Bed And Breakfast Northumberland

Northumberland has genuine charm and a unique quality that makes it the perfect place to spend a break. If you want to stay in charming accommodation that caters to your every need, the happiness you will have can only be found in a Northumberland bed and breakfast.

When staying at a bed and breakfast in Northumberland you will be in one of the most awe-inspiring counties in England. The wars Northumberland has seen and the important foundations the Romans built in the county make it a crucial part of the English historical jigsaw – for history lovers a bed and breakfast in Northumberland is the perfect place to stay. Try something unique and find a lovely bed and breakfast in Northumberland while you discover the beautiful terrain.

This is a region of England that has a rich history entrenched in the streets, walls and earth of its quirky towns such as Berwick-upon-Tweed and a bed and breakfast in Northumberland gives you the chance to see it all. If you prefer the countryside, try staying in a bed and breakfast in Northumberland for a weekend break. It is the ideal getaway for you with a wide range of things to do from your bed and breakfast in Northumberland, including sightseeing and enjoying panoramic views of the landscape. A bed and breakfast in Northumberland has a lot to offer the discerning visitor.

Many people choose to stay in a bed and breakfast in Northumberland to see the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hadrian’s Wall. Constructed in 122 AD, it is one of the enduring fossils of the Roman influence on England. Hadrian’s Wall can be visited on a day trip from your bed and breakfast in Northumberland to further understand why the Romans built it.

When staying at your bed and breakfast in Northumberland you will discover the place is a treasure trove teeming with castles enveloped in scenic landscapes. There is Alnwick Castle and Garden, the home of the Duke of Northumberland and Warkworth Castle in Morpeth. If you like to look at castles in your spare time, you will have ample opportunity to continue the medieval theme of your Northumberland bed and breakfast stay.

You can also take in an abundance of natural beauty from your bed and breakfast in Northumberland. Holy Island and Coquet Island are two examples of local islands you can visit from your bed and breakfast in Northumberland. Coquet Island in particular is known throughout the world for its astounding wildlife, especially birds. Bird watchers of certain species will not be disappointed when staying at a bed and breakfast in Northumberland.

If you like lush green countryside, visit the Kielder Water & Forest Park, where you will find the largest forest in England. Wrap yourself in the crisp forest air by choosing a bed and breakfast in Northumberland for your next holiday.