country, Hexham and Northumberland’s National Park.
Great views come accompanied with peaceful surroundings at Island’s View. This 3 bedroom property is set within a stone’s throw of Seahouses Harbour, with the top floor boasting some amazing sights of the coastline and Farne Islands.
Calico Barn is a beautifully renovated barn into an 18 bed bunkhouse with 5 bedrooms (2 Twin Rooms, 2 Family Rooms (4 beds) and 1 Mixed Dorm (6 Beds)
We cater especially to cyclists and walkers with a drying room and secure bike storage and to groups for exclusive use.
Gloriously rural, Crookhouse Mill is a fantastic barn conversion with breathtaking views over the Northumberland National Park.
Created by internationally acclaimed American artist James Turrell, the Kielder Skyspace is a sculptural artwork at the Cat Cairn viewpoint where the artist manipulates our normal perceptions of light and space.
Kielder Water & Forest park's rugged wilderness is MTB heaven. Experience some of the best singletrack trails in the UK with breathtaking views.
Set in the picturesque coastal village of Beadnell, This ground floor, 4 star newly built holiday home is perfectly designed for couples looking to retreat to the famous Northumberland countryside.
After the sell-out performance of Swan Lake last year and The Nutcracker the year before, Russian National Ballet returns to the Maltings to enchant you with another delightful production of The Nutcracker!
Corbridge Tourist Information Centre is full with information on Hadrian's Wall, attractions, events, eating out, accommodation, walks, and much more, for Tynedale, North East England and the rest of the country. we have a range of maps and books for sale.
Within yards of the dunes and golden sands of Beadnell Bay, Old Barn is a 4 star self catering property with comfort and character, retaining some of the traditional features and layout of the original farm building whilst providing spacious and practical accommodation.
Sandy Bay Holiday Park gives you everything the name suggests! Enjoy a family holiday of beach walks and building sandcastles.
The detached bungalow is tucked away within a peaceful walled garden. Nightingale Cottage offers charm and seclusion yet is within yards of Alnwick Castle and Gardens. The town centre is within easy walking distance.
A two acre 12 van touring site close to Holy Island on a 600 acre working beef and arable farm
The unique, pure-bred survivors of the ancient wild white cattle which once roamed the forests of Britain.
Wildlife, birdwatching, photography and dark skies experiences, holidays and tuition with an enthusiastic friendly leader with an intimate knowledge of Northumberland, the North Pennines and the Scottish Borders
Delve a little further with a tour of The Grand Cascade and Pump Room. Learn how this magnificent structure pumps huge quantities of water every minute allowing you to enjoy the water displays. Ask a member of staff on the day to book and find out more information or book in advance.
A charming countryside Inn offering comfortable accommodation, high quality delicious home cooked food, real ales and fine wines close to Hadrian's Wall.
NWT commissioned JBA Consulting to survey both the ecology and hydrology of our East Chevington Nature Reserve and develop proposals to improve the site.
Stunning setting on banks of Tweed and lovely building.
Fairways is situated on Kings Field at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on arguably one of the best sites on the development, the villa has every amenity to make your stay enjoyable. It is clean, light and modern, furnished and equipped to a high standard.
Please Note :- Kielder Belvedere is currently closed for maintenance
Kielder Belvedere was Kielder's first architectural commission. Winner of the Stephen Lawrence Prize in 2000 as well as RIBA and Civic Trust awards this unusual shelter is open to visitors at all times of the year
In Summer 2019, Museums Northumberland is thrilled to be sharing some of Northumberland’s most extraordinary hidden stories with you. Over the past year we have been working closely with artist Matt Stokes to explore and reveal hidden stories from our unique Northumberland museum places, collections and people.
Hollyhocks is a comfortable, homely Edwardian end terrace two bedroomed house situated in the historic and picturesque market town of Alnwick. The house is an excellent base to explore Alnwick town, the beautiful beaches, castles and islands (Lindisfarne and Farne Islands) of the Northumberland Coast along with bird watching in Druiridge Bay and inland to the magnificent Northumberland National Park.
Come and join us for the morning; we’ll talk to you about our project and take you out into the forest to look for signs of our recently released water voles. Meet at Kielder Castle under the arch, car parking is up the hill past the toilet block and cycle hire centre. There is a charge for car parking. We’ll have an informal chat for half an hour or so inside the castle before heading out into the forest.
The landscape around Kielder Water & Forest Park has become home to a unique collection of visual art and architecture.
An 18thC Inn, formerly a farmhouse, in the heart of rural Northumberland close to the Roman Wall, Kielder Water and North Tyne Valley.
Luxury lodges on the lakeside of Kielder Water boast panoramic views stretching over the lake and forest.
The family event is planned to run from 1pm till 7pm on the main section of Station Road. The event will include musical performances, children’s fairground rides, face painting and costumed characters with a promise from Father Christmas to visit Ashington as part of his very busy Christmas schedule!
Kielder Castle is the visitor centre for Kielder Forest. Features include information centre, tearoom and exhibitions about forestry and conservation. Bike hire available.
Myths and legends are uncovered alongside gruesome scientific fact and history. The Poison Garden features many plants grown unwittingly in back gardens, and which can be found in the British countryside. How much do you know about the plants you grow? Do you dare to enter?
Country Park with open meadows, pleasant woodland and river walks. Visitor centre with displays and sales of books, maps and gifts, cafe and children's play area.
Laura Macdonald is one of the U.K’s most prominent women in Jazz. She began playing alto saxophone at the age of sixteen.
Outstanding five star beach front caravan holiday park in the coastal village of Cresswell just 30 minutes north of Newcastle upon Tyne. Luxury caravan hire available for families and couples alike. Miles of beaches on the doorstep, close to Druridge Bay and the market towns of Morpeth, Amble and Alnwick.
Spindlestone House is a charming detached property hidden in the countryside just less than a mile away from beautiful Budle Bay. Set within a traditional English garden, you can hear the soothing sound of Budle Burn as it runs past the property.
Kielder Observatory is an astronomical attraction at Kielder Water & Forest Park run by the Kielder Observatory Astronomical Society. Please visit www.kielderobservatory.org for all event bookings.
Felmoor Holiday Park set in 40 acres of outstanding Northumberland woodland.
Perfect for visiting groups, 37 people can stay within the English Heritage Bunkhouse with 7 bedrooms, large kitchen and dining room.
Each cottage has it's own unique character and all are appointed to an extremely high standard to ensure your stay in Northumberland is as comfortable as possible. Cots and highchairs are available for any cottage. All cottages have access to WiFi.
The Joiners Arms is your very own village inn; a haven for lovers of fresh, locally sourced food served up with a contemporary flourish and drinkers of all tastes.
Druridge Bay Country Park includes three miles of beautiful beach and sand dunes, as well as a 100 acre lake surrounded by woods and meadows. The variety in the landscape and pleasant coastal environment ensures you of an enjoyable visit.
The Roxburgh is family owned and ran by Eileen and Jimmy Calder.Situated by the beach in the Spittal area of historic Berwick-upon-Tweed, the Roxburgh is a delightful bed and breakfast ideal for exploring the unspoilt coastline. The picturesque towns and villages of Northumberland are the perfect places to explore or relax.All our rooms are comfortable and spacious, and come complete with satellite TV, tea/coffee and a hair dryer.A hearty breakfast is included in your stay, and special diets can be catered for (please inform us in advance).Walkers and cyclists are welcome!
Our BBC Question Time style debate will address issues head-on that affect everybody and, if action is not taken now, will have a devastating effect on humanity. The discussion will be based around topics that affect everybody in a number of ways:
The Hides are located in the North Sunderland area of Seahouses, opposite St Pauls Church. Alnwick is 15 miles away and Berwick Upon Tweed 25 miles away.
