England’s northernmost county provides and enchanting blend of picture perfect villages, ancient historic sites and rugged coastline. Breaks to Northumberland offer a unique insight into Roman Britain with the world-famous attraction of Hadrian’s Wall, and discover the early Christian carving’s that dot the landscape. Medieval castles, such as much-photographed Bamburgh Castle, keep watch along the coast. Nature lovers will be enthralled on a boat trip to the Farne Islands where you can marvel at the colonies of puffins as they fly from the cliffs. Back on dry land, breaks to Northumberland are a walker’s dream with the Northumberland Coast Path tracing the coast for 64 miles.
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When to Visit
Below gives you information and a rating of the best time of year to visit.