Beadnell Towers. 

The Wynding, Beadnell, Northumberland.
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There's a warm welcome for everyone at Beadnell Towers. The entire hotel has been newly renovated and updated to provide luxury accommodation and fine dining, all within easy reach of the dramatic Northumberland coast.

The Hotspur Bar is the social hub of the hotel, elegant and comfortable, and serving good beers and excellent wines. Dogs are welcome and there's a handy dog-wash outside. The restaurant is an intimate space where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served. The menu changes frequently to reflect the English seasons and the best local produce that the county has to offer. Guests can relax and enjoy watching their food being prepared in the adjacent open kitchen.

On fine days the terrace is a sheltered spot with comfortable seating for enjoying a pre-dinner drink or even dinner itself. Heating helps to extend the time available.

Eighteen guest bedrooms provide a variety of accommodation, all individually decorated in a style that is both traditional and up-to-the-minute. There are king-size beds (or bigger) with Egyptian cotton sheets and feather down pillows and duvets, and lovely en-suite bathrooms with generous showers. Some rooms have facilities for a dog, others an in-room bath tub, others a private terrace. They all provide superfast broadband, a data socket and a smart TV and some can be joined together to form a family suite.

Being in a coastal village, the North Sea coast is the centre for so much sightseeing, from the local Beadnell Bay Beach to Lindisfarne and the Farne Islands. Bamburgh Castle occupies a dominant position on a craggy mount overlooking the sea while Alnwick Castle (seat of the Duke of Northumberland) is a little inland with magnificent interiors and fascinating gardens. Go a little further to visit Cragside, the former home of a Victorian industrialist who endowed his house with all sorts of techological marvels.

Family-friendly
Pet-friendly
Non-smoking
Disabled access
Terrace
Free wi-fi
Bar
Breakfast
Restaurant
Lounge
Television
Tea/coffee-making
Bath
Shower
Free toiletries
Beach nearby
Walking routes
Cycling
Historic sites
Near castle
Free car park
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