Location Northumberland

Northumberland Lodges

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Otterburn Hall Lodges
  • Sleep 4 to 6
  • Hot Tubs
  • Pet Friendly
  • On-site facilities at Otterburn Hall 
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Percy Wood Country Park, Swarland
  • Lodges sleep up to 6
  • Pet Friendly
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Pay and Play Golf Course
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Eastfield Hall Lodges, Warkworth
  • Sleeps 6
  • Off road parking
  • Garden
  • Close to Beach
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Holme Lodges, Longframlington
  • Sleep 2 or 4
  • Pet Friendly
  • Off-road parking
  • Wi-Fi
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Brada Quarry Park, Bamburgh
  • Sleep 6 or 8
  • Pet Friendly options
  • Near Beach
  • Off road parking
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Restharrow Lodge, Bamburgh
  • Sleeps up to 8
  • Hot Tub
  • Pet Friendly
  • Near Beach
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Best Things To Do In Northumberland

Offering an excellent blend of beautiful coastline and countryside, Northumberland is the perfect location for a short break or family holiday. Whether you plan a walking trip or romantic retreat relaxing in the countryside, Northumberland offers something for everyone.

Hadrian’s Wall

Explore the remains of the Roman Emperor by walking along the famous Hadrian’s Wall. The wall was the defence for around 300 years which was built by the Roman. The wall is 73 miles long running from Wallsend to Bowness-on-Solway. It is a World Heritage Site and full of walking trails and forts for you to explore. 

 Alnwick Castle

Visit the castle where Harry Potter has been filmed! Alnwick Castle is one of the most iconic castles in the UK, located in Northumberland and perfect for a family day out. Explore the castle and grounds at all times of the year. There are daily tours, museums, exhibits, gardens, daily activities, special events and even broomstick training for Harry Potter fans.

Dark Sky Park

Take advantage of the open countryside by visiting the Dark Sky Park for some stargazing! The Northumberland International Dark Sky Park is the largest area of the protected night sky in Europe making it the best place to stargaze in England. Whilst you’re on your holiday in Northumberland, make the most of very low light pollution and see up to 2,000 stars at one time!

 Bamburgh Castle

When visiting Northumberland, Bamburgh Castle is a must. Located on the coast, the castle provides stunning views of the surrounding beach and sea. Visitors can step inside one of the biggest inhabited castles in England and explore the staterooms, kings hall, the armoury, and the keep as well as several museums and the surrounding grounds. You will be stunned by the views when walking around the grounds, 45 meters above sea level which offer panoramic views of the northeast coastline. 

 Woodhorn Museum

The Woodhorn Museums was once the site for a coal mine which has been turned into a museum and heritage centre for local relics and art. The museum is a great chance for the whole family to learn more about the local history of Northumberland. Exploring the museum and take part in the Colliery Experience exhibition and Coal Town exhibition where you will see some of the original buildings from the Woodhorn Colliery’s pit.


Amble is a beautiful seaport town in Northumberland. When visiting Northumberland, Amble is a great place to visit. Enjoy a walk along the waterfront, indulge in some tasty fish and chips or ice cream and even go on a Puffin Cruise where you see the adorable birds that nest on coquet island. There is also a local market every Sunday where you can pick up some bargains and local treats.  

Diggerland Durham

Diggerland is the ultimate adventure UK Theme park experience…where children and adults alike can ride, drive and operate REAL diggers, dumpers and other full-size construction machinery. Located in Kent, Devon, Durham and Yorkshire, your closest Diggerland UK Theme park is the perfect destination for action, fun and thrill packed family days out. Book your ticket online at https://www.diggerland.com/

Holy Island of Lindisfarne 

Also known as Holy Island, Holy Island of Lindisfarne is a small island off the coast of the northeast of England. The island a popular day out when visiting the county of Northumberland. Time your visit right as the island gets cut off twice a day from the surrounding fast tides and drive over the causeway to visit this beautiful and historic island. The island has plenty for visitors to explore including the Lindisfarne Priory, Lindisfarne Castle which dominates the island and quaint village. Holy Island is a popular spot for walking and exploring with friends and family.

Kirkley Hall Zoo

For some family fun, visit Kirkley Hall Zoo where you can see over a wide range of animals from meerkats, donkeys and bearded dragons to lemurs, wallabies, and fish. There is also an activity centre where brave family members can rock climb or fly on the 120m zip wire. The Kirkley Hall Zoo is great fun for all ages and offers special animal and zoo-keeper experiences to make your trip even more memorable. 

Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens

You will have plenty to see and do when you visit Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens. Explore the history and culture in the Grand Grecian Hall and Medieval Castle before enjoying a walk through the enchanting gardens and tea and cake in the Victoria Tearoom. Perfect for a day out in Northumberland with the whole family, Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens is a great choice all year round.

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