Walks & Treks - Northumberland Rambling

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Walks & Treks - Northumberland Rambling

Northumberland • 3 Nights • Half Board • Easy to Medium • NEW

With more castles than any other county in England combined with miles of beaches, quaint villages and a haven for wildlife, our new long weekend walking holiday in Northumberland blows the cobwebs away and is a brilliant break over a bank holiday.

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Walk 1 –8 miles – Circular Craster Route

This first full day walk starts and finishes in the small fishing village of Craster, famous for its kipper, and takes in the stark ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle. In an area particularly rich in castles it remains, nevertheless, one of the most attractive, standing out majestically against the backdrop of the North Sea. We will walk along fine close-cropped grassy paths, with the sea for company, pass two important seabird colonies, a shipwreck and the entrance to Howick Hall Gardens (the home of Earl Grey tea). We walk through farmland seeing the remnants of an unusual World War II pillbox before stopping off at the delightful Cottage Inn for lunch (own account).

Walk 2 – 10 miles - Boulmer to Warkworth

Sundays walk follows the coast from Boulmer (tide permitting) down the coast to Almouth, an attractive little seaside town, all red roofs and colour-washed walls. Following the River Aln, we walk around the estuary which is significant in size at high tide and is a haven for wildlife and birds. Continuing through meadows and along the Buston Links dunes, a National Trust managed site which is haven for wildflowers and is protected for its sea rocket, the path leads into Warkworth. After a pub lunch (own account) we visit this delightful village with its imposing C15th castle, once the home to the mighty Percy barons. We walk along the peaceful River Coquet skirting the castle grounds and back into the village.

Our accommodation

Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park


Facilities include

Found in 12 acres of stately parkland just a few minutes from Newcastle Racecourse, this stylish hotel offers a welcoming bar and lounge and international restaurant. We can relax in the spa with a treatment (extra charges) or enjoy the indoor swimming pool, gym and sauna.

Rooms include

Our contemporary rooms are air-conditioned and feature ironing facilities, safe, satellite TV, tea/coffee-making facilities, hair dryer and Wi-Fi (chargeable).

The hotel is located off the A1 with Newcastle Central Station 5 miles away. Complimentary car parking is available.


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Date Duration Holiday Notes Age group Price
25 May 18 3 nights Northumberland Rambling Guaranteed Departure All Ages From £499
24 Aug 18 3 nights Northumberland Rambling All Ages From £499

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