Hotel De Vere Slaley Hall Hexham
De Vere Slaley Hall Is A Sophisticated Retreat And The Epitome Of Edwardian Elegance With Its Own Japanese Gardens Which Cleverly Contrasts With The Rugged Forest And Moorland That Surrounds This Haven Of Peace. This Retreat Is Conveniently Located Only 30 Minutes Drive From Newcastle Upon Tyne Which Gives You The Perfect Opportunity To Explore The Beauty And History Of The North East At Your Leisure. The Hotel Offers A Wide Selection Of Leisure Facilities Such As Indoor Pool / Gymnasium And 2 Golf Courses. The Outdoor Pursuits Centre Offers A Wide Range Of Activities Such As Quad Biking / 4X4 Off Road Driving / Hot Air Ballooning And Various Other Activities. The Hotel Offers The Use Of The Onsite Football Pitch Childrens Play Area And Creche. Please Note That From 11 Sep 16 Sep 2005 Slaley Halls Pool And Jacuzzi Will Be Out Of Action Due To Maintenance.
Hotel Fairshaw Rigg Hexham
Enjoy breathtaking views of Northumbrian countryside and luxury accommodation with a very personal touch. Sumptuous alpaca duvets, fluffy towels, quality toiletries and indulgent Northumbrian breakfasts with locally supplied ingredients and eggs from our own free range hens.
Our locality has countless historical attractions and walks, so there is a lot to see and do. Whilst staying here at Fairshaw Rigg you can also get up close to our beautiful herd of prize winning black alpacas.
Hotel Battlesteads Hexham
The Battlesteads is a friendly, family run hotel and is ideally placed for exploring Hadrianâ€™s Wall, Kielder and Border Reiver country. Situated in the quiet village of Wark within 100yds of the River North Tyne. It has been awarded a 4 Star award from the Tourist Board. Originally built as a farmstead in 1747, this four-star Inn and Restaurant features a cosy bar with open fire in the winter and a sunny conservatory within a secret walled beer-garden. This is the land where Romans held back Picts, where Celts were driven out by Angles and Saxons, where major battles between the Scots and the English were fought. Here are the finest stretches of Hadrianâ€™s Wall, abbeys and churches linked with the earliest story of Christianity in Britain. Here, still guarding the river crossings and the heights where men waged battle in the far-off days of border strife, are strongholds of great stature; even in ruin they have a noble grandeur. Joining it all are remote high moors, Cheviot Hills, hundreds of glittering burns and streams and a spectacular 70 mile coastline of rocky headlands, sandy bays and raucous sanctuaries of seabirds. Our bar has 5 cask-ales including Durham Magus, Wylam Gold Tankard and both Black Sheep Ale and Black Sheep Special and our wine list runs to over 20 varieties. Battlesteads was a Temperance Hotel in the early 20th century, so we also provide very tasty organic Lemonade, Dandelion & Burdock and Ginger Beer from Fentimans of Newcastle.
Hotel Best Western Beaumont Hexham
About the hotel
The Best Western Beaumont Hotel is a family owned and run hotel by Linda and Martin since December 1984
Location of Best Western Beaumont
The BEST WESTERN Beaumont is a delightful family run hotel overlooking the 7th Century Abbey and it's grounds. In the heart of the market town of Hexham, we are an ideal base from which to explore the wonderful county of Northumberland. Hadrian's Wall is less than 15 minutes drive away
With the new South Wing we now have 34 Bedrooms offering comfortable accommodation with all the expected facilities. En-suite bathrooms, with a mix of baths and showers, 37" wall mounted TVs, coffee making facilities etc. We also offer 3 Conference Rooms that can hold meetings from 2 to100 people.
Best Western Beaumont amenities
The Park Restaurant is open everyday 12-2pm & 6.30pm - 9.45pm, the Wine Bar is open 12 noon - 11pm & The Sele View Bar are open 12-2pm & 6.30pm-11pm.
Reception is manned 24 hours a day.
Hotel Carraw Hexham
Carraw Bed and Breakfast, a Four Star Silver Guest House, situated on the foundations of Hadrians Wall is set in wonderful open countryside offering lovely south facing views of Northumberland National Park and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The accommodation, as featured in the Guardian, consists of four south facing first floor en-suite letting rooms Chesters, Brocolitia, Housesteads and Vindolanda, offering a range of options including two family rooms. All rooms offer en-suite facilities with modern efficient showers (and some with baths), bathrobes, hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities with full hospitality trays, remote control colour televisions and a supply of toiletries just in case things get forgotten.Carraw Bed and Breakfast are also participants in the National Walkers and Cyclist Welcome Scheme offering secure cycle storage and laundrydrying facilities. There is a guest lounge with Satellite TV, DVDvideo player, a selection of DVDs and videos, games, books, maps and guides, or you may prefer to relax and enjoy the garden and make the most of the setting sun.We are fully licensed; offering a range of locally produced bottled beers and lagers, a range of wines, champagne for that special occasion, as well as a selection of spirits.