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Northumberland 1 or 2 Nights for Two with Breakfast and Option for Tea, Dinner and Castle Tour at 4* Langley Castle

£170.55 £99.00

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The Hotel

Upgraded to state-of-the-art four-star accommodation, the 14th-century fortified Langley Castle has kept all of its imposing medieval architecture and integrity. Further north, guests may visit the famous Roman fortifications known as Hadrian’s Wall, and the medieval Hexham Abbey, while nature enthusiasts can stroll through the Northumberland National Park and admire its rich landscape and wildlife.

Tucked away among ten acres of woodland in the Northumbrian Valley, this hotel provides rooms kitted out with flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, hospitality trays, and ironing facilities.

The double AA Rosette-awarded restaurant serves up carefully selected dishes consisting of locally sourced produce, seasonal fish and fresh local game alongside a wide list of fine wines.

For an intimate setting and a relaxing drink, guests are welcomed to the drawing room, where the stained glass windows and the classic log fireplace capture the medieval aura of the castle.

Groupon’s Guide To Northumberland

Hiking trails and cycle paths weave through the natural beauty of Northumberland’s rolling fields and along the windswept shores of the sweeping coastline.

The bustling market town of Morpeth is stuffed full of gems, including a 13th-century chantry housing a bagpipe museum. Travellers may enjoy the award-winning Carlisle Park, which offers an opportunity for river boating and tennis, while the promenade takes in the ornamental hedges and trees of the William Turner Garden. A 50-minute drive through the countryside will bring guests to the Alnwick Castle and its adjacent gardens. Alternatively, visitors may take a journey to the Palladian facade of Paxton House, found on the banks of the River Tweed. This stately home sits on 80 acres of land and boasts a picture gallery which houses over 70 paintings. A short way over from Paxton House stands the walled town of Berwick-upon-Tweed whose Elizabethan fortifications were built to keep out invading Scots, now a fantastic viewing point for modern day visitors.