Market Place . Belford . Northumberland . NE70 7NE Tel: (01668) 213543   Email:
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    The Blue Bell Hotel

Ideally situated in the stunning countryside, just off the A1 and a short drive to the amazing coast and castles Northumberland has to offer. A walkers paradise, The Blue Bell Hotel, Belford, is the perfect choice.


An old coaching inn dating back to the 1700’s the Blue Bell Hotel is steeped in history and oozing rustic charm.  With 28 en suite bedrooms, a restaurant overlooking our beautiful gardens and a cosy, friendly bar we’re the number one choice for your break away from the hustle bustle.  We offer a warm welcome, real ales and great hearty home cooked food.


1st August

mexican nights Mexican Buffet Night!

7th August

fun dayFamily Fun Day, bouncy castle, disco dome, soft play, garden games, BBQ, outside bar, live music from We Steal Flyers and Bad Bob Bates

13th August

b-festivalB Festival at Bamburgh Castle Green. Join us for a celebration of a multitude of musical genres, from Folk through to Rock and all points in between.

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Ideally situated in the stunning Northumberland countryside, just a short drive to the coast and castles.

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We have 28 well appointed bedrooms which are all en suite.

Situated halfway between the towns of Berwick upon Tweed and Alnwick, this fine Northumberland Hotel provides an excellent base from which to explore the county. With borders north and west to Scotland and Cumbria, Northumberland shares with these areas the hills and open green spaces that dominate the north and north east of England. With a long coastline of outstanding natural beauty stretching down through Wansbeck and Blyth Valley to Tyne and Wear, the variety of natural landscape is enough to keep busy the most ardent lover of the great outdoors.

There are many activities on the coast and inland in Northumberland, with golf, including some excellent links course, and fishing on the Tweed being particularly popular. Walking and cycling is a good way to explore the area and there are a number of coastal activities including diving, sailing and windsurfing.