Northumberland’s interior is one of Britain’s most peaceful spots to get away from it all. Northumberland National Park covers 250,000 acres of protected landscape with breathtaking views, crystal clear streams and rich wildlife. Rothbury is the biggest town within the park and its busy high street has traditional shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants and is only a hop, skip and jump to Cragside - the home where modern living began!
Also within the park is the Breamish Valley with its gorse-covered hills and the villages of Branton, Powburn and Ingram. Formed millions of years ago by volcanic lava flows, the Cheviot Hills make for a wild, romantic landscape and are home to some fantastic wildlife. The hills are a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts with a network of cycling trails and walking routes.
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