Browse our selection of properties in North East England:
Amongst some of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside and coastline in England, you will find many reminders of the history of this area such as Hadrian's Wall, castles, cathedrals etc. Cross the causeway and visit 7th Century Holy Island (Lindisfarne). Take a trip into Durham City with its ancient castle and cathedral, now a World Heritage Site. Explore the North Yorkshire National Park and the Dales; visit the atmospheric village of Haworth, home of the Brontë sisters. Explore the fascinating city of York with its Minster, many historic buildings and museums.
Eshott Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland
Built in the 17th century, this stunning country hall is now a boutique hotel set amongst beautiful gardens and woodlands. There are 11 en-suite bedrooms and an AA Rosette awarded restaurant. Afternoon tea is also served daily between 3 and 5pm. Only a short drive from the Northumberland coast, Hadrian's Wall and the Scottish Borders.
Hazlewood Castle Hotel, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire
This reputedly haunted castle hotel was built and subsequently fortified in the late 13th century. Full of history, the castle's site overlooks the battlefield for the Battle of Towton (Wars of the Roses). It was converted into a hotel in 1997 and has been welcoming guests ever since with its spacious bedrooms and fantastic restaurant.
Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel, Northumberland
Set in 15 acres of beautiful parkland, Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel is situated between Edinburgh and Newcastle. There is an AA rosette awarded restaurant, and be sure not to miss afternoon tea which is served by the open log fire in the main hall!
The Old Folly, Hunmanby, North Yorkshire
Sleeps 2. This unique holiday property was built with stone from Filey Brigg in 1825 - as a ruin! Local shops and pubs are within walking distance. Filey and the coast just 3 miles.