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The Three Wheat Heads Thropton

The Three Wheat Heads Thropton

Whether you come to Northumberland to visit the many historic castles houses and gardens for which the county is famous to walk the hills and valleys in the National Park or to enjoy some of Britain s finest beaches unspoilt countryside and the quietest roads anywhere br / br / br / br / Dine in style and elegance in the magnificent restaurant with it s fine range of antiques and pictures or in the superbly...

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Alnwick Castle - They have been making films at Alnwick Casttle since the 1960's, including Robin Hood Prince of Thieves (starring Kevin Costner), Elizabeth (Cate Blanchett and Christopher Eccleston) and Mary Queen of Scots (Vanessa Redgrave and Glenda Jackson) but it is probably best known to Harry Potter fans the world over as Hogwarts. It also boasts the wonderful Alnwick Garden, brain-child of Jane, the Duchess of Northumberland. A full day out for all the family with beautiful flowers, exciting water features and its own intriguing Poison Garden.
Alnwick Castle

Barter Books - A fantastic second hand bookshop in an old railway station in Alnwick, just 20 minutes drive from the Coach House. It offers great coffee and open fires. It was recently named as one of the most beautiful shops in the world by the American culture website Flavorpill. This is a New York website listing the top 20 most beautiful stores worldwide. Barter Books is number 16.
Barter Books

Cragside - A unique house originally owned by the Armstrong family, now a National Trust property. The first domestic property to be powered by hydro-electricity, it provides a fascinating insight into the lives of Victorian wealth makers, in this case via armament sales (Vickers Armstrong on Tyneside). Lord Armstrong planted over one million trees to surround the house.
Cragside

Bamburgh Self Catering

Visit Northumberland - a beautiful county; miles of sandy beaches, historic castles a plenty, friendly hostelries and empty roads

Rothbury Self Catering

The Coach House is situated in two acres of its own woodland. Comfortable, bijou accommodation for two. Fantastic views. Dogs welcome.