The Swan

Inn in Choppington, Northumberland

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

NE62 5TG

The Swan, Choppington

You will be booking with:

Check availability for  with Laterooms

See late availability

Accommodation Description:

The Swan at Choppington is a quality assessed 3 star Inn offering great food, excellent service and comfortable en suite accommodation from a family with over 35 years experience in the hospitality trade. We are passionate about delivering a warm and personal welcome to all our guests.Our location provides excellent transport links to Newcastle, Gateshead, Alnwick and the Scottish borders as we are less than 4 miles from the A1. We are an ideal base for exploring the delights of Northumberland including Holy Island (Lindisfarne), Alnwick Gardens, the Market Town of Morpeth and the glorious unspoilt Northumbrian Coast.

For the genealogy enthusiast we are approximately 4 miles from the Northumberland Archives at Woodhorn, Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington. We have 6 self contained, ensuite bedrooms which can accommodate one or more guests, with our family rooms large enough for families of up to five. Each room has a colour TV, Clock Radio, Hairdryer, Kettle and Hot Beverage Tray with Biscuits, Bottled Mineral Water, Mints, Telephone for emergency contact and a selection of Toiletries.

All are on the ground floor and have their own front door therefore providing 24hr access. One of our rooms has extra wide doors, specially designed bathroom and low level light switches to ease of use for wheelchair users. (Please telephone to reserve this room.)Lunch and dinner is served both in the traditional main bar or conservatory restaurant, catering for tastes from the most conservative to the most elaborate.

Our food is prepared to order by our talented chefs, using fresh ingredients delivered daily. We have an extensive Evening Menu, new Lunchtime Menu offering traditional meals and lighter options including salads, sandwiches and jackets, and offer a popular traditional Sunday lunch. We have plenty to offer families with young children including cots and highchairs, special childrens menu, outside play area and colouring sheets with crayons.A Continental Breakfast is included in the room rate, however a selection of cooked breakfasts is available at an extra charge from £3.50 per person.We have a large car park.

Pets are also welcome by prior arrangement.

 3 star rating

From: £50.00

Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.

Get Directions on Google maps

View on:
Google maps (area overview)

Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Choppington area.

Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

North Northumberland Heritage Coast - 3.3 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Morpeth Castle - 3.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Seaton Delaval Hall - 6.2 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Whalton Manor Garden - 7.8 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Belsay Castle - 10.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Belsay Hall and Garden - 10.9 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Segedunum Roman Fort (Hadrian's Wall) - 11.5 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Tynemouth Castle and Priory - 11.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Denton Hall Turret (Hadrian's Wall) - 12.1 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Benwell Roman Temple (Hadrian's Wall) - 12.2 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Other Nearby Accommodation

Full list of B&Bs in Northumberland

+ Heritage Rating + ?

Heritage Rated Inn Heritage Rating
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest

We've 'tagged' this accommodation to help you find related historic attractions and learn more about major time periods mentioned in the description.

Find attractions tagged with:

Queen Elizabeth (Person) - Elizabeth II (Person) - Lindisfarne (Place) -

Attraction search

Name the Historic attraction

Name the mystery historic attraction
See larger image

British History Quiz

This queen of the Iceni launched a rebellion against the Romans invaders of Britain


This Day in British History

26 October, 899

Death of Alfred the Great

King Alfred the Great dies, and is succeeded by his son Edward, known to history as Edward the Elder.

Monarch Mayhem

This king's madness led to a Regency headed by his son, George (and to a popular modern film!)


Passionate about British Heritage!