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Akeld Manor Self Catering Holiday Cottages, Wooler, Northumberland
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We now have 7 pet-friendly properties available.

New for 2024

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Northumberland Links

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.

Exchanging Links

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Please contact us if you know of a site that might appropriately be added to this page, preferably on a reciprocal basis.

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