Door 2 Tour

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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Kingdom Of Northumbria & The Scottish Borders Gold

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TBAK12018

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

Holiday Highlights

Holy Island and Lindisfarne

Beautiful Bamburgh

Coldstream, Kelso and Tweed Valley

Ford and Etal Villages

Rothbury and Cragside House

Historic Alnwick Gardens

PRICE FROM ? £770 per person
Plan My Trip

We depart and make our way to Northumberland where we enjoy 5 nights stay with dinner, bed and breakfast.

During your stay
• Visit to Alnwick and a visit to the delightful Alnwick Gardens, described by the Victorians as the ‘Windsor of the North’. The Castle has recently featured in the Harry Potter films and Alnwick Garden was the inspiration of the Duchess of Northumberland.• Visit to the villages of Ford and Etal, a vast rural estate with Visitor Centre and the Black Bull, Northumberland’s only thatched roof pub.• Lady Waterford Hall, a ride on the Heatherslaw steam light railway and a visit to the Heatherslaw corn mill.• Berwick-upon-Tweed, with its Castles and Towers.• Our excursion takes us across the causeway to Holy Island and the mysterious Lindisfarne Castle – visible in the distancefrom Bamburgh. NOTE: The crossing of the causeway to Holy Island is governed by tide times. It may be necessary to amend this excursion.• Journey through beautiful countryside to the capital of Coquetdale, Rothbury.• Magnificent Cragside House, now in the care of the National Trust. Cragside was the first house to be lit by electricity – a wonder of the Victorian age.

After breakfast we leave and begin our journey home

Other Information

Your Hotel

The Holiday Inn Gosforth Park

The Holiday Inn Gosforth Park is an ideal

base for this holiday and facilities include indoor

swimming pool, gym, steam room, sauna and

spa bath. All bedrooms are en suite with TV,

telephone and tea/coffee making facilities.

The hotel has a lift

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