Over the last year strange things have been happening on the farm at night... Some say they have seen Monk-like figures with Satanic red eyes wandering the fields, some have heard screams, others are too afraid to even say what they have seen.
One thing is for certain...everyone is terrified of being on the farm at night. For 13 nights this Halloween we will be opening our doors to give you the ultimate scare... if you dare! Booking is essential - this event is normally a sell-out. www.brocksbushes.co.uk Please note, the event is an indoor and outdoor event so appropriate footwear is advised. Not suitable for children under the age of 12.
Weekly craft fair in the cloisters porch at Hexham Abbey. Bringing together local traders from around the Tyne valley to showcase their hand made gifts and high quality products.
"The course of true love never did run smooth." A feuding fairy King and Queen of the forest cross paths with four runaway lovers and a troupe of actors trying to rehearse a play.
Six cottages tastefully furnished on riverside farm. Hard surface tennis court, fishing on River Tweed, beautiful walks. Three miles to town centre, 6 miles to beautiful beaches.
Greenleaf is situated in the heart of Bamburgh village. A 4 star, two bedroom property, sleeping up to 6 guests Greenleaf has been recently refurbished and now includes all the modern conveniences to make your stay relaxing and memorable.
Boat Inn - Evening meals booking advised. Due to it's waterside setting, your dining experience at The Boat Inn will be accompanied by panoramic views across the water. We have a full range of hot and cold food served daily where you can enjoy Kielder's beauty in comfortable surroundings.
Layside is a boutique new B&B offering high quality accommodation with a unique and unrivalled view of Hadrian's Wall and the surrounding countryside.
Airbox provides the ultimate trampolining experience for children and adults alike.
Our venue is full of interconnected trampolines, angled walls, roll-over platforms, slamdunk basketball nets, trick airbags, foam pits, battle-beams, cardio wall, Ninja area, party rooms, and even our Box Café serving hot and cold refreshments and food.
We also have our mini area with soft play and mini trampolines for under 5’s!
Not only will you have heaps of fun, you’ll get fit and active at the same time!
Tea by the Sea, meet up with friends for an afternoon enjoying the stunning views over the bay while having...Afternoon Tea.
In his lecture, Martin will explore the evolution of sound in American cinema, spanning a period from the 1970s through to the present day. Taxi Driver, one of the great American films, was written by Paul Schrader, who based it on his own personal struggles with insomnia and depression; he insisted that the relatively-unknowns Martin Scorsese and Robert de Niro direct and lead respectively, because he was so impressed with Scorsese/de Niro's Mean Streets (1973).
A stunning 4 star coastal self catering cottage set in an idyllic rural location and overlooking the beautiful Budle Bay. One mile from Bamburgh, Budle Newtown is very secluded and peacefully set within tumbling farmland. Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms.
Westfield Farmhouse offers comfortable bedroom accommodation and a traditional AGA cooked farmhouse breakfast. Situated on Cycle route 1, cycle storage is available. Ideal base to explore North Northumberland Coast.
Explore the fascinating ruins, marvel at the longest stretch of Hadrian's Wall and rest your legs in the Tearoom.
Seahouses Tourist Information Centre offers information on boat trips to see the breeding birds and seal colonies on the Farne Islands, events, attractions (and discounted tickets), activities, eating out and accommodation.
Already established as a stage actor, Jeanne Moreau had her film career break with Louis Malle's suspenseful first feature, Lift to the Scaffold (1958). In François Truffaut's Jules et Jim (1961) Moreau redefined femininity as carefree and unconventional leading character Catherine, and became a style icon for the French New Wave.
Godetia is a newly decorated, detached bungalow in the coastal fishing village of Seahouses, and set within a 2 minute walk of the village centre. A large enclosed garden with patio furniture, great for sitting out on a sunny day, and peace of mind when holidaying with children.
Norman church in centre of village. Lovely old stone, with some interesting memorials. A place of peace and quiet - the churchyard is beautiful when the spring bulbs are out.
Alnwick Food Festival is back on the 21st and 22nd September. After a fantastic 2018 event we will be bringing back the popular Kidz Zone format. Totally excited to announce what we have planned! Stay tuned.
Award-winning band The Bluejays are back! Featuring stars of Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, Dreamboats & Petticoats and Million Dollar Quartet, this "Immense...faultless...fantastic band" (Yorkshire Times) take you on a jiving journey through the fabulous fifties.
An introduction to the basics for survival with top northern bushcraft teacher, Bruce Ferguson, with over 30 years bushcraft experience: shelter, fire, food and water.
11am – 12.30pm, daily during Weekends and Northumberland school holidays. Create your own insect for our curious cabinet. Today we are facing a huge decline of insect species across the world. Insects play an important role in our ecosystems, from feeding us to cleaning up waste. Ecology is always changing, but sometimes human activity makes it change very quickly.
The way we live, use energy and farm our food all impacts on the natural world. Listen to the sounds you can hear in Matt Stokes’ sound installation ‘Beyond the Field’ and imagine what kind of curious insects might be making those sounds. Join our Customer Hosts between 11am and 12.30pm to create your own insect.
Canine Cottages offers over 50 dog-friendly cottages across Northumberland - some of our properties also welcome multiple dogs.
Steward's Cottage is one of six stone built cottages in the Bamburgh First Adderstone collection. A classy 5 star self catering cottage for which our interior designer has created a chic, modern and contemporary feel.
Housesteads takes you back 2000 years. Spectacular views, modern and insightful museum and stunning ruins.
Farmhouse breakfasts using locally sourced produce including our own free-range eggs, comfortable accommodation, a warm welcome will be our recipe for a relaxing stay at Kellah Farm.
Centrally located and a perfect base to explore Northumberland and the coast, camping, restaurant and bar.
Omar Afif and Gnawa Trance Fusion: Omar Afif leads this fusion of Moroccan Gnawa music with blues, afrobeat/funk and jazz in a meeting of celebration, praise and healing. Gnawa music has a well-preserved heritage of ritual poetry with traditional music and dancing.
Set on the outskirts of the Northumberland National Park and 400 meters away from the picturesque market town of Wooler, this Youth Hostel is the ideal location for individuals, families and groups. Stay in our homely hostel with en-suite or shared rooms, or try one of our unique and fully-equipped Shepherd's Huts.
Fully accessible, comfortable Scandanavian lodges set in the beautiful Kielder Water & Forest Park and close to the tranquil shores of Kielder Water. Activities and home cooked meals are also available.
Barn conversions, banking the North Tyne river, in a central location, 5 mins from Kielder Water, a short drive to Kielder Observatory and in the Heart of Europe's largest Gold award winning Dark Skies Park. 30 mins from Hadrians Wall, 1hr from Alnwick Castle and Gardens and 1hr 30 mins from the beautiful Bamburgh and the Northumberland coastline.
The caravan park is a perfect base to enjoy your visit to Kielder Water & Forest Park.
Join Andy and Margaret for a lively evening of music and songs from Northumberland and beyond.
Pegasus Cottage is a delightful 3 star self catering cottage dating back to 1823, recently renovated with exposed stone walls and beams, situated in a prime location adjacent to the harbour with outstanding village, sea and harbour views.
Located within the picturesque coastal village of Beadnell, this first floor, newly built 4 star holiday home is perfectly designed for couples looking to retreat to the famous Northumberland coast and countryside.
Nestled gently on the edge of the sand dunes on one of the most captivating stretches of Northumberland coastline, Sandhills will evoke nostalgic memories of fresh salty air, long sandy walks and incredible sunsets.
The overall look is of a fresh, light filled beach house in a charming chalet style. The living space has timeless appeal, finished in cool coastal colours to blend with the surrounding seascape. Outside, the garden leads directly onto the sand dunes and over onto the stunning curve of wide golden sands with Bamburgh Castle as the breathtaking backdrop.
