Here are links to some other websites you may find useful.
- Alnwick Castle
Alnwick Castle is the second largest inhabited castle in England is also famous now as a film set for Harry Potter.
- Alnwick Garden
The Alnwick Garden is an exciting contemporary garden, a magical landscape created from a unique idea.
- Bamburgh Castle
Perched on a basalt outcrop at the very edge of the North Sea, Bamburgh arguably possesses the finest location of any English castle.
- Border Reivers
For 300 years, Scottish and English borderers endured violence and treachery, murder and arson, raiding and theft, living in constant fear and misery. This is their story.
- English Heritage
Eglish Heritage are custodians of several local historical sites, including Dunstanburgh Castle and Lindisfarne.
- Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall ranks as one of the finest remnants of Roman Britain.
- Kimmerston Riding Centre
Kimmerston Riding Centre, just four miles from Akeld Manor, offers horse riding in the Cheviot Hills and on Holy Island in Northumberland.
- North Country Roads
This website offers a unique tour of the country roads and shady lanes of Northumberland.
- Northumberland National Park
Northumberland National Park contains some of the finest open country in Britain.
- Shepherd's Walks
This award winning site details walks throughout Northumberland, Cumbria and the Scottish Borders. Each of the walks has been written and researched by Jon Monks, a local Northumbrian hill shepherd.
- The Garden Station
This restored Victorian railway station in Hexham, Northumberland offers visitors a woodland garden, walks and art exhibitions. It also offers courses in gardening, botanical art, willow weaving, etc.
- The National Trust
North east attractions include Wallington Hall, Cragside, Dunstanburgh Castle, the Farne Islands, and Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island.
Links to this site from other sites are always welcome, but please do tell us.
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