Best hotels in Northumberland from the Good Hotel Guide

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Hotels in Northumberland

  • The Hermitage, HEXHAM, Northumberland

    Approached through a grand arch and up a long drive, Katie and Simon Stewart's 'beautiful' stone-built house is in a 'charming setting'. 'A wonderful refuge', the home is furnished with antiques, and

  • Thistleyhaugh Farm, LONGHORSLEY, Northumberland

    On the banks of the River Coquet in the Cheviot hills, Thistleyhaugh 'is a beautiful house', says a visitor this year. But 'what makes it so special' is the hostess, Enid Nelless, because of her

  • Eshott Hall, MORPETH, Northumberland

    A 'profound country house experience' was enjoyed by a visitor to this 'superb period house' on a large estate with an arboretum and formal gardens. The owners, Robert and Gina Parker, have

  • Collingwood Arms, CORNHILL ON TWEED, Northumberland

    'The open fires in the lounges and the pretty garden are welcome sights on arrival' at Lindie and Richard Cook's Grade II listed Georgian building by the River Tweed in border country. 'You can see

  • St Cuthbert's House, SEAHOUSES, Northumberland

    Musicians Jill and Jeff Sutheran have transformed a former Presbyterian church (built in 1810) into a 'welcoming and attractive' B&B. It gains a main entry after a positive report by a regular

  • Battlesteads, HEXHAM, Northumberland

    In the 'beautiful' North Tyne valley, Dee and Richard Slade's 'excellent' small hotel and restaurant is well placed for visitors exploring Hadrian's Wall or taking moor walks. It is a 'very

  • Shieldhall, WALLINGTON, Northumberland

    In a beautiful setting overlooking the National Trust's Wallington estate, this stone house was once owned by the family of Capability Brown. It stands amid gardens and parkland with a stream,

  • Barrasford Arms, HEXHAM, Northumberland

    In a small village close to Hadrian's Wall, chef/patron Tony Binks's 'very attractive old pub' sits on a 'quiet' road, with 'a pretty garden and wide views'. It has a 'relaxed, pleasant' atmosphere:

  • Chatton Park House, CHATTON, Northumberland

    'It exceeded our expectations.' On the edge of Northumberland national park, this imposing Georgian house is run as a B&B by 'most welcoming' hosts Paul and Michelle Mattinson. Spacious,

  • The Lord Crewe Arms, BLANCHLAND, Northumberland

    In a medieval village on the North Pennine moors, this old inn reopened in 2014 after a thorough renovation by the owners of Calcot Manor, Tetbury (see entry). Guide inspectors were impressed: 'This