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Bird Watchers Paradise

Northumberland really is a ‘birdies paradise’ (Telegraph, 2010) and offers some of the best bird-watching spots in the country. Here on the coastline, summer’s hotspot becomes the renowned Farne Islands are home to terns, puffins, razorbills, kittiwakes, shags and guillemots and from close by Coquet Island you can catch a glimpse of Britain’s rarest breeding seabird, the Roseate Tern. Spring and autumn denote the migration periods and throughout winter, Holy Island and Lindisfarne NNR host the Svalbard-breeding population of Pale-bellied Brent Geese.



Local Area

We're surrounded by beautiful countryside, beaches, castles, gardens, golf courses & more...

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Hotel History

Warkworth House Hotel is a fine georgian building built in 1820 as a coaching inn.

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Stay & Play

Northumberland is a haven for golfing enthusiasts so join us the next timeyou play.

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