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White Swan Hotel
Bondgate Within
Alnwick
Northumberland

NE66 1TD | View map

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This 300 year old coaching inn retains many features from the past. The White Swan Hotel is a 3 star AA rated hotel. Hotel with NO LIFT. In particular, experience the splendour of the historic Olympic Suite with its original oak panelling, mirrors, ceiling and stained glass windows salvaged from the ss Olympic - an exact mirror image of its sister ship - The Titanic. The hotel is within walking distance of the Duke of Northumberland's home, Alnwick Castle and an ideal base for Northumbria's National Trust properties. You don't have to travel far to come across unspoilt silver beaches, breathtaking scenery and spectacular coastlines, including Holy Island and the Farne Islands. Alnwick Castle and the newly opened popular water gardens, which now feature one of the largest tree houses in the world as recently seen on itv. Newcastle's new arena and the Metro Centre are only 40 minutes drive away. The hotel is close to the coast and countryside featured in the drama 'Distant Shores'. Convenient for both business and leisure guests. Enjoy one of our themed breaks including murder mystery, Titanic and racing at Newcastle Racecourse or Kelso Racecourse.

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Number of Rooms: 57
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