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Northumberland

Northumberland takes its name from the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbria and is one of the wildest and most beautiful of Englands counties. Other regions may have more dramatic mountains or more gentle and picturesque countryside but few have such large unspoilt areas. Northumberland is the least densely populated County in England. It has its own National Park, its own flag, its own tartan and its own dialect with more castles open to the public than any other county - a relic of the long and bloody conflicts fought against the Scots. The Romans were the first to try to cut off the Scottish barbarians by building Hadrians Wall - much of its 73 mile length still remains. Pay a visit to the town of Hexham, which still holds the title of England’s favourite market town, then head north to Alnwick which is dominated by its medieval castle and home to the best second-hand bookshop in the world – Barter Books. In the far north lies Berwick-upon-Tweed close to the Scottish Border where you can find a wide range of things to do Or you might wish to make a visit to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and Bamburgh Castle.

 

 


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Beaconsfield Bed and Breakfast


Alnwick
Tel: 01665 604912
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Three star bed and breakfast situated in the centre of Alnwick, five minutes walk from Alnwick Gardens and Alnwick Castle famous for the filming of Harry Potter series of films. All bedrooms have been finished to a high standard. With ensuite shower rooms in the double bedrooms, tea and coffee...

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Clennell Hall Country House


Alwinton
Tel: 01669 650377
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Set in it's own grounds, Clennell Hall is ideally situated for exploring Northumberland, whether it be the coastline, the castles, the hills, the scenery, or just to relax in the peacefulness of the place. We are licenced for weddings, and we are dark sky accredited. Facilities Include:...

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Oddfellows Arms


Blyth
Tel: 01670 631827
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We are a friendly pub with a 5 bedroom bed and breakfast upstairs. 5 minute walk from Blyth bus station and town centre. 2 minute walk from Blyth Quayside. Facilities include: Free WiFi, Television and Tea/Coffee facilites....

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The Railway Hotel and Bistro


Haydon Bridge
Tel: 01434 684254
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If you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, or simply to spend some quality time with family and friends in idyllic and tranquil surroundings, our newly refurbished Railway Hotel and Bistro is the perfect retreat to enjoy friendly accommodation in the heart of the Northumberland...

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High Reins


Hexham
Tel: 01434 603590
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We are an established Bed and Breakfast and have run the business from the present house since 1988. We also offer a self catering apartment for up to 4 people. We have ample private car parking and are Open all year round. In June 2016 we were awarded the 4 STAR Quality rating from ‘Visit...

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Henshaw Barn Bed and Breakfast


Hexham
Tel: 01434 344453
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Enjoy a warm welcome at Henshaw Barn, a luxurious, boutique barn conversion, serenely situated in the heart of Hadrian's Wall country, and within walking distance of Vindolanda. Sympathetically restored, packed with original features, and oozing character and charm, Henshaw Barn has 2 delightful...

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Malabar Guest House


Seahouses
Tel: 01665 720531
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Malabar offers quality ensuite bed and breakfast accommodation in the small fishing village of Seahouses, which is situated on the magnificent Heritage coastline of Northumberland. We are close to the centre of the village and within a 5 minute walk to the harbour or the golf course. Breakfast...




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