Set in the Coquet Valley, Brinkburn is close to a number of towns, villages and sites of natural beauty. Whatever you're after, Northumberland has something for you.
Alnmouth & Warkworth Beaches
The closest beaches to Brinkburn are Warkworth and Alnmouth just 15 miles away. Long stretches of golden sand framed by high rising sand dunes and with gorgeous views further along the coast.
At the northern end of the Northumberland coast Beadnell is 30 miles from Brinkburn but well worth the drive. There is something for everyone as the gorgeous bay has a selection of water sports on offer as well as the ‘Bait at Beadnell’ fish shack serving catch of the day throughout the summer months.
Druridge Bay Country Park
A beautiful, coastal country park which is made up of three miles of coastline, a freshwater lake and many walking trails. There is also a shop, café and visitor centre.
Northumberland is home to many enchanting and historic locations, including Hogwarts! Located 15 miles north of Brinkburn in the market town of Alnwick which is also worth exploring whilst you’re there.
The world-famous wall that stretches coast to coast, the most popular sites to visit along the wall include Sycamore Gap, Housesteads and Vindolanda which are all approximately an hours scenic drive from Brinkburn.
National Trust Properties
Northumberland is home to many magnificent National Trust properties. Cragside is only four miles from Brinkburn and Wallington Hall is only 16 miles inland from Brinkburn.
Home to some of the most beautiful walks in the county, the Cheviot Hills are popular among walkers locally and from afar. The range includes popular peaks such as Cheviot Hill, Hedgehope and Windy Gyle.