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Hulne Park

Alnwick NE66 1NQ, England
+44 1665 510777
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a great walk

Had planned to visit this lovely park, it's free and large enough to encompass those who would like... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
dk31
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South Queensferry
Visit the Abbey (used in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves)

Visited here for the first time and can't believe I haven't been before or even heard of it until... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lucy A
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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Alnwick NE66 1NQ, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had planned to visit this lovely park, it's free and large enough to encompass those who would like a longer walk. The grounds are lovely and very peaceful. We walked the red route and visited the ruined abbey its a truly charming place. Technically not...More

Thank dk31
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited here for the first time and can't believe I haven't been before or even heard of it until last month. Just outside of Alnwick, parking on the side of the road. Firstly it was lovely not to have dogs and bicycles whizzing past, it's...More

1  Thank Lucy A
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

Completed the red walk 4.7 miles today in hot sunshine. The first mile is along a tarmac road, though you feel out in the country once passing the stone gate. Once you reach the river, the country side and views are beautiful. Walking amongst sheep...More

Thank blackcat2121
Reviewed 24 July 2017

This is a very large park about 1/2 mile out of the centre of Alnwick. It is open until sunset each day, and in summer the evening is a very good time to visit as it is very quiet. The bonus for me though was...More

Thank PeterLanky
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Hulne Park is a great place to walk around. There are way-marks for 3 different walks of varying lengths around the park & the scenery is great all around. We took a wrong turn & ended up backtracking because some of the roads & paths...More

1  Thank Emma O
Reviewed 9 June 2017

There are 3 well sign posted walks through the beautifully kept grounds. The weather was not particularly kind to us, but we did spot grey squirrels and muntjack and thoroughly enjoyed all the grounds we saw.

Thank Andy B
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Take a leisurely walk around Hulne Park (there are different walks and different lengths for each walk) and you'll be amazed at such beautiful, breath taking scenery. See wildlife, flora and fauna especially on a warm day. Will take around 2 hours to walk right...More

1  Thank Joblilco
Reviewed 2 May 2017

There is a notice on the main gate that states clearly "no dogs allowed" for anyone to mark this place down because of this is downright ignorant. The estate belongs to the Duke of Northumberland, there are three walks of varying lengths you are allowed...More

2  Thank captainmarvel2016
Reviewed 19 April 2017

What a lovely walk we went on with our dogs, would recommend a long lead as the odd car does go past. it was sunny which made it even more enjoyable. You could walk for miles through the park, plenty of paths going in various...More

Thank katybarton509
Reviewed 25 March 2017

This is part of the farming element of the Alnwick estate, with some lovely free walks that include ruined ecclesiastical buildings,a folly, fabulous views and a lot of piece and quiet. Parking free all over Alnwick with the disc system or just outside the gate.

1  Thank GillyPNorthEastCoast
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Guy W
28 May 2017|
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Response from neilEngland |
No - well not unless you work or live in the park. They can.
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Tracey P
29 March 2017|
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Response from neilEngland |
No dogs, not even on leads.
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Penny M
22 June 2015|
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Response from Andrea-Rob2012 |
It's free
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