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Situated in Morpeth, this inn is within 6 miles (10 km) of Bolam Lake Country Park, Stanton Hall and Morpeth Bagpipe Museum. Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens ...
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Situated near the beach in Morpeth, this property is close to Warkworth Castle, Warkworth Golf Course and Alnmouth Village Golf Club. Area attractions also include ...
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Located in the heart of Longhorsley, this spa hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of Brinkburn Priory, Eshott Heugh Animal Park and Stanton Hall. Morpeth Bagpipe ...
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Located just 20 minutes from Newcastle city centre, Morpeth's town centre is a pleasing blend of old and new, with a good mix of high-quality accommodation including traditional inns, family-run B&Bs and even spa hotels to choose from.
It's easy to find luxurious accommodation in Morpeth, with five-star B&Bs and spa hotels available to choose from. Active types might prefer a stay at a hotel with full-service spa, fitness centre and golf club, while for families, the cosy surroundings of a B&B might be preferable. Luxury B&Bs provide thoughtful extras such as Egyptian cotton sheets and complimentary toiletries and robes, as well as free WiFi and buffet breakfast, to ensure you enjoy a comfortable stay.
There's plenty to see and do here, whatever time of year you choose to visit, and with most Morpeth hotels offering free self-parking, you can bring your car so you can get out and about to enjoy the surrounding countryside. The annual Morpeth Food and Drink Festival in October is a popular event, with plenty of local produce to sample, cookery demonstrations and competitions such as the Jam Competition. If you'd rather do a spot of shopping, there's a farmers market on the first Saturday of every month, while for high street brands, Sanderson Arcade is the place to head. Families can enjoy a day out at Carlisle Park with its river boats and tennis courts - there are plenty of woodland trails for the kids to explore too - or explore the Turner Garden, where you can find out more about the life of the English botanist William Turner, who was born in Morpeth.
It's the little extras that make any break special, and hotels in Morpeth have plenty of these to go around. With essential amenities such as free WiFi and parking for guests on offer at most hotels, you'll find four and five-star hotels with minibars, room service and spa facilities on offer too. Most hotels in Morpeth serve a complimentary continental or buffet-style breakfast too, so you'll be set up for a day of exploring.