Lodges in Northumberland14 properties found
Swarland Old HallSwarland, Northumberland
Brada Quarry ParkBamburgh, Northumberland
Aurora SkiesMorpeth, Northumberland
Jamaal LodgeAmble, Northumberland
Holmes LodgesLongframlington, Northumberland
Eastfield HallEastfield, Northumberland
Manor HouseMorpeth, Northumberland
Inglenook Cottage LodgesHaltwhistle, Northumberland
Haggerston Castle ParkBerwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Fellmoor ParkFelton, Northumberland
Fram ParkLongframlington, Northumberland
23 Lakeside DriveMorpeth, Northumberland
Otterburn LodgesNewcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland
Percy Wood Country ParkMorpeth, Northumberland
With many pristine beaches, moorland and hills, public gardens, market towns and other attractions to enjoy, Northumberland is a popular choice for holidaymakers. Outdoors there is the largest forest and reservoir in England, Kielder Water and Forest Park, enjoy sailing, climbing, clay shooting alongside many more pursuits. Northumberland National park is a massive nature reserve full of forests, wild moorland and views stretching for more than 60 miles.
Alnwick Castle is full of art treasures and spectacular floral displays in Alnwick Gardens. Howick Hall is where Lord Grey, British Prime Minister back in the 1800’s, invented Earl Grey Tea, so try a cup here. The Northern Lights in Northumberland, yes it’s not only in Norway and Iceland where you can see this. Hadrian’s Wall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and stretches for 73 miles from Wallsend to Bowness on the Solway Firth. A day trip to Farne Islands is a must, you will see many thousands of breeding pairs of seabirds that make the Islands their summer home.
The Tyne Valley is famous for farm produced; you can sample the marvellous food in any of the local eateries.