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This charming market town is equal parts historic and scenic, with a variety of modern attractions and sites of historical interest, located within the elegance of the Northumbrian countryside. This peaceful location offers a real sense of seclusion and relaxation – while maintaining close links to a number of surrounding villages and towns, as well as the bustling city of Newcastle and its many wonderful attractions. The Northumbrian coastline draws visitors from far and wide, with a number of wide sandy beaches, coastal walks and bird watching opportunities available throughout the year. The town itself lies at the head of the sparkling River Wansbeck and presents visitors with a number of riverside walks, as well as walks in the green park, which runs adjacent to the river.

We love Morpeth because...

  • Wide sandy beaches
  • Leisurely coastal walks
  • Bird watching opportunities
Hotels in Morpeth

Find real tranquillity in Northumberland, with the fantastic setting of the Macdonald Linden Hall Golf & Country Club.


Find real tranquillity in Northumberland, with the fantastic setting of the Macdonald Linden Hall Golf & Country Club.

In and around Morpeth

The Holy Island of Lindisfarne

Also known simply as ‘Holy Island’ this tidal island is accessible only at low tide and has a long and storied history, especially concerning Celtic Christianity, which dates back to the 6th century. Holy Island is now home to a fascinating castle, medieval priory and charming little shops for visitors to explore. It is highly recommended to check the tide times before making the crossing, which is clearly signposted.

Bamburgh Castle

This grade II listed, magnificent castle is remarkably well preserved, and has a tumultuous history dating back over 1,000 years, having sustained a number of invasions and sieges. There are many secrets to learn contained within the dramatic walls of this fascinating castle, from rebellions, to myths and ghosts.

Alnwick Castle

This majestic castle has served as the backdrop for many films and television shows including; the Harry Potter films, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Blackadder and Downton Abbey to name but a few. It’s not hard to see why, with an imposing and dramatic exterior and a magnificently upholstered and decorated interior – this is a true gem in Northumberland. This iconic landmark has been home to the Percy family for over 700 years, making it one of the longest inhabited castles in the UK.

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