A fine selection of holiday cottages, hotels, B&Bs, inns, lodges, Travelodges, Premier Inns etc located around the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland National Park. Pictured is The College Valley and a 4yr old's Barbie Doll.
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College Valley

Located in Westnewton, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 2.5 miles away.

One of the major valleys in the Cheviot Hills, Northumberland National Park. Parking at the head of the valley and a footpath leading to the 'Pennine Way' and up to the summit of 'The Cheviot'. Named after the College Bu...

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Great Hetha

Located in Westnewton, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 4.7 miles away.

Accessible hill (343 metres) in the Cheviot Hills, north Northumberland National Park. Exceptional panoramic views of this England/Scotland border region, including 'The Cheviot' which is the area's highest peak at 815 m...

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Trows Road End

Located in Alwinton, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 6.1 miles away.

'The start of The Street, an ancient drove road into Scotland'. Within the Otterburn Ranges. Cattle from Scotland were taken down this road to be sold in England...

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Harbottle Castle

Located in Harbottle, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 9.6 miles away.

Ruined castle on the edge of Northumberland National Park dating from the twelfth century. Fell into disrepair after the age of the 'Border Reivers', bands of thieves who murdered and thieved in this area (see also Tosso...

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Chillingham Castle

Located in Chillingham, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 10.3 miles away.

The 'most haunted castle in Britain'. Chillingham Castle is a short distance from the Scottish border. In 1298, King Edward I stayed at the castle on his way to fight a Scottish army led by William Wallace...

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Otterburn Ranges

Located in Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 10.4 miles away.

MOD training area with 'some of the most breathtaking views of the Northumberland National Park'. Second largest firing range in country (behind Salisbury Plain) and in use since 1911. Areas of open access and controlled...

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Flodden Battlefield

Located in Branxton, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 10.7 miles away.

A battle fought in 1513 between the English and Scottish armies at Flodden, Northumberland to the north east of the Cheviot Hills. The English army won. Said to be the largest battle ever to have taken place between the...

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Woodhouses Bastle

Located in Hepple, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 12.8 miles away.

A 'bastle' or defensible farmhouse located on the east border of Northumberland National Park. 'Bastles (defensible farmhouses) were built in response to the warring conditions which existed in the Borders during the 16t...

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River Coquet

Located in Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 12.9 miles away.

Rises in the Cheviot Hills and flows east into the North Sea by Warkworth and Amble. Attractions and locations around its course include the Otterburn Ranges, the Simonside Hills, Rothbury, Cragside House and Gardens, Br...

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Coquetdale

Located in Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 13.1 miles away.

Exceptionally beautiful area to the east of Northumberland National Park with Rothbury at its centre. River Coquet runs through the valley which is overlooked by the Simonside Hills...

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Kelso Abbey

Located in Kelso, Scottish Borders, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 14.0 miles away.

Built in the twelfth century. Kelso Abbey was a wealthy and powerful abbey in which the Scottish King James III was crowned in 1460. Owing to its location close to the English border, Kelso Abbey was frequently damaged b...

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Tosson Tower

Located in Great Tosson, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 14.3 miles away.

Ruins of fortified 'Peel Tower' used for protection against invading Scots and and bands of thieves called Border Reivers. By Simonside Hills and River Coquet with Rothbury just down the road...

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Duddo Stone Circle

Located in Duddo, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 14.8 miles away.

A prehistoric stone circle in farmland. Located in Northumberland. Five stones and fine views across to the Cheviot Hills...

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Cragside House and Gardens

Located in Rothbury, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 15.2 miles away.

First house in the world lit by hydroelectricity. Owned by Lord Armsrtong. One of Europe's largest rock gardens. England's largest tree, a Douglas-fir standing at 59 metres!. Adventure playgroud. Rare red squirrels. Now...

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Simonside Hills

Located in Rothbury, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 15.2 miles away.

Popular hiking destination in Northumberland. Within Northumberland National Park. Highest point at Tosson Hill, 440 metres above sea level. In Northumbrian folklore, malicious dwarves called duergar are said to attack w...

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Cup and Ring Marks, Simonside Hills

Located in Rothbury, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 15.8 miles away.

Prehistoric art form in the rocks of the Simonside Hills. 'This cup and ring marked rock is protected as a monument of national importance under the Ancient Monument Acts 1913 - 1953'. See Wikipedia entry, website link b...

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Jedburgh Abbey

Located in Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 15.9 miles away.

Located in the Scottish Borders, Jedburgh Abbey was founded in 1138. Jedburgh was a constant target for invading English armies and the Abbey fell into decline after the Scottish Reformation. Visitors can explore the clo...

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Norham Castle

Located in Norham, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 17.1 miles away.

Located on the north east/south east border of England/Scotland. Situated high above the River Tweed. Built from the twelfth century by the Bishop of Durham Cathedral World Heritage Site to protect the area from the Scot...

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The Barn at Beal in Winter 2010

Located in Beal, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 17.3 miles away.

Visitor Centre, Birds of Prey Centre, coffee shop, restaurant, local produce on way to Holy Island. Exquisite views east across Lindisfarne Causeway and Holy Island Sands to Lindisfarne Priory, Lindisfarne Castle and Lin...

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Alnwick Castle and Gardens

Located in Alnwick, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 17.8 miles away.

Popular with film-makers (Harry Potter, Robin Hood, Blackadder all filmed here). Home to the Percy family, the Dukes of Northumberland. The second largest inhabited castle in the UK. A short distance from the Scottish Bo...

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