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Northumberland has more castles than any other county in England..
See our recommended Northumberland towns and villages below, along with our listed Northumberland attractions, and Northumberland hotels and holiday cottages.
Recommended towns & villages to visit in Northumberland
Alnmouth lies on a coastline famed for its outstanding natural beauty, thus one of its greatest pleasures is found in wandering the coastal paths enjoying uninterrupted sea and coastal views...
Blanchland, Northumberland is a village located close to the Derwentwater reservoir in Durham and Hexham in Northumberland...
Craster is a quiet and unspoiled fishing village in Northumberland, famous for its Kippers and beautiful cliff scenery..
The bay is a major attraction, often lively with fishing cobbles and pleasure craft, it is also a haven for sun-bathers...All Northumberland towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Northumberland
Not a great deal remains of Etal Castle other than evocative ruins. It began as a three storey tower house built around 1342 for.....
The strange, mystic atmosphere of Lindisfarne remains evocative of the time when holy men trod its shores rather than the birds.....
The Northumberland National Park is surely Northumberland's special blessing. It is an area of wild, desolate moorland and dark,.....All Northumberland AttractionsCastles in NorthumberlandNorthumberland Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
Chapel Street in Penzance is home to many tales of the past including the first announcement of Nelson's victory at Trafalgar from the minstrel's gallery in the Union Hotel. Local fishermen had learnt of the fact from the ship hurrying to Falmouth to bring the news officially to Britain. The house at no. 25 Chapel Street was home to Maria Branwell before she moved to Yorkshire , married the Reverend Patrick Bronte and became mother to the famous Bronte family. She never lost her love of Cornwall, as she lay on her death bed she had the maid prop her up so she could watch the maid clear and prepare the grate as she did it the same way as it was done all those years ago, the Cornish way.
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