Lesbury, nr Alnmouth

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The beautiful and peaceful village of Lesbury is located in the lower reaches of the River Aln. This picturesque village is home to around 900 people and is located only 1.5miles from the coastal village of Alnmouth and 5 miles from the famous town of Alnwick.

The Coach Inn in Lesbury is a popular spot for those living in the surrounding area. The lovely outdoor grassed beer garden with plenty of flowers and seating makes this pub is hugely popular in summer. Good quality, local food is served throughout the day. Spend a lazy Sunday afternoon at The Coach Inn and why not sample the local Northumbrian roast beef and Northumbrian Lamb – delicious!

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Alnmouth is a pictureaque coastal village that was founded as a medieval new town in 1105. The village today is well worth exploring and has a range of restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and gift shops for visitors to enjoy. Alnwick is a historic market town, which has been put on the tourist map with the development of Anwick gardens, arguably one of the most beautiful in the country and use of the castle in the Harry Potter films. You will find a full range of amenities including large supermarkets.

A stay at a holiday cottage in the village of Lesbury is ideal for those who are looking for a quiet holiday slightly off the traditional tourist trail but still keen to remain close to the stunning coastline, National Park, the village of Alnmouth, and the historic town of Alnwick and all its attractions.

Lavender Cottage has everything you need for a relaxing break. This lovely spacious cottage is located in the heart of the village, a short walk to the pubs and local shop. With an oil central heating system and log fire in the lounge, this cottage provides a good base to discover Northumberland all year round.