Situated 25 east of Redesdale, Alnwick Castle is the second largest inhabited castle in England, the first being Windsor Castle, and has been the home of the Percys, Earls and Dukes of Northumberland since 1309. Please see below for the link to 'The Alnwick Garden'.
Belsay Hall (English Heritage)
Situated 24 miles south of Rochester, this early 19th century Greek Revival villa is set in thirty acres of stunning Grade I gardens which include a spectacular medieval castle.
Cragside (National Trust)
Situated 20 miles east of Rochester, Cragisde is an extraordinary Victorian house, the home of the Tyneside industrialist Lord Armstrong and a wonder of its age, all set in extensive gardens and grounds.
Northumberland National Park
For details about 'visiting', 'living in', 'looking after' and 'understanding' the Northumberland National Park.
An historic former wool mill on the edge of the village offering a restaurant, retail outlet and Tourist Information.
Otterburn Village Trail Map
A circular, medium grade, route of 2.5 Miles (4km) around Otterburn Village. Print off the route description using this link and enjoy your walk.
The Alnwick Garden
Just thirteen years ago, The Alnwick Garden site was derelict and forgotten. The Alnwick Garden is now a vibrant place, beautifully landscaped, with magnificent architecture and unique features, all brought to life with water.
Wallington Hall (National Trust)
Situated 20 miles south of Rochester, this is a magnificent 17th century gentleman's mansion with fine interiors and collections, all set in extensive gardens and parkland.
A meeting point for businesses and services in local tourism. The Wild Redesdale website includes an extensive list of 'things to do', 'things to see','where to stay' and 'places to eat and drink'.