The Plough Inn

Inn in Morpeth, Northumberland

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Front Street
Morpeth
Northumberland
England
NE61 5JF

The Plough Inn, Morpeth

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PLOUGH INN at Ellington! It retains all of its charm & warmth of welcome for both the regular and the visitor! Situated on the charming village main street it has position, and class, also plenty of private off-road Car Parking! This Pub, Inn & Hotel has retained its identity as the Re-Invented and improved.

Good Food, Accommodation & Atmosphere, space & light, clean and well cared for. Families and Children are most welcome! Our rooms have just this week been completed & have been tastefully & lavishly refurbished throughout. We have 4 rooms 1xDouble + 2xTwin/Double + 1xFamily room (4) ALL rooms are En-suite, light & airy, pleasant, and well proportioned.

We provide Tea/Coffee making facility, Free Wi-fi internet access, hair-dryer on request, wide screen TV (with remote control). Druridge Bay (1 miles E) is a 7 miles (11 km) long coastal bay in Northumberland, England, stretching from Amble in the north to Cresswell in the south; a popular place to ride, cycle walk, paddle, Bird watching and surf; a living landscape, rich in wildlife. The section near the village of Druridge, in the centre of the bay is owned by the National Trust.

Areas within the bay are set aside as nature reserves.

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