Northumberland: Two Night Stay For Two With Breakfast for £89, or With Dinner, Breakfast and Wine for £119 at Longhirst Hall Hotel (Up to 63% Off)
- 1820s classical country manor
- Landscaped gardens amid Northumberland countryside
- Restaurant and Collingwood bar
- On-site spa, golf club, and cricket ground
- Two night stay for two in room located in modern buildings on site of country house
- Breakfast each morning
- Option to have dinner and bottle of wine on one night
- Room and weekend upgrades available with supplement
- Spa use available from £9.95 with 25% off spa treatments
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone 01670795000 quoting voucher codes. 24 hour cancellation policy. Check-in from 3pm, check-out by 11am. Phone lines open 9am-5pm Mon-Fri. Voucher should be presented at check-in. Valid Sun-Thu. Must be 18 or older, ID may be required. Children can stay for £10 per night, subject to availability. Dogs incur supplement of £15 per night. Fri-Sat stays available for £50 supplement. Room upgrades to superior room for £10 per room per night. Spa use available from £9.95. 25% off spa treatments in the Decoro Spa is subject to availability. Original values based on hotel rack rates. Valid on option purchased only.
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Sitting amongst vast green swathes of one of England’s most beautiful counties, the grand, monolithic estate of Longhirst Hall Hotel is a striking example of early 19th century architecture.
Nip to Northumberland with today's Groupon at Longhirst. Choose from the following options:
• £119 for a two night stay for two (Up to 61% off)
With breakfast, and dinner with a bottle of wine on one night
A country house nestled in acres of landscaped gardens, Longhirst Hall Hotel boasts an on-site spa, golf club, and cricket ground. Designed in the 1820s by architect John Dobson, this hotel has much to explore, from its fine dining restaurant to Collingwood bar. The estate also caters for an array of events, acting as a versatile venue for weddings and conferences alike.
Guests can enjoy a two night stay in sumptuous rooms featuring en suite bathrooms, TVs, broadband, and 24 hour room service. Full access to gym facilities is on offer, and a sizzling breakfast is provided each morning. Those plumping for the dining option can sate tastebuds with an evening meal on one night, featuring seasonally changing options and accompanied by a bottle of wine.
Hiking trails and cycle paths weave through the natural beauty of Northumberland’s rolling fields, and along the windswept shores of the sweeping coastline. The bustling market town of Morpeth is less than three miles away, and is stuffed full of gems including a 13th century chantry housing a bagpipe museum. Take time to enjoy the award-winning Carlisle Park, which offers the opportunity for river boating and tennis, while a leisurely promenade takes in the ornamental hedges and trees of the William Turner Garden.
Road: The A1 runs past Newcastle towards Morpeth, and the hotel is conveniently located off a B road.
Train: Morpeth National Rail station is a ten minute drive from the hotel, offering regular departures to Newcastle where rail users can connect to other major cities.
Several local farms welcome visitors to see the animals, and their gift shops often sell locally-grown produce.
A king-sized 84% of LateRoomers would rest their heads at the Longhirst Hall Hotel again, while 230 TripAdvisor awarded the hotel a luxurious 4/5 stars. Guests found a healthy bit of R&R, thanks to the picturesque grounds and accommodating staff, although some found the rooms slightly dated.
From the minute we arrived the staff were very helpful and friendly, the food was excellent and the bedroom very comfortable especially the very large bed. The hotel is situated in magnificent grounds away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life very quiet and peaceful. Can’t wait to visit again.
– Lynn M, TripAdvisor, October 2011
The staff were helpful and friendly from the moment of our arrival. Our room was comfortable and peaceful location made it possible to see red squirrels running around in the branches of the trees right outside our window. The food was excellent and was hot and when I asked for more of something it was brought promptly and with a smile.
– a stacey, LateRooms, September 2011