Stablewood’s Guide to February Half Term

Image by English Heritage

With February half term fast approaching we have the perfect guide to keep you and your family entertained, whether you are planning a staycation with us, live in Northumberland or are just passing through, keep reading to find some exciting activities happening this month…

Wilde Farm- Family Farm Experience

Experience life on a local farm this February half term. Would your children be interested in feeding animals including pigs, sheep and ducks or collecting eggs and filling hay bedding? What about meeting the animals and helping British wildlife by putting up bird boxes? An amazing opportunity for a unique family day out perfect for any animal lovers!

To book and find out more click here.

Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens- Fairies Garden Trail

An enchanting walk being held as part of English Heritage’s Hands on with History events from 15th-23rd February. Sure to keep the children entertained, pick up your trail sheet and head out on a magical adventure. How many fairies can you find hidden around the Belsay Hall gardens? You might even stumble upon a fairy village!

Click here for tickets and more information.

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Space Kids at Kielder Castle

For the aspiring astronauts! Kielder Castle is holding an exciting event perfect for any children fascinated by space, take a trip through the cosmos in the large planetarium and, if the weather allows it, you’ll even be able to stargaze through the wide range of telescopes!

This event is held on Sunday’s at 5pm- there are still tickets available for Sunday 23rd February the perfect way to end the half term!

Click here for more info, booking in advance is essential.

Dog Friendly Walks

We may be bias, but we believe Northumberland is the best place to go for a scenic and relaxing walk with your four-legged friend. With many routes to choose, from country to coastal, and an amazing selection of dog friendly beaches there is no need to leave your pooch behind for a brilliant and affordable day out.

Why not check out our Best Dog Friendly Places to Go in Northumberland round up for some further inspiration!

National Trust Images/John Millar