Northumberland: Two Night Stay For Two With Breakfast and Bottle of Wine for £99 at The Black Bull Hotel (Up to 51% Off)
- Historic inn a short drive from Northumberland National Park
- Village green location
- Traditional bar and restaurant using locally sourced ingredients
- Garden seating
- Cycle lock-up facilities
- Double room with en suite
- Full English breakfast each day
- Bottle of wine on arrival
- One child may stay in room for supplement
- Pets may stay for supplement
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay.
May buy multiple as gifts.
Booking required by phone: 01434 230 239 or email: email@example.com.
Non-refundable once confirmed.
Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am.
Valid for double or twin room.
Includes breakfast each morning and a bottle of house wine in room on arrival.
Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol.
Max 1 child aged 3-12 years can stay for £10 extra bed supplement.
Pets incur £5 supplement per night, per pet.
Original value based on stays between 12 and 14 September; 16 to 18 October; 8 to 10 December 2012; and 7 to 9 February 2012. Limited availability for these dates. Original value verified 23 July 2012 at 4.48pm.
Valid on option purchased only.
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Resting on the edge of a traditional village green, the Black Bull Hotel offers a traditional hideaway within cycling distance of the forest trails, historic treasures, and country alehouses of glorious Northumberland.
Take a break on the borders with today's Groupon from The Black Bull Hotel. Choose from the following options:
Two night stay for two
In a standard en suite double or twin room with breakfast each morning and a bottle of wine on arrival
- £99 for stays between 3 August and 30 September 2012 (Up to 51% off)
- £99 for stays between 1 October and 30 November 2012 (Up to 51% off)
- £99 for stays between 1 December 2012 and 31 January 2013 (Up to 51% off)
- £99 for stays between 1 February and 31 March 2013 (Up to 51% off)
Dating back to the 12th century, this traditional venue marries the rustic warmth of a local pub with a cosy inn, all settled on the idyllic verges of a village green. The Black Bull Hotel matches its well-stocked bar with robust freshly cooked cuisine, and peppers its à la carte menu with local produce and game meats wherever they can. As a popular stop off for cyclists, the hotel offers secure bike-locking facilities, and opens its patio garden to help travellers refuel after an afternoon in the sun.
Take your bike along for a brisk ride through the thickets of the scenic Kielder Forest Park, located a 30-minute drive away, and explore its vast man-made lake, home to a camera obscura, observatory, and picnic zones, as well as the occasional red squirrel. Sticking with the automobile, choose to zip in a westwards direction to get a closer look at the Roman ruins of Hadrian’s Wall, which cuts its historic route through miles of rolling countryside and lonely crags. Get a taste of local life and stop in Bellingham for a cup of tea, and stick around to learn about the area’s mining history at the Heritage Centre or have a game on one of the area’s local courses.
- Standard double or twin room with en suite, a period fireplace, television, and tea- and coffee-making facilities
- Full English breakfast served each morning
- Bottle of wine on arrival
- One child can stay for £10 extra bed supplement
- Pets allowed for a £5 per night, per pet supplement
Train: The nearest train station is Hexham, approximately 11 miles away, with regular services running from a variety of UK stations including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, York, and Carlisle.
Road: Drivers from Edinburgh or Glasgow should follow the A68 and M/A74 south respectively, while visitors from Leeds, York, or Hull should take the A1/M1 north.
TripAdvisors award The Black Bull a super 4/5 stars. While opinions regarding noise vary, reviewers write favourably of the well-maintained rooms, welcoming personnel and slap-up meals.
Just back from a Two day stay at the Black Bull , The hotel is small and comfortable. We had a double room which had an extra single bed, the room was en-suite. The staff in the hotel made you feel very welcome. The food was excellent with a good choice. Although Wark is a quite are [sic] there is plenty places round about to visit. We will be returning.
– mclaughlin85, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012