Best Deals for Bed and Breakfast or Hotel Rooms
NE65 7QH, Rothbury, Station Road
This 19th-century country town hotel is perfectly located on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, in the tranquil village of Rothbury, just 11 miles from Alnwick. It boasts an award-winning Italian restaurant. Coquetvale Hotel... read more
NE71 6BY, Wooler, 2 High Street
The Black Bull Hotel is a 17th Century Inn standing in the main street of Wooler.It still retains much of its original character and is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of Northumberland.... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
NE46 4DB, Fourstones, Humshaugh
Situated on the foundations of Hadrian’s Wall, the Carraw Bed and Breakfast offers luxurious modern rooms with views of Northumberland National Park. A locally-sourced full English breakfast is available. This family-run guest house offers simple... read more
NE47 5LU, Allendale Town, Langley -On -Tyne
This magnificent 14th-century castle is set in a 12-acre woodland estate. Many rooms have luxury features such as four-poster beds, or a window seat set in the old stone walls, looking out over the beautiful... read more
£ 117.65View Rates
NE48 3LS, Wark, Wark
Converted from an 18th-century farmstead, Battlesteads is a stylish country inn with en suite rooms and an 80-seat restaurant. It is set in beautiful countryside close to the Roman Wall. The traditional inn retains a... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
NE65 9EN, Eshott, Eshott Hall Estate,Morpeth
Set in private grounds, the 17th-century Eshott Hall offers luxury bedrooms with period features. This 4-star guest house is just 20 minutes' drive from Newcastle, and has free parking and free Wi-Fi in public areas.... read more
£ 124.00View Rates
NE65 0XB, Warkworth, 16 Bridge Street
In the heart of the village of Warkworth, this 18th-century coaching inn offers 3-star hotel accommodation less than a mile from the Northumberland coast. Wi-Fi is free, and there is free private parking on site.... read more
NE67 5DN, Chathill, Chathill
Originally built in 1818, this beautifully restored country house is set in 10 acres of grounds, 15 minutes’ drive north of Alnwick. The award-winning property has been awarded 4 AA red stars and offers state-of-the-art... read more
£ 130.00View Rates
NE70 7JU, Belford, Adderstone Services
This fine lodge-style accommodation with stunning views has free Wi-Fi and an in-house bar and restaurant. Purdy Lodge offers friendly, efficient service and is located in an area of natural beauty between Alnwick and Berwick... read more
£ 69.95View Rates
NE61 1YD, Morpeth, Castle Square
Waterford Lodge Hotel is situated on the River Wansbeck, close to the centre of Morpeth, and with good transport links to Newcastle. This refurbished 18th-century coaching inn boasts The Steakhouse restaurant on site, and offers... read more
£ 64.95View Rates
NE68 7UA, Seahouses, 156 Main Street
Wyndgrove House is located in the quiet conservation area of North Sunderland, only 10 minutes’ walk from the harbour and beaches. All the light spacious rooms have been refurbished with king-size beds and fresh, modern... read more
NE66 5RA, Chatton, Chatton
Set in gardens with uninterrupted views over the Northumberland countryside to the Cheviot Hills, this beautiful Georgian property houses luxurious 5-star bed and breakfast accommodation. The elegant house was once the home of the current... read more
TD12 4UH, Cornhill-on-tweed, Main Street
Over 200 years old and Grade II listed for its historical architecture, this luxury Georgian hotel is in glorious surroundings with views over the River Tweed. The Collingwood Arms is a former coaching inn. You... read more
£ 100.00View Rates
NE65 8XF, Longhorsley, Longhorsley
Located within 450 acres of Northumberland parkland, Linden Hall features a spa, golf course and award-winning restaurant. Offering free parking and free WiFi, the Georgian property is a 15-minute drive from Newcastle. The bedrooms at... read more
£ 72.80View Rates
NE20 0RH, Matfen, Matfen
This magnificent country house is set in 300 acres of parkland in the Northumberland countryside. Just 12 miles from Newcastle, it has an award-winning restaurant and a stunning 27-hole golf course. Rooms at Matfen Hall... read more
NE66 1TD, Alnwick, Bondgate Within
In the centre of Alnwick, this 300-year-old coaching inn is a short walk from Alnwick Castle and Gardens. Its restaurant’s decor was salvaged from the Titanic’s sister ship. Free parking is available. The bedrooms all... read more
£ 100.00View Rates
NE65 0UP, Warkworth, 6 Castle Terrace
The Sun Hotel is set opposite Warkworth Castle, on the banks of the River Coquet. This hotel features a traditional pub housed in a 17th-century coaching inn. Each room at The Sun Hotel has elegant... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
TD15 1EJ, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, 43 Hide Hill
The Kings Arms Hotel is located on Hide Hill in the centre of Berwick upon Tweed. An 18th-century hotel, it was once visited by Charles Dickens, Lewis Carol and The Beatles. The stylish rooms at... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
NE46 4EW, Chollerford, Chollerford
Set on the banks of the North Tyne, in an unrivalled setting overlooking Chester’s Roman Bridge and Hadrian's Wall beyond, this friendly hotel is surrounded by beautiful gardens and spectacular walking routes. Priding itself on... read more
NE47 0BX, Slaley, Slaley Hall, Hexham
Slaley Hall is an Edwardian mansion house with a modern twist set in 1000 acres of Northumberland countryside, just 24 miles from Newcastle. It has a luxury spa, 2 PGA Championship golf courses, 3 restaurants... read more
NE69 7BP, Bamburgh, Front Street
In the heart of historical Bamburgh, The Victoria Hotel features a brasserie restaurant and free Wi-Fi. The elegant en suite rooms feature LCD TVs and tea/coffee facilities, and some rooms have views of Bamburgh Castle.... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
NE48 2JT, Bellingham, Bellingham
