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Alnwick, Corbridge, Heddon on the Wall, Aydon Castle, Chesters Roman Fort, Hexham Old Gaol, North East England, Northumberland, Hadrians Wall, historic town of Hexham, Whitley Bay, Bamburgh, North East of England, Northumberland's heritage coast, coastal resort of Seahouses, Holy Island, with it's stunning Lindisfarne Castle, Ferry crossings, England, Hull, Harwich, Newcastle, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Hexham Abbey, Durham Cathedral, the old Roman town of Corstopitum, Aydon Castle and Hadrian's Wall with exhibitions, Chesters Roman Fort and Hexham Old Gaol; of Alnwick, with its Castle and Gardens, the foot of the A686 which leads to the Hartside Pass, surrounded by heritage sites including Hadrian's Wall, National Trust Properties, The Lake District, Carlise Castle and fantastic long sandy beaches, Ideally placed for exploring Hadrian's Wall, Alnwick Castle & Gardens, Hexham, the Scottish Borders and this beautiful area of Wild Redesdale. There are a host of fantastic places to eat out just a short walk or ride away from tearooms, to traditional pubs to award winning restaurants.village of Meldon near Morpeth, with fantastic views of Northumberland, Bolam Lake Country Park, Wallington Hall, Druridge Bay and 20 miles to Newcastle upon Tyne.f Rothbury, on the outskirts of the Northumberland National Park and surrounded by outstanding scenery and magnificent views, In the heart of the beautiful Coquet Valley, just two minutes away is the National Trust property of Cragside House and Country Park, built by the First Lord Armstrong and famous as the first house in the world to be lit entirely by hydro-electricity. Within an easy ride to the Cheviot Hills, Brinkburn Priory, Stone Age rock art at Lordenshaws and as Northumberland boasts more castles and fortified houses than any other English County… Castles galore such as Alnwick, (referred to as The Windsor of the North), Bamburgh, Walkworth and the spectacular cliff-top ruins of Dunstanburgh.