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Lucker Hall

Northumberland, England
Durham: a true treasure of a town

Durham: a true treasure of a town

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 21 November 2018

Northumberland. A county of dark skies; of an unspoiled, spectacular READ MORE

Northumberland’s all-year-round celestial lightshow

Northumberland’s all-year-round celestial lightshow

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 16 August 2018

Many visitors to Northumberland go there in search of the spectacular coastline, studded with majestic, unspoilt sandy beaches and hidden coves; of fantastic walks through one of England’s...

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Fun for Lucker guests as the North goes on show

Fun for Lucker guests as the North goes on show

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 17 May 2018

Half art, half tech, and a whole lot of fun: that’s what awaits visitors to the Great Exhibition of the North, taking place this summer in Newcastle and Gateshead, an easy drive from Lucker...

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Run for your lives! (And the lives of others)

Run for your lives! (And the lives of others)

Posted by Jonathan Broom on 24 April 2018

If British distance running can be said to have seasons, then spring and summer are Marathon Season (for which the recent London Marathon fired the starting pistol), while autumn and winter belong...

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Craster walk to Dunstanburgh Castle

Craster walk to Dunstanburgh Castle

Posted by Luci Ackers on 20 December 2017

Craster –> Dunstanburgh Castle –> Craster A great walk at any time of year. And a personal favourite of mine. This 5-mile circular walk has a little bit of...

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Photography and guided walks in Northumberland

Photography and guided walks in Northumberland

Posted by Luci Ackers on 12 October 2017

With the whole of Northumberland right on your doorstep, Lucker Hall is a fantastic place from which to discover the county's enviable landscapes. And with so much to see, it...

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Alnwick Castle open air Harry Potter screening

Alnwick Castle open air Harry Potter screening

Posted by Luci Ackers on 24 July 2017

Harry Potter was one of the most successful film franchises to date. But did you know that a popular filming location is just a short distance from Lucker Hall? Alnwick Castle...

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Follow Berwick

Follow Berwick's Lowry Trail and discover famous locations

Posted by Luci Ackers on 28 March 2017

Header image: © Copyright Chris Newman and licensed for reuse via READ MORE

Walking Northumberland

Walking Northumberland

Posted by Luci Ackers on 15 February 2017

If you're staying at Lucker, why not take the opportunity to walk the stunning Northumberland countryside with Patrick Norris, a professional walks guide who is completely...

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Discover Northumberland

Discover Northumberland's spectacular castle coastline

Posted by Luci Ackers on 20 January 2017

Northumberland's coastline is such a well-regarded stretch of the country that it has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This remote, sometimes wild, landscape...

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For a rainy day in Northumberland

For a rainy day in Northumberland

Posted by Luci Ackers on 22 November 2016

For a secret haven on a rainy day why not try Barter Books? This quaint bookshop in Alnwick is just 30 minutes from Lucker Hall and provides a warm welcome...

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Supermoon this November 2016

Supermoon this November 2016

Posted by Luci Ackers on 10 November 2016

Get ready for this month's supermoon! Kielder Northumberland is the ideal place to view the supermoon this November 2016, with...

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Who was Walter Scott and why is he so famous?

Who was Walter Scott and why is he so famous?

Posted by Luci Ackers on 28 September 2016

Above photo of the huge Scott Monument, located in the centre of Edinburgh. Lucker Hall is the...

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Pitman Painters: The group of talented Northumberland miners in the 1930s

Pitman Painters: The group of talented Northumberland miners in the 1930s

Posted by Luci Ackers on 16 September 2016

The Ashington Group was a collection of artists based in Northumberland in the 1930s. Comprised of a collection of miners from the nearby Collieries of Woodhorn and Ellington, its...

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Northumberland

Northumberland's Castles | Seven of the best places to visit during your stay

Posted by Luci Ackers on 23 August 2016

Northumberland is undoubtedly castle country... Due to its position between Scotland and England, Northumberland has seen many conflicts and the huge quantity...

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The Kielder Water and Forest Park: Dark skies, wildlife and lots of walks!

The Kielder Water and Forest Park: Dark skies, wildlife and lots of walks!

Posted by Luci Ackers on 29 July 2016

Image: The Kielder Observatory At Lucker Hall you are just a drive away from the third largest area...

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Medieval village lies under the new Lucker Hall in Northumberland

Medieval village lies under the new Lucker Hall in Northumberland

Posted by Luci Ackers on 18 July 2016

Northumberland has a long and interesting history, which is why so many people enjoy visiting – and why we were so excited about Lucker Hall. What was...

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Alnwick Castle: Days out in Northumberland

Alnwick Castle: Days out in Northumberland

Posted by Luci Ackers on 29 June 2016

Alnwick Castle You might recognise this majestic, picture-perfect setting from such films as Harry Potter, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)...

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Wildlife in Northumberland: Lucker Hall site is a haven for bats

Wildlife in Northumberland: Lucker Hall site is a haven for bats

Posted by Luci Ackers on 27 June 2016

There are 18 species of bat in the UK and we are lucky enough to have a number of these speedy little night-creatures living on site at Lucker! By law any new...

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The Holy Island of Lindisfarne: what makes Lindisfarne so important?

The Holy Island of Lindisfarne: what makes Lindisfarne so important?

Posted by Luci Ackers on 21 June 2016

A tiny corner of Northumberland is home to, arguably, one of the most important sites of British history... The Holy Island of Lindisfarne was hugely...

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Lucker Hall site undergoes major reconstruction in Northumberland

Lucker Hall site undergoes major reconstruction in Northumberland

Posted by Luci Ackers on 16 June 2016

We are proud to announce Lucker's grand opening! Lucker Hall was a listed mansion in the heart of the Northumberland countryside. Following a devastating fire, the site was...

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