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#1 of 2 things to do in Ingram
The waterfall itself is worth a visit it was a quiet day when we went and sat at the riverside had our picnic and listened to and watched the birds and the sound of the waterfall was very soothing.
Cars can get to the farm and you’ll need to park up and walk.

Sycamore Gap

Northumberland National Park, UK 9.4 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Northumberland National Park
Walk from Housesteads car park and combine with a fort visit and the round trip is a 5.5 mile reasonable hike with fantastic views to infinity and beyond....
... walk , was good to see family's out enjoying the walk , it did start to rain so as any walk be prepared for the weather , nice few hours with great scenery will deffo come back here and do some more of the wall
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Bailiffgate Museum and Gallery

Alnwick, UK 10.5 mi away
#4 of 33 things to do in Alnwick
The icing on the cake (for me at least) was the exhibition in the top floor featuring original art from the illustrated editions of the Harry Potter novels, which was both unexpected and rather wonderful.
The museum is spotlessly clean, great value for money and well worth a visit.

The Black Swan Hotel

Belford, UK 12.4 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Belford
... we had a meal there on our last night and it was excellent , well cooked and presented and so tasty, the pub is dog friendly and the locals are lovely ,the two doges that live there alfie and dillon were so fr...
A really welcoming, dog friendly pub doing really good Sunday lunch, a great choice and some lovely home made desserts.

Cheviot Hills

Wooler, UK 12.2 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Wooler
... village its a short drive past houses then narrow road into the countryside.Come across a good size car park on the right.There are many walks starting from here.Long walks for the fit and agile or a lovely sh...
... places to hike...it offers a bleak kind of beauty that's rare in these days, you can hike from the car park and head over the hills without seeing another person for hours (or in my case until the following da...
#9 of 33 things to do in Alnwick
The castle ruins are well worth a visit and easily accessible.
It is well worth a visit, as the construction mainly dates back to the 11th and 12th Centuries, especially so as I have never seen a fortified tower in a Church before, which was to protect the priest and villager...

Brinkburn Priory

Rothbury, UK 12.7 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Rothbury
English Heritage site, nice tucked away little place , car park about 10 mins walk away , beautifully restored chapel and a Manor house that appears to be in the stages of restoration .... would recommend this place
a lovely relaxing stroll down a leafy lane,and time to sit, soak up the atmosphere, or in my case, listen to the birds and the river in the sunshine

Lundgren Tours

Woodhorn, UK 10.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Woodhorn
From my perspective, he provided a great mix of sightseeing giving us all the relevant historical backgrounds and casual down to earth entertainment, such as walking along the beach, playing ball games or having a...
... with all his facts about the history of Alnwick and of course his extensive knowledge of Harry Potter related facts Everything was done at the group's pace and there was lots of time to do your own thing inc...

The Narrow Nick

Rothbury, UK 9.2 mi away
#3 of 16 things to do in Rothbury
I would highly recommend this place to anyone keen on a brilliant micro pub that’s friendly and has a great choice of drinks.
I was travelling alone and was made very welcome by the owner and his regulars - well worth a visit if in town
#3 of 6 things to do in Belford
The pilgrims way causeway walk to holy island is a walk I have always promised myself I would do as it is one carried out by pilgrims over the last 1000 years and is quite unique in that you can do it barefoot.
I did two walks with Patrick last week, the highlight of which was the Pilgrims Walk to Holy Island.
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Cragside House and Gardens

Rothbury, UK 9.1 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Rothbury
What a fantastic national trust property this really is , amazing house fascinating experiments and engineering firsts a must see , the visitors centre is also great with a lovely shop and cafe well worth a visit.
Wonderful place to visit, we were really fortunate with the weather but regardless the surrounding walks in the forests and gardens are beautiful and there is a great deal of history in the house on Lord Armstrong...

Preston Tower

Chathill, UK 11.8 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Chathill
Well worth a visit and our Beagle enjoyed the climb to the top.
Well worth a visit if your in the area!

Pots & Paws

Rothbury, UK 9.3 mi away
#4 of 16 things to do in Rothbury
Been here a few times now for various ornaments or furniture items for our new extension, price of the items is excellent, great value, lovely shop with lots of different quirky items.
I would just like to write this review to let everyone know that this shop has some quirky lovely gifts to be had for your home, Michelle the shop manager is very pleasant and will try and help as much as possible...

Hulne Park

Alnwick, UK 9.7 mi away
#13 of 33 things to do in Alnwick
Take a leisurely walk around Hulne Park (there are different walks and different lengths for each walk) and you'll be amazed at such beautiful, breath taking scenery.
Suitable footwear during inclement weather when walking down by the river is also advisable, otherwise paths are well established and some are part of the roads going through the park.

Church of the Holy Trinity

Berwick upon Tweed, UK 4.8 mi away
#17 of 30 things to do in Berwick upon Tweed