Northumberland has a diverse geography. It is low and flat near the North Sea coast and increasingly mountainous toward the northwest. When luxury camping in this area, there is plenty to explore in the area, especially with Areas Of Outstanding Natural Beauty such as the National Park and Coast. Explore the area on the beautiful hiking and biking trails that await your visit. Also good to know, Northumberland has won Gold at the 2018 British Travel Awards and has picked up the coveted title of “Best UK Holiday County of the Year”.
Northumberland Farm lies less than a mile from the sea in the North Northumberland AONB (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 Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Dunstanburgh and Alnwick. Discover the beauty of the Northumberland Coast.
The traditional approach to farming works in harmony with nature and gives rise to superb biodiversity throughout the farm with lots of birds, plants, and insects, and other wildlife in abundance… hares, badgers, roe deer, owls, yellowhammers, merlins, kestrels, geese, swans, and buntings galore. Northumberland Farm truly is a wildlife haven! You’ll be able to enjoy a relaxing family holiday at this unique coastal location.
Your hosts will tell you some stories about the farm and the surrounding area, including offering some tips to explore the area yourself. You are welcome to watch the farms while they're working or even help with things such as feeding the animals.