Blyth hotels

Blyth hotels

Blyth NorthumberlandThe Blyth hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Blyth. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation.

Blyth is Northumberland's largest town, it grew as the major seaport for the export of Northumberland coal. It also had its own deep mines, the last of which, Bates Colliery, closed in the early 1980's. The north pier has 9 eyecatching windmills - the Blyth Wind Farm - which generate electricity to the National Grid. The harbour is also the home of the Royal Northumberland Yacht Club. To the south of the harbour, South Beach, Blyth has soft golden sands and is a popular beach for windsurfers. An unusual feature of the town is the "High Light" lighthouse, built in 1788 on the river frontage but now marooned in the back lane of a residential street since land was reclaimed for a new harbour in the 1880's. Today, there is a wide variety of shopping in the town including a new covered centre, the Keel Row, while Market Days are Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. Also see Blyth & Blyth attractions

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Best Western Charnwood Hotel, Sheffield Road, Blyth, Worksop, S81 8HF
Book Online Best Western HotelsLocated in the picturesque village of Blyth, The Best Western Charnwood Hotel is 7 miles from Worksop and 10 miles from Robin Hood International Airport. It offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking.more details Best Western Charnwood Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Longhirst Hall, Longhirst, Morpeth, NE61 3LL
Book Online Located in rural Northumberland, Longhirst - a member of Classic British Hotels, offers 77 en suite bedrooms, fitness room, two golf courses, woodland trails, two bars and the Boyson Restaurant offers the finest local and organic produce - all set within 75 acres of woodland and gardens. Ideally located for exploring both Northumberland's castles and coastlines plus Newcastle's extensive shopping, cultural and entertainment attractions.more details Longhirst Hall Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Station: MORPETH. 3miles. From the South: A1 past Newcastle. After a couple of miles go past the Morpeth exit. Look out for brown sign to Longhirst Hall & a sign to Hebron on the right. Turn right here & follow the brown signs for approximately 2 miles to the hotel. (approx 8 miles from Blyth)

For hotels accommodation in other areas near to Blyth Northumberland see Morpeth hotels Ashington hotels & Whitley Bay hotels

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