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Discover Our Hotels in Northumberland

Plan your next getaway in Northumberland. Here, you’ll find everything from stunning nature reserves, parks, and woodlands to eclectic festivals and unique restaurants. Vast stretches of Northumberland’s coastline are officially an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and there are plenty of places to escape and enjoy the tranquillity here.


Our Hotels in Northumberland

Northumberland’s hotels range from boutique accommodations for peaceful weekends in the country to town-centre hotels that put you in the heart of the action. Choose from hotels within easy reach of the county’s top attractions, or head out in the countryside for a few days of me time. 

If you’re looking for an action-packed break that makes the most of Northumberland’s stunning scenery, there are some great destinations for walking, hiking, and mountain biking in the area. 

Choose a hotel near the historic Hadrian’s Wall and challenge yourself with the famous Hadrian’s Wall National Trail. Or, if that sounds a little too arduous, head to Housesteads Roman Fort and Museum and walk along to Vindolanda Roman Fort and Museum for a day steeped in local history.  

There are ancient ruins and castles galore dotted throughout the county, all speaking of its intriguing past. Don’t miss Alnwick Castle, the 11th-century castle that was used as a filming location for both Harry Potter and Downton Abbey. The ruins of Roman Corbridge are also well worth a visit – the remains of its high street can still be seen, and there’s a great museum on site, too.  

If you’re interested in visiting the area’s historic attractions, we’d highly recommend basing yourself near the famous Bamburgh Castle, a Norman fortress that was restored by 19th-century industrialist Lord Armstrong. The staterooms, dungeons, and grounds are open to visitors, and there’s a stunning beach just moments from the castle grounds. 

A short trip to Northumberland would only be complete with a short trip to the Farne Islands. The isolated islands are home to all kinds of local wildlife, including seals, puffins, and tens of thousands of different seabirds. Take a boat trip from the village of Seahouses to catch a glimpse of the native wildlife and enjoy a day out like no other. 


Best Hotels in Northumberland

One of the best hotels in Northumberland has got to be the George Hotel. This historic hotel dates back to the 18th century and is well known for its beautiful outlook and great location. 

The George Hotel is positioned right on the North Tyne River. It’s within easy reach of the walking route for Hadrian’s Wall, and guests can walk to Chester’s Roman fort in just five minutes. 

Step out of the hotel, and you’ll soon be browsing the shops, galleries, and art centres of nearby Hexham. Other nearby attractions include the Muckle Moss National Nature Reserve, the North Pennines, Kielder Water, and the International Dark Skies Park.

There are 47 bedrooms to choose from at the George Hotel, including standard single rooms or twin and double rooms at a standard, premier, or superior tier. Every room in the hotel comes fully equipped for a comfortable stay, with tea and coffee-making facilities, an in-room safe, an en-suite bathroom, and a TV.

Opening in September 2024, the Bailiffgate Hotel is set to be the new go-to destination in Northumberland. The hotel is housed within the former premises of the Duchess High School and will open its doors for the first time in a matter of months. 

The Bailiffgate Hotel is located in the heart of Alnwick, overlooking the Barbican entrance to Alnwick Castle. There are 48 bedrooms, suites, and apartments to choose from at the hotel, and guests will have a stylish bar and restaurant to enjoy – along with a private dining space for special occasions. 

Along with Alnwick Castle, the area boasts a number of popular visitor attractions. Take a trip to Alnwick Gardens during your stay, enjoy a day out at the Bailiffgate Museum, or head to Alnmouth Beach for an afternoon spent soaking up the summer sun. 

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