Elsdon Tea Room Walk

Event date:
19th June 2022
Elsdon Tea Room

Find out the history of Elsdon, the most complete medieval settlement in the National Park.

From the Village centre we visit the Motte and Bailey Castle which used to guard it, before a gentle climb to the south gives good views over the village.

Returning we traverse the Village Green and learn of it's varied history. A visit to stCuthberts church rounds off the tour, before adjournung to the Tea Room for a peice of Marion's famous Gibbett cake.

Everything you need to know

Duration: 2 hours

Distance: 3 miles

Category: Easy 2

Find more information to ensure this walk is right for you on our Walking Checklist page here.

Please note - dogs are not permitted on this guided walk.

Starting point (please meet here approximately 10 minutes before the walk start time): Elsdon Tea Room

From Newcastle take the A68 or A696 towards Otterburn. Turn of on the B6341 to Elsdon. The Tea Room is on the left of the Village Green (flying a Flag) Parking at the Tea Room or to the right of the Green, below the church.

OS Grid Ref: NY 936 932

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For those wishing to use GPS/Sat-Nav to find walk start points please note that, particularly in open-country, postcodes cover a large area. Whilst the postcode will get you to the right general area, you will still need to follow the detailed directions to locate the actual Walk Start Point.

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