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B and Bs in Wooler

Firwood Bed & Breakfast
Middleton Hall
Wooler
Northumberland

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Set in an enviable; elevated position in tranquil Northumberland; this former hunting lodge is now bed and breakfast accommodation owned and operated by Mike and Beth Mills. The B&B overlooks the picturesque area of Glendale; Northumberland and nestles close to the Cheviot Hills. Firwood provides peaceful and relaxing bed and breakfast accommodation with a touch of style and luxury. We offer from our B&B a magnificent location; central for exploring all of Northumberland; the Scottish Borders and even Edinburgh or Newcastle; which are only 60-70 miles away. We are roughly 18 miles from the coast as the crow flies; just far enough to miss any sea frets! The treasures of Bamburgh Castle; the unspoilt beaches at Bamburgh; Seahouses; the Elizabethan town walls of Berwick-upon-Tweed; Alnwick Garden and Alnwick Castle; the Farne Islands; the Holy Island of Lindisfarne; Warkworth Castle; Alnmouth and Northumberland National Park are all within easy reach. If you want to cross to the Farne Isles to see the Puffins; the boats leave from Seahouses; again a lovely drive of just under 20 miles. Look at the attractions menu to see the breadth of things to see and do. If you are coming to walk the Northumberland hills; then again; we are well situated. Leave the car at our bed and breakfast; walk up the hill and down into the Harthope Valley - and there are the Cheviots.

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