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In Warkworth, 7.5 miles South of Alnwick on A1068 (OS Map 81; Castle ref NU 247058, Hermitage ref NU 242060). Parking 30m from entrance. Audio tour.
1 mile North East of Corbridge, on minor road off B6321 or A68 (OS Map 87; ref NZ 001663)
In Belsay, 14 miles North West of Newcastle on A696 (OS Map 88; ref NZ 088785). Pay and display parking 300m from entrance.
On the Parade, off Church St, in town centre (OS Map 75; ref NU 001531).Use town car park.
The castle is adjacent to Berwick-upon-Tweed railway station. The ramparts surround the town (accessed at various points).
Berwick town centre on North bank of River Tweed (OS Map 75; ref NU 000525). Managed by Berwick Civic Society.
180 metres (200 yards) North of minor road, 7 miles North West of Bellingham; or along a minor road from A68 (OS Map 80; ref NY 773900).
4.5 miles South East of Rothbury off B6344 (OS Map 81; ref NZ 116983). Picnic area (1/3 mile).
1/4 mile S of Low Bruntonon A6079 (OS Map 87; ref NY 922698).
1/4 mile West of Chollerford on B6318 (OS Map 87; ref NY 913701).
0.5 mile Noth West of Corbridge on minor road, then signed. (OS Map 87; ref NY 983649).
8 miles North East of Alnwick; on footpaths from Craster or Embleton. (OS Map 75; ref NU 257219).
At East end of Edlingham village, on minor road off B6341; 6 miles South West of Alnwick (OS Map 81; ref NU 116092). Managed by the Parochial Church Council of St John the Baptist, Edlingham, with Bolton Chapel.
In Etal village, 10 miles South West of Berwick (OS Map 75; ref NT 925393). Village car park next to shop. Audio tour.
Located on the A697, approximately 15 minutes north of Morpeth town centre.
Admission charge for people, free admission for well behaved dogs. Dungeon and upper floors accessed by lift. Fully accessible.
2.75 miles North East of Bardon Mill on B6318 (OS Map 87; ref NY 790687. The fort lies uphill from the car park (a ten minute walk).
On Holy Island, only reached at low tide across causeway (tide tables at each end or details from Berwick Tourist Information Centre - 01289 330733) (OS Map 75; ref NU 126417). Parking 500m from entrance (Borough Council).
Norham village, 6.5 miles South West of Berwick-upon -Tweed on minor road off B6470 (from A698) (OS Map 75; ref NT 906476).
In Prudhoe, on minor road off A695 (OS Map 88; ref NZ 092634). Parking 70m from entrance.
Our Northumbrian trails are a new way to explore and have fun with your dog. They are self-guided walking trails in great locations, ideal for a dog or family walk with a difference. Trails are between 1 and 3 miles and treasure hunt, spy mission or murder [...]