The Queens Head

Inn in Rothbury, Northumberland

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Rothbury
Northumberland
England
NE65 7SR

The Queens Head, Rothbury

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The Queens Head lies in the centre of the Northumbrian village of Rothbury in the heart of the Coquet Valley. Rothbury is a lovely rural village within 1 mile of the Northumberland National Park and Cragside House and Gardens. There are numerous other castles and National Trust properties within a short drive, as is the lovely wild coastline and Holy Island.

With 7 traditionally furnished en-suite bedrooms, a private car park, comfortable bar and a newly refurbished restaurant, the Queens Head is an ideal base to explore this varied County. Walking, fishing, shooting, golf, cycling or just idling, whatever your thing is we can help you enjoy your stay.The Queens Head is noted for its excellent home cooked food. Using the best of local and seasonal produce we have built an enviable reputation so whether you choose something from the daily blackboard or the a la carte menu you will not be disappointed.

Breakfast will set you up for the whole day with fresh fruit, yoghurts, cereals and muesli followed by a cooked breakfast, choose from scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, eggs Benedict, Kippers with a potato scone or the full Northumbrian Grill with toast and preserves.We aim to make your stay comfortable and welcoming without being intrusive. There is a private lounge away from the bar if you just want to read the papers in peace and quiet but the locals are friendly and the Beer is excellent (as is the wine..) so we hope you can visit us in Rothbury soon.

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Rothbury Travel and Heritage Information

Cragside - 1 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Cartington Castle - 2 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Brinkburn Priory - 4 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Edlingham, St John the Baptist Church - 5.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Edlingham Castle - 6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Elsdon Tower - 9.2 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Elsdon Castle - 9.2 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Alnwick Abbey Gatehouse - 10.7 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Bailiffgate Museum - 10.8 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Alnwick Castle - 10.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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