Experience the serenity of Lindisfarne Priory, cut off from the world on the beautiful Holy Island. Take in panoramic views of the Northumbrian coast, unpack a picnic in the priory grounds, and take a break from the hustle and bustle of life.
Brunton House and Holiday Cottages are beautifully positioned midway between Alnwick and Bamburgh in Northumberland, close to the Heritage Coast. They are set on an organic farm in the middle of the 2,500 acre Fallodon Estate, next to an old water mill and overlooking a burn and lake, with views towards the sea and Beadnell Bay.
No 1, Twin Palms is a 5 star detached self catering property in a peaceful setting within the fishing village of Seahouses with balcony views across the rolling countryside to the sea.
The Pavilion is a light and contemporary space with glass walls looking over the breath-taking panoramic views of the garden and The Grand Cascade.
An elegant Victorian house with beautiful terraced garden. Spacious and tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms.
Zog is the new activity trail for families to enjoy at Kielder Castle in 2019. Launched on 11 January, the trail follows the premiere of the animated special from Magic Light Pictures, on BBC One during Christmas 2018.
Eshott Hall is a truly elegant Georgian country house which offers luxurious and stylish guest accommodation.
Pebble Cottage is a newly refurbished 4 star self catering property benefitting from a modern, stylish interior. Located within a 2 minute walk of Seahouses Harbour with its fabulous views across to the Farne Islands (boat trips available) and also just 2 minutes from t
The Old Farmhouse is located on a 600 acre hill farm in the Northumberland National park in Hadrian's Wall country, offering self catering in this cosy barn conversion.
Blyth Market Place – Wednesday (flea market), Friday & Saturday Visitor enquiries: Morpeth TIC 01670 623455
Stall enquiries: Neil Brown, Market Manager, Northumberland email@example.com Tel: 07909688174
Dairy Cottage is a 5star self catering property situated in a converted sandstone farm building with a traditional slate roof. The cottage is a deceptively large luxury holiday cottage on one level.
New 5-bedroom bed and breakfast perfectly placed for Hadrian's Wall and Pennine Way long distance paths and wonderful Roman history.
Bertie's of Otterburn is a Luxury Boutique Guesthouse based in the heart of Otterburn, Northumberland.
This one day tutored course in collage will show you how to turn your ideas into creative designs using readily available materials such as magazines, newspaper, gift wrap and photographs. Please bring along a photograph of any landscape or wildlife that you might find inspiring. Equipment and materials will be supplied and all abilities are welcome. Adults only. Lunch not provided.
Ferrysyde is a spacious 3 storey Edwardian house located next to the beach with each room having stunning estuary views.
Few acts manage to attract a wider no-folk audience and please traditionalists at the same time.
Situated across from the cobbled old Marcket Place in the old historic coaching town of Belford, our three holiday homes offer luxury self catering accomodation in the heart of North Northumberland.
Converted and renovated to a high standard from what once was Barclays Bank, built in 1880, guests are provided with a choice of three, two bedroom updated individual holiday homes, all furnished and equipped to give guests modern luxury but still with a homely feel.
Belford is the ideal base for exploring and relaxing in Northumbria with excellant road and rail links for forays into Scotland and Tyneside.
This workshop covers the owls of the UK, their identification, biology and ecology followed by a session on owl pellet dissection where we will learn how to identify and record the contents of a pellet. Bring a notebook and pen if you have one. Equipment and guidebooks provided.
NOW OPEN ALL YEAR
Seventeenth century dower house, unsurpassed hospitality and exceptional comfort in relaxed atmosphere. Perfect for the Northumberland coastline and Scottish Borders.
We are a 200 year old country pub serving outstanding food in a relaxed atmosphere using ingredients produced in our area
Said to be the location where St Cuthbert agreed to become Bishop of Lindisfarne when petitioned by the king.
The Treehouse, an award-winning restaurant and event venue nestled amongst the treetops at The Alnwick Garden, is a standout location for your special day.
The Lookout sleeping upto 32 guests is the perfect bed only self catering accommodation for groups and families
Daily Exhibition In Summer 2019, Museums Northumberland is thrilled to be sharing some of Northumberland’s most extraordinary hidden stories with you.
Over the past year we have been working closely with artist Matt Stokes to explore and reveal hidden stories from our unique Northumberland museum places, collections and people. Through this major commission, Stokes’ research has drawn out narrative threads that tie Museums Northumberland’s stories together in unexpected ways.
North East Tourism Pub of the Year 2015 in arguably the best seaside location on the Northumberland coast. Open all day, every day for home cooked food, drinks and accommodation. Guests enjoy inclusive use of the nearby Ocean Club leisure and spa facilities. New for 2017: Walk Inn Breaks including key meals, accommodation, self guided walking pack, welcome drink and packed lunch.
Beautiful, 19th century converted chapel in central Hexham with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and peaceful town garden
A museum dedicated to Grace Darling, the fearless young woman who became a reluctant celebrity in 1838..
This truly unique and charming Grade II listed building stands in an idyllic and desirable location on the Northumberland coast. Set in a superb position on the cliff edge with sandy cove below with wonderful views.
Part of a collection of properties at Link House Farm and located within yards of the dunes and golden sands of Beadnell Bay this 4 star self catering accommodate up to 8 guests over 4 bedrooms.
Former Edwardian mansion, set in 1,000 acres. Two international championship standard golf courses, 20m swimming-pool, health and beauty spa and outdoor pursuits.
Berwick's ancient Charter Markets take place on Marygate in Berwick town centre, Wednesdays and Saturdays all year round.
Stall enquiries: Neil Brown. Market Manager, Northumberland firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07909688174
Weekends and Northumberland school holiday days, 12noon-3pm Our historic Colliery Cage Shop (and former Tanky Engine Engine Shed) will be playfully transformed into a family friendly creative space this summer.
A cosy stone cottage located in the very heart of Alnwick, on one of its ancient narrow lanes.
Set in the heart of the coastal fishing village of Beadnell, Cuthbert’s Cottage is a cosy, modern two bedroom property sleeping up to four guests in comfort.
The Mill House is one of 4 lovely cottages located in the quiet village of Warenford, just 5 miles from Bamburgh making trips to the stunning Northumberland coastline easily accessible. Bamburgh Castle is a great place to visit followed by a walk along the stunning beach and the village itself has some great tea rooms, boutique shops and an award winning butchers with the famous ‘Bamburgh Bangers’. The coastal villages of Seahouses and Beadnell are both within easy reach and boat trips to the popular Farne Islands are available from Seahouses harbour. Beadnell Bay is a beautiful horse-shoe shaped beach and is popular with holidaymakers looking to enjoy some watersports.
Heavy horses, once common, are now a rare breed. Learn about the role they played in farming life before the arrival of the tractor.
The first Wednesday of each month at 2pm. Hear Northumberland’s unique instrument, the Northumbrian Pipes Enjoy an informal performance and a chance to talk to the performers about this special instrument and its heritage.
This building was formerly used as the Bamburgh Boys School. Now, fully renovated, it’s a beautifully located property for a great holiday retreat. Only a 200 yard walk to the fabulous sandy beach and historic castle (great views from the Bedroom) and even less to the village pubs, restaurants, and shops.
Join the UK Ghost Nights team for a ghost hunt at the most haunted castle in the UK. Being close to the borders of England and Scotland, Chillingham Castle has seen plenty of war and battles. With the added dimension of mass execution and torture it makes for a very active ghost hunt location.
A cosy, rural retreat with a pretty cottage garden from where you can watch all the natural beauty Northumberland has to offer.
