Lucker Hall, Northumberland
Lucker will provide an excellent base from which to explore the Northumberland coast.


Historic Berwick-upon-Tweed is the most northerly town on the Northumberland Coast, and indeed of England, standing right at its northern-most tip. It is also England's most dramatic walled town, a busy centre of trade and commerce and international port from as early as the 12th century.

Berwick was a Royal Burgh of Scotland in 1120 and changed hands many times during turbulent times, the last being in 1482. The building of the walls we see today was begun in 1558 and completed 20 years later. A walk around the walls takes the best part of an hour and gives views into Berwick, the River Tweed, the bridges and the surrounding countryside. Stephenson's famous viaduct bridge, one of three bridges spanning the river Tweed in...

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Lindisfarne ( Holy Island)

Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland Coast

Lindisfarne is an island situated close to Berwick-on-Tweed on the coast of Northumberland. Twice a day the island is cut off from the mainland by the North Sea, but at low tide visitors can walk the...

Budle Bay

Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland Coast

Budle Bay forms part of the stunning Northumbria Heritage Coast and is steeped in history. Prior to the formation of the mudflats, Budle was once a busy port with a thriving working harbour,...

Bamburgh Castle & Tea Room

Bamburgh, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland Coast

Set on the beautiful and rugged Northumberland coast, Banburgh Castle makes a great family day out where the castle can be explored and the history uncovered. Take a well earned break in the tea...

The Barn at Beal

Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland Coast

The Barn At Beal restaurant and coffee shop with spectacular views of Lindisfarne and the beautiful Northumberland coast. Enjoy a snack or three course meal, visit the Bird of Prey Centre and...

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