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If your trip to Morpeth is all sorted out but your itinerary is looking a little empty, we can give you a helping hand.
Close to the center, Treacle Wool Shop is one attraction you might like to consider putting on your must-see list. Morpeth Bagpipe Museum and St Mary the Virgin Church are also close by and worth a detour.
We know you can't wait to test out your new wheels. How about venturing out on a day trip to Berwick-upon-Tweed? Just 40 miles away, roll down those windows and feel the breeze in your hair on the way there. Soak up the sights starting with The Swan Centre for Leisure, Chain Bridge Honey Farm and Goswick Links Golf Club. Locals will also likely point you in the direction of Alnwick, 19 miles away. If you can only see one thing here, make sure it's Alnwick Garden. (But we're also big fans of Edlingham Castle and Bailiffgate Museum.)
One great thing about having your own set of wheels while you're staying in Morpeth is that you'll be able to visit some of the area's lovely beaches whether it's sunny or rainy. So, grab your sunglasses (or an umbrella) and get ready to drive to one of these top options:
Avoid spending a fortune on a rental car by following our top tips:
Morpeth has so much to offer. You could hang out for a good while here and barely scratch the surface. To experience as much as you can in this thriving metropolis, a rental car is a must. Keep in mind that driving in the city often comes with tight streets and limited parking spots. But don't worry — a mini or compact car will make this a lot easier to manage. If you can't wait to put the city behind you and take in the forests that Morpeth is famous for, you may prefer a car with more room to move. A mid-size or full-size SUV are perfect for scenic road trips.
You'll be glad to know that there's a huge range of luxurious rental vehicles in Morpeth. What you opt for depends on how much you want to spend and what you plan to do. Prestige vehicles are all about mod cons and comfort. If you want to indulge yourself, why not book a fully kitted-out SUV, or perhaps a flashy medium-sized vehicle? Alternatively, if you just need a set of wheels to zip around town in as cheaply as possible, stick with an economy vehicle (or something else that won't burn a hole in your pocket).