A beautiful 19th-century church with a fine spire, a lovely atmosphere and a beautiful churchyard.
The Granary is located at the ever popular Link House Farm. The sandy shore of Beadnell Bay is just a minutes walk from the property, yet it still retains a wonderfully enclosed country garden which acts as a great breeze free, sun trap.
Former fisherman's cottage, 200yds from the beach. One double en suite, 1 twin, 2 single rooms. Games room, log fires and garden.
A stunning Grade 1 listed church with Saxon origins. Lots of fascinating ancient monuments and a beautiful churchyard.
The Budle Bay Croft Experience – fun to be had by all - inside or out. Our child, couples and pet friendly holidays are centered around you! Luxurious serenity with bags to do on an utterly magical coastal small holding.
This 18th century walled pleasure garden has a Victorian glasshouse that runs as a cafe serving quality seasonal food which is all produced on site, as well as a garden nursery, ladies accessory store, gift shop and interiors store.
Bradley Gardens is a hidden gem in the heart of the Tyne Valley just 9 miles west out of Newcastle upon Tyne. Visitors can enjoy the tranquil peace of the gardens whilst enjoying quality food and shopping.
Judy and Alan Clark welcome you to Holmhead Guest House for bed and breakfast, self catering cottage or camping barn for backpackers, at our former farmhouse which stands on the foundations of Hadrian’s Wall. Directly on Hadrians Wall Path
It’s the most Magical time of year, and here at Whitehouse Farm we have the perfect Festive day out for you and your family.
Base for corporate events, cycling, equestrian events, golfing, family gatherings, film crews, fishing, paraglyding, shooting parties, vintage cars, walking parties and wedding parties. Antique galleries, log fires, glamping and camping. Ample parking. Lonely Planet recommended.
This richly illustrated and interactive lecture explores Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window (1954) based on Cornell Woolrich’s short story “It had to be Murderer” (1942). We will examine how Woolrich’s short story is translated for the screen and discuss some cinematic techniques used by Hitchcock to create moments of chilling suspense.
Peaceful cottages with shared garden in the grounds of an old rectory. River, shops and pub 0.5 miles. Roman Wall, Kielder, coast and The Lakes are all within easy reach.
Two cosy, stone-built cottages situated in the heart of the beautiful coastal village of Embleton.
In December 2018, having just recovered from Bowel Cancer, Robin Drysdale and four friends set off to row 3000 miles across the Atlantic for charity.
View work by local photographers, featuring the dark skies and nightscapes of the North Pennines AONB and UNESCO Global Geopark. This event is part of the North Pennines Stargazing Festival running from 23 October to 3 November 2019 - www.NorthPenninesStarFest.org.uk #NorthPennStarFest19 #NPennDarkSkies
Inspired by the Pitmen Painters (Ashington Group) people of all ages have taken a lead in arts and creativity over the last 3 years, through the Museums Northumberland bait programme. Nowt About Us Without Us celebrates their journey, sharing a contemporary picture of creative lives in South East Northumberland.
Relax and take a break on Hadrian's Wall
If you're marching forth along Hadrian's Wall then why not take a break at Chesters Tearoom, situated in the grounds of Chesters Roman Fort. Chesters is located in Chollerford, which is about 20 minutes from Hexham.
Wynding House is a beautiful 5 star self catering stone built house in the ideal Northumbrian country village setting. Wynding House is almost sitting in the shadow of Bamburgh Castle and a short stroll to the beach.
A spectacular castle with fantastic coastal views. The stunning Kings Hall and Keep house collections of armour, artwork, porcelain and furniture.
The fastest selling act at Glasgow International Comedy Festival 3 years running and WINNER of Best Headliner and Best Solo Show at the Scottish Comedy Awards is back with a brand-new show!
Tranquil ancient sacred space and historically important Flodden Battlefield church.
With fantastic views this 5 STAR GOLD AWARD Farmhouse has with it's own 15th Century Pele Tower within The Northumberland National Park - two miles south west of Rothbury.
11.30am, 12noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm Join professional storyteller Stephen Skelton and enjoy some spine-chilling tales about Woodhorn Museum These special ghost stories are all based on spooky encounters experienced by staff and visitors at the museum.
Stories include the mysterious ‘man in a leather apron’ lurking in the Coal Town exhibition, troublesome ‘Jack’ causing mischief in Winding House 1, and all manner of strange sights & sounds experienced after darkness falls.
From delicious homemade food and delightful beers and cocktails, to the fantastical eight individually designed, boutique bedrooms, William de Percy is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle, in a super stylish yet totally relaxed setting right on the doorstep of the Northumberland National Park.
Four-legged friends are a very big deal at William De Percy, where our breathtaking countryside is heaven on earth for any creature with fur, four legs and a wet nose.
Located in the Northumbrian village of Otterburn, Le Petit Château lies on the picturesque banks of the River Rede.
Enter Northumberland’s most bustling medieval marketplace and take the opportunity to get hands-on with some of the country’s most skilful artisans!
The centre is closed in December, however we open specially for the Christmas Market. The whole centre is transformed ready to welcome Santa before he leaves mid afternoon with Merlin pulling his special Christmas Carriage.
Kielder Salmon Centre, open April to 30th September, is operated by the Environment Agency.
A modern visitor centre with touch screen and video displays describing the life cycle of the Atlantic Salmon, and an outdoor artwork.
A lovely holiday hideaway situated at High Newton Farm. Foxgloves is a spacious 3 bedroom property that benefits from being in peaceful surroundings as well as having a sandy, secluded beach with a 2 minute walk of the front door.
A church in a magnificent setting with a fine view of the Cheviot and Flodden hill from the porch. The building dates from the 13th century and has always been closely associated with Ford Castle and whoever owned it.
Alnwick Tourist Information Centre is well worth a visit to ensure you make the most of your stay in Northumberland. Situated in the heart of Alnwick in the Market Place, the TIC is an accessible building well stocked with information leaflets.
Beautiful stone-built house with walled garden. Fantastic views. River walks. Good food, fishing, golf. Hadrian's Wall 20 miles.
This spacious, 5 star, 3 bedroom self catering accommodation is a charming blend of traditional and modern style. Grove Cottage is situated in the heart of Bamburgh village and is within easy walking distance of the beach, golf course and Bamburgh Castle.
The Boat House at Bamburgh adds comfort and style to a simply wonderful location. This self catering property is nestled within the dunes and comes accompanied with great views of the castle and coastline.
Morpeth Market Place – Wednesday Visitor enquiries: Morpeth TIC 01670 623455
Held over four days at the beginning of November, the 'great' Brocksbushes Christmas Fayre offers the chance to view, taste and buy our exclusive range of Christmas delicacies, before exploring the huge Gift & Craft marquee full of unusual and exciting gifts for all the family.
Lavender is a 2 bedroom ground level property that is perfect for holidaying families looking to relax in quiet environment, yet with easy access to Northumberland’s attractions. Part of the fabulous collection of properties at Lucker Hall Steadings, positioned within the heart of Lucker Village.
Quality cosy, farm cottages, between Alnwick and Embleton. Ideal for beach, bird-watching, exploring gardens & coast, Mill & Puffin with lovely gardens.
Please note the Osprey Ferry is currently not running.
If you require any further information on the Ferry Timetable please contact 01434 251000.
VISIT HENSHAW BARN - a beautiful rustic building deep in the heart of Hadrian’s Wall country.
Follow the themed trail from Bowlees Visitor Centre in Upper Teesdale to discover the secrets of the Moon – celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first manned mission. Complete the whole self-guided trail to unlock the secret word and win a space-themed prize. Bring warm/waterproof clothing and wear boots/wellies.
These 19thC stone built properties, lie in peaceful area near the harbour and restored pier. Explore Northumberland's beautiful countryside and varied attractions.
