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Hulne Park

Alnwick NE66 1NQ, England
+44 1665 510777
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An Oasis

Not far from the town centre, Hulne Park is a sure way to get away from the mob and go for a calm... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
André S
What a fantastic place to walk

This park is extensive and is part of the Duke of Northumberland's Estate which means you can only... read more

Reviewed 10 March 2018
Gwen P
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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  • Excellent79%
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  • Average4%
  • Poor2%
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“red route” (4 reviews)
“marked walks” (4 reviews)
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Alnwick NE66 1NQ, England
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+44 1665 510777
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"no dogs allowed"
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"red route"
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"marked walks"
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"saw deer"
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"varying lengths"
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"iron gates"
in 3 reviews
"beautiful walk"
in 6 reviews
"breathtaking scenery"
in 2 reviews
"ruined abbey"
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"beautiful country"
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"tarmac road"
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"northumberland countryside"
in 3 reviews
"points of interest"
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"longer walk"
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"walk for miles"
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"robin hood prince of thieves"
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"town centre"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Not far from the town centre, Hulne Park is a sure way to get away from the mob and go for a calm, relaxing walk in the middle of nature. The forested area is home to deer and grouse that you will have no problem...More

1  Thank André S
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Reviewed 10 March 2018

This park is extensive and is part of the Duke of Northumberland's Estate which means you can only walk in there after 11am and have to be out by dusk. No dogs are allowed which I mention so folk know. It is no problem for...More

Thank Gwen P
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Reviewed 25 February 2018

A very pleasant Sunday afternoon walk following the Blue Route and a short detour to Brizlee Tower. The route through the walled working agricultural park, landscaped by Capability Brown was formerly the hunting grounds of the Percy family. It is well maintained, has some great...More

Thank Alan S
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Reviewed 31 January 2018

Really enjoyed our walk in Hulne park easy to follow whichever route you want, would definitely go back for more walks

Thank movidler
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Reviewed 30 January 2018

Entry to this "park" is at (I was told) a few days ago at the "Discretion of the Owner" who is this case is a "Duke". There is NOTHING on the board at the gate house entrance to say when you can or cannot enter....More

3  Thank david221b
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Reviewed 5 January 2018

Nice for walking and jogging, no dogs or bikes allowed. Great views and designated walking roots. Good to explore and take photos.

Thank justmeandmycat2018
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

A glorious Autumn walk through this beautiful estate owned by the Duke of Northumberland. A choice of walks of varying length and difficulty taking in the views of the Northumbrian countryside as well as Hulne Abbey, Brizlee Tower and the wonderful iron gates to the...More

Thank monn53
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

Lovely trails in the park, although perhaps a bit too much paving. Trails were wide, which is good for a group. Nice views and a gentle climb up to the ruins of Hulne Priory, which are very well maintained and made a picturesque lunch spot....More

Thank calgaryguy
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Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

Beautiful park. So peaceful as no cars allowed apart from estate managing cars. Amazing trees. There are three waymarked walks, one is 6.2 miles and the other two just over 4 miles.

Thank mrscosmos
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

Part of the Northumberland estates.There are several way marked walks through and around the estate, we decided on the longest, Over 6 miles, walking through open parkland, through forestry workings, along a river valley,and up to a beautiful old ruined Abbey, with wonderful views across...More

1  Thank Barbara M
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Jean M
2 April 2018|
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Response from calgaryguy | Reviewed this property |
I would think so. I did not notice any closures posted. Enjoy your walks.
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Guy W
27 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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No dogs, not even on leads.
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