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Discover Riverside's surrounding area

Wooler, Northumberland

Riverside Leisure Park sits on the southern edge of the quiet town of Wooler, on the border of the Northumberland National Park, by the Cheviot Hills. It is a popular base for walkers and is referred to as the “Gateway to the Cheviots”. It lies on the St. Cuthbert’s Way long distance trail between Melrose Abbey and Lindisfarne.

Should you want to explore off-park there's so much to do and see right on your doorstep. The charming market town of Wooler is just a stone's throw away whilst Northumberland National Park and the delightful beaches along the coast offer miles of outstanding walking and cycling routes. What's more, the fantastic range of attractions include tranquil gardens, railway museums and the original Hogwarts location, Alnwick Castle providing something for the whole family whatever the weather.

There's so much to do and see in the local area and to help you make the most of everything that's available we have managed to negotiate a number of discounts at local attractions and activities for our holiday guests. Discounts are detailed below, simply pop into reception and ask for a voucher during your stay.

Kimmerston Riding Centre

Kimmerston Riding Centre

Supervised rides from the Cheviot Hills to the Northumberland Coast with a full range of rides and instruction to excite all skill levels.
 
Find out more by visiting the Kimmerston Riding Centre Website
 

Save 15% on standard prices with discount voucher

Chillingham Castle

Chillingham Castle

Just 20 minutes from the seaside Chillingham Castle ,a 12th century stronghold, is open to the public from Easter through October. Gardens, Lakes and Parklands, Castle State Rooms, Dungeons and Torture Chamber are also open for tours.
 
Home to the only wild cattle in the world, sole survivors of herds that once roamed the forests of Britain.
 
Find out more by visiting Chillingham Castle's Website
Paxton House

Paxton House

Paxton House lies at the heart of 80 acres of woodland, parkland and gardens and offers a fantastic selection of walks, wildlife and scenery.

Overlooking the majestic River Tweed, the house was originally landscaped in the 18th century by Robert Robinson and now incorporates a large variety of riverside walks, trails and outdoor attractions for visitors.

To find out more visit the Paxton House Website 

Save 10% off entry with a discount voucher

Active4Seasons

Active4Seasons

Come and experience the outdoor environment with a qualified and experienced guide. Develop your technical skills and improve your approach to learning, allowing you to go further in your chosen activity.
 
High quality coaching, guiding and expedition service across a wide range of activities - open canoeing, river and sea kayaking, coasteering, mountain biking and mountain scrambling
 
10% off weekdays with voucher (Mar-Oct). 15% off weekdays (Nov-Feb)
 
Find out more by visiting the Active4Seasons Website
 
Ford & Etal Estates - One Destination, Over 20 Attractions

Ford & Etal Estates - One Destination, Over 20 Attractions

Just a few miles from Wooler, there’s so much to see and do at Ford & Etal that you can easily spend a day or more here.  From the working corn mill to the steam railway to the ‘old school’ in Ford to the Heavy Horse Centre, there’s something here for every age and interest.

Show your park Key Fob and receive 15% off entry to Heatherslaw Cornmill, Lady Waterford Hall.

For more information visit the Ford & Etal website 

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