The county of Northumberland has much to offer visitors and holidaymakers. The scenic beauty of the North Sea coastline, extending north to Scotland and south to Tyne and Wear, draws many visitors to the towns and districts of Northumberland such as Berwick upon Tweed, the market town of Alnwick and civil centre of Morpeth and more commercial centres of Blyth Valley and Wansbeck.
Inland attractions are also popular including historic towns such as Hexham and Roman ruins like Hadrian's Wall, both found in the Tynedale district. For those wishing to explore outside the county, excellent road networks link London and Edinburgh and Cumbria and the Lake District.
As an area heavily reliant on tourism. Northumberland boasts a range of services and amenities for visitors and residents. A wide selection of accommodation options are available as are a range of entertainment and leisure facilities. This is matched by a host of Northumberland hotel, eateries, bistros, cafés bars and Northumberland restaurants from homely Inns offering traditional fayre to high class establishments serving the finest local, national and international cuisine.
The county has a long tradition of producing good local produce and has annual food and craft festivals. Local meat products, honey and award winning cheeses are all highly regarded. With the River Tweed and a long North Sea coastline, the county produces excellent seafood including salmon and herring, traditionally smoked in a 19th century smoke house in the town of Seahouses.
From a pub lunch to high cuisine, Northumberland Restaurants cater for every taste and budget with a range of freshly prepared produce either locally produced or expertly sourced. As a modern and diverse county, international restaurants are also recognised, serving Indian, Italian, Chinese and many other worldwide dishes and flavours.
Whatever your taste buds are telling you, please select from our list of Northumberland Restaurants to satisfy your appetite.