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Riverdale Hall Hotel
Riverdale Hall
Bellingham
Northumberland

NE48 2JT | View map

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Riverdale Hall is Northumberland's premier country house hotel, providing extensive sporting and leisure facilities. With an award winning restaurant, swimming pool, sauna, cricket field and salmon river in its own delightful grounds.

Riverdale Hall Hotel is situated in a beautiful, tranquil setting, a short riverside walk to the small town of Bellingham - gateway to Northumberland National Park, near Hadrian's Wall and Kielder Water and Forest, just some of the county's major tourist attractions.

Our Les Routiers Gold Plate award winning restaurant, and team of chefs, headed by Iben Cocker, Stuart Naylors and Tony Johnston, have established for themselves an enviable reputation for the standard of their cuisine. Our menu changes daily and uses seasonal and local produce of the finest quality.

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