Northumberland Holidays
Northumberland Holidays
Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland
welcome to Northumberland
Northumberland is a truly magical county. Whether you are a walker, naturalist, history buff or shopper, you will find the diversity of activities and attractions astonishing. From heritage coast to countryside ... from historic castles to the wild beauty of the Cheviot Hills and the National Park, Northumberland has so much to offer.
Northumberland - more than just a holiday!
The Northumberland Heritage Coast stretches from Berwick upon Tweed in the north to Blyth in the south and offers some of the most beautiful and unspoilt coastline in England. Seaside resorts and fishing villages abound. The likes of Amble, Alnmouth and Craster - the last with its spectacular coastal walk to the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle - should not be missed. Of the many islands lying off the Northumbrian coast, the best known are Lindisfarne (Holy Island), one of the ancient seats of Christianity in England, and the Farne Islands, famous for its teeming sea bird colonies.
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Visitors to Northumbria need never be at a loss as to how to fill their days. The dilemma is what to leave out! From castles to historic houses ... from museums to shopping ... from wilderness walks to exploring the beaches and fishing villages of Northumberland's unspoilt coast ... the choices are endless.
Cheviots
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No holiday is complete without great accommodation ... and self-catering cottages are just perfect for a holiday in Northumberland. You can arrange your own timetable, eat in or out as you wish and, at the end of a day's sight-seeing, you can relax in the peace and privacy of your own home from home.
Wednesday 20 August 2014