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Local attractions include The Alnwick Garden, one of the largest attractions in Northumberland as well as smaller destinations like the Chain Bridge Honey Farm where our breakfast honey originates.
Visit the honey farm to sample and buy W.S. Robson’s natural honey products – from beeswax lip balm to honey mustard and honey ice cream, see a living beehive and learn about the production of honey, and have a cup of tea aboard the vintage bus café. There’s always a jar of Willy Robson’s Crunchy Honey Mustard on the sideboard for you to try at Fenham – delicious with a sausage!
Large secondhand book shop in a converted Victorian railway station in Alnwick – a good place for whiling away a rainy day.
Part of the Duke of Northumberland’s estate, next to the castle in Alnwick. The gardens are a contemporary development, and have become one of the largest tourist attractions in Northumberland.
A traditional water-powered mill producing flour and baked goods available in the Granary café and shop. Light railway for children and families running steam trains from Heatherslaw into Etal village.