Northumberland coastal hotels
Northumberland is England’s most northern county, a magical destination filled with old castles, golden sand beaches, moving mountains, rugged moorland and friendly little Northumberland towns and villages.
Apart from unlimited walks, hill cycling, fishing and all that nature provides on home of Riverdale Hall Hotel, additionally there are numerous attractions locally, an array of that is under:
Bellingham History Centre
This small Museum and history Centre houses artefacts, photographs, maps, drawings and documents tracking the history and customs associated with North Tyne Valley and Redesdale. Shows through the Border Counties Railway, Border Reivers, WP Collier Photographer, mining, farming like the Stannersburn Smithy, heritage and dental record. The history Centre in addition provides general public access to a computerised database of historical pictures in addition to a database of regional family members names.
Kielder Liquid and Woodland Park
Home to northern Europe’s largest man-made lake and England’s biggest woodland, Kielder liquid & Forest Park is regarded as Northumberland’s most useful attractions.
It is perfect for people or families that love nature, water sports, exploring, walking, biking and many other things.
Kielder liquid & Forest Park features mile upon mile of purpose-built tracks including forest walks for all your family and dedicated hill bicycle songs. The Lakeside Way is a 26 mile multi-user trail, suited to walkers, cyclists, horse riders and wheelchair people, that encircles the shoreline of Kielder liquid.
Where you can get
You could find all you need to find out about Kielder liquid & woodland Park including its history at Tower Knowe Visitor Centre or go to Kielder Castle, the previous searching lodge for the Duke of Northumberland, which today hosts a visitor centre, memorial and exhibitions.
Browse Kielder Water Birds of Prey Centre based at Leaplish Waterside Park, the center cares for a whole host of wild birds including owls, falcons and vultures plus fallow deer and wallabies.