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Northumberland

Northumberland is wild and untamed in its beauty, claiming a sweeping 64 miles of coastline shaped by the restless waves of the North Sea, an untouched landscape of high moorland and a fierce history that resonates through the air. As evidence of its fascinating past, Northumberland has more castles than any other county in England, with Alnwick Castle Bamburgh Castle and Warkwork Castle being particularly striking examples.
Alnwick Castle, Northumberland. Credit: Philip Sharp / Alamy

Northumberland Castles

Northumberland is home to more castles than any other English county. We travel to England’s northernmost region to hear tales of theft, murder and spooky apparitions Its location close to the Scottish border has meant…

Northumberland Coast Banburgh

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Langley Castle Hotel

Langley Castle Hotel

Langley Castle Hotel is a genuine 14th-century castle set in a 12-acre woodland estate, nestling in the Northumbrian valley of the River South Tyne All castle bed chambers are unique and furnished to a high…