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Great reasons to Visit Northumberland

The benefits of visiting Northumberland are much in the news recently.   Earlier this month, the Northumberland National Park was voted the UK's National Park of the Year while Bamburgh Castle scooped Landmark of the year. Tonight's edition of London's local paper, the Evening Standard, carries a full page...

Duddo Stone Circle, Northumberland
Duddo Stone Circle

For a spine-tingling trip back in time, a visit to the stone circle of Duddo is not to be missed. Located just 20 minutes’ drive from Homildon Cottage to the north of Ford & Etal, Duddo Five Stones is Northumberland’s answer to Stonehenge (albeit on a slightly...

Wooler High Street
Nearby Wooler: shops and restaurants

A short drive (or modest walk) from our holiday cottage Wooler provides a wide range of shops with two bakers, two butchers, a Co-op and deli as well as pubs and restaurants.   Wooler is a pleasant 20 minute walk from Homildon Cottage, or the drive takes a few...