Hotels in Northumberland
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Hexham, Northumberland, England
When staying at St Aidans you will be staying within yards of the Stanegate Roman road; still in use after 1900 years; that leads you straight to one of the most interesting Roman forts on the Wall. You will have access to our wide collection of books; slides and videos of Roman Britain and Hadrian's Wall. Enjoy high-quality expert-guided tours of Hadrian's Wall with Hadrian's Wall Heritage Tours and explore Roman Forts such as Chesters; Vindolanda and Housesteads.
Bamburgh, Northumberland, England
The Sunningdale is a friendly family run hotel situated in the beautiful coastal village of Bamburgh, Northumberland. Known as the Jewel in Northumberland's Crown, Bamburgh Village is dominated by what is considered the most magnificent castle in England. Bamburgh in the heart of the Northumberland coastline offering visitors the perfect location from which to enjoy the many attractions of the Magic Kingdom of Northumberland.
Seahouses, Northumberland, England
The hotel has been owned by Paul & June Hopper since 1986 and is run personally by them with a friendly team offering a high standard of personal & hospitable service.
Belford, Northumberland, England
This attractive Georgian house, once owned by the third Lord Derwentwater, now offers todays visitor a rare retreat for true relaxation, along with a central point for venturing through the delights of North Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.
Warkworth, Northumberland, England
Warkworth House enjoys a fine position in the town of Warkworth, itself cradled by a loop of the River Coquet.The present Warkworth House was built as a traditional coaching inn on the site of four C.18th burgage houses. Coaching inns were established along stagecoach routes as welcome places to rest. We like to feel that we're doing our bit to continue the tradition of providing warm hospitality. The general quality of the facilities is, of course, everything you should expect from a 3-star hotel and we also have a real passion for our food and drink. Many guests stay with us on a short break because of the quality & value of our food, which is appreciated by visitors and locals alike. You can choose to enjoy fine dining in our comfortable restaurant or an equally delicious menu in the more relaxed atmosphere of the No 16 bistro or our cosy bar with its local character and open fire. Our excellent, well-chosen range of wines and beers complement the menu perfectly. We offer a range of rooms including a delightful room with four poster bed and two ground floor rooms with wheelchair access. We also have excellent wheelchair access to our public areas: bar, bistro and restaurant.