Falstone Farmhouse Sleeps 8-10 (or at a reduced rate 4-6).So together with Falstone Barns which sleeps 14 and PoSHHuts, which sleeps 4; it offers an ideal location for a private party of 28 guests. (Each can be booked separately)
The Farmhouse is an additional compliment to this luxurious holiday accommodation. Set in a private estate, just 5 minutes from Kielder Water and in the heart of Europe's award winning Dark Skies Park.
Choose to either self cater or dip into a treats menu of personal chef service or PoSHHnosh; freshly prepared food delivered to you for your arrival.
Take advantage of our Beautician service, providing tailor-made packages just for you.
Try a spot of fishing (arranged through Falstone Fishing club for fly) or Kielder water for boat fishing.
Maybe a spot of Clay pigeon shooting tempts you.
(All arranged in advance, and subject to availability)
Falstone Farmhouse....Luxury in the countryside!
Twelfth-century Grade 1 church. Burned down by Border Reivers. Rebuilt with rare barrel-vaulted stone roof.
2pm Daily at Woodhorn Museum. Discover the story of 'Wor Jackie' and the rich mining and footballing heritage of south east Northumberland on this short, family friendly tour. Discover the story of 'Wor Jackie', from miner to footballer on a free Spotlight Tour: From Pit to Pitch This tour was inspired by a newly acquired collection of artefacts that belonged to Ashington born miner and footballer Jackie Milburn, ‘Wor Jackie’, which was recently gifted to Woodhorn Museum by Jackie Milburn’s son.
This spacious dormer cottage, sleeping up to 6 offers the best of all worlds https://alcedinelodge.wordpress.com/ situated in the gateway to Northumberland, Ponteland gives the visitor easy access to all areas as well as lots of private space in which to relax both indoors and out.
Delightful 6 bedroom Victorian guesthouse. Tastefully furnished. Large walled garden. Conservation area. 2 min walk to Alnwick town centre; short stroll from Alnwick Castle, Garden and local amenities. Parking in private road next to house.
A warm, stylish three bedroom stone terrace cottage, two minutes walk from the beach, with wifi and 24/7 heating, original features, fireplaces, and total comfort for the ideal holiday break.
A collection of classic stone built cottages and Scandinavian log cabins in the heart of the beautiful Northumberland National Park.
We are excited to launch our first ever Story Time with Santa event, this magical experience will delight your children this Festive Season. Your journey starts when you meet Santa’s Elves in their workshop, where you can enjoy a hot chocolate with cream and yummy marshmallows and a delicious festive biscuit/cake too.
Hesleyside is a private stately home where guests can stay in luxury and experience 800 years of Northumbrian history. Three glorious 5* state bedrooms with four poster beds and en-suite bathrooms
Bamburgh's fairytale location overlooking miles of breathtaking coastline, with a license for civil ceremonies, this Northumberland wedding venue is a great choice for your special day.
Inside, choose from our two licensed rooms: The grandeur of the King's Hall, rebuilt as the castle's centrepiece by Lord Armstrong in the 19th century, is a prestigious setting for your special day. While the atmospheric Keep Hall with its vaulted ceilings and flagged stone floors imbue an atmosphere of knights and princesses.
Committed to offering the highest levels of customer service, our professional staff will ensure your special day fulfils all your wishes leaving you with unique memories to treasure forever.
The best choice of over 500 outstanding holiday cottages in prime locations throughout Northumberland. Est. 1981.
Discover a sea-bird Paradise - Take a trip to the RSPB Coquet Island Nature Reserve St Cuthbert came to Coquet Island more than 1300 years ago; but today there are a few more visitors on this amazing island.
Breakers is a brand new 5 star self catering property situated at Glororum, a small hamlet 1 mile from Bamburgh. Tastefully decorated and boasting modern facilities throughout, the property makes for a relaxing environment, with views of Bamburgh Castle to the east and a large west facing balcony overlooking the countryside stretching to views of the Cheviot Hills.
Situated within 100 yards of the beach and surrounded by rolling countryside, Campion Cottage is a wonderfully appointed 4 star self catering property situated just to the back of Beadnell Bay sand dunes.
Looking for somewhere to go this summer? Why not go and explore the scenic North Northumberland Coast?
Le Son de la Mer is a delightful 2 bedroom ground floor apartment (sleeping 4) located within a secure gated complex in the ever popular fishing village of Seahouses.
A charming countryside inn offering comfortable accommodation, high quality delicious home cooked food, real ales and fine wines close to Hadrian's Wall we also have our own Stanegate Heritage room.
The Lord Crewe Arms at Blanchland offers a delicious British menu showcasing simply, but beautifully cooked, home grown fayre. Steered by fireside cooking, our North Pennines vegetable garden, Chef’s smoke house and our ‘bit of thing’ for homemade bread, our ever changing menu chases the seasons and is served from breakfast to bed.
A wonderfully positioned property situated within the grounds of Lemmington Hall. Forge Cottage (formerly the home of the local blacksmith) has been lovingly restored to provided luxury self catering accommodation with contemporary features and facilities whilst retaining its traditional character and charm.
Sleeping up to 8 guests over 4 bedrooms, the property boasts some fantastic views of the surrounding rolling countryside with the imposing Cheviot Hills on the horizon.
Lemmington Hall is located just 4 miles from the historical market town of Alnwick, the town boast some must see attractions, including Alnwick Castle (Harry Potter filming location) and Gardens. Cragside (the birth place of hydro electricity) is just 6 miles from the property, and a further 2 miles is the breathtakingly beautiful Northumberland National Park.
This church, positioned opposite the remains of Mitford castle, dates from 1135 and houses an historic bell and leper squint.
One destination, over 20 attractions…Beautiful villages, indoor attractions, outdoor adventure, tearooms, pubs, accommodation, events and more!
A lovely comfortable single storey cottage with stunning views surrounded by wonderful open countryside and views of the Cheviot Hills. Furnished and equipped to a high standard With an open fire, enclosed garden and wifi. Ideal central location for coast, hills and Scottish Borders.
Laura Macdonald is one of the U.K’s most prominent women in Jazz. She began playing alto saxophone at the age of sixteen.
A contemporary and secluded luxury retreat for two five miles south of Hexham, with stunning views. Winner of North East England Tourism Self Catering Property of the Year 2016, silver in Northumberland Tourism 2017
Short breaks of 3 or 4 nights available
Superb listed building, once the school for Howick Village, and a free pass to nearby Howick Hall Gardens and woodland walks included in stay. The stunning north Northumberland Coast only 400m away where you can enjoy the bird life, wildflowers, and spectacular views.
Facilities include full oil central heating, washer and dryer, dishwasher, tv/dvd, telephone, WIFI
Speed along the Lakeside way at up to 12mph on this fun for all activity! • Perfect your Segway skills with a briefing from our professional instructors. • Explore Kielder on an instructor led tour. • Take in the beautiful scenery and spot some of our varied wildlife across the Lakeside way.
This holiday home (sleeps 4-6), overlooking the sea with garden leading onto rocks. Midweek and weekend breaks available low season.
This year here at Azure Garden Centre we will host a Christmas Boutique every Saturday and Sunday in the lead up to Christmas from Saturday 16th November until Sunday 8th December. Saturdays 9.00am to 5.00pm Sundays 10.30am to 4.30pm.
Situated just a stone’s throw from the breathtaking beach, behind the sand dunes of Beadnell Bay, you will find The Annexe, a beautifully presented one bedroom cottage for two.
Over the past decade John has built up a strong following in the North for his evocative, loosely brushed watercolours which seem to capture effortlessly the quality of light and grandness of scale of Northumberland.
