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Saddle Bed & Breakfast
"Lovely room with sea views ... breakfasts too were very tasty with a big choice of things to eat. Would recommend for a quiet seaside break :)

Date visited: August ..." More

The Schooner Hotel & restaurant
"Good Points: Very friendly staff,good bar prices(cheapest in the village) and the Indian restaurant was superb! Bad Points: Could have been better aknowledged by breakfast service staff. General review: Good value ..." More

Hope and Anchor Hotel
"Good Points: Staff - very friendly and welcoming Food - Excellent Rooms - Comfortable Bad Points: Bar is not open to residents after normal hours (which was early) General review: Overall a ..." More

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On the Northumberland coast of the North Sea at the estuary of the Aln river, just over four miles southeast of Alnwick, lies the historic village of Alnmouth. Supposedly established by de Vesci, owner of Alnwick Castle in 1150, the Normans laid out the town and it quickly prospered to the extent that it was, in 1207, granted a charter for a port and a market and it quickly became recognized as the most important medieval seaport between the Tyne and the Tweed. Despite over 300 years of border raids, the village prospered and during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries it reached its pinnacle. A few ships were built there, with the port owning ten, for which grain was the main export and several granaries still stand today. Smuggling, once notorious, declined with the building of a customs house. In 1806 however, the river broke its course after a fierce storm, cutting off part of the village. As the new course was not as deep, the port declined and with the arrival of the railway, the days of Alnmouth as a harbour were ended although there were benefits from the visitors which now arrived by rail turning Alnmouth into the popular and picturesque,seaside village it is today.

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Hope and Anchor Hotel (0.12 miles)

Hope and Anchor Hotel
The Hope and Anchor is reputed to be one of the oldest buildings in the popular seaside village of Alnmouth. It offers a comfortable base from which you can enjoy the delights of the heritage ... More | visit website
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Saddle Bed & Breakfast (0.12 miles)

Saddle Bed & Breakfast

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The Saddle Hotel & Grill is a small friendly family run business. Located in the sea side village of Alnmouth, in the heart of the ... More

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The Schooner Hotel & restaurant (0.25 miles)

The Schooner Hotel & restaurant

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Less than 100 metres from the beach and golf course, the Schooner is a 17th-century coaching inn, with 2 cosy bars and centrally heated ... More

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Nether Grange (0.30 miles)

Nether Grange

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Occupies a wonderful position in this quiet village overlooking the sea.Nether Grange began life as a granary and the Country House accommodation retains much of its old character. It stands ... More


Westlea (0.31 miles)

A Georgian style home, situated by the waters edge of the beautiful Aln Estuary. Northumberland. ... More
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Fairfield House (2.79 miles)

Fairfield House

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A beautiful Victorian house quietly situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Warkworth. Elegant and high quality accommodation. The bedrooms are tastefully decorated and ... More

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Village Farm Cottages (2.86 miles)

Village Farm Cottages
Perfectly located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on one of the finest unspoilt coastlines in Britain, the village of Shilbottle has a history dating back to Ango-Saxon times.

Our two farms enjoy a tranquil rural setting ... More | visit website
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Warkworth House Hotel (2.91 miles)

Warkworth House Hotel
Warkworth House enjoys a fine position in the town of Warkworth, itself cradled by a loop of the River Coquet. We are open seven days a week all year round for food, drink & accommodation. ... More | visit website
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The Beeches (2.94 miles)

The Beeches

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Set just 2 miles from the lovely village of Warkworth's glorious sandy beach, and enjoying direct access to country walks from its enclosed garden, The Beeches is ... More

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Sun Hotel (3.07 miles)

Sun Hotel

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Directly opposite the castle, the Sun Hotel portrays all the charm of a seventeenth-century coaching inn. Offering superb accommodation in a secluded position, the hotel has ample car and coach parking ... More

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