‘Stunning’ The town of Northumberland has been dubbed “wonderful” as one of the most beautiful in the country.
THE UK’S PRETTIEST places have been named, and one market town in Northumberland has cracked the top ten.
There are numerous beautiful towns in the United Kingdom that Britons can visit.
The Daffodil Hotel has picked the country’s most attractive towns, and one Northumberland town made the list.
Alnwick is a bustling market town with lots to see and do.
“Alnwick, a little town in North Northumberland, is one of my favorite locations to visit due of its beauty, history, range of attractions, and vast open spaces,” PamWNorth wrote on Silver Travel Advisor.
Northumberland has more castles than any other county in the United Kingdom.
Alnwick, of course, has one that is truly unique.
Alnwick Castle served as the site for Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in 2001 and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in 2002.
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Alnwick Castle is the UK’s second largest castle, with a 950-year history.
The castle has appeared in a number of films, including the first two Harry Potter films, Transformers, Elizabeth, and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
It was also Brancaster Castle in the Christmas Specials of Downtown Abbey.
“This facility is stunning inside and out and definitely worth a visit,” Mickpip said on Tripadvisor.
“We weren’t sure if this excursion was for us, but we had a fantastic day,” Jeannybeans82 remarked.
“We enjoyed the outside tour, which was a little tongue-in-cheek at times!” State rooms are both fascinating and beautiful.
“An ever-changing image that preserves history while also being current and engaging for future generations.” We spent the entire day there, so we thought our entrance fee was reasonable.
“I would recommend a visit whether or not you are a Harry Potter fan.”
Alnwick, on the other hand, isn’t just worth a visit for its castle.
The charming town features cobblestone streets and a centuries-old history.
The RMS Olympic Dining Room is open to Britons who want to dine in a historic environment.
The first class lounge from the Olympic, the Titanic’s twin ship, is housed in the White Swan Hotel’s restaurant.
The dining room of the ill-fated Titanic is very identical.
A visit to the Alnwick Garden is also recommended.
There’s even a Poison Garden in Alnwick, where visitors are warned that “some plants can kill.”
The world’s largest wooden Treehouse Restaurant, built around 16 lime trees, is open to Britons.
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