Northumberland National Park is one of the most tranquil and beautiful National Parks in England. It encompasses a vast area of unspoiled landscapes fringing the Scottish Border and includes the Cheviot Hills, the valleys and tributaries of the Tweed and the Tyne and a major part of Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site.
Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is filled with fascinating historical remains as well as a wide variety of landscapes. The coastline includes the Holy island of Lindisfarne, the rugged Farne Islands and over 40 miles of castle-crowned cliffs, sandy bays and picturesque fishing villages.
The Scottish Borders – Explore the Land of Sir Walter Scott and the notorious Border Reivers. Its unspoiled hills and valleys are scattered with evidence of a turbulent past, from great castles and magnificent country houses to romantic towers and spectacular ruined medieval abbeys.