Sweeping sandy beaches, rocky headlands, flower rich dunes and wild islands, steeped in 7,000 years of human history
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne – to give it its full name – is the jewel in the crown of this part of the world.
Visit the Castle and Priory and explore the national nature reserve, home to 50,000 birds.
Bamburgh has a stunning castle overlooking family friendly sands, while Warkworth’s ancient fortress stands guard over the beautiful River Coquet estuary.
The pretty harbour of Seahouses has boat trips to the Farne Islands and their seabirds and seals.
Walk the ‘prom’ at the Victorian resort of Spittal, across the river from Berwick-upon-Tweed, England’s northernmost town, set behind its Elizabethan walls.
If you’re looking for accommodation, check this out! FIRWOOD is situated to the edge of the Northumberland National Park and enjoys an idyllic and tranquil location and is within easy reach of the coast! Click on this link to find out more!