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Fabulous location for a walk or just a stroll. No dogs or bikes permitted so this just added to our experience. Well maintained paths on choice of 3 different lengths of walks.
No car park but free parking along the lane leading to gatehouse. Be...More
A brilliant place to go walking. It is just outside the centre of Alnwick and open from 11am until sunset. There are a variety of routes, the yellow route in particular, although shorter than the others has absolutely stunning views over Northumberland and towards the...More
I'm a regular Walker in Hulne Park and have been for many years. There are several coloured marked paths through the estate which you should keep to, as parts of the estate are working farmland and a sawmill. The trails are fairly easy going but...More
We found this place purely by accident but will be back. Great for a walk and a picnic and the fact there are no dogs allowed or bikes means you can meander the paths without fear of being accosted by either. Great spot for a...More
We were surprised to find that the estate is now not open till 11 AM, but that did not deter us we returned at an appropriate time and had a great walk which was only curtailed by the attack of swarms of flies. Just nature,...More
Peaceful and scenic, what more could you want! It’s so picturesque, our photos don’t really do it justice and we didn’t take many but round every corner we were amazed by how stunning it was. There’s 3 trails to follow ranging from 4 miles to...More
Not far from the town centre, Hulne Park is a sure way to get away from the mob and go for a calm, relaxing walk in the middle of nature. The forested area is home to deer and grouse that you will have no problem...More
This park is extensive and is part of the Duke of Northumberland's Estate which means you can only walk in there after 11am and have to be out by dusk. No dogs are allowed which I mention so folk know. It is no problem for...More