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    Bedrooms 5
  • From £50 per room per night

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The Blue Bell Inn is set in some of North East England’s most spectacular countryside, where you are able to relax in one of their comfortable, individually designed bedrooms.

At this pub you will be able to marvel at the views of the Cheviot Hills, take in the dramatic Northumberland coastline or make the short hop over to the beautiful Scottish Borders.

Sit back, warm up by the wood burning stove and enjoy a traditional country pub at its best. Choose from their selection of guest ales, delicious wines and malt whiskies while they cook you some good quality homemade food. They are proud of their food prepared on site by their talented chefs. They have a range of dishes to suit most tastes, from classic pub meals like their popular Eyemouth haddock and chips or a good traditional Sunday roast. Their stone-baked pizzas are light, crisp and perfect when you need a night off from cooking yourself.

Continuing it's heritage as a coaching inn, the Blue Bell has comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation for those looking for somewhere to stay in Northumberland. Their 5 en-suite rooms range in size from a single room to a large family room. They cater for family breaks, romantic weekends or provide a comfortable night’s sleep after a long day’s fishing. 

They are also happy to cater for larger parties or occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, christenings and weddings. 

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  • Self Assessed 4 Star
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4 * rating
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £50 per room per night

This pub has 5 supremely comfortable en-suite bedrooms. Their single bedroom is priced from £50, their double and twin bedrooms from £85 and their family rooms from £100. One family room sleeps 3 and is priced from £100 and the other sleeps 4 and is priced from £115. Your stay includes a delicious breakfast.

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