»» If you are
seeking to improve your navigation techniques or perhaps looking for someone to
take you on a guided walk somewhere in the North of England, North East Guides
might just be the people to help you. Take a peep at www.northeastguides.com and see what
mountain leader Paul Mitchinson has to offer. You might be pleasantly
»» Also offering
navigation courses and guided walks in Northumberland are providers Navigate
Northumberland whose range of services can be viewed at www.navigatenorthumberland.co.uk. Alternatively,
why not try one of their Walking Holidays which include amongst others include a
Hadrian's Wall and a Northumberland Highlights package.
»» Whilst mainly
appealing to our Dutch-speaking website visitors there is a website which offers a
load of information about visiting and walking in England, Scotland & Wales
including a section on beautiful Northumberland. Some parts of the website are
in English. So CLICK HERE and take a
Darlington based Trailguides publish a range of unique books designed for use
by walkers, trail runners and mountain bikers. These easy to use guide books
can be ordered direct from www.trailguides.co.uk.
The selection of these excellent guides continues to grow.
»» If you are
planning a visit to Rothbury or perhaps somewhere else in Coquetdale, then
check out www.theheartofnorthumberland.co.uk first. The
website is packed full of useful local information to make your trip even more
»» Fancy a break
from tramping the Cheviot Hills? If so, take a trip to www.happyhiker.co.uk where you will
find a choice of walking routes in the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, Peak
District and the North Yorkshire Moors. Why not give it a go, after all the
routes are all free to download.
lies at the heart of Northumberland and is the ideal centre for exploring the
Cheviot Hills and the beautiful beaches of England`s most northerly county.
Just CLICK HERE to discover
more. You might be surprised.
»» If you are
passing through Wooler to start one of the walks on this website why not first
visit www.wooler.org.uk to find out
more about this attractive north Northumberland town. On the way home stop off
for a bite to eat and a hot drink. Well worth a visit.
»» Whether you are
visiting Northumberland for just a day or are staying for a longer period make
sure to check out the Visit Northumberland website first…….…just click HERE for a suitcase full of
»» Visit www.northtynesidewalks.co.uk and open up a
whole new vista of walking in North Tyneside, less than a one hours drive from
the Cheviot Hills. The website even contains an exciting 62 mile bike trail
which will open the mind as well as the lungs. All walks are free to download.
»» If you enjoy
the odd backpacking trip involving some wild camping, the website Backpacking in Britain will be just up
your street. For lovers of the Cheviot Hills what could be better than a 4-day
44 mile round trip of the northern Cheviot Hills. Visit now for full details
and much more.
»» If you are
looking for a static caravan in Northumberland then look no further than Ord
House Country Park Berwick Upon Tweed, Forget-Me-Not Longhorsley & The
Kaims Country Park Bamburgh. To discover more about these superbly located
Parks with a range of family facilities just click HERE
»» Offering a
range of cottages in the Alnwick, Tynedale, Rothbury, Berwick upon Tweed and
beautiful Northumbrian coastal areas, www.northumberlandcottages.com might just have
that special bolt hole for your next holiday break in Northumberland.
»» If you are
thinking about spending time exploring Northumberland then why not consider a
cottage somewhere along the county`s magnificent coastline. Take a look at www.gracedarlingholidays.com and discover a
range of exclusive cottages in some fantastic locations.
»» Have you
considered spending some time relaxing in a 2-bedroomed traditional
Northumberland cottage at the heart of the hills of Upper Coquetdale? If so,
then why not try Brackenlea in the pretty and friendly village of Harbottle, a
mere stone`s throw from Alwinton, the last village in Coquetdale. Simply click
on www.brackenleacottage.co.uk and off you go!
»» Looking for
quality bed & breakfast accommodation which is up close and personal with
the Cheviot Hills? Then why not visit www.firwoodhouse.co.uk which offers
guests all the home comforts they could possibly wish for in a fantastically
tranquil location. It really is just a mere hop, step and jump away from the
beautiful Harthope Valley.
»» Located close
to the town of Wooler and near to a working farm, Fenton Hill Farm
self-catering cottages enjoy super views of the Cheviot Hills. For further information
visit www.fentonhillfarm.co.uk and book a
holiday in beautiful North Northumberland now.
»» Close to the
village of Netherton on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, Burnfoot
Holiday Cottages enjoy uninterrupted views of the Cheviot Hills and make the
ideal base from which to explore many of our website walks. Visit www.burnfootholidaycottages.co.uk for details.
»» Are you
wanting to stay at the heart of the Northumberland countryside? Then look no
further than Alnwick as your ideal base. For a wide selection of accommodation
just CLICK HERE and, whatever
your tastes, you are sure to find something to suit.
»» If you are
looking for something just a little bit out of the ordinary then take a peep at
where you will find a selection of luxury lodges with a range of quality
features including, yes you have guessed it, body-relaxing hot tubs. Treat
yourself, you know you deserve it.
»» The Highburn
House Country Holiday Park in Wooler makes an ideal bolt hole for exploring the
Cheviot Hills. Located at the foot of Humbleton Hill and offering holiday
homes, pitches for tents, caravans & motor homes it is well worth checking
out at www.highburn-house.co.uk
»» The Glendale
Gateway Trust purchased the Youth Hostel in Wooler in north Northumberland in
2006 and continue to operate it, under licence from the YHA, in exactly the
same way as before. Bookings can be made by visiting www.yha.org.uk. It has also
»» The Mountain
Bothies Association is a registered charity which “maintains simple shelters in
remote country for the use and benefit of all who love wild and lonely places”.
To find out how you can help visit www.mountainbothies.org.uk .
»» The warm and
inviting Fellside Cottage at the heart of Alwinton makes the ideal base for
experiencing the Upper Coquetdale walks on this website. Visit www.fellsidecottcheviots.co.uk and see for
yourself this delightful hideaway. You will find temptation hard to resist.
»» The hamlet of
Branton is within shouting distance of the River Breamish and is the perfect
place from which to explore the Cheviot Hills. Visit www.northumberland-cottage.com and book a stay
at a beautiful country cottage in this tranquil part of Northumberland.