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Paxton House and Country Park

Paxton House and Country Park

 A Palladian country mansion, with picture galley, riverside walks, tearoom and shop.  

"Paxton House and Country Park". Brian & June’s Review

Manderston House

Manderston House

 An Edwardian country house with a silver staircase.  Park and gardens, tea room and shop.

"Manderston House ". Brian & June’s Review

Floors Castle

Floors Castle

 Scotland's largest inhabited Castle. Castle tours, woodland and riverside walks, walled garden, adventure playground, garden centre with restaurant.

"Floors Castle". Brian & June’s Review

Cragside House

Cragside House

Cragside House was built between 1864 and 1884 for the first Lord Armstrong, it was the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity.  Cragside has 900 acres of grounds with 40 miles of drives and is renowned for its beautiful rhododendrons and trees.

"Cragside House". Brian & June’s Review

Ross Links

Ross Links

North of Belford this is the closest beach to Middleton Hall.

Access is by a path across links grazed by cattle and sheep to a wonderful sandy beach with safe swimming.  It is flanked by Bamburgh Castle at one end and Lindisfarne at the other.

"Ross Links". Brian & June’s Review

Cheswick Sands

Cheswick Sands

This beach is not safe for swimming.  Paths reach it across grasslands. Occasionally unexploded wartime relics are exposed.

"Cheswick Sands". Brian & June’s Review


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