This is a complete circular route visiting the villages of both Warenford (with White Star Inn – dog friendly) and Lucker (with Apple Inn – dog friendly). You could equally make a circular walk visiting just one of the villages using the other footpaths in the locality.
This is a short walk up to Huds Knowe Hill above Birchwood Hall from where you can get an excellent panoramic view of the Northumbrian Coast and Countryside. A great walk at sunset. This is not a public footpath and is for guests of Shearling Cottage only – please lookout for the “Permissive Footpath” marker on the roadside gate.
Follow the arrow markers from the top of the Caravan Site and this route will connect you with the public footpath which runs north-south. Turning north you can climb Cragmill Hill (see below), turning south will connect you with the Northumberland Coastal Path and St Oswald’s Way (see below).
A short walk across our farm from the Caravan Site will take you to Cragmill Hill. From the top of the hill you get a great panoramic view of the coast including Holy Island and Budle Bay.
This route will take you to Belford utilising public footpaths.
This is just one of numerous possible walks taking you via St Cuthbert’s Cave from Belford. This route follows sections of the Northumberland Coastal Path and St Oswald’s Way and will give you both a panoramic view of the Cheviot Hills and also the Coast. There are dozens of excellent footpaths north west of Belford where you can enjoy short or long strolls. There are also bridleways which are good for mountain biking. There are plenty of free places to park in Belford.
This is just one of numerous possible walks taking you to Bamburgh. This route follows sections of the Northumberland Coastal Path and St Oswald’s Way and will take you onto the beach between Budle Bay and Bamburgh Castle.