Northumberland Out and About
Cycling - bring your own bikes as secure storage can be provided.
Golf - the nearest golf course is Goswick Golf Course which is about 3 miles. Secure storage for clubs & equipment is provided.
Walking - on the coast and National Park. Get off the beaten track and visit the lesser known parts of our wonderful county. Boot and wet gear storage is provided. For our recommended dog walks download Meg's 4 Paw Guide to Walks in Northumberland
Birdwatching - an abundance of peaceful birdwatching sites including budle Bay and the Farne Islands
Visit gardens - from Capability Brown to Gertrude Jeykll we've got them all!
Horse riding - Haggerston Stables offers beach riding as well as beginner's hacks
Fishing nearby - secure storage for fishing tackle and freezer for your catch.
Northumberland. "Good for the mind, body and spirit". Robson Green
Places to Eat
The area has a range of pubs, cafes, restaurants, take-aways:
The Lindisfarne Inn - pub offering wholesome food all day ££ dogs, cyclists, walkers welcome, free wifi
The Barn at Beal - Holy Island Approach road (mainland) ££ and the Bothy micro-pub (dogs welcome in the pub)
The Ship, Low Newton - micro brewery and rustic restaurant specialising in locally produced food. booking essential at busy times . ££ Dogs welcome
The Black Bull Lowick - Recently fully refurbished and re-opened offering tea shop and restaurant ££
Foulis Fish and Chips - Tweedmouth, Berwick Upon Tweed. Takeaway £
Out and About in Northumberland
Watch the video about North Northumberland: It's It Our Nature...through the seasons
Holy Island of Lindisfarne: Do remember that Holy Island is tidal and the tides cannot be beaten - even with a 4 x 4. To be safe please check the safe daily crossing times before you set off.
Berwick on Tweed area: L S Lowry Trail, The Hayloft Gallery at Paxton House. It contains the pre-eminent Scottish collection of Chippendale furniture and acts as an outstation of the National Galleries of Scotland.
The Northumberland coastline has more than its fair share of amazing castles: Bamburgh Castle, Warkworth Castle and Dunstanburgh Castle. These are within easy reach of Corbett Cottage. These three are all on the Heritage Coastal Route. Lindisfarne Priory is also a must see.
Farne Island boat trips offer the opportunity to visit a fascinating site. As well as being the most famous sea bird sanctuary in the UK, there is also a large colony of grey seals. www.farne-islands.com
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