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Top 5 Things to do for Mother’s Day in Northumberland

Bamburgh Castle

This year, Mother’s Day lands on Sunday 31st March. To ensure you’ve got plenty of options for your celebrations, Stablewood Coastal Cottages have pulled together a collection of things to do in Northumberland for mum’s all-over to enjoy!

The average mum has been found to work the equivalent of two full-time jobs every week, so her Mother’s Day itinerary should be as stress-free and rewarding as possible. Whether she loves the great outdoors or just spending precious time with loved-ones, here’s how to make her Mother’s Day one to remember.

1. Spa Day Packages with Beau Monde

Give your mum the relaxation time she deserves with Spa Day Packages at Beau Monde Salon & Spa in Lucker, Northumberland.

Beau Monde Salon & Spa offers an oasis of serenity in the heart of the Northumberland countryside with purpose-built spa facilities and treatment rooms. Indulge in luxury beauty treatments, unwind in the beautiful Turkish and rejuvenate in the sauna and steam rooms.

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Bamburgh Castle sunset

2. Visit Bamburgh Castle

Enjoy a walk across the breath-taking stretch of beach belittled by the magnificent Bamburgh Castle. Explore the rich history that lays within the thick castle walls; here you can find displays holding artefacts dating back to 10000BC throughout the state rooms and a museum dedicated to the incredible technology pioneered by the 1st Lord Armstrong of Bamburgh Castle.

10:00 – Grounds open
11:00 – State Rooms open
16:00 – Last entry to grounds
16:15 – Last entry to the State Rooms
17:00 – Closed

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Craster Village Northumberland Fishing

3. Walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle

The walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh on the Northumberland Coast has been previously nominated as one the top 100 walks in the country. This route is part of a longer walk, managed by the National Trust, from Craster to Low Newton and back offering views of the ruined Dunstanburgh Castle and the vast expanse of Embleton Bay.

On your return to Craster, once you’ve explored the site of Dunstanburgh Castle, we’d recommend dropping into The Jolly Fisherman for a hearty Mother’s Day Sunday lunch! Or if your appetite doesn’t stretch that far, try their world-famous North Sea crab sandwiches.

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Northumberland Zoo Kirley Hall Meerkats Mothers Day

4. Kirkley Hall Zoo

Fun for all the family; from Alpacas to Cockatoos, Monkeys to Meerkats, Kirkley Hall Zoo offers a great day out with activities and events catered to all ages. Learn more about the conservation and research the team at Kirkley Hall conduct to ensure the species they hold are well cared for; you can do your bit by donating to the Zoo or adopting an animal as an unusual Mother’s Day gift!

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Alnwick Castle, Northumberland - England

5. Visit Alnwick Castle & The Alnwick Garden

Owned and lived-in by the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle plays host to a wealth of history and fun activities for all ages to enjoy. Used as a filming location for Harry Potter, Transformers and many more big screen titles, Alnwick Castle provide tours explaining the magic behind the movies as well as the deep history associated with the castle walls and the town.

A short walk from the castle lies The Alnwick Garden. Marvel at the sight of a 120-water-jet Grand Cascade before a spot of lunch 18-metres above the ground at one of the largest wooden treehouses in the world. Take a guided tour of the Posion Garden – created by the Duchess of Northumberland to drive awareness of the dangers of harmful plants such as belladonna, hemlock, tobacco and cannabis.

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Self-catering cottage in Northumberland, Old Mill cottage living room

Make a weekend of it!

Stablewood Coastal Cottages have some fabulous deals on to create the perfect Mother’s Day retreat for all ages to unwind and enjoy.

The Old Mill Cottage | Lucker, Northumberland

This stunning Grade II listed cottage is a former village flour mill, transformed into a luxurious and comfortable self-catering cottage in Northumberland.

Sleeping up to 6 guests, this cottage boasts 3 en-suite bedrooms with modern facilities throughout. The cottage is also characterised by traditional wood beams in the living room and dining area.

Its location benefits from peaceful surroundings, within easy reach of amenities and tourist attractions in the heart of the village.

  • £650 for a 3 night stay in a cosy 3-bed Northumberland cottage
  • Hot tub hire included over the 3 nights
  • Dog friendly!
  • A stone’s throw from Beau Monde Salon & Spa and eateries The Apple Inn and The Apple Core – All of which offer a discount for Stablewood customers

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