Take in the refreshing sea breeze and feel the sand beneath your feet while visiting Northumberland's magnificent coastline. With more than 30 miles of beaches, the Northumberland Coast is simply spectacular. Go for a stroll, eat fish and chips whilst enjoying the view at seaside towns such as Seahouses.
Northumberland Farm lies less than a mile from the sea in the North Northumberland Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty (Voted "Best UK Holiday County of the Year" at the 2018 British Travel Awards). There is a host of visitor attractions on the doorstep including the huge breeding colonies of puffins and seals on the Farne Islands as well as grand castles at Bamburgh, the Holly Island of Lindisfarne, Dunstanburgh and Alnwick.
Explore the farm in springtime and see newly born lambs gamboling in the fields next to the lodges. Beef cattle graze throughout the farm all summer long. Wildlife is very important in the area. The traditional approach to farming works in harmony with nature and gives rise to superb biodiversity. Throughout the farm there are lots of birds, plants, and insects, and other wildlife in abundance. Animals include hares, badgers, roe deer, owls, yellowhammers, merlins, kestrels, geese, swans, and buntings galore. Northumberland Farm truly is a wildlife haven!
Northumberland's coast is a giant adventure park where you can enjoy a variety of adrenaline-pumping activities such as kite and windsurfing, or coasteering. For those wanting to take things easy, you can also relax with a deckchair while your children build sandcastles and go rock pooling.
Northumberland's most northern area offers an abundance of history with the Berwick Walls and ancient battleground. Berwick-upon-Tweed has a rich culture, and inland you will find rolling hills and many beautiful villages.