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Morpeth is a sizeable market and indeed county town on a bend of the Wansbeck River, its streets dotted with reminders of its antiquity, and with Mitford Castle to the west of the settlement – all that remains of Morpeth’s own fortress its gatehouse... Read More

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Northumbria Gathering
May
May Day
June
Morpeth Fair Day
July
Felton & Thirston Village Fair
September
Harbottle Show
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Hotels in Morpeth - 19 places to stay

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Linden Hall

Linden Hall

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15 mins north of Newcastle, near Morpeth, a country house hotel with full leisure facilities and an 18-hole golf course. Linden Hall offers Georgian architecture, log fires and a country pub ... More | Double Room: From £70

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Longhirst Hall

Longhirst Hall

Located in rural Northumberland, Longhirst - a member of Classic British Hotels, offers 77 en suite bedrooms, fitness room, two golf courses, woodland trails, two bars and the Boyson Restaurant offers the finest local and ... More | visit website

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Queens Head Hotel

Queens Head Hotel

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Enjoy a warm and friendly welcome from this town centre hotel that rests by the River Wansbeck. The hotel offers an ideal location for those wishing to explore the Northumberland countryside ... More

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Clennell Hall Hotel

Clennell Hall Hotel
Clennell Hall Hotel is a Visit Britain 2 star rated hotel, located in the peace and tranquility of the Coquet Valley. The Hotel is a paradise for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits and is an ... More | visit website
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Tavistock @ The Couquetvale

Tavistock @ The Couquetvale

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The Tavistock @ The Coquetvale offers Luxury and stylish accommodation in the idyllic rural location of Rothbury. This is a perfect base for walking, cycling ... More

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