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Inns in Choppington

The Swan
Choppington
Northumberland

NE62 5TG | View map

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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 the hospitality trade. We are passionate about delivering a warm and personal welcome to all our guests.Our location provides excellent transport links to Newcastle, Gateshead, Alnwick and the Scottish borders as we are less than 4 miles from the A1. We are an ideal base for exploring the delights of Northumberland including Holy Island (Lindisfarne), Alnwick Gardens, the Market Town of Morpeth and the glorious unspoilt Northumbrian Coast. For the genealogy enthusiast we are approximately 4 miles from the Northumberland Archives at Woodhorn, Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington. We have 6 self contained, ensuite bedrooms which can accommodate one or more guests, with our family rooms large enough for families of up to five. Each room has a colour TV, Clock Radio, Hairdryer, Kettle and Hot Beverage Tray with Biscuits, Bottled Mineral Water, Mints, Telephone for emergency contact and a selection of Toiletries. All are on the ground floor and have their own front door therefore providing 24hr access.

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