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'The Hytte' written in graphical font

Accessible self-catering holiday cottage in Northumberland
Situated at Bingfield near Hexham Northumberland

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Northumberland Countryside
Graeme Peacock, One North East
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Hadrian's Wall
Graeme Peacock
One North East

On the edge of the Northumberland National park, visit Hadrian's Wall, Stunning Gardens and Country Estates, Heritage Coastline and Magnificent Coutryside. You can explore the ancient market town of Hexham with its magnificent 12th century abbey.

Northumberland National Park - 400 square miles of rolling hills, freedom and fresh air, best described as England's last wilderness.

Hadrian's Wall built nearly 2000 years ago. Today, a World Heritage site. The northern frontier of the Mighty Roman Empire.

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The Alnwick Garden
Graeme Peacock, One North East

Northumberland contains some of England's most spectacular gardens, often set around the finest country houses.
The Alnwick Garden is one of the UK's most innovative and spectacular garden projects. There are several National Trust and English Heritage properties in the area.

Northumbria's turbulent past is evident with more castles, bastles and pele towers than anywhere in the country. Including Alnwick Castle the setting for Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter films and the magnificent coastal Bamburgh Castle. Durham's Raby Castle includes 200-acre deer park and carriage collection.

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Bamburgh Castle,
Michael Busselle, One North East

Northumberland boasts one of the most stunning coastlines in England - designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and recognized as a Heritage Coastline.

Painting by Local Artist Mary Ann Rogers
Rede Valley
Local Artist
Mary Ann Rogers

With 3,000 miles of sign-posted footpaths, Northumberland offers a paradise for walkers. Hadrian's Wall path is 84 miles long and stretches coast to coast from Wallsend in the East to Bowness-on-Solway in the West.

Northumberland has excellent cycle paths of every type, including The Coast and Castle Route, covering 80 miles of the coastline and Hadrian's Cycleway, which passes along the entire length of Hadrian's Wall.

Farmers markets locally produced food
Farmers markets aim to encourage, support and develop the aspirations of its members to produce the finest food and drink the region can offer.

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