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The Cheviot Hills are England's most northerly hills and cover some 400 square miles of the Northumberland National Park. These are hills of distant horizons and endless space, where history is never far away. These are hills which slip effortlessly across the wild and high border into Scotland, where walking over some of the loneliest country in England is just about as good as walking can get.
Northumberland National Park Authority
Northumberland NE46 1BS
+44 (0) 1665 578890
Located in the heart of the Northumberland National Park and with grounds designed by Capability Brown, Hesleyside is a magnificent and historic house which is now home to William and Anna Charlton and their family. The ancestral home of th...
Steeped in history and set in glorious Northumberland countryside, Capheaton Hall is a unique place to stay and is open for guests to enjoy and explore for the first time in its history. Dating back to 1668 and a much treasured family home, Capheaton...