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We had stayed at this hotel previously in a lovely room overlooking the park, slightly disappointed when we were shown to an extension room overlooking the street at the back of the hotel. On arrival there were scenes of building work going on throughout the downstairs, a lot of changes going on ...
the staff are lovely, especially Catherine at front desk. food was very nice drinks a little pricey, but its a hotel and you expect that lovely venue will return
What a gem! Grade 1 listed old monastery turned into a delightful hotel. Set in beautiful countryside with rights to a 3 mile beat for those keen on fly fishing! Staff were incredibly friendly and helpful, especially Richard who gave us tips on fishing! Our room, Rookhope, was in a building opposite ...
Hotel is well sited for a quiet getaway in relaxed and comfortable surroundings. Also well situated for exploring further east or west in the north of England. Accommodation roomy and comfortable and food good. The hidden garden with pond and picnic benches was a find on a warm spring day!
Ideal for walkers, situated on the coastal path between Berwick and St Abb's head. Great location as a base for touring as has easy access to the A1. Ample guest parking. Staff very friendly, and in-house food is good. Excellent local sea food on the menu every day.
From the archaeological treasures you'll find in Northumberland National Park to the stunning coastline, which is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the far northern county of Northumberland has lots to offer visitors. While much of the Northumberland is rural, comprising of smaller villages and historic market towns, many of its hotels and guesthouses have generous conference facilities, ideal if you're attending or hosting a conference in the Northumberland area - and what better place than this beautiful part of England.
Northumberland is largely rural so one of its biggest economic sectors is tourism, and the county is home to some of the best historic sites in the United Kingdom, most notably Hadrian's Wall but also Lindisfarne Holy Island and a number of castles located along the coast. Tourism isn't the only game in town, however, and the county is home to a variety of important industrial facilities and open cast mines. There is, therefore, all sorts of reasons why you might be attending a conference in this beautiful county, perhaps it's a meeting of archaeologists in the historic town of Hexham, or a business meeting plus a spot of relaxation at Doxford Hall Hotel and Spa.
Northumberland conference centre hotels benefit from a range of facilities and business amenities, including meeting rooms, business centre and free internet - a common feature in most hotels. A business or conference centre hotel doesn't necessarily differ from your average hotel, just with additional facilities for meetings and conferences, so can still aspect a quiet, relaxing stay. The conference facilities themselves will sometimes be catered and will include audio-visual equipment. If you are booking a conference hotel in Northumberland you should check capacity and ensure the hotel or guesthouse is in a convenient locale.
While they may not boast city-centre locations, there are several great conference centre hotels in Northumberland, including Slaley Hall located just outside of Hexham, a magnificent 141-room hotel that offers guests a range of amenities, including spa and business facilities. Conference centre hotels don't have to be huge, and smaller guesthouses like the Trap Inn in Morpeth also accommodates conferences and business meetings.