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Here are some website resources that you may find of interest or that might assist you in planning your self catering cottage holiday in Northumberland.
- Farne Islands Boat Trips
Perfect for the wildlife photographer.
- Gliding Over The Cheviots
Nothing beats gliding for the sheer exhilaration of silent flight. Borders gliding is superbly located to take advantage of superb views over the Cheviot Hills and the many thermals they generate. In the right conditions you can fly over Burnfoot to give your envious family a wave!
- Kirkharle Courtyard
The farm where Capability Brown was raised and tutored in landscape design is now a collection of local arts and crafts studios.
- Northern Experience Wildlife Tours
Northern Experience Wildlife Tours provide exclusive natural history excursions and bird watching tours with an enthusiastic, experienced and friendly leader with an intimate knowledge of Northumberland.
If the otters at Burnfoot are not enough, then they can take you to see whales, dolphins, seals, Black Grouse, Goshawks or even Gateshead's famous Red Kites.
- Northumberland National Park
All of the latest information about whats on in the National Park surrounding Burnfoot.
- Northumberland Tourist information
All of the information you need about a visit to Northumberland
- Surfing Lessons
Northside surf school in Amble promises 'smiles guaranteed' with their surf lessons at Druridge Bay. Operates throughout the year.
- Tynedale Fine Art
This fine art gallery in Hexham features the work of local artists and painting courses led by renowned Northumbrian artist Ben Haslam.
- Wild Harmony
Knowledge from the past...skills for the future. Wildharmony is a family run Outdoor Adventure provider based in nearby Byrness who specialise in innovative and exciting ways of exploring, discovering and celebrating the natural world.
Run by ex-serviceman and ecologist Rob Caton, the Ray Mears of Northumberland, who can teach you all manner of bushcraft skills.
Day courses take place in the grounds of Cragside House throughout the year.
Whether you are an individual who would like to attend a course or a family group looking for a new and unforgettable experience, there is something here for you.
- Your Northumberland Guide
The comprehensive guide to Northumberland.