|Northumberland is often referred to as ‘England’s last wilderness’. Offering miles of beautiful unspoilt countryside and beaches. Benefiting from the largest concentration of historic medieval castles in the country and breathtaking views, you will want to return to the area again and again.|
|Dene House Farm is situated in the rural village of Longframlington which is in a perfect central location in the county and an ideal base to visit it’s many wonderful attractions.
A 15 minute drive away lies the Northumberland National Park and historic National Trust owned Cragside House, Gardens and Estate. The town of Rothbury and neighbouring Simonside hills are a walkers dream and provide some of the most breathtaking countryside views in the UK.
|The Region is probably best known for its array of castles and monuments. Along the coast lie Bamburgh, Holy Island, Dunstanburgh and Warkworth.
Further inland you will find Alnwick Castle, famous for its use as a film set for a number of movies and television productions including Harry Potter. Alnwick is also home to the Alnwick Garden, one of the finest gardens in europe which was opened by Prince Charles in 2002.
|For all you shopaholics, there is the fantastic city of Newcastle Upon Tyne. With Northumerland street and the Metro Centre (the largest shopping centre in europe), you are sure to find exactly what you’re looking for whether it be fashion, food or gadgets.
As well as shopping, Newcastle has some great restaurants and lively nightlife. Other attractions include, the Baltic art gallery, the millennium bridge and the famous Queyside.
Whatever you choose to do in Northumberland, we hope you will choose to base your stay at Dene House Farm.
If you have any questions about staying with us or the local area, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.