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A Tour of Northumberland Villages

Longer video clip taken on a local cycling circuit passing through some of the small Northumberland villages.
ActivCycles

ActivCycles

Our family run business has a fully equipped workshop for servicing and repairs on all makes of bicycles, and an extensive range of bikes and accessories for sale.

Alnmouth / Warkworth Loop

This route links two of Northumberland's loveliest villages. Alnmouth, with it's single main street leading to the mouth of the River Aln, and larger Warkworth which sits on the River Coquet with it's ancient gateway and bridge, fine village centre and towering castle. The route is 50% quiet lanes, and 50% cycle path off the road, and is particular suitable for novice riders. Distance - 10.5 miles (can be halved). Suitable for all bike types.

Alnwick Castle and The Alnwick Garden

One of our regions icons
Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh Castle

Enjoy a great day out at Bamburgh Castle. Explore 14 public areas, learn more about the castle from our friendly knowledgeable guides and new audio tour. Watch history being uncovered during live archaeological excavations. Refreshments are available in the Clock Tower Tea Rooms. Specialising in Northumberland produce sample a range of delicious home cooked meals and light snacks.
Barrowburn Tea Room

Barrowburn Tea Room

Discover a unique and magical place in the heart of Northumberland's Cheviot Hills. This is truly an unspoilt place, and has come to epitomize the beauty and ruggedness associated with the Northumberland National Park.

Black Grouse - Route 1

Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. Starting in Bellingham, the capital of the North Tyne, the route follows quiet country lanes taking the rider over Sundaysight which offers tremendous open vistas of the wild and rugged landscape of this area of England, and a feeling of real isolation before dropping down to the pretty village of Greenhaugh and then following the tranquil valley of the river North Tyne back to Bellingham.
Blaydon Cycling Club

Blaydon Cycling Club

We are a free to ride ‘Social Club’ and we take the pace easier than most but always regroup at regular intervals and at our designated cake stop -finding the best cakes is almost as important as the ride itself!.
Bridge End Cottage

Bridge End Cottage

Bridge End Cottage is a country cottage with a real wow factor! Located in the village of Alwinton close to The Sandstone Way and Pennine Cycleway, and only 20 minutes drive from the market town of Rothbury.
British Cycling

British Cycling

British Cycling is the national governing body for cycling as recognised by the UCI – the international federation for the sport.

Buzzard - Route 2

CLICK ABOVE FOR DOWNLOAD. Part of the Bellingham & North Tyne Circular Cycle Routes set. Description: Follows the existing National Cycle Network, R.68 and R.10, to Greenhaugh in a circular route along quiet country lanes
Calico Barn

Calico Barn

Calico Barn is a converted barn at Hemscott Hill Farm, a mere 2 minute walk from an amazing 7 mile stretch of beach at Druridge Bay and only 1 mile north of Cresswell. Situated near to The Coast & Castles (NCN 1) cycle route, Calico Barn offers B&B accommodation and sleeps 18 people in a mix of twin, family and bunk rooms. In the summer months there are always free refreshments available for passing cyclists, and you are most welcome to use our facilities if you are passing.

Carriages Tea Room

Perfectly situated in a renovated 1957 MK1 train carriage and located at the Platform of Bellingham Station in Bellingham, capital of the North Tyne and on the edge of Northumberland National Park.
Cheese Loft Cafe

Cheese Loft Cafe

Popular cafe with cyclists near Stannington
Cheviot View B&B

Cheviot View B&B

A cyclist friendly,comfortable,clean 3 room b/b located in the village of Powburn close to the Ingram Valley. Ideally situated for those completing day 1 of the Sandstone Way or, Pennine Cycleway (NCN 68),and anyone wishing to explore the Cheviot Hills.
Chillingham Castle Tearoom

Chillingham Castle Tearoom

Tearoom on The Sandstone Way offering a selection of home cooked foods and soup along with sandwiches and refreshments, in the medieval setting of the Minstrels’ Hall with its large and comforting log fire. Opening times: 12 Noon - 5pm every day (closed Saturdays)

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