Unleash the magic and myth

Let the enchanting local views and let the landscape of these North East legends cast a spell over you…

Castle Coastline ·

Northumberland

A legacy of its often turbulent past, castles have commanded the view of the Northumberland coastline horizon since the 11th century. From the defensive strongholds of Bamburgh and Lindisfarne to the modern day romantic ruins of Berwick and Dunstanburgh, these coastal defences prepare you for an inland foray to other fine fortifications.

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Sycamore Gap Hadrian's Wall ·

Northumberland

Set within a natural dip in the rugged Northumberland landscape of Hadrian’s Wall, Sycamore Gap is one of the most photographed trees in the country. Best known for its role in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Sycamore Gap is located on the Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail a mere 20 minute walk west of Housesteads Roman Fort.

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Northumberland National Park ·

Northumberland

Don your walking boots and explore Northumberland National Park, the Northern-most national park in England boasting the cleanest rivers, clearest air and the darkest skies. Whether you’re a climbing enthusiast, or are looking for a leisurely family stroll, there is something for everyone to get stuck into.

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The Lake District ·

Cumbria

Attracting millions of visitors, the Lake District is England’s largest National Park and features no fewer than 16 lakes and England’s highest mountain. It is truly epic in size and scale. Recently inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’ll not want to miss some of the finest and most spellbinding views in the country.

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