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Percy Arms Hotel
"Have stayed there twice before and loved it. Well placed for days out, local attractions, castles, beaches, shopping, etc. Very friendly, food excellent and service superb. Even ..." More

Percy Arms Hotel
"Had 4 lovely meals here all very different, service friendly, beer good and lovely atmosphere, wish we had found it to stay, but had already booked a week in Seahouses. ..." More

Percy Arms Hotel
"Stayed for one night while visiting Chillingham Castle, Facilities are excellent, pub very child friendly, pool table, darts, music. Restaurant was fully booked, so had a meal in the bar ..." More

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Near the Cheviot Hills, in the northern part of Northumberland, east of Wooler and southwest of Belford, lies the small rural village of Chatton, in picturesque Glendale. Set within a parish of the same name, within the deanery of Bamburgh, it is located in the valley of the river Till. As the river has changed its course over the centuries, it is believed that the location of the village has also moved, with the present layout around 200 years old. Limestone and rock subsoil with a clay and sand surface has made the area around the river fertile Built as defence in the border raids of the fifteenth century is nearby Fowberry Tower. It was converted to a residence in the seventeenth century and has since been home to George Cully, who with his brother Matthew, improved methods of soil cultivation during the nineteenth century. The present church at Chatton is the Anglican Holy Cross church but the original Norman dates to the twelth century when it was granted to Alnwick Abbey by William de Vesci, later passing to the Earls of Northumberland after the dissolution of the monasteries in 1530. The new church was built in the Gothic style after the original was burned. A large stone coffin was discovered in 1814 believed to hold the remains of a follower of Robert the Bruce.


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Percy Arms Hotel (0.11 miles)

Percy Arms Hotel
In the heart of Northumberland, The Percy Arms is the ideal place to stay for the visitor who is looking for a relaxing break in the country. Within close proximity to some fantastic places, including, ... More | visit website
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Chatton Park House B & B (0.64 miles)

Chatton Park House B & B
Chatton park house is one of England's top boutique Bed and Breakfast establishments. Recently awarded enjoy Englands highest accolade of 5 stars plus the prestigious gold award. Also in our first season we were lucky ... More | visit website
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Hemmel Bed and Breakfast (3.43 miles)

Hemmel Bed and Breakfast
The Hemmel Bed and Breakfast nestles beneath the hills near Wooler which is the ""Gateway to the Cheviots"", just minutes from Northumberland's stunning coastline. Ideal to take in the breath taking scenery, walking, riding, fishing, ... More | visit website
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Black Bull Hotel (4.12 miles)

Black Bull Hotel
The Black Bull Hotel is a Visit Britain 2 Star Rated traditional coaching inn located on the main street of Wooler; close to the market town of Alnwick within Northumberland.Well situated for exploring the numerous ... More | visit website
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Rockliffe House (4.14 miles)

Rockliffe House

Rockliffe House is a 4 star fabulous 18th century stone built detached family run Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Wooler, also known as “The Gateway to the Cheviots”.

Wooler has excellent opportunities for walking ... More | visit website

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Tankerville Arms Hotel (4.16 miles)

Tankerville Arms Hotel

Our privately owned, professionally run hotel has been a favourite destination for travellers to Northumbria since the 17th Century, and today offers comfort and modern facilities within the traditional setting of a fine country hotel. ... More | visit website

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The Farm House Guest House (4.60 miles)

The Farm House Guest House
We welcome you to our home in Northumberland; the most tranquil county in England. Belford is in the north of the county where you are a short distance from the coastline; designated as an Area ... More | visit website
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Firwood Bed & Breakfast (4.64 miles)

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; ... More | visit website
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Blue Bell Hotel (4.66 miles)

Blue Bell Hotel

The Hotel is 1/2 mile off the A1, in Belford. An ideal quiet central location for all the major attractions & Golf courses in the area. Alnwick Castle & Gardens, Bamburgh, Holy Island, all are ... More | visit website

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Market Cross Guest House (4.71 miles)

Market Cross Guest House

Jill and John Hodge welcome you to their home. Situated in the centre of Belford village, this beautiful 200 year old guesthouse provides quality en-suite accommodation, award winning breakfasts and hospitality that is renowned.

When the Great ... More | visit website

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