A 13th century hidden gem set in secluded woodland. The castle is beautifully preserved, well fortified and has a turbulent history of Anglo-Scottish warfare. Tel: 01434 632450
Occupied for over nine centuries, this much besieged castle overlooks the River Tyne. Cross the dramatic moat and explore the keep and towered walls of this formidable fortress. Tel: 01661 833459
Thomas Bewick, Northumberland greatest artist, wood engraver and naturalist was born in the cottage here. The nearby 19th century farmhouse, the later home of the Berwick family, houses an exhibition on Bewick’s life. There are splendid views over the Tyne Valley and there are donkeys in the farmyard.
George Stephenson’s Birthplace
This quaint small stone cottage was built in 1760 to accommodate mining families. Today you can listen live interpretations, learn about the pioneering steam locomotive ‘rocket’ and enjoy a light snack in the cosy Stephenson’s tea-room.
The Reivers Route, known as the ‘Return C2C’, takes you from the end of the west-to-east route all the way back to the start of the C2C.
Prudhoe Golf Course is an 18 hole golf course set in a mixture of mature woodland, parkland and rolling countryside. It serves as a good challenge for golfers of all levels with fine views across the Tyne Valley.
Northumbrian Cottages is a trading name of Cumbrian Cottages Limited. Cumbrian Cottages Limited is a company registered in England and Wales (company registration number 03756599. VAT number GB721994123) whose registered office is at Atlantic House, Fletcher Way, Parkhouse, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 0LJ