Village House is a grade II listed, traditionally styled village house located in the heart of the historic village of Bamburgh. Village House has undergone a major refurbishment in 2011 and can accommodate up to 8 people.
Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (BFMAF) is the UK’s leading festivals for new cinema and artists’ moving image. Join us for the 15th edition of BFMAF this September for films, free exhibitions & events, performances, talks and activities for Children and Families.
Northumberland National Park covers 405 areas of protected landscape with breath-taking views, crystal clear streams, dark skies for star gazing and rich wildlife havens.
Graham Smith Antiques are a family owned business in Horsley with over 40 years experience in the antiques trade. Although we specialise in antique furniture, our range of antique clocks, ceramics, glass and metal ware are also quite comprehensive. We trade out of a 3,000 square foot show room just off the main street in Horsley. As well as the antiques we have on display over 200 antique and contemporary paintings belonging to John Nicholson fine art
Situated in a stunning rural location between the A1 and the picturesque coastal village of Bamburgh, Apple Blossom a luxury 5 star self catering cottage.
I Am Inspired - Gillian Lee Smith 20th October 2019 - 25th October 2019 - 5 nights residential art workshop holiday, 4 days tutorial with Gillian Lee Smith.
Course Details: Since moving to the truly stunning, historic area of Northumberland, expressive and abstracted landscapes have become my way of exploring my love of this coastal area in my artwork.
There’s a certain amount of fear in Britain about eating wild mushrooms and although we do well to treat them with respect, fungi can be a wonderful source of food and can add a great deal of interest and variation to our meals. Bruce Ferguson has been foraging for wild food for more than thirty years; join him and find out what’s edible and what’s not in the world of mushrooms and toadstools!
On Market days you can buy local produce, find a bargain and enjoy the genial atmosphere in the Market Place.
As day and night stand equal again, before the northern hemisphere is gradually plunged into darkness, away from the brightness of our Star, we gather in circle to mark this occasion, to notice the passing of time and the change of the seasons.
For a relaxing and luxurious holiday, short break or special event in Northumberland, Doxford Hall with it's superb facilities and excellent location is the perfect choice.
Described by Simon Jenkins in his "England's Thousand Best Churches" as a "mini-Durham Cathedral".
Traditional fisherman's cottage overlooking the North Sea in a working fishing village. Easy access. Hearty breakfast made with locally sourced produce.
Traditional vintage style shepherd huts for luxurious glamping, giving an exceptional holiday experience, within a stone's throw of Hadrian's Wall.
Newly opened in January 2019 The Amble Inn is the place to eat, drink, sleep and explore from at the southern gateway to the magnificent Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Ringstead is a newly refurbished 4 star self catering property set within former farm steadings at High Newton. The property has wonderful panoramic views of the sea and Northumberland coast and a choice of 3 sandy beaches within a short walk of the property.
Follow the famous scarycrow trail around the villages...
Kielder Water & Forest Park is the ultimate outdoor playground that everyone can enjoy.
We serve the best of local, fresh seasonal produce prepared and cooked fresh to order. Wide vegetarian menu.
South Meadows is a premier touring & camping park near the coast in beautiful North Northumberland.
Situated 40 miles north of Newcastle & 75 miles south of Edinburgh on the A1. Lodge style accommodation. 5.5 miles away from breathtaking Bamburgh coast.
A lovely self catering cottage for 4 people situated on the headland above the beach with stunning and totally unspoilt views over Budle bay and along the coast line to Holy Island.
Award-winning cottages situated on a beautiful farm with outstanding views of hills and coast. Indoor pool, gym, tennis court.
An award winning homely 3 star hotel and Restaurant near Hexham with a secret walled garden, beautifully sunny conservatory, cosy wood burning fireplace and inviting accommodation.
Discover the beauty of the Dark Skies of Kielder. We’ll start with an introductory indoor session using an amazing software programme that allows you to view all the wonders of the night sky in real time. Afterwards, weather permitting
Relaxing 70 pitch, riverside site ideal for tents, touring caravans and campers in England's most remote Village.
Merton Way – Visitor enquiries: Morpeth TIC 01670 623455
The market is not currently running. Street Trading may be available. Stall enquiries: Neil Brown. Market Manager, Northumberland email@example.com Tel: 07909688174
Can you count all the Skulls lurking in the creepy corners of Hexham Old Gaol? Pick up your trail sheet at the museum Welcome Desk then explore the museum to try and find all the skulls. Count how many you can find and make your way back to the Welcome Desk with your completed trail sheet.
The nearest mainland inn to Holy Island, North East England Tourism Pub of the Year Silver Winner 2016 The Lindisfarne Inn is open all day, every day for food, drinks and accommodation.
Come and pick your own pumpkin at Brocksbushes! New for 2019, our pumpkin patch is coming on nicely and will be ready to pick for Halloween. Visit any time between 10am and 4pm on 19-20th October and 26-31st October to choose your pumpkin.
Comfortable cottages on working stock farm where children are encouraged to have hands-on experience. Beautiful walks in Pennine countryside.
Golf Club and course set on magnificent Foxton Bay. Eighteen holes with clubhouse, accommodation, snooker room, bars and restaurant open to the public.
Thanks to the Lakeside Way, a multi-user trail that follows the 27 mile Kielder Water shoreline, you can have a unique and beautiful walking experience.
Quiet family run holiday park on Pennine Way - close to Kielder. Lodges, cottages, camping pods available. Tourers & motorhomes welcome. Dog friendly!
Welcome to the award-winning Hog’s Head Inn at Alnwick. Inside, you'll find a contemporary, friendly inn serving homemade food all day, every day from breakfasts and lunches to light bites and evening meals.
With 53 en suite rooms, The Hog's Head Inn is the perfect place to stay in Alnwick for business or pleasure.
Peaceful farmhouse, ideal for touring. Spacious, comfortable ensuite rooms. Private lounge and dining-room. Walled garden.
Alnwick Market Place - Friday & Saturday Visitor enquiries: Alnwick TIC 01670 622152 – Stall enquiries: 01670 825895 Please check with Alnwick TIC to confirm dates & times.
Come to Kirkharle Lake & Courtyard and enjoy a truly unique shopping experience of art & craft workshops, gifts, vintage & antiques. All set at the birthplace of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, arguably Britain’s most famous landscape architect, who was responsible for many of our beautiful parklands.
Tower Knowe, the gateway centre to Kielder Water & Forest Park, is an ideal location to orientate yourself and find out what you can do and where. Interactive exhibition, Cafe on the water, gift shop, ferry rides around the lake and fishing.
St Mary’s dating from 1190, has a fine Norman chancel arch, as well as good Victorian stained glass, and a carved altar and font cover from the early 20th century. It is at the centre of a thriving Christian community, with a community room completed in 2012 attached to the north wall.
Combining stunning sea views with delicious home cooking and beautifully kept ales, this is a tastefully refurbished pub with tradition and character at its heart.
The closest touring and caravan holiday park to magnificent Bamburgh, Glororum is a hidden gem. Just a few minutes drive from Bamburgh village with its shops, cafes and restaurants and miles of empty beaches, this beautifully maintained park has everything you need to enjoy your touring holiday or to have your very own caravan holiday home in sought after Bamburgh.
Visit Roman Vindolanda today and you will find one of the North East’s most famous and not to be missed tourist attractions lying in the beautiful landscape of Hadrian's Wall Country.
Charming stone built listing building on the Scottish borders. Sleeps 6, dog friendly. Perfect base to explore Northumberland Coast and Scotland.
Peaceful, beautifully located cottage in the Cheviot Foothills. Cosy, welcoming, ideal for walking, relaxing, exploring. Close to Wooler. Sleeps 4.
A 14thC castle in picturesque surroundings, steeped in the history of border warfare.
