Attractions near West Moor Farm Cottage

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Cragside (6 Miles)*
Enter the world of Lord Armstrong - Victorian inventor, innovator and lanscape genius. Cragside house was the wonder of its age, and the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity.
Herterton House Garden and Nursery (7 Miles)*
Created by Frank and Marjorie Lawley since 1976, this is a small (1 acre) new country garden on 17th Century lines.
Wallington Hall (8 Miles)*
Wallington Hall in Northumberland has a number of interesting claims to fame. It has the largest farm shop on any National Trust property.
Belsay Hall (9 Miles)*
With its 19th century hall, Grade I listed gardens and 14th century castle, Belsay Hall is one of the best-value days out in Northumberland.
Woodhorn Museum (10 Miles)*
Woodhorn, just 20 minutes north of Newcastle Upon Tyne, is an amazing day out for all ages at any time of year.Inspired by monster coal cutting machines once used deep underground, the stunning Cutt
Alnwick Castle (12 Miles)*
The mighty medieval fortress of Alnwick Castle is one of Europe's finest, set in a stunning landscape.
Howick Hall Gardens (16 Miles)*
The gardens at Howick are deliberately aimed at garden lovers and we intend to keep them free from commercial exploitation.
Seaton Delaval Hall (16 Miles)*
Seaton Delaval Hall is a splendid English baroque house, regarded by many as Sir John Vanbrugh's masterpiece.
Dunstanburgh Castle (17 Miles)*
Standing on a dramatic headland overlooking the North East coast, Dunstanburgh was once the largest castle in Northumberland.
Path Head Water Mill (19 Miles)*
Path Head Water Mill offers a great day out for all the family. Visitors can see the changes and amazing progress made to date in restoring this once derelict site in Blaydon.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near West Moor Farm Cottage
Felton (5 Miles)*
Rothbury (6 Miles)*
The Ancient market town of Rothbury, on the River Coquet can trace its origins back to c.1100. In the surrounding hills there is evidence of much earlier Bronze Age settlements, hill forts and cup and ring marks.
Morpeth (7 Miles)*
Shilbottle (9 Miles)*
Belsay (10 Miles)*
Cresswell (10 Miles)*
Cresswell is a small Northumberland village, popular with walkers and bird watchers. It is situated on the North Sea coast, about four miles north of the small town of Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, on the wide sweep of Druridge Bay.
Ashington (10 Miles)*
There is no escape from the fact that coal was largely responsible for the development of Ashington. Prior to the first efforts to extract coal early in the nineteenth century, the town was little more than a collection of farms.
Warkworth (10 Miles)*
Amble (10 Miles)*
Amble is at the mouth of the River Coquet. From the harbour you can see the daily catches of fish being unloaded; view the stunning sight of Warkworth Castle on the horizon. The RSPB reserve lies a mile off the coastline on Coquet Island.
Bedlington (11 Miles)*
Bedlington has seen the effects of two major industries on the town. Early growth was due to the development of the first malleable railtrack and the production of some landmark locomotives.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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