Northumberland Guide--Northumberland is a rural county in North East England, on the England-Scotland border. It contains one of the most picturesque and untouched stretches of coastline in the United Kingdom and contains rolling hills and low mountains in the sparsely populated interior. HotelsFind hotels in Corbridge, Hexham, Amble and more.
Popular in NorthumberlandCorbridgeCorbridge is a village in Northumberland. Corbridge was know to the ancient Romans as Coria, and was at one time the northernmost town of the Roman Empire.
In NorthumberlandHexhamHexham is a historic market town in Tynedale, Northumberland, UK. Situated in a beautiful wide valley between the upland North … CramlingtonCramlington is a town of 40,000 people in south-east Northumberland, United Kingdom. LindisfarneLindisfarne is situated just off the coast of Northumberland, England. It is a tidal island linked to the mainland by a causeway. AmbleAmble is a small town in Northumberland, England. Amble is easily reached by car and lies on the A1068 Coastal Route, approximately 10 miles north of Morpeth and 10 miles south of Alnwick. Northumberland National ParkNorthumberland National Parkis the most northerly park in England and covers 1030 sq kms. Cheviot HillsThe Cheviot Hills are on the northern English border with Scotland. The majority of the hills are in England, and the highest hill is the Cheviot at 815 hills host the final, northern, leg of the Pennine Way. AlnmouthAlnmouth is a beach resort town in Northumberland, England. Nearest coin laundry is in Alnwick. Berwick-upon-TweedBerwick-upon-Tweed is a historic walled town in Northumberland. It is the most northerly town in England,just 2 1/2 miles from the border and its strategic location means that it has changed hands following wars between England and Scotland a total of nine times. AlnwickAlnwick is a pretty town in Northumberland, England. Its name is pronounced 'Annick'. SeahousesSeahouses is a small town on the Northumberland is both a key tourist attraction and a working fishing port. HaltwhistleHaltwhistle is a small, but pleasant, town near Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland, England. FordFord is a village in Northumberland. perhaps because it sounds like a river crossing, it is often referred to as Ford Village and it shares a website with the neighbouring village of Etal. HeatherslawHeatherslaw is a village in Northumberland. By car: Lies on the B6354 between Ford and Etal Villages. The Farne IslandsThe Farne Islands are off the Northumberland coast in England. They are a haven for seabirds and seals. AshingtonAshington is a town in Northumberland, England. The Arriva bus company run services from Newcastle to Ashington throughout the day and late into the evening. NorhamNorham is a village in Northumberland, England. It is home to Norham Castle, a romantically ruined castle, immortalised by Turner and Sir Walter Scott alike.
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