Whether it be sun, sea and sand that floats your boat or discovering miles and miles of scenic countryside in a national park, Belford ticks all the boxes. Right outside the bifold doors is a garden that is a haven for birds, and you might see an inquisitive donkey or two sticking their noses over the fence.
Most places, from the local pub to the boats that sail to the Farne Islands, are pet friendly. If your little salty seadog can find his or her sea legs, then it’s all aboard to see thousands of puffins and colonies of seals less than four miles off the coast.
This location means that one day its exploring the countryside, and the other enjoying the stunning coastline with its good water quality and golden sand quite often overlooked by majestic castles. There is kayaking on the estuary and surfing in the waves at Bamburgh and if it’s not a beach-weather day, then you can climb up to the castle for refreshments at the café and a wander around this vast fortress that has stood guard high up on a craggy outcrop for 1,400 years.
The Hideaway is a retreat that promises rest and relaxation and its contemporary interior’s light and airy space lets the rural delights of the outdoors in.
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