01670 519 952 / firstname.lastname@example.org (North East)
Depart local pick up points this morning and travel by luxury coach.
Enjoy free time to explore the local area, we depart for home approximately 17:00.
Sunnyhills Farm Shop is located 500m from the A1 at Belford. A stone’s throw from Bamburgh, we are situated right where the Northumbrian coast meets the rolling hills of the countryside.
We are so much more than just a Farm Shop, boasting an extensive Gift Shop, a wonderful Deli serving hot and cold food to take away, fresh pies and bread baked daily, fresh meats, BBQ packs and much more.
We have a vast selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and a great selection of everyday foods. The Bistro at Sunnyhills is fully licensed and serves hot and cold food, including full English breakfasts, home cooked lunches, freshly baked cakes and also opens Friday & Saturday for evening meals.
With such a diverse offering, Sunnyhills Farm Shop is fast becoming a must see destination on your visit to Northumberland.
Berwick-upon-Tweed sits at the most northerly tip of Northumberland, just 3 miles from the Scottish Border. A coastal town with four sandy beaches and beautiful riverside walks, Berwick is perfectly situated for a relaxing break and a haven for walkers and cyclists.
This peaceful town is a far cry from Berwick's turbulent past; captured or sacked 13 times before finally falling into English hands in 1482, Berwick’s great Elizabethan walls were built to keep invading Scots from entering the town. Walk the complete circuit, taking in spectacular views across the River Tweed estuary and Berwick’s three bridges, including the iconic Royal Border Bridge, built by Robert Stevenson and one of the finest bridges of its kind in the world.
Explore Berwick's history by visiting museums in Berwick Barracks and The Main Guard. Take a tour of the town’s old courtroom, jail lockups and notorious ‘drunk’s cell’ in the upper floors of Berwick Town Hall.
The historic town of Eyemouth, 5 miles north of the border with England, boasts a natural harbour and fine coastal scenery.
Fishing at Eyemouth dates back to the 13th century and the harbour is still active with its colourful fleet. Like other coastal communities in the 18th century, smuggling was rife amidst the clusters of houses, narrow wynds, caves and underground tunnels. The solitary mansion of Gunsgreen House on the south side of the harbour was at the centre of this illicit trade in wine, spirits, tea and tobacco. It has been a visitor attraction since 2009.
In the 19th century the industry flourished on the basis of haddock and herring fishing, but the port suffered a devastating blow on the 14th October 1881. A storm wrecked the fishing fleet and 189 fishermen, 129 from Eyemouth alone, were drowned, many within sight of the shore. The local museum illustrates the town's history, with a 15-ft tapestry commemorating the disaster.
Morpeth: Bus Station - 09:00
Pegswood: Opposite Cookswell Garage - 08:55
Pegswood: Train Station Bus Stop - 08:52
Ashington: Sports Direct - 08:45
Ashington: The Elephant Pub - 08:40
Stakeford: Morpeth Road, Half Moon Bus Stop - 08:35
Stakeford: Opposite The Cherry Tree Pub - 08:32
Guidepost: The Square Bus Stop - 08:30
Choppington: Opposite The Travellers Rest - 08:27
Bedlington: Market Square Bus Stop - 08:20
Blyth: Library Bus Stop - 08:05
Cramlington: Manor Walks, near Sainsburys - 07:45
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The following room types are still available on this tour: