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Alnmouth, Northumberland

Explore Northumberland

Only in Northumberland will you find more castles than any other county in England, experience unrivalled wildlife opportunities hopping aboard a boat to the Farne Islands. Skim across the causeway to Holy Island and have endless stretches of beach and vast landscapes almost to yourself. There’s world class attractions including The Alnwick Garden and Bamburgh Castle to visit all year round, while bustling market towns like Amble and historic Berwick-upon-Tweed are a shopper’s paradise.

Visit Lakes

Explore the Lake District

When it comes to outstanding magnificent scenery, the Lake District is rolling in it. Whether you're taking a steamer ride across the great stretches of water the Lakes are famous for including England's deepest lake Wastwater, setting off on an outdoor adventure to scale spectacular peaks or a gentler climb to take in the views. Or simply strolling around characterful towns and villages like Ambleside, Cumbria is a must-visit destination.

Visit Durham

Explore County Durham

Tucked on a loop of the River Wear, Durham’s magnificent cathedral and castle form a World Heritage site. Wander Durham’s cobbled streets or stretch your legs further with a hike through Durham Dales, home to spectacular Highforce Waterfall. Head seawards for a clifftop hike along Durham’s rugged Heritage Coast. Step back in time at must-visit Beamish Open Air Museum and see history brought to life at annual outdoor extravaganza, Kynren. Just three hours by train from Kings Cross, Durham is easy to reach.

Visit Yorkshire

Explore Yorkshire

Renowned for its beautiful landscapes including the famous Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors, breathtaking coastline with famous seaside resorts including Whitby, Staithes and Scarborough. There are charming market towns to discover and historic and cultural sites just waiting to be delved into. Birthplace of the famous Yorkshire Pudding and home of Yorkshire Tea and Wensleydale Cheese, there are so many reasons why Yorkshire is a brilliant place to explore.

Tyne and Wear

Explore Tyne and Wear

Known as one of the friendliest places in England, Tyne and Wear is filled with award-winning beaches, vibrant cities, fantastic attractions and so much more. With the best of both worlds, enjoy the cultural quayside city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the sandy beaches at Tynemouth where the surf is almost always up. Brimming with historical spots to discover too, the warmest of welcomes is just the beginning.


Explore North Wales

With beautiful beaches, spectacular countryside, and culture and heritage at every turn, North Wales is truly a must-visit. The landscape is wild, rich and beautiful with plenty to explore. You'll find three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and some of the UK's best adventure.


Explore Lancashire

Take a tantalising glimpse into a county of contrasting landscapes, wide open coastal spaces, diverse heritage and plentiful food and drink. The county is famous for its traditional dishes like Lancashire hotpot and black pudding, as well as its historic landmarks such as Lancaster Castle and the seaside town of Blackpool.