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Beadnell Towers

Luxurious, boutique hotel and restaurant in the tranquil village of Beadnell on the Northumberland Coast. Dog friendly, accessible, families welcome.
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When you stay in Northumberland at Beadnell Towers, you’ll enjoy great food, try wonderful wines and beers, and have a restful night’s sleep in one of our quietly luxurious rooms.

Choose Beadnell Towers for your stay in Northumberland, where you can relax by the fire in the lounge, join in the conversation in our snug bar and then maybe go for a walk along the beautiful sweep of golden beach. Have a wander about the village or explore the surrounding wild countryside, towns, and villages before returning for more delicious food and the perfect night’s sleep.

Beadnell Kitchen is open all year round. Whether you are in your flip flops, wellies or your party shoes, our bar in particular is a place where all come together, and everyone is welcome. 

The hotel is a historic, Grade II listed building, dating back to the 18th century. It has been and remains at the heart of the community of this Northumbrian coastal village for more than three centuries. To celebrate our historic building being 300 years old we have now teamed up with a local Spa where you, our exclusive guests, can use their facilities throughout your stay.

Our sympathetic refurbishment of the building in 2019 aimed to keep as much of the character of the building as possible, whilst at the same time offering a boutique feel, home comforts, a touch of elegance and a splash of style. Each of our 22 rooms is as individual as the rest, part of a living, historic building and as such no two are the same in size, shape, or features.

As Beadnell Towers is truly your ‘home from home’, all family members, including four legged ones are most welcome for your stay in Northumberland. We have seven dog friendly bedrooms, where specialised dog friendly features and bedding will be available, along with items such as food and water bowls and even some welcome treats.