The imposing 14th century keep of Warkworth Castle towers above both the River Coquet and the village of Warkworth, about 25 ... More
The imposing 14th century keep of Warkworth Castle towers above both the River Coquet and the village of Warkworth, about 25 miles north of Newcastle. There's plenty to explore in this castle which belonged to the powerful Percy family. Through them, Warkworth achieved wider fame for being the setting of several scenes in Shakespeare's Henry IV. In late spring, daffodils below the keep are an attraction in their own right. A walk along the banks of the Coquet takes you to a ferry which, if the boatman is there, will take you to a 14th century Hermitage cut into the rock across the river.
Located just off bustling High Street Kensington, The Elephant and Castle is a well known traditional, genuine Kensington pub. It's
not overly large but is full of atmosphere, with trinkets of a bygone age hanging from every available surface. ...
Situated only 15 miles north of York, Castle Howard is the perfect example of an English stately home set in
a thousand acres of sweeping parkland. It is the ancestral home of the Howards and has been so for ...
Once a 19th century mansion, the Longhirst Hall Classic offers a secluded vacation spot surrounded by 75 acres of woodland.
Newcastle and its airport are approximately 18 miles from the hotel. The expansive property offers an 18 hole golf ...
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