Longframlington Village
The tranquil village of Longframlington, 'home' to Holme Lodges.


Nestled in the heart of North Northumberland, a recognised Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), situated between the Cheviots Hills (straddling the Anglo-Scottish border between Northumberland and the Scottish Borders) and spectacular coastline is the friendly village of Longframlington.

Longframlington, located within 1 mile of Holme Lodges has a range of facilities including numerous local shops and pubs including its famous Village Shop. The surrounding countryside is ideal for woodland walks and cycling whilst visitor attractions including Cragside, Alnwick Castle and pristine sandy beaches are only a short drive away.

The Cheviot Hills, Northumberland
The Cheviot Hills, Northumberland

Out & About in Northumberland

Steeped in cultural heritage, Northumberland boasts over 30 miles of unspoilt beaches, quaint fishing villages, picturesque seaside towns and and more castles than any other county in England including Alnwick, Bamburgh, Lindisfarne and Warkworth.

There is something for everyone with over 30 miles of beaches the Northumberland Coast is simply breathtaking, combined with picturesque seaside towns, quaint fishing villages and more castles than any other county in England including Alnwick, Warkworth, Bamburgh and Lindisfarne.

The local area is often used for film and television locations including; Harry Potter, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Transformers, Downton Abbey and  ITV’s detective series `Vera’.

Alnwick Castle
Alnwick Castle, film location for Harry Potter, Downton Abbey, Robin Hood and more.

Outdoor Activities

There are a wealth of walking and cycling routes in the local area including the Northumberland Coastal Path (spanning some 60 plus miles), St Oswald’s and St Cuthbert’s Way.

From Bamburgh and Beadnell to Low Newton and Embleton passing Dunstanburgh Castle, walking is reasonably flat along the coastline which provides stunning scenery in all seasons. The Cheviot Hills and surrounding areas including Cragside, the Simonside Hills and Thrunton Woods are highly recommended; where there is something for all abilities.

Sunrise at Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland
Sunrise at Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland.