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Waren House Hotel

Waren House Hotel

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Address: WAREN MILL
Waren Mill
Belford
Northumberland
NE707EE

Landline: 01668 2... Landline: 01668 2...
Fax: 01668 214484

 Website: www.warenhousehotel.co.uk
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 accommodation, b and b, bed breakfast, guest house, hotel, restaurant, pet friendly hotel, country house, aa approved, licensed restaurant and bar

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About the Hotel This attractive Georgian house, once owned by the third Lord Derwentwater, now offers todays visitor a rare retreat for true
relaxation, along with a central point for venturing through the delights of North Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.

Breakfast and dinner are served in the beautiful and romantic dining room where food is presented with the utmost care. Our cellar is stocked with a huge choice of reasonably priced fine wines.

All public rooms and bedrooms are non-smoking. Smoking is only permitted in the 'Puffin' - a separate building located near the entrance.

Relax in the gardens or in the comfortable lounge and adjacent library. For those seeking the simple pleasures of walking - the sandy shore offers mile upon mile of beautiful scenery.

From this tranquil setting it is easy to find the treasures of the Heritage Coast, including the magnificent castle at Bamburgh, just two miles away.

A traditional Georgian house offers complete relaxation and comfort with the added benefits of being in the centre of Northumberland and close to the Scottish Borders. From this tranquil setting it is easy to find the treasures of the Heritage Coast, including the magnificent castle at Bamburgh. Set in landscaped grounds, with views out to sea, the hotel offers three suites and twelve individually styled bedrooms. This attractive Georgian house, once owned by the third Lord Derwentwater, has been extended to provide a variety of accommodation - some accessed from the inner courtyard on the groundfloor.

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