Alnwick District Council
Alnwick District Council

Bamburgh is a wonderful spot on the Northumberland Coast, its most impressive monument of course the castle that dominates its skyline, from which the Farne Islands can be observed, though kids may enjoy the fine sandy beaches just as much... Read More

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Hotels in Bamburgh - 4 places to stay

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Victoria Hotel

Victoria Hotel

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The Victoria Hotel overlooks the village green in the heart of historic Bamburgh. The village is dominated by a magnificent Castle which has featured in many historical films. Both Holy Island ... More

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Inglenook Cottage

17thC listed cottage, comprising three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen diner, separate dining room and lounge. Has two open fires as well as heating. Outside there is a courtyard area and a fully enclosed garden at ... More | visit website

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The Sunningdale (0.13 miles)

The Sunningdale
The Sunningdale Hotel is situated in the centre of the beautiful Coastal village of Bamburgh, and is just five minutes walk from Bamburgh Castle, often considered the most magnificent castle in England.

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Waren House Hotel (2.04 miles)

Waren House Hotel

Enjoy the rare and natural beauty of a unique corner of this secret kingdom where time stands still and many a castle or monastery bears witness to a bygone age, when this land was torn ... More | visit website

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Westfield Farmhouse (2.39 miles)

Westfield Farmhouse
Our farmhouse offers a superb base from which to explore this wonderful and largely unexplored part of Britain and we have welcomed return visitors year after year. Here is just a flavour of what we ... More | visit website
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The Olde School House (2.84 miles)

The Olde School House
Old stone building situated in the old part of Seahouses. Peaceful but only 5 minutes walk to the centre. All en-suite with TV and coffee facilities. Off road parking and 1 minute walk to excellent ... More | visit website
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St Cuthberts House (2.86 miles)

St Cuthberts House
Welcome to St Cuthbert's House - a truly unique place to stay, in the heart of the beautiful and historic Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. St Cuthbert's House is a former Presbyterian church building, built in ... More | visit website
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Wyndgrove House (2.91 miles)

Wyndgrove House

Built in the late 1800s, Wyndgrove House is located in a peaceful part of the village of Seahouses, a short walk from the seafront and the harbour. Paul and Donna welcome you to Wyndgrove House, where ... More | visit website

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The Links Hotel (3.09 miles)

The Links Hotel
The Links Hotel is a 2 star rated hotel in the peaceful setting of Seahouses on the Northumbrian Coast. The hotel offers superb ensuite accommodation with its own lounge bar and restaurant. The hotel is ... More | visit website
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Purdy Lodge (4.19 miles)

Purdy Lodge

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With such a wealth of natural beauty in the area, the Purdy Lodge merely adds the finishing touches of good food and accommodation to your visit to Northumberland. Fine food, ... More

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Market Cross Guest House (4.42 miles)

Market Cross Guest House

Jill and John Hodge welcome you to their home. Situated in the centre of Belford village, this beautiful 200 year old guesthouse provides quality en-suite accommodation, award winning breakfasts and hospitality that is renowned.

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Blue Bell Hotel (4.46 miles)

Blue Bell Hotel

The Hotel is 1/2 mile off the A1, in Belford. An ideal quiet central location for all the major attractions & Golf courses in the area. Alnwick Castle & Gardens, Bamburgh, Holy Island, all are ... More | visit website

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