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Northumberland, England's most sparsely populated county, is home to many dog-friendly beaches and beautiful forests and walking trails. Book a pet-friendly hotel in Northumberland and everyone, including the four-legged members of the family, can look forward to a relaxing, comfortable stay.
Virtually all of Northumberland's pet-friendly hotels offer in-room WiFi access so you can always check your messages and stay connected to the rest of the world. Many rooms are also equipped with en-suite bathrooms, free toiletries, satellite TVs, and tea and coffee-making facilities for your convenience.
Pet-friendly hotels are normally happy to accommodate dogs, cats and other small or medium-sized pets free of charge or for a daily supplement. Some properties offer free breakfasts, and many more deluxe hotels include fitness facilities, full-service spas and restaurants.
Let your dog roam free on the stunning Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which begins at Berwick-upon-Tweed, England's most northerly town. It features numerous pristine sandy beaches, and is overlooked by the impressive 14th-century Dunstanburgh Castle, which also welcomes dogs as long as they are kept on a lead.
This 73-mile-long UNESCO World Heritage site dates back to the 2nd Century and marks the border of the Roman Empire at its peak. During this time, these walls were an important military defence for an empire that stretched from northern Britain to North Africa and as far east the Middle East.
The wall is surrounded by picturesque mountains and valleys, and includes former ancient settlements such as the Chesters Roman Fort near Chollerford and the Housesteads Roman Fort near Hexham. You can find numerous hotels and bed and breakfast establishments just a short drive from Hadrian's Wall and within easy reach of the Northumberland National Park.
Another site worth visiting is Warkworth Castle, a ruined 12th-century structure that was invaded by Scots soon after it was built. You can still see its unique cross-shaped keep and medieval Hermitage Chapel, and enjoy excellent views of the North Sea coast. You could also take the ferry to the beautiful Farne Islands and see its thriving bird life and seal families.