The village of Longframlington is situated 11 miles North West of Morpeth and five miles South East of Rothbury. The manor was originally held by the Eslington family. The family became extinct in the reign of Henry VIII and the estate was sold off in Lots. By the middle of the nineteenth century, the village was the property of the Duke of Northumberland and a number of different freeholders.
The Anglers Arms
A public house offering food, drink and accommodation in Weldon Bridge.
Brinkburn Classical Music Summer Festival
Classical music event held every year in July at Brinkburn Priory.
Fram Park
Offering holiday accommodation in log cabins. Includes, tariff, details and photographs of the cabins and surrounding area. Located in North End.
Longframlington Gardens
Selling a selection of trees, shrubs, perennial, herbs, climbers and rock garden plants in 12 acres of nurseries. Includes location map.
Northumberland Communities - Longframlington
Offering details, history, location and photographs of this small Northumberland village.
Northumbrian Cottages
Offer self catering cottages in Northumberland and the Scottish borders.
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