(previously named "Allenton" and sometimes still referred to as
this) is a village and parish in Northumberland, England. It is
about 18 miles (29 km) to the west of Alnwick. Alwinton village lies
at the head of the Coquet valley, on the edge of both the Otterburn
Army Training Estate and the Northumberland National Park, roughly
10 miles (16 km) from the border with Scotland.
A road continues past
Alwinton into the Cheviot Hills where it terminates at the ancient
Roman encampment of Chew Green. Having no shops, Alwinton's social
life centres on the Rose and Thistle Inn Public House owned by the
latchams. Regular Church of England services are offered at St.
Michael and All Angels, which traditionally serves the parish of
Alwinton encompassing the nearby townships of Biddlestone, Burradon,
Clennell, Fairhaugh, Farnham, Linbriggs, Netherton, Peels, and
Clennell Hall Riverside
Tel: 01913 780146
quiet, country caravan park in Northumberland; located in upper
Coquetdale, Alwinton near Rothbury.
Park sits peacefully beside the Northumberland National Park famed
for its breathtaking beauty and sparsely populated environment, with
flora and fauna in abundance. No busy roads or traffic nearby, just
the gentle bleating of sheep in the surrounding fields, penetrates
the tranquillity of this quiet, country retreat.
paradise for walkers and cyclists and the ideal place to relax and
Park facilities include Specially designated area for tents, tourers
and motor homes with electric hook-up available, Laundry and
washroom facilities, Static Caravans for sale with full mains
services, Children’s Play Area, Fishing opportunities nearby and
Dogs are welcome at the Park but must be on a short lead and
Offers available for static caravan investment on vacant pitches.
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