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County - Northumberland | Map
Tel code: 01670 | code search
Postcode: NE61 | code search
Population: 15000
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Birthplace of:
John Rastrick
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Folk Customs:
Allendale Tar Barrel Carrying
Northumberland Clog Dancing
Shrovetide Football at Alnwick

Morpeth Events

April
Northumbria Gathering

May
May Day

June
Morpeth Fair Day

July
Felton & Thirston Village Fair

September
Harbottle Show
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Puffin Cruises Dave Gray Boat Trips
"Three of us went on the trip on the ex lifeboat and all of us felt it was fantastic value for money and a great trip to go on. By ..." More

Beresford Arms
"Best Sunday lunch around. the restaurant was packed the staff were very nice but the food was fantastic. 10/10 worth a visit. J.Rodgers

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Beresford Arms
"most fantastic food. great choice on the menu would advise a visit. staff were very friendly. will be back soon. fantastic

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The County Town of Northumberland combines specialist shopping facilities, historical buildings, plentiful accommodation and an excellent Wednesday market celebrating its 800th year. Morpeth is only 20 minutes from the Metro Centre shopping complex in Gateshead and the regional capital Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with its international reputation for superb nightlife, restaurants and cultural attractions.

The Normans sited a castle in the town above the River Wansbeck, and 12th century Cistercians built an abbey nearby. Though these have largely gone, much of the old Morpeth does remain and is outlined in a fascinating town trail. The 13th century Chantry has been restored to provide a home for the unique Bagpipe Museum, Northumbrian Craft Centre and the Tourist Information Centre. Thus blending old and new, Morpeth remains at heart what it has always been - a market town of great character, the focal point for villages around.

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Attraction

Bide-a-Wee Cottage Gardens
Borough Woods Local Nature Reserve
Brinkburn Priory
Carlisle Park and Castle Woods
Cragside
Cresswell Pond Nature Reserve
Druridge Bay Country Park
Druridge Pools Nature Reserve
Herterton House Garden Nursery
Lady's Well
Longfarmlington Centre for Plants and Gardens
Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum
Morpeth Clock Tower
National Park Centre Rothbury
Pirate Island
Puffin Cruises Dave Gray Boat Trips
Scotch Gill Wood Local Nature Reserve

Wallington
Warkworth Castle
Warkworth Hermitage

Care Home

Dolphin View Care Home
East Riding Care Home
Howard Castle

Charity

Multiple Sclerosis Research and Relief Fund

Church

St Mary the Virgin

Classes

Dance - Salborg Dance Studios
Yoga - Pat Rathbone

Cottage

Cairn Rigg Cottage
Elm
Monterey at Micklewood
Mulberry
Spruce at Micklewood

Council

Castle Morpeth Borough Council

Dentist

Bridge Street Dental Centre
Guidepost Dental Practice
Newgate Dental Group
Widdrington Surgery

Doctor

Coquet Medical Group
Farndale Surgery
Gas House Lane Surgery
Greystoke Surgery
Wellway Medical Group

Estate Agent

Black Horse Agencies - Storey Sons & Parker
Everett Masson & Furby Ltd
Halifax Property Services
Rickard W & Son

Farmers Market

Morpeth Farmers Market

Golf Club

Burgham Park Golf and Leisure Centre
Morpeth Golf Club
Swarland Hall Golf Club

Holiday Park

Bockenfield Country Park
Cresswell Towers Holiday Park
Felmoor Park
Percy Wood Country Retreat

Inn

Queens Head Hotel
The Dyke Neuk
The Trap Inn

Market

Morpeth Farmers Market
Morpeth Market

Performing Arts

Centre Stage
Hillhouse Recording Studio
Mid Northumberland Chorus

Pub and Bar

Anglers Arms
Banque
Beresford Arms
Black Bull Hotel
La Bodega
Stags Head
The Swan at Choppington
White Swan

Restaurant

Andiamo
Anglers Arms
D & G's
Gianni's Pizzeria
La Brasserie
Premier
Stags Head

Tandoor Mahal Restaurant
The Trap Inn
Zecca

Self-Catering

Bockenfield Country Park
Cairn Rigg Cottage
Felmoor Park
Morpeth Court Luxury Serviced Apartments
Percy Wood Country Retreat

Solicitor

Brumell & Sample
R A W Clark & Co

Taxi

Ace Taxis
Amble Taxis
Beck & Call
CaisleyCabs
Castle Taxis
Express Taxis
Highway Taxis

Tour Guide

Cheeveley Farmhouse

Sports Clubs

Alnmouth (Amateur Football)
Morpeth (Men's Hockey)

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Morpeth (Women's Hockey)
Morpeth CC (Cricket)
Morpeth Harriers & AC (Athletics)
Morpeth Rugby Football Club (Rugby Union)
Morpeth Town (Amateur Football)

Shops

RC Roland & Son
Applebys Bookshop
Flowers In The Square
Boots
Moorhouses Farm Shop and Cafe
Heighley Gate Garden Centre
Wellway Pharmacy Ltd
Robert Green & Partners Ltd
Moda In Pelle
Shoe Care
Fenwick Gallery
Dial Gallery
Superdrug
Specsavers
Hallmark Cards

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Antiques

Pottery Bank Antiques
Oldgate Antiques

Places to Stay near Morpeth

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Stepping Stones Bed & Breakfast (0.10 miles)

Stepping Stones Bed & Breakfast
Our aim is to offer a rather special place to stay, providing simple elegance and unrivalled comfort. Casual but refined, understated but with luxurious touches in an environment where you can truly feel at home. ... More | visit website
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Castle View Bed & Breakfast (0.15 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 (0.21 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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Newminster Cottage B&B (0.23 miles)

Beautiful 19thC cottage, idyllic riverside location, spacious and comfortable en suite accommodation all along with a breakfast to really kick start your day. Newminster cottage is the ideal choice for an overnight stop or a ... More | visit website
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Morpeth Court Luxury Serviced Apartments (0.42 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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Longhirst Hall (2.32 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 (2.52 miles)

Barnacre

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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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The Swan (3.98 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 (4.80 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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The Dyke Neuk (4.93 miles)

The Dyke Neuk
The Dyke Neuk Inn, located in the little village of Meldon near Morpeth, is a stone built bed and breakfast offering fantastic views of Northumberland. Owned by the Forster family since July 2007 by the ... More | visit website

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