Longframlington is a Northumbrian village to the east side of the Simonside Hills. Archaeologists believe that the area has been inhabited since the Neolithic age about 4000 – 6000 years ago. Having seen the Roman and Norman eras the village stands as an enviable place to live. The village consists of stone cottages and benefits from several award-winning pubs, cafes and a corner shop. Conveniently located on the A697, access to Scotland and Newcastle is easy. Just around the corner from the magnificent home of Lord William Armstrong, Cragside the first home powered by hydro electrics, now owned by the National Trust, makes for a great day out, especially in May to see the flowering rhododendron
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