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We did lots of local walks which meant we didn't have to drive anywhere after the long drive up. Cragside(national trust) was well worth a visit. So was the boat trip to the Farne Islands. The pub in Thropton - 3 Wheat Heads was excellent - very good value for money.




Clennall Hall, just down the road (15min walk) lovely food, drink and hospitality. Make the most of the many walks, from the lodge. Simply unforgettable scenery. Rothbury a nice drive out, Alwick better for shoppers though.




plenty of excellent walks,decent restaurants within a 10 mile radius




We were struck by the wonderful countryside, ideal walking country and a must for star-gazers. Favourite pubs, the Rose and Thistle at Alwinton and The Queen's Head at Rothbury. There is a lovely art gallery in Rothbury. I think it's called the Red Spot Gallery.




The Rose & Thistle in Alwinton serves good beer and the owners are very friendly. Take a torch for the walk back..........very dark but really is an experience. The dark and the peace and quiet is just amazing. Nearby Rothbury village is lovely. Ladies, try the ladies clothing shop called Aria. The clothes are gorgeous and the owner is just lovely. Fill up your petrol tank before you go. The nearest petrol station is owned by Dick Turpin hehe!!! Don't feel the need to drive anywhere. There are some lovely places nearby but also the walks around the cottage are lovely.




The three wheats pub in Thropton is lovely, very friendly staff and lovely food. Falconry days the birds of prey centre is an absolute must, the owners are fantastic and let us fly some of the birds. It was the highlight to our holiday. Their experience days look fantastic and when we return we will be sure to book onto one of those. A great walk, although steep, close to the cottage is the walk to harbottle lake. A lovely walk through the woods and brings you out at the top with some unbelievable views




We enjoyed a very good meal at the Three Wheats Inn nearby. the only problem was we had to wait a long time to be served. Tomlinsons caf




Lovely food at the Rose and Thistle Pub in alwinton landlord and staff very friendly always made you welcome. Avoid the pub in Sharperton food was burnt on the night we visited the chef couldn't cope. Lots of lovely walks around 30 mintutes drive from Holy Island ' seahouses for lovely fish and chips and you can get a boat trip out to the Farne Islands. The beach at Bamburgh is also worth a visit. There is also market towns of Anwick and Berwick upon Tweed within an hours drive .




local pubs are close and very friendly,lots of places to walk too,views are spectacular,




Holystone Lodge, fabulous restaurant near Sharperton well worth a visit. Turks Head in Rothbury, good ale and pub food, reasonably priced. Rose and Thistle in Alwinton nice pub, friendly, good food a little pricey but good sized portions. Bamburgh Castle, Holy Island, Seahouses and Craster, fab coastline and all well worth a visit, fab walk on the beach! Lovely walks all around, particularly through forest at Harbottle to the Hidden Lake then across to the Drakestone.

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