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Inns in Longframlington

The Village Inn
Front Street

NE65 8AD | View map

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The Village inn is a family run, family friendly country Inn. We pride ourseleves on the a high level of customer service and a relaxing enjoyable atmosphere. We offer traditional northumberland food locally sourced and fresh daily, you will often find a rabbit stew or venison steak on our menu with a guarentee that it was sourced from within 20 miles of the building. We ofcourse offer all the traditional British favourites. The Bistro is attractively decorated with soft colours and complimented by roaring coal fires for those relaxing evening drinks after a hearty meal. We are also delighted to be able to offer 5 newley refurbished bed and breakfast rooms comprising of 3 double rooms, 1 single and a luxury king size suite. The rooms have been renovated in such a way as to add all the luxuries of modern appliances such as flat sreen LCD televisions and Wi Fi access without loosing some outstanding original features such as the wooden beams. Each room has its own en-suite shower and wc and offers tea and coffee making facilities, dressing table and mirror and a seperate wardrobe. The Village Inn is the ideal location to access some of northumberlands finest attractions such as the famous Alnwick gardens and castle, cragside house and gardens, holy island, Bamburgh Castle and many more. There are also some great walks only minutes away from our door that really allow you to take in the beautifull northumbrian scenery. We are a 1 minute drive away from the River coquet famed for its salmon, sea trout and brown trout.and there are 4 golf courses within 15 a minute drive. Whatever type of holiday your looking for whether its simply to put your feet up and escape the chors of the daily grind, or to get stuck into the many activities that northumberland has to offer we are ideally situated to help.

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