Local Area

Alnwick Castle & Gardens

Alnwick Castle is a grade I Norman castle built in the 11th century, it generated more public interest when it was featured as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films. Visit Alnwick Castle Website

Alnwick Gardens is a complex of gardens adjacent to Alnwick Castle, that featues various themes, landscape designs and water features. Visit Alnwick Garden Website

Alnwick Castle & Gardens

Bamburgh Castle

Spanning over nine acres high above the Nothumberland coastline, Bamburgh Castle is one of the largest inhabited castles in the country.

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Bamburgh Castle

Warkworth Castle

Warkworth Castle and village occupy a loop of the River Coquet and is less than a mile from the Northumberland coast.  Explore the foors and rooms of the ruined medieval fortress that was home to Harry Percy, who inspired one of Shakespear’s best known characters from Henry IV.

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Warkworth Castle

Amble Marina

Whether you are interested in fishing, racing, cruising, sailing or just want to relax, you will find there is something for everyone at Amble Marina.

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Amble Marina

Druridge Bay

Rich with wildlife and high sand dunes, Druridge Bay is a living landscape that sunning beach stretches seven miles from Amble to Cresswell.  It is a popular location to surf, cycle, walk and paddle due to its peaceful beauty.

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Druridge Bay

Hadrian's Wall

The Roman Wall spans almost 80 miles from Wallsend to Soloway Firth, with forts, museums and events at key sites along the wall Roman history is brought to life. There are also spectacular walks that lead you through the breath taking North East and North West countryside.

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Hadrian's Wall

Holy Island

Holy Island is a tidal island just a few miles off the Northumberland coast.  The island and the picturesque village of Lindisfarne have a wealth of history.

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Holy Island

Scottish Borders

From moorlands, rolling hills and stunning coastline the Scottish Borders is full of history and picturesque scenery.   With many stately homes, castles, four abbeys and activities such as fishing, golf and walking there is plenty to see and do.

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Scottish Borders