Days out in North Northumberland


  

North Northumberland stretches along the Scottish border, from the rugged countryside and rolling hills of the Cheviots to the beautiful sandy beaches on the coast. The area has a turbulent history, involved in many battles and skirmishes with the Scots. This is evidenced by the large number of castles (most are now ruins) and historical areas. The Cheviot Hills, which include the Northumberland National Park are popular with hikers and walkers but are also ideal for short walks. The North northumberland Coast boasts breathtaking stretches of unspoilt and quiet sandy beaches.

Below are places that we have visited, including some of our photographs. You can view All Places or any of the individual places listed below. I have also added some links to other websites. I hope you enjoy visiting them as much as we have. If you are interested in walking please visit the Short Walks in Northumberland and Short Walks in the Cheviot Hills Pages.

Towns and Villages
Ancroft
Bamburgh
Berwick-Upon-Tweed
Duddo
Etal
Ford
Horncliffe
Ingram
Norham
Seahouses
Wooler


Beaches and Coast
Bamburgh
Bamburgh Beach
Berwick-Upon Tweed
Cheswick Sands
Cocklawburn Beach
Holy Island
The Farne Islands
Seahouses
Spittal Beach


Castles and Towers

Bamburgh Castle
Berwick Castle
Duddo Tower
Etal Castle
Ford Castle
Lindisfarne Castle
Norham Castle
Twizel Castle


Abbeys and Priories

Lindisfarne Priory


Rivers and Bridges
River Breamish
Berwick Bridge
River Till
River Tweed
Ladykirk and Norham Bridge
Royal Border Bridge
Royal Tweed Bridge
Twizel Bridge
Union Chain Bridge
Whiteadder Water



Hills and National Parks

Cheviot Hills
Northumberland National Park


Other Places of Interest
Chain Bridge Honey Farm
Ford and Etal Estate
Holy Island

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