£89 & up - Northumberland escape with dinner, 58% off
£89 & up - Northum berland escape with dinner, 58% off
- Nov 11, 2019
Courtesy: Amy Lindsay | News Source: travelzoo.com
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You can now save up to 58% on an overnight break at Riverdale Hall Hotel, a Victorian mansion set on the edge of Northumberland National Park. Dinner, bed and breakfast breaks this autumn and winter now start from less than £45 per person.
Overnight accommodation in a Superior Double room, with full English breakfast, for two
A 2-course set-menu dinner (worth £20.90 per person)
Late checkout until 12pm (worth £20)
Sunday stays are £89. It's £99 for overnight stays on Monday-Saturday
A 2-night break is £139 for Sunday arrivals and £149 for Monday-Saturday arrivals, with the extra night on B&B
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"Very peaceful location. Food in the restaurant was excellent."
David 3 May, 2019 - Northumberland, UK
Why We Love This Hotel
Riverdale Hall Hotel is a Victorian mansion in rural Northumberland, on the edge of the national park
The hotel and lounge bar have views of the River North Tyne
There is an indoor swimming pool and a sauna
Hadrian's Wall and the Kielder Observatory are both within 35 minutes' drive of the hotel
Built in 1866 and later used as a shooting lodge, Riverdale Hall Hotel is in rural Northumberland. It's a short riverside walk from the market town of Bellingham, a well-known stop on the Pennine Way. There are long walks that start and finish at Bellingham, making it the perfect place for a restorative cup of tea and cake (or a celebratory pint).
Northumberland National Park -- a "natural wonderland", according to Lonely Planet -- is a short drive away. Kielder Water and Forest Park, home to Northern Europe's largest artificial lake and England's largest forest, is around 25 minutes' drive away.
Hexham Abbey, in the market town of Hexham, and Hadrian's Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are both within 35 minutes' drive of the hotel. Cragside, the first house in the world to be powered by hydroelectricity, is 45 minutes' drive away; this National Trust property was described as "a wonder of its age" by Jeremy Paxman in his book The Victorians.
The hotel restaurant serves dishes made with local produce such as lamb, game and cheeses. There is also a lounge with views of the River North Tyne, and a bar with open fires.
Facilities at the hotel include an indoor swimming pool and a sauna. You can also play on the hotel's cricket field or on the 18-hole golf course (fees apply). The hotel can help you to arrange mountain biking, canoeing, sailing or waterskiing in the area.
The River North Tyne, which runs by the hotel, is known for its salmon and trout, and guests can hire fishing equipment at an additional cost.
Rooms have free Wi-Fi. Superior rooms are generally south-facing, with views across the grounds towards the river. Some have balconies and small patio areas.
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