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Boutique Hotels North East

England’s northernmost region, the North East is a rich in stunning natural beauty, history and industrial heritage, making it a fascinating and reward place to visit. Northumberland offers some breath-taking landscapes, idyllic coastal drives and a rich Roman history to unearth. County Durham is best known for the stunning cathedral to be found in its county town, while Tyne and Wear is where you’ll find the region’s largest and most famous city, Newcastle. At CrispWhiteSheets.com, you’re sure to find the perfect boutique hotels in the North East.

From lovingly-restored priories in idyllic villages to commanding cliff-top retreats, we can offer you some superb boutique hotels in some of the North East’s most desirable and pleasing locations. With CrispWhiteSheets.com, your room will be as rich in character as it is with contemporary amenities and your surroundings simply perfect.

Whether you want to explore a coastline which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, sweeping countryside, some of the country’s finest castles or a rich Roman heritage, Northumberland has it all. A coastal drive can be combined with visits to such landmark castles as Bamburg and Lindisfarne on Holy Island, the site of one of the earliest Viking conquests of English shores. Inland, Roman Vindolanda is the fascinating remains of a Roman fort, while Alnwick Castle, which was used as the setting for Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films, is another tourist must.

Visitors to County Durham shouldn’t miss the chance to explore Durham itself. Sitting on the banks of the River Wear, it’s home to no fewer than two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle. The former is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture to be found in England, while the latter is a stunning structure still in use as a university, though guided tours are available.

Tyne and Wear is where you’ll find Newcastle-on-Tyne, a city which is as in touch with its maritime trade past as it is with its contemporary culture. The iconic Tyne Bridge in the Quayside is a tourist must-see, as is the altogether more modern Millennium Bridge. A stroll along Grey Street reveals some of the city’s finest architecture, while the Theatre Royal is another of the city’s structural treasures.