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Restaurants in Northumberland

Northumberland, Britain's least densely populated county not only boasts its own National Park but its own flag, tartan and own dialect. It also has the largest man made forest and lake in the country.

Northumberland is well served by numerous good restaurants that remain loyal to the county's famous produce. Especially look out for oak-smoked kippers, wild salmon, organic lamb from the heather clad hills, North Sea shellfish, local cheeses, grouse from the moors and Lindisfarne oysters.

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General Havelock Inn - Haydon Bridge
Two-centuries-old roadside inn not far from Hadrian's Wall
  
Victoria Hotel - Bamburgh
Dominating the centre of Bamburgh and overlooking the historic village green
  
The Otterburn Tower - Otterburn
Produce from the hotel's vegetable garden, local farms and -of course - the river
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Alnwick Bamburgh Belford
Bellingham Berwick upon Tweed Corbridge
Cornhill on Tweed Falstone Great Whittington
Haydon Bridge Heddon on the Wall Hexham
Matfen Morepth Morpeth
Otterburn Ponteland Shotley Bridge
Stocksfield Warkworth


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