A beautiful period farmhouse situated in The Northumberland National park near to Padon and the Pennine way in stunning countryside. En-suite bedrooms are well appointed and offer spectacular views. There is a spacious comfortable lounge / dining room where guests can enjoy our fantastic breakfast. Ideal place to stay for attending Wood Hill Hall wedding venue and The Castle Hotel wedding venue, Stay to see the unique Dark skies. Only fourteen miles from Kielder and the Kielder Marathon.
Blanchland got its name from the white habits worn by monks of the Premonstratensian order who founded Blanchland Abbey.
Former textile mill, Otterburn Mill, sells outdoor and lifestyle clothing, delicious food and has a children's play area.
Cosy accommodation in Northumberland National Park. Ground floor rooms, close to Hadrian's Wall & Kielder Forest, perfect for walkers & cyclists.
We offer Bed and Breakfast in a friendly family home, close to
Druridge Bay on the beautiful Northumberland Heritage Coast.
Only 4 miles from the bustling Harbour town of Amble "The Friendliest Port."
Accommodation in a bright ground floor Twin or Double en suite room with adjoining single/boot room. The room has a cooling travertine floor for summer with the benefit of underfloor heating for winter.
First floor accommodation in a bright Double or Twin room with en-suite and balcony. Care has been taken to choose quality bedlinen to ensure a comforable nights rest.
All rooms have a kettle, tassimo machine with a selection of hot drinks and flat screen tv.
Bailiffgate Museum brings to life the people and places of North Northumberland in exciting interactive style. Art and history-based exhibitions are staged in the gallery.
CAMPSITE & GLAMPING ACCOMODATION, ON FAMILY RUN FARM, QUIET LOCATION WITH VIEWS OVER OPEN COUNTRYSIDE, 10MINS FROM BERWICK UPON TWEED
Walk a wonderful Alpaca in the Northumberland National Park. Beautiful countryside within sight of Kielder Dam. Family fun, smiles guaranteed.
Contemporary art gallery with a programme of events by Berwick Visual Arts.
Check out our What's On Section for exhibition details.
This major new exhibition of works by JMW Turner, one of the most renowned of English Romantic artists, explores his transformation from an architectural draughtsman, when he set out on his first North of England tour in 1797, to a poet of the landscape sublime, which culminated in the arrival at his most northerly point in England, the village of Norham in Northumberland.
In a picturesque setting. Two lovely former barns, converted into comfortable well appointed self catering cottages. Enjoy 12 acres and private river with free fishing & camp fires. Log burning stove. Pets welcome. Perfect base to relax and explore. Enclosed gardens. Free Wi-fi
Convenient, friendly, family run bed and breakfast, situated near town centre, riverside, Elizabethan walls, shops, restaurants and opposite railway station. We have storage for cycles.
Forest View Inn is a small family run Inn situated on the edge of Northumberland National Park and in Kielder Water and Forest Park.
Cairn Rigg - an attractive, detached stone-built cottage situated in a quiet country lane.
Ethie Lodge - an attractive 1st floor apartment that has been recently renovated.
Dragonfly Cottage - lovely cottage, right in the heart of Rothbury.
The Bay Horse Inn, West Woodburn, is a delightful 18th Century Coachng Inn built in mellowed sandstone, nestling by a stone bridge over the River Rede in the Rede Valley of Northumberland
A 17thC traditional hill farm with stone cottages near Hadrian's Wall. Breathtaking views, peaceful, by own lake. Northumbria Cottages of the year award winners.
Exhilarating outdoor adventure days for individuals or families in beautiful wild Northumberland!
Located in the heart of Alnwick, once the town’s Court House built in 1856, the accommodation offered today by Alnwick Youth Hostel is far more comfortable. We offer a selection of dorm beds and private rooms, all ensuite, with both self catering and catered options
A quiet and relaxed rural site set amongst beautiful moorland on the edge of Wark Forest in the stunning Northumberland National Park.
Hoolit Cottage is a pretty, stone built, two bedroom cottage set in a quiet, nature rich oasis in the beautiful Bowmont Valley.
Penthouse apartment in historic Craster Tower, above picturesque fishing village. Sleeps eight. Centrally heated. Two bathrooms and additional shower room.
A stylish two bedroomed cottage and separate one bed studio apartment in Alnmouth overlooking the golf course and sea beyond.
Start/Finish point for the St Cuthbert's Cave Walk.
Number 21 is an adults only B&B in the coastal village of Newbiggin. Comfortable accommodation in well appointed ensuite double rooms.
Lying in magnificent countryside next to a sweeping section of Hadrian's Wall and based at the site of Carvoran Roman Fort.
The remains of a medieval castle, superseded by the most complete and impressive bastioned town defences in England.
The Cheese Farm is a hub of dairy activity! Dairy tours are available during the week and, guided by one of our senior cheesemakers, you will have a fascinating view into our world at Northumberland Cheese. This also includes a cheese tasting experience, and finishes with lunch in our cafe. These are charged at £25.00 per adult, and £20 per child aged 10-15. Get an intimate insight into the craft of cheese at our cheese-making days, at which you will produce your very own truckle of cheese! From 9-3pm, get to grips with the cheese-making process, shadow our cheesemakers, and then try your hand at your own cheese. Price is £80 per adult, and £150 for two adults, and this will include lunch at the cafe. The Cheese Loft Cafe is where British classic comfort food and beautiful cheese come together, and everything is homemade onsite. A shop is attached to our cafe, where you can buy all of our cheeses, and their accompaniments. Cyclists are extremely welcome in the cafe, especially as we are ideally located for participants of the Reivers route. We have bike racks, and from Easter time, cyclists can have coffee and a tray-bake or scone for £3.00.
The King's Own Scottish Borderers regimental museum with uniforms, medals, silver and weapons telling the story of the regiment from 1689 until the present day.
Four Star self-catering cottage (sleeps 4) on a working sheep farm with stunning views of the beautiful Wark's Burn and within the Northumberland National Park.
A small, serene, historic church, which is more than 900 years old and is still in use regularly for Sunday services and weddings etc.
Relax in front of a cosy log stove after a day out walking along the beautiful beaches, visiting one of the numerous castles or having done a spot of birdwatching.
Take the family glamping to Northumberland Farm set close to the sea in the North Northumberland AONB.
The oldest building on Holy Island, the only building that retains work from the Saxon period. It is very likely that St. Aidan worshipped on this site from arriving in 635 AD.
Our bed and breakfast is ideally situated in a quiet residential area in the centre of Hexham, 10 mins walk from the train station, only 3 mins from the abbey and market place in the historic town centre. Elegantly decorated and furnished with eclectic pieces in keeping with its Victorian architecture. Don't let that put you off if you have muddy boots or bikes we have elegant but practical stripped wooden floors and there is secure covered bike storage.
St. Paul's Church dates from 1200 and was rebuilt in 1849. A tranquil ancient sacred space and historically important Flodden Battlefield church.
Country home on the site of Timothy Hackworth's birthplace, close to Wylam, George Stephenson's birthplace. Perfectly situated for walking Hadrian's Wall.
Two comfortably furnished cottages and an open plan studio situated on a working farm overlooking the Lindisfarne Nature Reserve.
Awarded Northumberland Tourism B&B of the Year 2017, the Old Manse is on the edge of the small village of Chatton in North Northumberland. Ideally located for all of Northumberland's attractions. Central to Coast and Countryside.
Belford House is a traditional stone building, close to the best sections of Hadrian's Wall, offering high quality en-suite rooms.
Cosy coastal cottage for 2 in the peaceful village of Embleton. A short walk away from the coast. Pubs and restaurants nearby. Great location for walking and cycling.
