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Tel code: 01665 | code search
Postcode: NE70 | code search
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Salmon Inn
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The town of Belford lies forty nine miles north of Newcastle, in Northumberland, in a vale whereby it is sheltered from the easterly winds by a line of hills which in turn, give way to the coastal plain. The area is mainly agricultural supporting both crops and animals. Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII, stayed at Belford on her jouney north to marry James IV of Scotland in 1502. Subsequent history of Belford is that of a post town, situated on the London to Edinburgh post road. Belford Hall, to the east of the town, was built in the 1750ís by Abraham Dixon and remains a good example of an eighteenth century mansion set in parkland. Some of its features are from laters designs of the architect James Paine. Once the most populated village in the district as well as being a market town, Belford grew during the nineteenth century, the census in 1801 recording 902 inhabitants which, by 1852 had grown to 1,226 and 234 houses. It also had a union workhouse, which in 1851 contained 26 people. The Blue Bell Inn, once a thriving coaching inn serving travelers on their journeys, was transformed when the railway was completed in 1852.

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Blue Bell Hotel (0.07 miles)

Blue Bell Hotel

The Hotel is 1/2 mile off the A1, in Belford. An ideal quiet central location for all the major attractions & Golf courses in the area. Alnwick Castle & Gardens, Bamburgh, Holy Island, all are ... More | visit website

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Market Cross Guest House (0.10 miles)

Market Cross Guest House

Jill and John Hodge welcome you to their home. Situated in the centre of Belford village, this beautiful 200 year old guesthouse provides quality en-suite accommodation, award winning breakfasts and hospitality that is renowned.

When the Great ... More | visit website

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The Farm House Guest House (0.10 miles)

The Farm House Guest House
We welcome you to our home in Northumberland; the most tranquil county in England. Belford is in the north of the county where you are a short distance from the coastline; designated as an Area ... More | visit website
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Detchant Farm (2.19 miles)

Detchant Farm

Detchant is a family run farm nestling between the magnificent Northumberland coastline and the beautiful Cheviot Hills. Centrally located for most market towns in north Northumberland, we are 15 miles from Berwick-upon-Tweed and 16 miles ... More | visit website

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Waren House Hotel (2.39 miles)

Waren House Hotel

Enjoy the rare and natural beauty of a unique corner of this secret kingdom where time stands still and many a castle or monastery bears witness to a bygone age, when this land was torn ... More | visit website

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Purdy Lodge (2.75 miles)

Purdy Lodge

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With such a wealth of natural beauty in the area, the Purdy Lodge merely adds the finishing touches of good food and accommodation to your visit to Northumberland. Fine food, ... More

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Chatton Park House B & B (4.09 miles)

Chatton Park House B & B
Chatton park house is one of England's top boutique Bed and Breakfast establishments. Recently awarded enjoy Englands highest accolade of 5 stars plus the prestigious gold award. Also in our first season we were lucky ... More | visit website
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The Sunningdale (4.37 miles)

The Sunningdale
The Sunningdale Hotel is situated in the centre of the beautiful Coastal village of Bamburgh, and is just five minutes walk from Bamburgh Castle, often considered the most magnificent castle in England.

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Victoria Hotel (4.41 miles)

Victoria Hotel

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The Victoria Hotel overlooks the village green in the heart of historic Bamburgh. The village is dominated by a magnificent Castle which has featured in many historical films. Both Holy Island ... More

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Inglenook Cottage (4.46 miles)

17thC listed cottage, comprising three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen diner, separate dining room and lounge. Has two open fires as well as heating. Outside there is a courtyard area and a fully enclosed garden at ... More | visit website

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