Time to Explore Northumberland & the Scottish Borders Derek Sharman MBE. Tour Guide since 1988 Tel: 01289 330218 - Email: timetoexplore@btinternet.com
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Discover the beautiful countryside and historic sites in the area around Berwick-upon-Tweed.

The North Northumberland Tourism Association offers useful information and links to accommodation providers, attractions and facilities for visitors to the area.

Visit Berwick is the website for the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Visit Northumberland introduces you to England’s most northerly county.

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.  

Exploring Further Afield

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