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Bamburgh Cottage Holidays, Northumberland
Telephone  0191 285 7699 0191 285 7699 / 07846 226631
Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland
Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland

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Here are some website resources that you may find of interest or that might assist you in planning your self catering cottage holiday in Northumberland.

  • Alnwick Castle
    Visit Alnwick Castle which you may recognise as a film location, for everything from Harry Potter to Elizabeth to Becket to Blackadder.
  • At Home In The Country
    Owned by my nephew, please visit this website. Fabulous gifts for everyone. "Inspired by the British countryside".
  • Bamburgh Castle
    Bamburgh Castle is a famous medieval castle built atop a seaside crag in a stunning location on Northumberland's best stretch of coastline.
  • Bamburgh Castle Golf Club
    One of Northumberlands finest golf courses awaits you at the beautiful village of Bamburgh.
  • Bamburgh Village
    Explore all that Bamburgh has to offer in this website, including eating out, local walks, sports, leisure and village history.
  • Berwick upon Tweed Golf Club (Goswick Links)
    A James Braid masterpiece widely acknowledged as a truly classic links course.
  • Billy Shiel's Boats to the Farne Islands
    Explore The Farne Islands aboard the motor vessel 'Glad Tidings'.
  • Chain Bridge Honey Farm
    Visit the Chain Bridge Honey Farm on the banks of the River Tweed to learn more about bees, beekeeping and how the beeswax products are made. There is a shop selling the honey products and you can round off your visit by taking tea in the café situated in a double decker bus!
  • Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster
    National Trust. Massive ruined castle in an impressive coastal setting. Fabulous walk along the cliffs from the village of Craster to the castle.
  • Grace Darling Museum
    Visit the Museum and read the story of Grace Darling and discover the details of what happened that stormy night in 1838 when Grace and her father risked a terrible storm to help those in danger.
  • Seahouses Golf Club
    Traditional flat links course with a standard scratch of 67 which is seldom bettered.
  • The Alnwick Garden
    The Alnwick Garden has beautifully landscaped gardens, magnificent architecture and unique features, all brought to life with water.
  • Visit North East England
    Discover North East England via this website including what to see and do.
  • Wallington, Cambo
    National Trust. Magnificent mansion with fine interiors and collections, set in an extensive garden and parkland. Lovely gardens.
 
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