There is a variety of forests, valleys, lakes and a remote coast, the range of attractions is ideal for a getaway. This county also has more than its fair share of fortifications. Aydon, Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh and Lowther castles are just a few of the best ones to see. There are a great range of dog friendly days out in Northumberland that you have to try!
Roman-built Hadrian’s Wall
crosses Northumberland. Peppered with forts, monuments and sites this incredible barrier is famous around the world. Many walk the full 73 miles over the course of a week, but smaller routes are just as exciting and take just a few hours to complete.
Alnwick is a pretty market town. There’s a castle here and a popular gardens with a poison plant area, fairy tale trail and a famous huge tree house.
Seahouses is a large fishing village with a harbour. This is the place to catch a boat to Farne Island, or to go on a whale-watching tour. Dolphins and porpoises are also often seen in the seas here, and doggies can go on some of the trips too.
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