Cedar Cabin Bed & Breakfast
Out and About in North Northumberland & Useful Links
Home to one of the world’s largest tree houses
One of the leading small venues in the north of England
The royal seat of the kings of Northumbria
Large antiquarian and second-hand bookshop located in a converted railway station
An ancient and remarkable fortress and England’s most haunted castle. Make sure to visit the tea rooms for delicious home cooked fare
The Wild Cattle of Chillingham are said to be the only survivors of the wild herds which once roamed Britain’s forests
A small fishing village and the home of the Craster kipper. From here you can walk to Dunstanburgh Castle.
A 14 century ruined fortress
Farne Islands & Seahouses
Seahouses is famous for it's fantastic fish and chips and as the launching point for boat trips to the Farne Islands which are a haven for many different types of birds of course seals
Home of the Lindisfarne Priory & Castle. Crossing times to the island can be found on the website below
Many of the above have been featured in the TV programme 'Tales from Northumberland with Robson Green'.
There is so much more to see in the local area that has not been listed above. Your only problem will be having enough time to fit it all in. Beautiful sandy beaches, a stunning coastline, wildlife, fantastic food and a wealth of history. North Northumberland really does have it all.