With an award-winning restaurant and free Wi-Fi, Riverdale Hall Hotel is set in large grounds, which lead onto the banks of the North Tyne River. It also boasts an indoor heated swimming-pool and a sauna,... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
NE65 7SP, Rothbury, Townfoot
Springfield is a boutique guesthouse in the village of Rothbury, on the edge of Northumberland National Park. It offers spacious rooms with exposed stone walls, free Wi-Fi. The rooms at the Springfield B&B are spacious... read more
£ 59.99View Rates
TD15 1HJ, Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Dewars Lane Granary, Dewars Lane,
This YHA hostel is set in a beautifully converted 240-year-old former granary. This Grade II listed building offers self-catering accommodation with private bathrooms and an art gallery. The YHA Berwick overlooks the River Tweed, and... read more
NE61 3BA, Eshott, Chevington Moor
With beautiful views of rural Northumberland, this 4-star bed and breakfast offers bright, spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi. The cottage is 2 miles from the A1, set between Morpeth and Alnwick. Each room at the... read more
£ 40.50View Rates
DH8 9JN, Whittonstall, Whittonstall
Set in an 18th-century coaching inn, The Anchor Inn offers free Wi-Fi, home-cooked food and luxury rooms with scenic views. The inn is situated in Whittonstall, on the border of Northumberland and Durham. The elegant... read more
£ 95.00View Rates
NE69 7BS, Bamburgh, 21/23 Lucker Road, Bamburgh
In the charming village of Bamburgh, The Sunningdale is just 5 minutes’ walk from a magnificent castle and scenic coastline. It offers a restaurant that uses local produce and bright rooms with free Wi-Fi. With... read more
£ 50.85View Rates
NE19 1TA, Otterburn, Rochester
Overlooking the Rede Valley, this guest accommodation is set in Northumberland International Dark Sky Park. Local, seasonal produce is served in the on-site restaurant and regional ales and beers are available in the traditional bar... read more
NE68 7UL, Seahouses, South Lane
Just 10 minutes’ walk from the seafront and the harbour, this award-winning, 5-star bed and breakfast is within the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Local produce is served at breakfast and the dining... read more
NE716AD, Wooler, 22 Cottage Road,
Set in an 18th-century coaching inn in the quaint town of Wooler, The Tankerville serves local, seasonal produce on its restaurant menu. The Cheviot Hills are within a 10-minute walk and offer stunning hilltop views... read more
£ 29.00View Rates
Where to stay ?
In Northumberland, there are a number of options to make on where to stay. There are cottages, country houses and b&b which are relatively cheap to hire. In a family setup, you can opt to stay in a seaside caravan holiday park to have a good view of the sea.
There are boutique hotels from five stars with a spa and pool to other stars which suit the budget of every tourist who visits this county. There are hotels which offer breakfast and bed services at optimum cheap cost. Incase you want to wake up and have fresh air breeze at sea by the coast, watching shopping centers Northumberland has all this covered.
You can also rest on a campsite in the countryside with friends enjoying the view of the sky at night that is stars. Accommodation in Northumberland is not a problem since you can book online or physically in a number of hotels which are situated there according to your pocket. When we talk of budget you wonder how it works every person is taken care of because there are hostels which are relatively cheap.
Different accommodation options
There are a number of hotels to visit which offer excellent services, bed and breakfast and have qualified staff. The hog’s head inn, Beaumont Hexham hotel, battlesteads hotel, coquetvale hotel and Langley castle hotel among others they provide free Wi-Fi and free parking for their customers alongside other services.
Tillmouth park county house which provides breakfast and other services, Sunningdale hotel which provides bed and breakfast and other services and Doxford Hall hotel which provides multiple services including a pool. There are also self-catering cottages, apartments, and tents among others which people can rent here at relatively cheap prices.
Why stay or visit Northumberland
If your dream is to explore the world visit our county to make your dream became real. There are attractions that this county is known for which keeps tourist coming in large numbers. If you like walking there are legendary walking routes for our visitors enabling them to get to see the view of our towns closely.
If you are a fun of kitesurfing you could take it to the waves with expert’s assistance. If in need of uncovering the historic past of independent spirits of Northumberland you need to visit. For instance, the dramatic castles which were made about 2000 years ago alongside Hadrian’s walls and birthplace of Lindisfarne Gospels on the holy island.
Further experiencing the kindness and hospitality offered by people in these villages. You can also enjoy beaches in our coastal area, hill climbing, and valley sliding among other places. There are very beautiful sceneries to watch comprising of national parks, Scottish borders and the natural site of this county.
Here you can also visit the Northumbria coast which has tourist attractions to see and experience a more relaxed tour with everything that you have ever dreamt of. Imagine a visit with your children giving them tales about ghosts at our historic sites. In addition stories of wizard Harry Potter, training on sword fighting and also explore the county by boarding a train.
Tastes of our traditional dishes which can easily be assessed in how villages and b&b. You can also enjoy our own traditional therapy at our shops in towns. Talk of fashion designs this is home of all designers ranked worldwide as the best. You can visit a number of boutiques in town to choose from your preferred type of clothing.
That is traditional, modern and most stylish one that suit the days that we live in. Explore this county by visiting B&B which has quality services. Northumberland has too much to offer than you can imagine visit us today to unveil the beauty that is hidden here and explore more places.