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There is so much to do in Blyth. Don't get bogged down searching for the best car hire prices. Use Vroom Vroom Vroom to compare cheap car hire with the brokers and the global brands.. Blyth then known as Blida or Blithmuth is a waterfront town within the county of Northumberland, England. It is located southeast of the county, northeast of Newcastle upon Type and along the southern banks of the River Blyth.

Even though no one knows how the town was founded, its earliest archaeological findings stretch back to the Neolithic era. Blyth has a cool and dry climate perfect for several outdoor activities. The area is popular for its prime shopping centers, cultural heritage and for being home to the non-League football club, the Blyth Spartans.

For all driving visitors, A189 (spine road) is the prime motorway that connects the town to the rest of England's extensive road network from A1, A19 and A193 and beyond. Aside from A189, the route A1061 is the other alternative motorway to reach and exit Blyth.

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Blyth Quayside is a stretch of clean and peaceful area along the banks of the town's river. It is a great place to reflect, relax and do fishing.

Croft Park is a football stadium in Blyth that serves home to the popular Blyth Spartans A.F.C. The stadium has several stands to cater to all types of audiences and includes a wheelchair enclosure. It is by far the town's best venue to watch sports events.

High Light is a Grade II listed lighthouse in Blyth. Visiting the site is wonderful as it reflects a part of the town's glorious past. High Light forms part the town's fine collection of ancient structures.

Ridley Park is a public park that was opened to public on the 27th of July 1904 by Viscount Matthew White Ridley. It has a children's water play area, wide greenery and beautiful flowerbeds.

Seaton Delaval Hall was acquired by the National Trust in December 2009, and opened to the public on 1 May 2010. This English baroque house, contains very fine stables in its East Wing and in the grounds are extensive garden and statues. There is also a Coach House with an interesting collection of vehicles, a restored Ice House and a unique Norman Church. Faciities include free parking and a tea room.

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