The Beresford Arms

Address: Main Street, Morpeth, Northumberland, England, NE61 3UZ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Main Street, Morpeth, is near Yorkshire Museum of Farming, Morpeth Bagpipe Museum, Spurriergate Centre, and Stonegate.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Morpeth

When Past and Present Blend

A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 11, 2015

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... staying in an ancient, repurposed, stone abbey.

Helen, our travel planner from Great British Escapes, has really met her calling. We asked for lodging that was full of character, had history, and were experiences to stay in. As we were driving on the small roads through acres of pastureland, I wondered “Where is Helen sending us?” because at one point, Siri said, “In one-and-a-half miles, turn right” and ...

Day 2 -Seahouses to North Shields

A travel blog entry by grmps on Sep 08, 2015

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... to ignore the GPS and follow the "coast route" signs. A bit of a misnomer as the road is enticingly close to the coast, but not close enough to see anything - fog notwithstanding. We stopped for a late lunch beside the river at Amble, which seems an interesting place to explore - but we had a pending rendezvous with a ship. Twas a rather noisy roadside lunch, but Sandra spotted a couple of deer on the other side ...

One of our favourite cities in the UK

A travel blog entry by pandmdane on Sep 03, 2015

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Mary and I love Durham city. We also like the surrounding area of Seaham and Murton. Lots of history and you get a real feel of how the people in Northern England worked and the changes they have been through, especially since the end of the coal mines, railways, ship building etc.

The Durham Cathedral was built in 1093 to house the shrine of St Cuthbert who was from Lindisfarne - another great place to visit.

We took a walk that went around Durham, ...

We be stile-in' !

A travel blog entry by kristimoen on Sep 01, 2015

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... Seems we were both wrong. Tom ended up on the shoulder of a busy highway into town, and Becky and I got really lost near the Aydon castle, where we found someone to give us elaborate "short cut" directions down into a very scary valley, through a field, etc, etc. (this could be a story all on its own). What should have taken under an hour from the turn to reach Corbridge took Tom almost 2, and Becky and I a little over 2.5. So much for arriving early and seeing the village ;) We finally ...

Skills in time management

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Aug 11, 2015

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... beforehand and we had 7 minutes to spare!! I have found that I really don’t need to exercise over here, I can get my heart rate up to maximum capacity just by driving to the ferry!!

After all of this 'exercise’ we were exhausted so we got into our little box that they call a cabin and all had a bit of a kip. Then we hit the gift shop where the kids had fun getting rid of all of our pound. Goodbye Britain, it’s been ...