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Stopping point between London and Edinburgh

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We are a family of four (children ages 14 and 11) traveling to UK June 27 - July 10. I rented a flat for us in London through Saturday, July 4. That leaves me five nights to play with.

I am looking for a place between London and Edinburgh to spend two nights and explore the immediate area. I'm not interested in doing a grand tour to pack in a whole bunch of sites. I was more interested in something more rural or seaside (after a week in London, I think we will want to be away from big crowds). We will be renting a car for this leg of the trip. I am leaning towards Northumberland and basing our stay out of Alnwick (Alnwick Castle, Hadrian's Wall, Holy Island). Any other suggestions?

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