is often referred to as ‘England's last wilderness’.
Offering miles of beautiful unspoilt countryside and beaches, it's
a place of great natural beauty whose varied landscapes truly offer
something for everybody.
The region is also rich in historical associations and is perhaps
best known for its many imposing castles. These include Alnwick
Castle and Garden, family home of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland,
Dunstanburgh, Warkworth, Lindisfarne and Bamburgh castles. Roman
remains are also plentiful, the most famous being Hadrian’s
Wall. There are many sites of interest located along its 73-mile
farm is located only five miles from the beautiful village of Rothbury
and right on the doorstep of the Northumberland National Park with
its miles and miles of clearly marked footpaths in beautiful surroundings
– a walker’s dream!
extensive coastline is host to a number of quaint fishing villages
and award-winning beaches. During your stay you may wish to visit
Craster, famous for its kippers and views of Dunstanburgh Castle.
Take a trip to the Farne Islands from Seahouses, or visit the beautiful
village of Bamburgh with its stunning castle perched on the coast
and home to the Grace Darling Museum. And then there is the Holy
Island of Lindisfarne, a tidal island reached by a causeway at low
tide. The island is birthplace of the Lindisfarne Gospels and renowned
for its medieval religious heritage and sixteenth-century castle.
Lorbottle farm provides an ideal base from which to explore the
many attractions this part of the world has to offer. Contact us
to book your stay in this special region.