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Chatton and surrounding area including walking fishing cycling

Chatton is an ideal location for walking, fishing and cycling.


A short walk from the Mill House and you can find prehistoric carvings on rock commonly know as the Cup and Rings, these can be found on Chatton Park Hill and also at Ketley Crag Rock shelter.


Chatton Village is situated 3/4 of mile to the West, here you will find a post office and general store, a village square with memorial and also The Percy Arms Public House which has been fully refurbished and offers real ales and an extensive food menu.  There is also a church and art gallery with tea room which opens Thursday through to Saturday.  Before you reach the village on your right you will pass the Chatton Cricket Club which hosts local Sunday matches, on your left is the Chatton Trout Fishery which is open 7 days per week offering the highest quality fly fishing in idylic surroundings.


Chillingham Castle and wild cattle park is situated 2 miles to the south offering a medieval castle dating back to the 12th century with a glorious italian garden aswell as the famous chillingham wild cattle.  The castle is reputedley one of the most haunted places in Britain.


Wooler village is situated 5 miles to the West, here you will find a golf course, a bustling main street with a supermarket, several coffee houses, specialist shops, chemist, two public houses,an italian, tapas and Indian restaurant  and take aways.    

St Cuthberts Way and the Pennine Cycle Route can also be found here.


Belford an old coaching town is situated 4 miles to the East, here you will find a supermarket, several pubs and restaurant, golf course, chemist, take away, farm shop with childrens play area.


Walking routes - North Pennine Way, St Cuthberts Way, St Oswalds Way


Cycling routes - Route 1 Coast and Castles, Route 68 Penine Cycleway, Wooler Cycle Hub/Wheel


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