The Wellwood offers comfortable guest accommodation located in the town of Amble near Morpeth in Northumberland. The guest accommodation offers superb bedrooms, great food and excellent drinks.
We offer three king size or twin rooms, one single room and two family rooms. All of the guest rooms are modern and tastefully decorated offering the following:
The restaurant at The Wellwood seats up to sixty people and offers a range of home cooked food. We use as much local produce as possible and use the freshest ingredients we can find.
In the bar area we serve a range of drinks including beer, lager, cider, spirits, wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee. The bar area offers plenty of comfortable seating making it an ideal place to relax.
The guest accommodation is in a great location close to Amble Mari…
With fantastic access to the A1, a vista that will astound and a wonderfully furnished set of rooms Birdsong is an ideal retreat that provides a base for one to explore this historical region.
A traditional Northumbrian cottage in every sense, Birdsong oozes character from every angle.
As a one -bed roomed B&B, (with a fantastic king sized double bed) Birdsong Cottages offers an intimacy rarely encountered in bed and breakfast accommodation.
The bedroom, complete with coffee making facilities, a flat screen TV, two relaxing tub chairs and of course the sumptuous king-sized bed makes for an amazingly comfortable night. On top of this you can relax in some of the luxurious robes and slippers provided. Free Wi-Fi is also provided.
The bathroom, with it's range of optional scented candles, soaps and bath salts and fantastic jacuzzi bath/shower, is the perfect place to relax, cle…
In a coastal village with access to miles of sandy beaches, one-storey house, an Aladdin's cave of beautiful things. The garden room is its hub; enjoy breakfasts here of locally smoked kippers, award-winning Bamburgh Bangers and home-cured bacon from the village. Bedrooms, in their own wing, come with fresh flowers and good books, and a cheerful sitting/dining room just for you.
Points of Interest:
A short walk from Bamburgh Castle and beach - two of Britain's finest
An excellent seafood restaurant, The Mizen, a short stroll away - plus 3 other good pubs/restaurants in village
Wonderful walks along the Northumberland Coast and in The Cheviot Hills
The Farne Islands sea-bird and grey seal colony a short boat trip away
Historic Lindisfarne and the castles of Alnwick, Warkworth, Dunstanburgh and Warkworth all nearby
A Cycle Route runs through the village and cycle hire available l…
Within the gorgeous rolling countryside of North Northumberland, just opposite Lindisfarne, lies the delightful Holy Island accommodation of Brockmill Farmhouse. This tranquil luxury bed and breakfast accommodation is located on the landward side of the causeway. It is the ideal location from which to discover the stunning Northumbrian countryside, World Heritage coastline, castles, stately homes, and exciting outdoor sports that the region has to offer.
With four individually designed luxury guest rooms, and a small yet perfectly formed touring caravan park, Brockmill is a most attractive and welcoming base from which to discover the beauty and friendly atmosphere this Border region.
You will be greeted with a warm Northumbrian welcome, given your own set of keys, and shown around the farmhouse. Downstairs guests will find their own kitchen, which has essentials such as milk, te…
Situated in the heart of Crookham Village, North Northumberland the stone built cottage in the “Dutch Barn” style offers the very best standards to guests. Dedication to the comfort and care of visitors makes Ivy Cottage a favourite retreat for those seeking something special.
After a day spent exploring the Northumberland countryside and coast return to the comfort of your well appointed rooms.
There is a choice of either twin or double bedded rooms. The beds are top quality for your comfort, with crisp embroidered linen and pure wool blankets, though duvets can be supplied on request. Each room is individually designed and decorated, with colour Freeview TV, tea making facilities and home made biscuits. Fresh flowers from the garden complete the picture.
The double and twin rooms both have private bathrooms, whilst the premier room has an en –suite. Huge terry towels. bath r…
Kington, originally built in 1840 as a stable and granary, is now a family home offering you extremely comfortable accommodation in your own independent, private suite. You can relax in a warm and friendly atmosphere and enjoy wonderful breakfasts of your own choice.
Accommodation is only let to one party at a time, thereby ensuring that guests always have private bathroom facilities and the sole use of the small sitting room.
First floor accommodation provides guests with their own private suite: a small sitting room with a sofa bed, TV, DVD player and tea and coffee making facilities, a doubled bedded room with its own TV, a twin bedded room and a shower room.
It is situated in a quiet, rural location, just east of the village of Longhorsley, six miles north of the market town of Morpeth and approximately 10 miles south of Alnwick. With the A1 and the A697 only 5 minutes aw…
For a truly unique bed & breakfast experience, stay in a stunning Church conversion in the small village of Horncliffe near Berwick-upon-Tweed - just across the river from Scotland!
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We have three guest rooms; two with en suite shower and one with en suite bath.
All can be used as double, twin or single and have:
Super king size beds, flat screen TV, Blu-ray DVD player, iPod dock, bathrobes, slippers etc.
This is a land of outstanding natural beauty, but with a turbulent and violent history.
Northumberland has over 60 conservation sites and more castles than any other county.
It is very quiet here, ideal for a relaxing break and for exploring the country and coastal areas of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.
Edinburgh and Newcastle are bot…
Adrian and Jane Levien and their family moved to Ingram House in the Northumberland National Park in 2003. We are situated in the Dark Sky Park, perfect for stargazing.
The Cheviot Hills, Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Bamburgh Castle and beach, Holy Island and lovely golf courses are just some of the attractions nearby. We are on the Sandstone Way Cycle route from Berwick upon Tweed to Hexham which is a good stopping off point for walkers going from Wooler to Alwinton. There are many wonderful walks in the hills and on the coast.
Our neighbours farm the surrounding land - mostly hill farming. There are lovely walks from our doorstep, mainly uphill, but the views when you get there are worth it! The Breamish Valley has been populated for many centuries and evidence of Iron Age and Stone Age settlements can be seen around us.
Ingram House was originally the farmhouse. It was built …