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Book accommodation at a luxury hotel with pool in Northumberland, a county renowned for its stunning coastal scenery, medieval castles, and ancient ruins. Northumberland also has the largest area of protected night skies in the continent, with a sparse population and very little air pollution providing ideal conditions for star-gazing.
Hotels with pools often include a Jacuzzi and spa facilities such as massage services and saunas so you can always take some time out to rejuvenate yourself. Look forward to elegant rooms with WiFi access and quality double or single bedding, and enjoy delicious savoury and sweet dishes at your hotel restaurants.
This Grade I-Listed castle has stood since Norman times and replaced a native-Briton fort that may have existed as far back as the 5th Century. Explore the castle's beautifully preserved Keep, Inner Ward, Medieval Kitchen, Constable Tower and other medieval sections, and enjoy fantastic views of the dramatic coastline.
Another impressive Norman building, Alnwick Castle also has a fascinating interior and beautiful landscaped grounds. It is perhaps best known for being the filming locations of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the Harry Potter films.
This unique group of islands has been inhabited by monks for more than 1,300 years and is noted for its large grey seal and puffin population. The islands are easily accessible via ferry from the picturesque village of Seahouses, which is noted for its annual Seahouses Festival.
Expect a well-equipped fitness centre with free weights and cardio equipment at your hotel with pool. If you are visiting Northumberland on business then look for larger hotels that offer corporate facilities such as a business centre, or allow you to hire a conference room for a function or event.
Visit the magnificent country house of Cragside, which is surrounded by beautiful lush woodlands and is the world's first building to be powered with hydroelectric power. Another interesting medieval landmark is Warkworth Castle, which has existed since at least the 12th century and was besieged by the Scots on several occasions.