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Places to Visit

Burgham Park Golf Club

Burgham Park is a championship parkland course located in the lovely Northumberland countryside, 20 minutes from Newcastle and just a few miles north of Morpeth, just off the A1


Seahouses’ fishing past lives on at Swallow Fish, operators the UK’s oldest operating smokehouses. Visitors are welcome at The Fisherman’s Kitchen where historic fishing memorabilia and curios are displayed alongside the local catch of the day.

Holy Island

Lying just a few miles off the Northumberland coast, Holy Island is cut off twice-daily from the rest of the world by fast-moving tides. Possibly the holiest site of Anglo-Saxon England, Lindisfarne was founded by St. Aidan, an Irish monk, who came from Iona, the centre of Christianity in Scotland.

Cragside Hall

Extraordinary Victorian house, gardens and woodland - the wonder of its age. Cragside was the first building in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity. Described in 1880 as 'a palace of the modern magician', it is a truly unique visitor attraction. Situated near Rothbury.

Rothbury Town

The town offers a peaceful haven. The River Coquet meanders through the centre, creating a pleasant walk along the river bank. A good range of shops can be found on the High Street as well as a selection of tea rooms and bars. There are so many walking and cycling routes to explore.

Morpeth Town

Combines the old and the new! Take a walk around Morpeth's modern Wednesday market which is just a stone's throw from the 13th century Chantry that houses the town's Bagpipe Museum and Northumbrian Arts and Craft Gallery.

Wallington Hall

Near Morpeth, this historical house once home to the Trevelyan family, showcasing the history of Northumberland and offering a large walled garden to explore.

Amble Harbour Village

In a fantastic location right on the harbour front, Amble Harbour Village consists of a seafood centre along with 15 small retail units selling a variety of arts, crafts, jewellery and food & drink as well as a redeveloped harbour front which will incorporate a sea-front pathway from the harbour to the marina.

Hexham Town

Once the haunt of marauding Vikings 1300 years ago. Now you’ll find market stalls every day of the week in Hexham’s ancient Shambles. Hexham is also a great starting point with villages such as Corbridge next door or take a historical visits to Hadrian's Wall. Not to far away is Kielder Water & Forest Park