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Whether you are visiting Northumberland for a family holiday, a romantic break, or a business trip, you can find a great selection of stylish hotels with WiFi in this beautiful part of the world.
Never miss any important emails, and easily stay in touch with friends and family via Skype and social media. Check your travel documents online at any time, or make online reservations for local restaurants and tourist attractions.
Many hotel rooms in Northumberland will include daily conveniences like tea and coffee-making facilities, private bathrooms with complimentary toiletries, and TVs with satellite channels. More upmarket hotels with WiFi will also include deluxe features such as premium bedding with luxury linen, and many venues provide tasty free breakfasts.
Some hotels also have restaurant, fitness centres, full-service spas and indoor swimming pools, as well as conference facilities for business events and other private functions.
Hotels near Alnwick and Alnmouth make an ideal base for exploring Alnwick Castle, an imposing Norman landmark that welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Wander through its charismatic grounds and luxurious interior, and see the elegant cascade fountain at the Alnwick Garden.
For easy access to the Northumberland National Park, consider a hotel near Hexham or West Woodburn. This wonderfully wild terrain, one of England's great 'breathing spaces', has many miles of well-marked walking and cycling trails, charming country pubs, and thriving nature reserves. It's also home to Hadrian's Wall, Britain's most famous Roman ruin, and the nation's largest artificial reservoir, beautiful Kielder Water.
Visit the pleasant coastal market centre of Berwick-upon-Tweed, which has been an inhabited area since Roman times and is now England's most northerly town. See its medieval town walls and castle, and visit the grand 18th-century Berwick Barracks that once safeguarded this town during the Jacobite risings.
If you are staying in or near Hexham, visit the the Old Gaol, England's oldest purpose-built prison. It dates back to the 14th-century and is now an important museum showcasing this market town's important archaeological, industrial and cultural heritage.