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Local Attractions near Longhirst Hall Hotel, Golf & Spa
Longhirst is centrally located in Northumbria, famous for its castles and broad golden beaches and one of the few English regions with huge expanses of breathtaking untouched countryside. Dozens of historic villages are sprinkled across the region, and the North Pennines has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In direct contrast, towns and cities offer every excitement and Newcastle for example, offers the best choice of shopping. The area is alive with a vibrant sense of heritage and it is still possible to see reminders of the legacy of the Roman Empire, medieval border warfare and the early steps of English Christianity.
Places to visit -
- Beamish, The North of England Open Air Museum
Just a few miles away, Beamish, The North of England Open Air Museum, is a living, working experience of life as it was in the Great North in the early 1800s and 1900s.
Winner of both the British Museum of the Year and European Museum of the Year Awards, Beamish is Britain's favourite open air museum. Set in over 300 acres of beautiful countryside Beamish Open Air Museum demonstrates the recent history of the region in a "living" way and provides entertainment and education for visitors of all ages and interests.
- The spectacular new £3.3 million Tree House at Alnwick Gardens suspended 60 ft above the forest floor - officially the biggest building of its kind in existence featuring restaurants, shops and education centres.
- Holy Island: Lindisfarne Castle, Priory and Museum.
- Bamburgh Castle - coastal castle with extensive collections of paintings and arms etc.
- Otterburn Mill.
- Cragside House and Gardens NT.
- Hadrian's Roman Wall & four Roman forts: Housesteads, Vindolanda, Chesters and Corbridge.
- Cheviot Hills.
- Sea Life Aquarium at Tynemouth.
Things to do
- Play out some of Harry Potter's adventures at Alnwick Castle, where much of the recent film of J K Rowling's book was filmed.
- Take a boat ride out to the Farne Islands, home to 70,000 pairs of nesting birds.
- Discover 16 miles of dunes, sandy beaches and tidal rock pools most protected by the National Trust.
- Go shopping at Newcastle's array of shops.
- Sample Lindisfarne mead at the winery showroom on Holy Island.
- Explore the ancient St Cuthbert's walking trail, the Cleveland Way and the Pennine Way.
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