Use our Northumberland Travel Guide to plan your next Holiday in Northumberland
Our Northumberland Travel Guide includes… Places to stay, things to do and walks in Northumberland
The northernmost county in England, Northumberland is also one of the most beautiful. Its coastline is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; it has a stunning National Park and its own World Heritage Site, Hadrian’s Wall.
The historical significance of Northumberland is evident across the region. From the remnants of Hadrian’s Wall to the market town of Alnwick, complete with its own 11th century castle, to the coastal village of Bamburgh, the hub of Northumbria (as it was formally known) during the medieval era.
Visiting Northumberland would be incomplete without a scenic walk through the moors and dales of the North Pennines, whilst cyclists can get their adrenaline pumping along one of the tracks at Kielder Water or Forest Park during their holiday in Northumberland.
Northumberland is a great choice for a variety of different holidays; whether you’re looking for a rural retreat complete with unique flora and fauna or a holiday by the sea accompanied by unspoilt coastline, you can find a diverse range of scenery in Northumberland. Find your holiday inspiration with our Northumberland Travel Guide.