The Tankerville Arms Hotel, nestled in the charming town of Wooler, stands as a timeless testament to comfort, heritage, and warm hospitality. The hotels central location makes it an ideal starting point for exploring Northumberland’s quaint villages, historic castles, golden sand beaches and rolling hills.
RESTAURANT, BAR & GARDEN
Using fresh seasonal produce, the hotel offers the very best of Northumbrian fayre for visitors to enjoy. Dine in the Chillingham Room or, for a more informal setting, the dog friendly Copper Bar. In the winter you can relax by a cosy fire with a glass of wine or local ale.
The secluded garden, tucked away at the rear of the hotel, is the perfect place to relax with drink or enjoy a spot of al fresco dining.
The hotel has 17 cosy en-suite bedrooms all with tea/coffee facilities, WiFi & Freeview TV. Choose from single, double, twin or a family room. Dogs are welcome in some rooms. All stays include a traditional full Northumbrian breakfast.
Built by the first Earl of Tankerville in the 1700’s, the hotel was originally designed to accommodate ‘spare’ guests from Chillingham Castle. The inns location between London and Edinburgh meant it became a posting house before the opening of the rail line.
The historic stone built town of Wooler is nestled at the foothills of the Cheviot Hills and set within the beautiful Northumberland National Park. A walker’s paradise, the hills around Wooler are scattered with ancient hillforts, waterfalls and an abundance of wildlife including red squirrels, deer and birds of prey.
The hotel is centrally located for visiting the meandering rivers, hills and valleys of Harthope, College and Ingram as well as the castles and beaches of Alnwick, Bamburgh, Holy Island and Dunstanburgh.
Whether seeking an escape into nature or a tranquil respite in a historic setting, the Tankerville Arms Hotel is a destination many guests return back to year after year.