Dominate the landscape, explore the extensive remains of the great hall, chapel and fine gatehouse and virtually intact circuit of towered walls. Bring history alive with a free audio tour guide or stroll upstream to the medieval Hermitage, tucked away into a river cliff. Tel: 01665 711423
Alnmouth Golf Club
Alnmouth Golf Club describes itself as the jewel in Northumberland’s golfing crown and it’s easy to see why.
Fantastic activity provider organising Winter Sports, Cycling , Walking, Canoeing, Climbing and Surfing in and around Alnwick. Great for a family day out with all ages and levels catered for. Tel: 01665 602925
The Lions Den Indoor Park
Fantastic indoor play den for children up to 12 years old. Junior Play Frame and Toddler and Baby area plus gaming room and a big screen TV. Tel: 01665 606860
Fishing in Amble
Amble is a fantastic base for a fishing holiday with much of the quayside devoted to moorings for local visiting fishing craft of all types.
Cycle hire, delivery and transfers in Amble. Tel: 01665 713448
Amble Boat Charter
A 12 person vessel situated at the harbour in Amble. Discover wrecks, reefs and the local wildlife or try your hand at ground fishing around Coquest Island, Druridge Bay and Cresswell Skere. Tel: 01665 712561
Northumberland Seabird Centre
The gateway to the RSPB Coquet Island from the port of Amble in Northumberland. See some of the finest selection of coastal wildlife on a boat tour - fantasic for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts. Tel: 01665 710835
Hauxley Nature Reserve
Nature reserve with a lake and six bird hides. Spring and Autumn see waders on migration whilst summer sees the birds nesting around the lake shoreline. Tel: 01665 711578
Alnwick Golf Club
An 18 hole golf course set in a mixture of mature parkland, open grassland and gorse. Tel:01665 602632
Rock climbing on the Rothbury Moors
The Rothbury Moors can be found to the North of Rothbury and provide a good area for fans of bouldering.
Covering a large area of moorland to the west of Alnwick the Moors are made up mostly Fell Sandstone of variable quality. The stunning views of the Cheviots and the beautiful sunsets make this area great for rock climbers as well as walkers and bike riders.
Amble is a picturesque seaside port at the mouth of the river Coquet. The award winning marina on the site of the former staithes has transformed it into a busy harbour town with lots of things to explore.
This fine beach close to the town centre has a coastal path heading north and south with plenty of opportunities to spot birds along the way. Dogs are welcome and there are a number of cafes and shops nearby.
Warkworth beach is a twenty minute walk from the fortified village of Warkworth. It spans to the north of the river Coquet and has sand dunes overlooking the golden sands.
For a wide range of water sports from Canoeing to Surfing and Coasteering, Adventure Northumberland has a lot to offer those looking to get out on the water for a thrilling day packed full of activities.
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