Jane and Malc would like to welcome you to Number 21 an ideal base to explore the historic County of Northumberland with its many attractions and dramatic coastline, We are an ideal base for visiting Alnwick, Morpeth Newcastle. Ashington is a 5 min drive away. Newbiggin by the sea has the oldest manned life boat station in the UK and a Artist trail in the village. This sea side town offers a parade of shops, cafes and public houses. The Heritage center is located on the promenade with dramatic views over the bay.Newbiggin also boasts a links Golf Course. Wansbeck Hospital is couple of miles away. The house dates back to 1860. We have 2 well appointed rooms both with Bath and Shower. the rooms have a touch of luxury with large beds with goose down pillows and duvets. Tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries and flat screen T.V.s Free wifi is available throughout the property. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure a warm welcome awaits. Secure bicycle storage. Number 21 has been awarded a 5 star rating for food hygiene from the Food Standards Agency Number 21 is an Adult only Bed and Breakfast
Stepping Stones in Morpeth provides high-quality bed and breakfast in a town centre location. This Northumberland guest house lies close to the River Wansbeck and offers free parking and WiFi access. Each room includes a flat-screen TV with DVD player, radio alarm clock and tea and coffee facilities. Most rooms have en suite facilities with shower or bath, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. Stepping Stones serves a full English breakfast with vegetarian options also available. There is a choice of cereals, yoghurt, fruit, croissants and toast, as well as juice, tea and coffee. The county town of Northumberland, Morpeth has a wide range of shops, restaurants and cafés within a short walk of this guest house, and attractions include the Bagpipe Museum and the riverside gardens of Carlisle Park. Whitley Bay and historic Alnwick Castle, seen in Harry Potter films, ‘Robin Hood Prince of Thieves’ and many other productions, are 25-30 minutes’ drive away.
Situated in Morpeth, this bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of Eshott Heugh Animal Park, Sanctuary Wildlife Care Centre, and Druridge Bay Country Park. Warkworth Castle and Pedal Power Cycle Hire are also within 9 mi (15 km).
This family-run B&B is in a glorious location with unbroken views across the Coquet Valley to the majestic Simonside Hills beyond. Situated at the end of a private lane at the very edge of the village of Thropton, this 200 year old former farmhouse offers you the best in Northumbrian hospitality, a relaxed atmosphere and a location from which to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Coquetdale and the Northumberland National Park. Enjoy a full English breakfast or a continental buffet with fresh fruit, cold meats, cheeses and yoghurts accompanied by Pauline s home-made bread and marmalade, served in the conservatory with its stunning views across the garden to the hills bathed in early morning light. And at the end of a busy day, relax in the garden or the guests lounge with a glass of wine. Early mornings often bring the family of roe deer who live in the wood below us into the field, our garden and even the car park (See photos).
When visiting Morpeth, Eshott Hall is a great choice to consider. After visiting the outdoor tennis court for a workout, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at one of the 2 bars/lounges. Rooms at this exclusive bed & breakfast offer up nice touches like iPod docks and MP3 docks, along with flat-screen TVs and room service.
The Beresford Arms puts you within a 15-minute drive of Belsay Hall and Gardens. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. There's also a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Set in stunning, quintessential English landscaped gardens, 3 miles north of Morpeth in Northumberland and just a short commute to Newcastle. The hotel has a luxury spa Decoco, 2 golf courses and cricket grounds, tennis courts plus hockey and football pitches (prior bookings required for facilities, charges applicable). There are also four fantastic bars including the new Collingwood, The Boyson, the top quality restaurant, the Court banqueting suite and the best conference facilities in the region. This really is the perfect destination for work or play.
A small, family run pub within easy distance of Ashington, Morpeth, Cramlington & Newcastle. We are very close to the coast and have many golf courses close by making us an ideal base for those visiting for business, playing golf or wishing to explore beautiful Northumberland. All rooms are en-suite and have tea/coffee making facilities, television, hair dryer and gas central heating. Within the pub there is free wifi, freeview TV and a restaurant serving delicious homemade food including Stir Fry, Lasagne, Steak & Ale pie and Steaks. We have a large car park.
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, which offers mixed grills, burgers and steak. The Waterford has a convenient location, close to the heart of the historic market town of Morpeth and just a few hundred metres from Morpeth Railway Station. Trains run regularly from the station to Newcastle, London and Edinburgh. The historic, award-winning Carlisle Park is next to the hotel. There is a private off-street car park with plenty of free parking available for guests. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. Rooms are traditionally furnished, and each comes with its own bathroom. You can also enjoy facilities for making tea and coffee, and a TV with satellite channels. A bridal room is also available.