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From the beautiful Alnwick Garden, magnificent Durham Cathedral to Hadrian’s Wall and the Angel of the North, there really is so much to see and do when you stay at North East England hotels. That’s not all; this part of the country is also home to a vast National Park and a striking Heritage Coast. The accommodation is something else, too. So, whether you’re after a luxurious spa hotel or a charming boutique hotel, find the ideal place to stay today.

Encompassing Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear and the Tees Valley, North East England stretches across some of the most diverse and beautiful scenery in the country. From its industrial roots and intriguing history to the dramatic national park, you can’t deny the region has a feisty personality.

Northumberland dominates a large slice of the North East and is unashamedly wild and wonderful. Bustling market towns, untamed moors and historic sites make this a captivating place that has captured the hearts of so many visitors. Fringed by Durham and Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, this is arguably one of the most unique and characterful regions in England.


County Durham


Things to do in the North East of England

If you are looking for ideas for days out in North East England, there are endless attractions for the family, castles and houses for history lovers and the best restaurants for foodies. While the coastline plays host to secluded beaches, where a real sense of mystery carries on the wind.

Out and About

The Beamish Open Air Museum takes you back in time and lets you uncover the history of the North East, covering Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian times. This is a magical place for visitors of all ages, and there are various events held here throughout the year.

If you want to experience some of the most haunting views, The Holy Island of Lindisfarne sits in a remote part of the North East, not far from Berwick-Upon-Tweed, and overlooks spellbinding scenery. 

There is a rich religious heritage here as well as a cornucopia of flora and fauna, making it an inspiring place for writers, photographers, artists, scientists and historians.

Alternatively, when you stay at one of these luxury hotels in North East England, why not take a walk along part of Hardrian’s Wall, one of the country’s most famous World Heritage Sites. Either side of this notable landmark, ancient ruins echo the fascinating history.