Northumberland National Park lies within the northern English county from which it draws its name and is bounded by borders both ancient and modern: Hadrian's Wall lies to the south while the Scottish border forms the northern perimeter. The park offers some of the best untouched landscape in Britain, from the rolling Cheviot Hills to the sweeping heather-covered moorlands to the south.
The finest of traditional English hospitality awaits in villages like Harbottle and Holystone and the picturesque market town of Rothbury, where you’ll find welcoming tea houses and cozy pubs along with fascinating historic sites.
Northumberland National Park is in the northernmost part of England; head for the visitors’ center at Once Brewed, less than an hour’s drive away from Newcastle, to plan your onward journey. Numerous towns and villages within the park offer Bed & Breakfast and other accommodations.