Ross Back Sands is 3 miles of sandy quiet beach with dunes that sticks out between Holy Island and Budle Bay. Can be very windy due to is exposed position although the sand dunes can provide a good wind break. You can see Lindisfarne Castle to the north and Bamburgh read more
Embleton Bay is one of Northumberland’s many fine beaches. The beach is dominated by Dunstanburgh Castle which stands on the south cliffs of the bay. Embleton Bay beach is sandy with rock pools at low tide and is very popular with walkers and families. No facilities and access is from read more
Wyndgrove House is located in the quiet conservation area of North Sunderland, only 10 minutes’ walk from the harbour and beaches. All the light spacious rooms have been refurbished with king-size beds and fresh, modern décor.
In the centre of Alnwick, this 300-year-old coaching inn is a short walk from Alnwick Castle and Gardens. Its restaurant’s decor was salvaged from the Titanic’s sister ship.
Waterford Lodge Hotel is situated on the River Wansbeck, close to the centre of Morpeth, and with good transport links to Newcastle.
The Kings Arms Hotel is located on Hide Hill in the centre of Berwick upon Tweed. An 18th-century hotel, it was once visited by Charles Dickens, Lewis Carol and The Beatles.
England’s most northerly hotel, just 300 yards from the Scottish Border, the Marshall Meadows is set in 15 acres woodland gardens and boasts sea views and good food.
The Black Bull Hotel is a 17th Century Inn standing in the main street of Wooler.It still retains much of its original character and is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of Northumberland.
This YHA hostel is set in a beautifully converted 240-year-old former granary. This Grade II listed building offers self-catering accommodation with private bathrooms and an art gallery.
In the charming village of Bamburgh, The Sunningdale is just 5 minutes’ walk from a magnificent castle and scenic coastline. It offers a restaurant that uses local produce and bright rooms with free Wi-Fi.
In the heart of historical Bamburgh, The Victoria Hotel features a brasserie restaurant and free Wi-Fi. The elegant en suite rooms feature LCD TVs and tea/coffee facilities, and some rooms have views of Bamburgh Castle.
Set in an 18th-century coaching inn in the quaint town of Wooler, The Tankerville serves local, seasonal produce on its restaurant menu. The Cheviot Hills are within a 10-minute walk and offer stunning hilltop views across the area.