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B and Bs in Alnmouth

Nether Grange
Alnmouth
Northumberland

NE66 2RZ | View map

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Occupies a wonderful position in this quiet village overlooking the sea.Nether Grange began life as a granary and the Country House accommodation retains much of its old character. It stands in the centre of the quiet harbour village of Alnmouth, in the Northumberland Coastal Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has choice views. A croquet lawn extends the length of the house to a delightful sun terrace and patio overlooking a golf course and the beach. There are cafes,pubs and shops in the village.There are 29 Bedrooms at Nether Grange. Single, Twin and Family rooms are available. You'll find complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and clock radio in each room. Televisions and telephones are not provided in the bedrooms.Two Lounges and lounge bar.The hotel is ideally suited to guests on activity holidays especially walking.Dining is communal with evening meals available at 7.00pm - please arrive before 6.30pm and if possible advise estimated time of arrival.

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