Your favourite Northumberland spots to visit on a bank holiday weekend

There are so many beautiful places across the county to enjoy some sunshine this bank holiday weekend.

Friday, 28th May 2021, 4:00 pm

So with the weather forecast looking promising, we asked Northumberland Gazette readers for their top recommendations of places to visit and kick off the half-term holiday.

Breathtaking beaches, perfect pint locations and wonderful walks – you came in your droves to suggest your top picks for the three-day weekend.

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Whatever you fancy doing, one of the following suggestions is bound to hit the spot.

Here are some of your favourite places to bask in the warm weather across our cracking county.

Add your own to our Facebook page here – and we hope you enjoy the bank holiday weekend, whatever you choose to do.

Alnmouth Beach: Enjoy the fresh air, golden sands and beautiful scenery

Where will you be going this bank holiday weekend?

The Alnwick Garden: Pre-booking is essential for your bank holiday weekend

Alnwick Castle: Book a ticket online and plan your trip

Amble: The perfect place for a walk near the water and a bite to eat

Bamburgh Castle Inn, Seahouses: Watch the world go by with a tipple of choice

Beadnell: Blow away the cobwebs at the coast

Corbridge: While away the weekend with bars, cafes and shopping

Coquet Valley: Enjoy some peace with a bank holiday walk or bike ride

Cragside: Bookings are recommended before visiting the National Trust site

Holy Island: Check safe crossing times before heading to the causeway

Ingram Valley: The perfect place to put down your picnic and enjoy

Seahouses: Fish and chips, anyone?

Shepherd’s Rest, Alnwick: let someone else do the cooking this weekend!

Walk from Bamburgh to Seahouses

Walk by the river at Rothbury

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