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Pocket Guide: Northumberland

The rural county of Northumberland in the North-East of England lies on the border between England and Scotland. Home to the finest Roman monument in the country, as well as one of the United Kingdom's most unspoilt stretches of coastline, it's little wonder that this gem in the North-East's crown attracts visitors throughout the year. There's plenty of high-quality accommodation to choose from here too, including cosy traditional inns, bed and breakfasts and independent hotels.

The Best Places to Stay in Northumberland

Accommodation in Northumberland tends to err on the traditional side - but that's not to say that the high-quality accommodation on offer is lacking in 21st-century amenities. Instead we're talking about a warm welcome and traditional surroundings, with many guesthouses and B&Bs housed in buildings that are hundreds of years old. From three-star beach front guesthouses in Seahouses to luxurious B&Bs in Alnwick, accommodation here is designed to be family-friendly. Amenities on offer include complimentary breakfasts, free internet (WiFi or wired) and free parking for guests. You'll find many hotels also allow pets to stay - good news, as Northumberland's dog-friendly beaches make a great family day out.

Uncover Northumberland's Rich History

Northumberland's history is well worth exploring, and where better to start than at the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall. Stretching for 80 miles, this is one of the best-preserved Roman monuments in the country, and as well as miles of wall to explore you'll find archaeological sites and museums. For a great family day out, ask your hotel to pack you a picnic lunch and head for Norham Castle or the imposing Bamburgh Castle, or take a trip to Lindisfarne, the 'Holy Island', where you can visit the castle and the priory.

Drinking and Dining in Northumberland

With miles of coastal walks to explore and beautiful countryside to uncover, it's a good thing that Northumberland also has plenty to offer when it comes to delicious food and drink. As you might expect of a coastal region, the seafood here is top quality, so don't miss the opportunity to try freshly caught Lindisfarne oysters and local Craster Kippers. Game is also on the menu, with rabbit, duck and pigeons served at most establishments. You'll find everything from cosy seaside inns and pubs to fine dining restaurants here, so there are options to suit all tastes and budgets. Some hotels have their own restaurant, great if you want to enjoy a family meal in relaxed surroundings.

Enjoy a Family-Friendly Stay in Northumberland

Northumberland has everything families could want from a holiday, but it's also a popular destination for outdoors enthusiasts who come here to walk one of the many routes such as The Pennine Way. Hotels boast family-friendly amenities, with many offering free cribs or infant beds on request and assistance booking tickets or tours, so you can really make the most of your break. You'll find that most hotels also provide free parking for guests, so you don't need to worry about hunting for a parking space after loading the car up with all your luggage!

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