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Northumberland: A Sparsely Populated but Exciting Destination in Northern England

Northumberland is the northern-most county in England. It's more secluded than many other destinations in the United Kingdom, and there are only 62 people per square kilometre. Northumberland's historic attractions, festivals and delicious foods are just some of the things that make it have a healthy tourism industry that includes many hotels. Some of the area's local traditions are unlike those found elsewhere. One of them, the rapper sword dance, is a type of clog-step jig that was initially popular within mining communities when hard-working miners needed breaks from unearthing coal.

Visit the Unspoilt North Pennines

Characterised by gorgeous waterfalls and spacious, bluish-green moors, the North Pennines area has been officially designated as an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” within England. As you might expect from that description, it's a great place for enjoying wildlife. In particular, over 80 percent of the country's black grouse population lives there. Besides watching for birds, spend time at the Derwent Reservoir. It's a boundary that spans over 400 hectares between Northumberland and Northern Durham, and a well-known habitat for trout that weigh up to 20 pounds. During your time in the North Pennines district, stop at Allendale, a quaint village of less than a few thousand residents that has been recognised for its high quality of life and active local economy. There are several pubs to check out, characterised by distinctive beverages and warm hospitality. Some of them may even serve locally produced beers, such as those from the Allendale Brewery. Be sure to enjoy at least one before going back your hotel.

Check Out Picturesque Points of Interest

Northumberland is full of historic places that have fascinating stories to tell. One of them is Bamburgh Castle. It's one of the oldest still-inhabited structures of its kind. Located 45 metres above sea level, the castle rests on a base of volcanic stone. During the Victorian era, an industrialist named William Armstrong purchased it, and the castle remains in his family. This rugged castle is popular with tourists who come to see things like the castle keep. It's the oldest part of the attraction, and construction began in 1164. The library and medieval kitchen are also worth admiring. You might also go to Cragside House, which was once the home of an engineer named Lord Armstrong who was known for his innovation in landscaping and gardening. Featuring elegant Victorian architecture, his home was built in 1863 and became the first in the world to be run with hydroelectric power. While exploring the Cragside grounds, breathe in fresh air while meandering through extensive walking paths for various ability levels.

Take Part in a Northumberland Festival

Northumberland's visitors often come to enjoy some of its many festivals. You might choose to book tickets for the Lindisfarne Festival, which celebrates the area's music and culture scene for several days in late August or early September. Taking place opposite Holy Island, this exciting event gives visitors opportunities to see talented singers and bands, via a line-up that emphasises the indie and underground scene. A notable thing about this festival is it allows camping for the duration for the event. With that in mind, many attendees temporarily pitch tents and remain on the grounds rather than staying in their hotels. You could also tantalise your taste buds by going to the Berwick Food and Beer Festival. With a focus on local producers, this festival offers plenty to eat, courtesy of dozens of stalls showcasing everything from artisan cheese to savoury sausages. Normally occurring in early autumn, the Northumberland festival also has cookery demonstrations, food-related film screenings, and an animal farm.

Delight Your Kids in Northumberland

Even the pickiest kids find lots to love about Northumberland. Encourage little ones to get rid of excess energy by spending time at the Kielder Water and Forest Park. In addition to the largest man-made lake in Northern Europe, the park features England's largest working forest, which spans over 250 square miles. This attraction is also known for excellent stargazing opportunities, so you may let the kids stay up past their bedtimes to try and spot well-known constellations on clear nights. Also, plan a day away from your hotel courtesy of an excursion to Beadnell Bay. It offers a crescent-shaped beach filled with soft sand that's excellent for building impromptu castles or playing lawn games. Interestingly, Beadnell Bay has the England's only west-facing harbour on the East Coast. Many dedicated fishermen frequent it hoping to get lucky and catch wild salmon. After enjoying a relaxing day at the beach, head to the nearby village for dinner. Besides local seafood, cuisine choices range from pizza to steak.