Dedicated to St Cuthbert, this church is a hidden gem with amazing views over the tyne valley. It is said said to be oneof the many resting places of St Cuthbert's bones.
Brocksbushes is a one stop Farm Shop, Tea Room, Pick Your Own & Gardening/Gift Centre situated on the A69 at Corbridge.
Beautifully appointed 2 bedroomed cottage adjoining original farmhouse on small farm. Home of Moorgair Alpacas. Private garden and parking.
Prudhoe Castle stands in a picturesque location, on a wooded hillside overlooking the River Tyne.
Edge of Alnwick, ten minutes walk into town, short drive to sea - the Cart Shed with garden – sleeps up to 5
Coastal cottage just minutes away from the beach, located in a quaint Northumbrian town steeped in maritime history. Sleeps 4, dog friendly.
House with panoramic views of Warkworth Castle and the coast, seen from room balcony. The house overlooks the harbour.
See the tower through the gates. Come inside the Norman building. See lancet windows, stone carvings, a village school room, and fire damaged walls outside.
Ancient Parish Church, over 700 years old, set in a peaceful churchyard with a glorious fourteenth century Tree of Jesse window.
Ellingham Parish Church is situated in the woodland East of the village of Ellingham – you may just see the tower above the trees as you approach.
Ideally located and fully equipped the 2 bedroom apartment sleeps 4 situated in the centre of the historic market town of Hexham
Secluded 1800s cottage bordering National Park, AGA, wood stove, games-room, large hillside garden, recently renovated, sleeps eight. Wooler: 20 minutes walk.
Lovely holiday retreat in a peaceful, rural setting. Nestling just above the valley of the South Tyne river.
Morwick House offers quality accommodation, set in beautiful gardens within walking distance of the castle and many restaurants and public houses.
24 hour external tourist information board. Cafe, toilets & visitor leaflets are located within the Maritime Centre. Staff are happy to help with enquiries.
Founded in 1135 for canons of the Augustinian order, Brinkburn was restored in the 19th century and now survives in its entirety as Northumberland's finest example of early Gothic architecture.
This beautiful Saxon church is a hidden gem nestling in the rolling countryside of mid -Northumberland. An oasis of calm in today’s world of noise and rush. Spirituality and a sense of peace seem to seep from its ancient stones.
Grade II Listed B&B, Boutique & Unique. With attention to detail, has been redesigned to a quality standard. Welcoming and comfortable.
Beautiful 13th century church with a long history of worship by local families through the centuries.
The former home of iconic British fashion designer, Jean Muir, Lorbottle Hall's quintessential Georgian architecture and extensive grounds are one of Northumberland's greatest secrets.
Quaint, cosy old town house with spectacular sea views. Minutes from restaurants, takeaways and shop. Five minutes walk to town centre.
Overnight bunk accommodation in a SC converted garage unit with ensuite and kitchenette for walkers in Heddon on the Wall
Beautiful furnished bell tents nestled in a spectacular setting near Hadrian's Wall and under the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park
Farmhouse with all mod cons, three bedrooms, 3 bathrooms sleeping max 8. Newcastleton forest on your doorstep, 7stanes mountain bike trails, walks, stunning scenery. Close to local amenities; 2 restaurants, 2 cafes and 1 pub along with a butcher, baker & corner shop! Real fire, WIFI, 3D HDTV, secure enclose garden dog friendly, max 2. 30 minute drive to Kielder Observatory.
Walk in the footsteps of the legendary tea seller and fund raiser Isaac Holden. Discover green valleys and cross wild moors with stunning views across Northumberland and Cumbria. Experience tranquility where the only sound is bird song.
18thC stone cottage with dramatic views of Bamburgh Castle. 5* gold, sleeps 4. Golden beach a short stroll away. Stunning coastal location.
Lovely cosy cottage with just a short walk to village shop and two nice pubs. Easy road access to coast.
St Michael and All Angels is a Grade 1 Listed Building set in a conservation area in the village of Felton. The delightful old church and its beautiful churchyard (a previous Northumbria in Bloom winner) provide a tranquil place to pause, reflect and feel refreshed.
Beautiful listed stone building in peaceful Hadrian's Wall village, with 3 bedrooms, kitchen and bathrooms sleeping a total of 22 people.
Largely medieval church displaying the evolution of a well-developed 13thC church from a Norman core. Carvings in stonework and a turret clock dated 1796.
Beautiful light 14th century Grade 1 listed church in which Capability Brown was baptised. This little church consists simply of a nave and chancel, but has striking interior features.
Comfortable, peaceful B&B. Idyllic setting 1 mile from Hadrian's Wall. Lovely ensuite rooms. Locally sourced breakfast. Ideal walking and cycling base.
Late Saxon West Tower, 12th Century porch, original long lancet windows at east end.
Refurbished large six bedroom holiday home perfectly located near the A1 for easy access to the whole of Northumberland.
Ride on the North of England’s highest narrow gauge railway winding from Alston through the picturesque South Tyne Valley.
We have a Discovery Centre, Engineering Workshop viewing gallery, gift shop and the Crossing Cafe serving freshly made food.
For timetables and news of special events visit www.south-tynedale-railway.org.uk
A delightful hilltop church believed to be the location where King Oswald (604 -642) raised a large wooden cross before the Battle of Heavenfield (AD 635).
We have 4 well-equipped luxury glamping cabins that sleep up to 5. One is wheelchair accessible. Dogs welcome. Open fire cooking. Ensuite.
14th Century church, Roman tombstone, medieval grave covers, exquisite windows, historic churchyard, 18th century carved headstones, two medieval stone coffins.
Tourist Information Point with 24 hour information board located externally. Head inside for visitor leaflets, maps and area information.
Comfortable guesthouse rooms on Holy Island itself. Walking distance from Lindisfarne Castle/Priory, and village cafes, pubs and amenities. High standard.
A simple but beautiful little country church, with some ancient Norman gravestones embedded in the wall.
Four star rated. Converted chapel. Self catering. Sleeps six (plus cot). 2 bath/shower rooms. One bedroom and shower room on ground floor. Enclosed garden. One dog accepted.
A traditional Campsite on open fields at the foot of Winshields Crag on Hadrian's Wall close to The Sill and Twice Brewed.
Raven's Crag, near Holburn Lake is a point on the St Cuthbert's Cave walk.
This country is house 1 mile from Hexham. Overlooking the river Tyne and set in 9 acres of beautiful gardens.
Stanegate Hideaways has three delightful properties, Stable Cottage and The Hideaway Huts, located in peaceful surroundings close to Vindolanda.
Fabulous views within a peaceful garden setting. Ideally placed to explore Hadrian's Wall and Tynedale. Modern kitchen and bathrooms. Luxurious bedrooms. Private patio, and orchard garden with table tennis, 'Yurt' barbeque hut and summer house, with the occasional free range hen.
Self-guided walking tours along the amazing Hadrian’s Wall Path from £349 per person. 5* Reviews. Gentle, Moderate and Challenging hikes.
At the centre of Hadrian's Wall Country, bordering Northumberland and Cumbria. Cosy lounge with log fire. 5 Clean, bright bedrooms (all king-size beds) & contemporary bathrooms. Highly-praised Restaurant. Bar. Garden Terrace.
Cosy, ensuite accommodation in the heart of Hadrian's Wall Country. Stay, relax and dine in Tourism pub of the year 2018.
With its interesting mixture of architectural styles and impressive location, this 13th century church provides visitors with a site of notable historical interest and an individual look.
Berwick Cycles is an independent cycle shop catering for all types of cyclist, providing a first class service in bike and accessory sales, repair, servicing and hire.
Historic village apartment between Lake District and Hadrian’s Wall. AONB on Pennine Way, Isaac’s Tea Trail, C2C; excellent touring/walking location.