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The UK's Quietest National Park

Northumberland National Park is the least populated National Park in the UK. With its clear air, clean waters and dark skies, it is also one of England most tranquil locations. Covering more than 400 square miles, Northumberland National Park provides some of the most stunning scenery in the UK. Running up towards the Scottish Border are the lofty Cheviot Hills, whilst the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site dominates the south, with Kielder Water & Forest Park to the west there's plenty of areas to keep you busy.

Northumberland National Park is a huge adventure playground, with every activity imaginable, from rock climbing and mountain biking to saddling up on a horse. Head out on a walk among the Cheviot or Simonside Hills, explore the valleys of clear rivers including the North Tyne, Rede, Coquet and Beamish or take on the famous Hadrian's Wall Path exploring the ancient Roman Wall.

Whilst you explore everything Northumberland National Park has to offer why not stay in a pub. With a wide range of country pubs and inns housing comfortable and luxurious accommodation you can stay in the heart of the countryside and experience the best local food and drink the area has to offer.  

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