Places to stay in Northumberland

Northumberland England holiday, hotel and travel guide, offering accurate information on Northumberland hotels, lodges, camping sites guesthouses, bed and breakfasts and places to stay in Northumberland. All you need to know about Englands Northumberland for a holiday or a business trip, weather, currency, moblie phone networks, internet, electricity, as well as booking of accommodation, hotels, camp sites and more around all of Northumberland England.

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Places to stay in Northumberland


Northumberland is England's most northern county, a magical place filled with ancient castles, golden sand beaches, rolling hills, rugged moorland and friendly little Northumberland towns and villages. Northumberland, also called Northumbria is often referred to as 'The Best Kept Secret' in England and covers an area of some 1935 square miles. Adjacent with the Scottish Borders and the North Sea, the 100 mile long Northumberland Coast is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Sweeping from the historic town of Berwick upon Tweed in the north, to the village of Tynemouth with its golden sands and rolling surf, in the south. Northumberland's Heritage Coast is a popular holiday area, both for day visits and as a main holiday, being easily reached by both private and public transport. With the Northumberland Coastal Route providing access to the many towns and villages located along this magnificent stretch of coastline. Much of the area is unpopulated, tranquil, with mile-after-mile of clean and safe award-winning golden sandy beaches, quiet country lanes and an unequalled sense of freedom. The Northumberland Coast has much to offer all visitors, including Dramatic Castles, including Holy Island Castle, Bamburgh Castle and Dunstanburgh Castle and traditional seaside towns, charming villages and hamlets. For lovers of wildlife, majestic Holy Island, the Farne Islands and Coquet Island. Interesting shops and markets, restaurants, cafes, coffee shops and quaint pubs. The exciting sport of kitesurfing, a combination of wind, waves and beautiful golden sandy beaches is now active on the Northumberland Coast. Beaches used for this fast-growing sport include Budle Bay, Bamburgh beach, Beadnell Bay and Druridge Bay. Courses and lessons are available seven days a week, all year round, are taught by Kevin Anderson, a qualified British Kite Surfing Association (BKSA) instructor, these catering to both groups and individuals.






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