Discover the magic of Northumberland’s castles with our complete guide
Festive markets, visits from Santa and unique festivals - Christmas in Northumberland is a magical experience.
Celebrate the joys of autumn in Northumberland; England's most northerly county. Collect leaves, conkers and warm by the hearth this season.
Northumberland is a vibrant, culturally rich county packed with one-of-a-kind activities, historical sites and much-loved local events.
The picturesque Northumberland holiday destinations of Alnmouth, Amble and Warkworth have a lot to offer.
Rothbury is a picturesque market village situated on the banks of the River Coquet in the heart of the Northumberland National Park.
Dominated by its striking castle and boasting impressive stretches of golden sandy beaches, Bamburgh has a lot to offer holidaymakers.
If you’ve ever been to Northumberland, you’ll know that the bustling village of Seahouses is a beautiful and unmissable spot.
The historic village of Embleton is most famous for its wide sandy beach, extraordinary views of Dunstanburgh Castle, and incredibly tasty kippers!
Northumberland’s most enticing afternoon tea spots - from decadent delights in boutique surroundings to hearty finger food in casual cafes.
Steeped in Roman history, Hadrian's Wall Country and the beautiful towns of Hexham and Corbridge will never disappoint!
Craster is a small and beautifully formed fishing village on the Northumberland coastline with views of the iconic Dunstanburgh Castle.
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