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    Hotel Hotel Classic Lodges Marshall Meadows Berwick-upon-Tweed

    Surrounded by 15 acres of stunning gardens and set in an eye-catching Georgian country house from the 17th century, Hotel Classic Lodges Marshall Meadows is a charm-filled retreat in Berwick-upon-Tweed. The hotel benefits from a restaurant, elegant rooms and complimentary breakfast. With traditional style, each room at Hotel Classic Lodges Marshall Meadows offers luxurious en-suite facilities. Additional room amenities include fresh towels, free toiletries, ironing equipment and a digital TV. Plenty of on-site parking is available to use free of charge. For those requiring an internet connection, the hotel also offers complimentary Wi-Fi access. At the Borders Restaurant, the menu changes on a daily basis and always incorporates the finest, locally sourced, seasonal produce. Guests can also enjoy freshly brewed coffee from the hotel's lounge, or sample a refreshing alcoholic beverage in the bar. Known as the most northerly hotel in England, the property is just a 13-minute walk from the Scottish Border. Berwick-upon-Tweed town centre is less than three miles away. more

    Hotel Caroline House Berwick-upon-Tweed

    Situated in Spittal, close to Berwick-upon-Tweed, Caroline House is a family-run Bed & Breakfast. It lies a couple of minutes' walk from the beach. Guestrooms come with hairdryers, work desks, flatscreen TVs and tea and coffee-making facilities. Some are en suite and others have private, external bathrooms. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available at this smoke-free hotel. Guests can park for free nearby. A wide breakfast selection, made from locally sourced produce, is on offer each morning, including a full English option or fresh fruit, cereal, yoghurt and toast. Caroline House is a five-minute drive from the middle of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Local attractions include Berwick-upon-Tweed Town Hall, Old Bridge, Shielfield Park, The Maltings Theatre and Cinema and Royal Tweed Bridge. All of these are under two miles away. more

    Hotel The Island View Inn Berwick-upon-Tweed

    The 1-star Cat Inn is situation on the A1 just south of the beautiful Border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Built in 1740 as a farmhouse, The Cat Inn is still a perfect place to rest, enjoy good quality & value food, a homely family atmosphere and of course a beverage of two from the cosy bar. The Inn has six en-suite rooms for you to choose from. All rooms have a TV and complimentary toiletries and tea & coffee making facilities. Bedrooms at the front of the building can enjoy views of the coast, Holy Island and the surrounding Cheviot Hills. As well as the homemade chips becoming popular, the breakfast is certainly very popular - a hearty cooked (Boarders) breakfast to set you up for the day. Local or Scottish produce is used as far as possible, representing the location and mixed heritage as well as supporting local businesses. In addition to the standard menu, there are often daily specials, many of which utilise seasonal delights. A more personalised menu can also be offered on quieter nights and for those who have dietary requirements. The Cat Inn is an excellent location for exploring the area and the Scottish Borders, or holding your private party for that special occasion or just simply a night with friends. more

    Hotel Hotel The Kings Arms Berwick-upon-Tweed

    Hotel The Kings Arms Berwick-Upon-Tweed Hotel is situated around 45 minutes from Alnwick Castle and features contemporary styled rooms and brand new refurbished interiors. Each room features an en suite bathroom with free toiletries and a hair dryer on request, while guests can also enjoy the digital TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Hotel The Kings Arms Berwick-Upon-Tweed Hotel features conference facilities for guests on business, while free public parking is available nearby. Wi-Fi is available throughout this hotel. Limoncello Restaurant offers guests lunch and dinner in a friendly atmosphere, while a range of wines are also available. There is also a bar and lounge area to relax in. Guests can take a 3 minute walk to The Maltings Theatre and Cinema, while Goswick Links Golf Club is 5.1 miles away. Paxton House is just 4 miles from this hotel. more

    Hotel The Rob Roy Inn Berwick-upon-Tweed

    Property Location With a stay at The Rob Roy Inn in Berwick-upon-Tweed (Tweedmouth), you\'ll be minutes from Royal Tweed Bridge and close to Old Bridge. This 4-star inn is within close proximity of The Maltings Theatre and Cinema and Shielfield Park.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms featuring DVD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and both irons/ironing boards and cribs/infant beds are available on request.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Rob Roy Inn. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.With a stay at The Rob Roy Inn in Berwick-upon-Tweed (Tweedmouth), you\'ll be minutes from Royal Tweed Bridge and close to Old Bridge more

    Hotel The Old School House Mordington Berwick-upon-Tweed

    A beautiful old 1840 school master's house, which has changed little over the years, and is set in the countryside just 3.5 miles from Berwick, so just ten minutes away off the A6105 (Duns road). This is a unique and extremely quiet location with spectacular views. A family room is available which sleeps up to four people; and a single bedroom is available also. A full breakfast is included in the amazingly reasonable tariffs which include substantial discounts for children. There is a beautiful sitting room available and guests may also browse the 4000 book library, where breakfast is served. more