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Postcode: NE62 | code search
Population: 7770
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The Swan
"We visited the Swan at Choppington in the very early evening (5'ish) having recently moved into the area. The pub is immaculately clean & very well presented and furnished. The food that ..." More

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Choppington is a village in Northumberland. It is 5 miles to the south-east of Morpeth, and north of Bedlington. It was at one time part of the three big mid-Northumberland Colleries (Ashington, Bomarsund and Choppington), and many older locals will tell you that they either worked A, B or C. Pubs in Choppington include The Swan and The Shakespeare Tavern. The delights of this part of Northumberland include the Market Town of Morpeth and the unspoilt Northumbrian Coast. Choppington is 4 miles from the Woodhorn Museum and Archives in the Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington. Morpeth Castle was built in the fourteenth century on the site of an earlier fortress. Only the gatehouse and parts of the ruined castle walls remain. Other historical landmarks in the town are a free-standing 17th-century clock tower, a grand town hall, a 13th-century chapel called The Chantry - now the tourist information centre, and Collingwood House. Another prominent landmark in Morpeth is the Court House, built in 1820, and now used as an apartment block and fitness centre. Just a few miles away are the beaches of Druridge and Newbiggin by the Sea where the Sean Henry sculpture "COUPLE" is positioned on the breakwater.


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The Swan (0.41 miles)

The Swan

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The Swan at Choppington is a quality assessed 3 star Inn offering great food, excellent service and comfortable en suite accommodation from a family with over 35 years experience in ... More

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Black Diamond Inn (2.70 miles)

Black Diamond Inn

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This bar, restaurant and hotel is converted from an old dairy and is located just outside the centre of Ashington. Food is served all day ... More

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Premier Inn Ashington (3.89 miles)

Premier Inn Ashington
A wonderful lakeside location overlooking both lake and park, where fishing, walking and cycling are very popular. Within minutes of the coast and just 45 minutes drive to the beautiful coast of Northumberland. Our Ashington Premier ... More | visit website
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Morpeth Court Luxury Serviced Apartments (4.03 miles)

Morpeth Court Luxury Serviced Apartments

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Unique conversion of 19th. century gaol to provide designer inspired split level apartments with all modern conveniences; a first choice destination for both business and ... More

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The Captains Lodge (4.07 miles)

The Captains Lodge
Newbiggin by the Sea is a great place to base yourself whilst discovering the delights of Northumberland and the Borders. The Captain's Lodge enjoys a glorious position with superb views over Newbiggin Bay and Church ... More | visit website
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Castle View Bed & Breakfast (4.23 miles)

Castle View Bed & Breakfast
About Us A quiet; family run b&b based in Morpeth; Northumberland; in the heart of North East England. A notch up from the typical rural B&B; Castle View combines the advantages of being located just ... More | visit website
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Queens Head Hotel (4.25 miles)

Queens Head Hotel

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Enjoy a warm and friendly welcome from this town centre hotel that rests by the River Wansbeck. The hotel offers an ideal location for those wishing to explore the Northumberland countryside ... More

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Longhirst Hall (4.25 miles)

Longhirst Hall

Located in rural Northumberland, Longhirst - a member of Classic British Hotels, offers 77 en suite bedrooms, fitness room, two golf courses, woodland trails, two bars and the Boyson Restaurant offers the finest local and ... More | visit website

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Barnacre (4.27 miles)


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Barnacre is situated in the centre of Longhirst conservation village, within easy walking distance of Longhirst Hall and conference centre. We offer ensuite rooms, family rooms, and family suites, pets ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (4.34 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Six miles north of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, this lodge is situated next to the Snowy Owl Vintage Inn in Cramlington, just off the A1068. ... More | visit website

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