Category: Northumberland Accommodation
“Perfect for Pollinators” is how visitors describe the gardens of Carraw Bed and Breakfast and the Battlesteads Hotel. And both have received the Northumberland National Park’s annual Bumblebee B&B Award.
Points to consider when looking at dog-friendly holiday accommodation, and how to decide if a cottage or self-catering facility will suit your pet.
Northumberland National Park has been recognised for its very high standard of visitor accommodation. It has also been acknowledged for its work dont to improve mobile phone and broadband coverage in rural areas. These are two of the findings from the National Park Visitor Survey of 2011.
Robert Hersey, owner of Wild Northumbrian, writes about the development of his green holiday centre which is due to open in March 2012. It is home to yurts and tipis, and offers courses, workshops and events.
Business owner Robert Hersey introduces his new business that he and his wife a developing – Wild Northumbrian. It is a Green holiday centre with a focus on care of for the environment and living in harmony with the earth. It is located in Tarset in Northumberland National Park.
A profile of Bernard Bloodworth, the new general manager at Matfen Hall Hotel, Hexham, Northumberland. He talks about his work as a hotel manager and says that that being able to multi-task and having an eye for detail are the keys to success in the hotel industry.
Eshott Hall is taking bookings for a two-night epicurean break between November 23-25. The break will allow food lovers to eat their way through the best Northumberland produce on a luxury gourmet vacation. There will be a behind-the-scenes tours of some of the North East of England’s finest artisan producers on the menu alongside a visit to Alnwick Farmers’ Market.
Bamburgh Castle, The Bamburgh Castle Inn at Seahouses and the Lindisfarne Inn at Beal have joined to launch a special new scheme that will give a 10% discount on normal admission to people staying at the inns who want to visit the Castle.